Noida is one of the few cities in the country which is known for its planned development—also , it has a lot of greenery and open spaces. It has far more planned urban infrastructure, with clear demarcation of residential and commercial sectors, than most other real estate destinations of the NCR.
Union Minister of State K.V. Thomas has said the decision to call for tender again to purchase rolling stock for Kochi Metro was taken to ensure transparency despite the delay it entails.
In two years, tourists from Delhi and Kanpur will be drive to the Taj Mahal from the Yamuna Expressway without entering the congested Agra city. This will be made possible with the Rs 306-crore inner-city Ring Road that will connect the Yamuna Expressway with Fatehabad tourism complex near the Taj Mahal, the foundation stone of which Akhilesh Yadav, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, was laid recently. The foundation stone of the long-pending Rs 108-crore Taj Ganj beautification project was also laid alongside, according to an NDTV report.
NOIDA: Come 2015, Noida is set to get an IT landmark — an Infosys campus. Uttar Pradesh infrastructure and industrial development commissioner (IIDC) Alok Ranjan said the IT giant was headed for Noida with an investment of Rs 1,354 crore. Land has already been allotted and the company is set to begin operations within a year.
NOIDA: In a first for UP, Noida Authority is getting set to create a 3D model of the city. Digital mapping of surface and underground objects will be used to create the model. Once in place, the 3D model will prove to be a very powerful tool not only for city planning but for security as well.