Infrastructure for New Delhi 48-months report card

Infrastructure for New Delhi 48-months report card

nfographics shared by mygov as completion of 48 Months of Government.

Govt. of India's information sharing portal mygov share the various facts about Development in the previous 48 months. Here, we are sharing the infographics related to Infrastructure for New Delhi  article.

Accelerating Port-Led Development:

  • Reduction in turnaround time at major ports over the last 4 years
  • Hours in 2013-14
  • Hours in 2017-18
  • Overall Turnaround Time (Hrs)

Jal Shakti for Rashtra Nirman :

  • Only 5 National Waterways in last 30 years, 106 added in last 4 years
  • Cargo Trafficat Major Ports (In Million Tonnes)


Promising Affordable Air Travel Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik:

  • 75 Operational Airports Since Independence,Udan Added 25 Airports
  • Regional Air Connectivity to Underserved Airports at Subsidized Fare of Rs 2500 per hour


Giving Wings to Aviation Sector:

  • India Emerges as the World's third Largest Aviation Market
  • Passenger Traffic Growth in the Range of 18-20% over the Past three Years
  • For the First Time, more People Traveled in Airplanes than in AC Trains
  • Domestic Air Passengers Crossed 100 million in 2017
  • National Civil Aviation Policy-2016 Unveiled to Transform the Sector


More Freight, More Strenght to India's Economy:

  • Highest Ever Freight Loading In 2017-18 1,160 MT

Mumbai- Ahmedabad High Speed Rail: First Ever Bullet Train in India:

  • Generate Employment for About 20,000 Worker During the Constrution phase
  • High Speed of the Train will Reduce Travel Time From Approx. 8 hrs to 2 hrs


Connecting North-East, Connecting India:

  • North East is Fully Integrated with rest of India with the Entire Network Converted to Broad Gauge
  • Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram on India's Rail map for the First Time


Railways Development on Track:
  • 7,600 kms in 5 Years 2009-14
  • 9,528 kms in the 4 Years 2014-mar18
  • Broad Gauge Line Commissioned
  • 2,926 kms 2013-14
  • 4,405 kms 2017-18
  • 50% Increase In Track Renewal

Redefining Safety Measures in Railways:
  • Best Ever Safety Record In 2017-2018 Less than 100 Accidents Recorded in a year.
  • 5,469 Unmanned level Crossings Eliminated. Average pace of Elimination is 20% more than that of 2009-14
  • All Unmanned Level Crossing on Broad Gauge Routes Targeted for Elimination by 2020

Enhancing the Pilgrimage Experience with Char Dham Mahamarg Vikas Pariyojna:
  • Launched in 2016 to Improve Connectivity to the Char Dham Pilgrimage Centres to make Journey safer, Faster and more Convenient
  • Developing Around 900 km of National Highways at an Approximate cost of Rs 12,000 crore  

Paving the Roads of Development: 
  • Bharatmala Pariyojna: Phase-1 Rs 5,35,000 crore for Expanding Highways Sector with Multi modal Intergration
  • Setu Bharatam Project For Safer Roads Making all National Highways free of Railway level Crossings, by 2019, by Building Railway Over Bridge/Under Passes Total outlay of Rs 20,800 Crore

Next Gen Infra for New India:
  • India's Longest Road Tunnel-the Chenani-Nashri Tunnel in Jammu
  • Bridge over Narmade at Bharuch and Chambal at Kota
  • India's Longest Bridge-the 9.15 km long Dhola- Sadiya Bridge over River Brahkmaputra in Assam. 24*7 with Eastern Arunachal pradesh


More Roads and Highways, Greater Transformation:
  • Expenditure on Road Construction 
  • National Highway Network Expanded
  • Speed of Construction Increased
  • 2,000 kms of Coastal Connectivity Roads Identified for Construction and Development


Connecting Villages Through Padhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana:
  • Almost 1.69 lakh Kilometres of Rural Roads Built
  • Average Speed of Road Construction goes up from 69 km /Day (2013-14) to 134 km/Day (2017-18)
  • Rural Road Connectivity up from 56% in 2014 to 82%
  • Enhanced Road Connectivity in Every Village by 2019 in inaccessible Areas 


Invigorating India's Villages Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission: 
  • 267 Clusters Identified
  • 153 Integrated Cluster Action Plans (ICAPs) for 29 States and 1 UT
  • Agro Based and Thematic Clusters for Skilled manpower and Economic Opportunities
  • 300 Rurban ODF and Green Growth Clusters

Urban Transformation Through Smart Cities:
  • Around 100 Urban Centres Chosen as Smart Cities to Ensure Improved Urban Planning and Development
  • Various Develoopment Projects in these Cities will Cost Rs 2,01,979 crore and Positively Almost 10 crore Indians


Building Homes, Nurturing Dreams Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana:
  • 1 Crore House Built
  • When India Turns 75 in 2022, Every Indian should have his or her own Home
  • Loans up to Rs 12 lakh get Interest Subvention of 4% and 3%


Source: MyGov

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