Delhi-Meerut Regional Rapid Transit System Investment Project: Report and Recommendation of the President

Reports and Recommendations of the President | July 2020

The investment project will finance the first of three prioritized rail corridors of the planned regional rapid transit system (RRTS) network in India’s National Capital Region (NCR). The Delhi–Meerut RRTS will pass through the densely populated sections of the NCR, connecting Delhi to Meerut in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It will provide safe, reliable, and highcapacity commuter transit services along the corridor.

The report and recommendation of the President to the Board of Directors (RRP) document describes the terms and conditions of a project for consideration and approval by ADB's Board of Directors.

This document dated July 2020 is provided for the ADB project 51073-002 in India.

Linked Documents
  1. Framework Financing Agreement
  2. Periodic Financing Request for Project 1
  3. Sector Assessment (Summary): Transport
  4. Comparison of Financing Modality
  5. Facility Administration Manual
  6. Contribution to Strategy 2030 Operational Priorities
  7. Development Coordination
  8. Financial Analysis
  9. Economic Analysis
  10. Country Economic Indicators
  11. Summary Poverty Reduction and Social Strategy
  12. Environmental Assessment and Review Framework
  13. Resettlement Framework
  14. Risk Assessment and Risk Management Plan
  15. Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction Grant
  16. Climate Change Assessment
  17. Gender Equality and Social Inclusion Action Plan
  18. Environmental Impact Assessment
  19. Resettlement Plan
  20. Financial Management Assessment [Withheld from Public Disclosure in accordance with the Access to Information Policy (para. 17, 2)]
  21. Multimodal Integration and Last-Mile Connectivity [Withheld from Public Disclosure in accordance with the Access to Information Policy (para. 17, 2)]
  22. Transit-Oriented Development and Value Capture Financing [Withheld from Public Disclosure in accordance with the Access to Information Policy (para. 17, 2)]
  23. Public–Private Partnership Initiatives [Withheld from Public Disclosure in accordance with the Access to Information Policy (para. 17, 2)]
  24. International Experience from Regional Transit Systems [Withheld from Public Disclosure in accordance with the Access to Information Policy (para. 17, 2)]
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