The Namo Bharat train is set to expand its services to Meerut South Station starting next month, enhancing connectivity with an 8-kilometer extension.

A critical safety inspection is scheduled for next week, vital for ensuring the new track section meets all safety standards. This extension is part of a larger 34-kilometer corridor development stretching from Sahibabad to Modinagar North Station, aimed at improving regional transport links.

The National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) is actively progressing with construction on additional sections of this corridor. Full operations of the train from Delhi to Meerut across the entire corridor are expected to commence next year.

Puneet Vats, NCRTC’s Chief Public Relations Officer, confirmed that Meerut South Station (Partapur) is fully constructed and ready for service initiation.

Key Takeaways:

  • Route Expansion: Namo Bharat train will include Meerut South, starting next month.
  • Safety Inspection: A crucial safety inspection is scheduled next week to enable operations on the new track.


  • Corridor Development: Ongoing construction on a 34-kilometer corridor promises enhanced regional connectivity.


  • Operational Start: Full service from Delhi to Meerut is projected to start next year, significantly boosting regional rail connectivity.

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