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Gaur City 2 Smart Homes 14th Avenue Noida Extension Gaur City 2 Smart Homes 14th Avenue is located in Noida extension, would be Metro Corridor. The accessibility of this area is evident as Noida expressway adds into the advantage of this project. It is just 15 minutes from away from Noida City Centre Metro Station, 20 minutes from the DND flyover and next to Yamuna Expressway which connects Agra, Mathura and Aligarh to Noida in just a matter of two hours. where luxury 2/3 BHK flats are offered at most lucrative prices starting from Rs. 32.50 lacs. It is spread over a wide area of 125 acres where lush green scenes and highly innovated designs of the townships adds to the conveniences offered at Gaur City.
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Gaur City 2 14th Avenue Located at Noida Extension
Gaur City 2 14th Avenue Facilities & Amenities:
* Basket ball court.
* Grand entrance with musical Fountain.
* Volley ball court.
* Children play Area.
* Tennis Court
* Cycling and Jogging Track.
* Driver Waiting area for complex with facilities.
* Skating Ring.
* Yoga Relaxation classes.
* Fitness and body composition counseling
* Sauna / Steam
* Massage Room
* Carrom Room.
* Card Room
* Table Tennis.
Noida is emerging as one of the largest industrial and education hubs of India. Noida is now the common ground for the development of commercial, residential as well as retail units. In fact, the real estate companies in Noida are on full gear to suffice the growing demand for Noida residential property. Noida seems to attract more investors and developers due to its better infrastructure facilities arrangements and also a direct metro connection with Delhi and the Express Highway to Noida will enhance and facilitate easy movements to Noida.
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The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) operates the world’s largest fleet of CNG-powered buses. After Pune, Delhi was the second city in India to have an operational Bus rapid transit (BRT) system
Delhi has one of India’s largest bus transport systems. Buses are the most popular means of transport catering to about 60% of Delhi’s total demand. Buses are operated by the state-owned Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), which owns largest fleet of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)-fueled buses in the world, private Blueline bus operators and several chartered bus operators. It is mandatory for all private bus operators to acquire a permit from the State Transport Authority. The buses traverse various well-defined intra-city routes. Other than regular routes, buses also travel on Railway Special routes; Metro Feeder routes. Mudrika (Ring) and Bahri Mudrika (Outer Ring) routes along Ring and Outer-Ring road respectively are amongst the longest intra-city bus routes in the world.
With the introduction of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and the development of dedicated corridors for the service, bus service is set to improve. The DTC has started introducing air-conditioned buses and brand new low-floor buses (with floor height of 400 mm and even higher on one third area as against 230 mm available internationally.) on city streets to replace the conventional buses. A revamp plan is underway to improve bus-shelters in the city and to integrate GPS systems in DTC buses and bus stops so as to provide reliable information about bus arrivals.
n 2007, after public uproar concerning the large number of accidents caused by privately-owned Blueline buses, the Delhi government, under pressure from the Delhi High Court decided that all Blueline Buses shall be phased out and be eventually replaced by low floor buses of the state-owned DTC
The Delhi Government has decided to expedite this process and will procure 6,600 low floor buses for the DTC by commonwealth games next year
By 2010, Delhi will have over 8000 buses, of which Delhi Transport Corporation will provide 6000 while 2000 would be blueline buses, 3125 will be low-floor ,1100 semi low floor and 1000 of them would be air-conditioned. Few buses would have GPS to prevent them from straying to other routes. The city already has 655 low-floor AC and non-AC buses. The bus routes are also being increased to 670 from the current 357 routes. Delhi plans to add at least 2500 of these new buses by the end of 2009.
The city has been divided into 17 clusters. Bus services in each of these clusters will be run by private operators. The first cluster is to be awarded by September 2008. The first cluster has 32 routes, on which a total of 295 DTC and 270 private buses will run. The operators will be given the option of running 20 percent AC buses.
With the introduction of new buses, DTC will be recruiting 4000 drivers to run the new buses
In November 2009, DTC piloted a program to introduce the smart card where the commuters would be able to pay the fare through the smart card. They have decided to install the machines in 10000 buses
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