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  1. 1. Mumbai-Delhi Dedicated Rail Freight Corridor
  2. 2. Government of India is planning to develop Multi-modal High Axle Load Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) between Delhi and Mumbai covering a distance of 1483 Km. The DFC would link Jawaharlal Nehru Port at Mumbai with proposed end terminals at Tughlakabad and Dadri in the National Capital Region. The Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) along the alignment of DFC is being plannedas a “Corridor of Future Development” as part of the overall economic development strategy. The two initiatives, DFC and DMIC, are complementary to each other and can be seen as Critical Milestones for the future growth levels in the country. The objective of DMIC would be to optimize on the present potential and enhance investment climate and promote economic development of the region through creation of a long term enabling environment supported by World Class Infrastructure. The vision of DMIC is to create a strong economic base with globally competitive environment and state-of-the art infrastructure to attract local commerce, enhance foreign investments and attain sustainable development.
  3. 3. The Indian government has confirmed a deal for a US$90 billion industrial corridor, to be built along the lines of the successful Tokyo-Osaka industrial belt in Japan. To be established with Japan's participation, the industrial corridor will be situated beside the proposed Mumbai-Delhi dedicated rail freight corridor. In reference to the DFC, Delhi Metro was cited as a successful example of Indo-Japanese project development . The project is expected to deliver a 2-3-4-5 benefit, To double employment , Triple industrial output Quadruple exports from the region in five years. The corridor is based on the Tokyo-Osaka industrial corridor, which has been operating successfully for 30 years and which is said to have contributed two-thirds of Japan's gross domestic product. Japan agreed to partner the corridor project during Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's visit to Tokyo last December.Besides the gift of a grant, Japan will also invest heavily in the project. Industrial corridor will have three ports, six airports and a 4,000 megawatt power plant to serve it. According to DIPP figures, FDI inflows from Japan (as of November 30, 2006) were $46.13 billion, ranking fourth in overall FDI inflows. The $90 billion project is expected to further boost economic ties between India and Japan, which is already the largest contributor of overseas development assistance to the South Asian country.
  4. 4. Japan has also expressed a commitment to develop India's infrastructure by way of investing and helping to build roads, ports and industrial parks within the corridor. The industrial corridor will be built as a public-private partnership, which is the norm now in mega infrastructure projects in India. With an initial investment of $2 billion from the Indian and the Japanese governments, the industrial corridor will emerge within 150km of the 1,483 railway freight corridor that will cover six Indian states of Delhi (22km), Maharashtra (148km), Gujarat (565km), Haryana (148km), Uttar Pradesh (22km) and Rajasthan (578km)
  5. 5. This Dedicated Freight Corridor envisages a high-speed connectivity for High Axle Load Wagons (25 Tonne) of Double Stacked Container Trains supported by high power locomotives. The Delhi - Mumbai leg of the Golden Quadrilateral National Highway also runs almost parallel to the Freight Corridor. This corridor will be equipped with an array of infrastructure facilities such as power facilities, rail connectivity to ports en route etc. Approximately 180 million people, 14 percent of the population, will be affected by the corridor’s development. DMIC-Rajasthan In Rajasthan, the alignment of DFC passes through Phulera-Ajmer-Marwar and over 58% area of the state falls within the influence area of DMIC. The state of Rajasthan has rich agricultural and mineral base. Key industrial sectors in the state include Cement, Building Stones, Gypsum, Gems & Jewellery, Chemical, Food processing and Textiles. The emerging sectors include IT/ITES, Auto Component and Knowledge Hubs. Based on the strengths of specific regions across the state, five development nodes are identified in the influence area of DMIC. It includes two investment regions and three industrial areas. Proposed project components in each of the nodes are discussed below: . Node No.7: Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana Investment Region . Node No.8: Jaipur-Dausa Industrial Area . Node No.9: Ajmer-Kishangarh Investment Region . Node No.10: Rajsamand-Bhilwara Industrial Area . Node No.11: Pali-Marwar Industrial Area
  6. 6. Node-8: Jaipur-Dausa Industrial Area Jaipur-Dausa Industrial Area would be located within 50km-100km from Phulera, an important junction on DFC. Government of Rajasthan is considering development of a Growth Pole at Sikandra and initiated the study for preparation of detailed project report. Growth Pole will cater to multi-sectoral clusters as stone, carpet, leather and dairy and will cover an area of 1250sqkm and 350 villages. Advantages: . Jaipur-Dausa region is connected by NH-11, which is being widened to fourlane dual carriageway under Phase-3A of NHDP . Broad gauge Rail linkage between Jaipur and Agra. . Availability of Large parcels of land at comparatively lower prices as this region is currently under developed despite immense potential. . Proposed Industrial Area will cater to the export-import requirements at Sikandara Growth Pole. . Jaipur Airport will offer the air connectivity to the proposed industrial area. Proposed Components: . Export-oriented Industrial Units/ SEZ: This industrial area has the potential to cater to leather, marble and carpet making industries. An export-oriented industrial park would give a substantive boost to the sector in the region. . Truck Terminal with Warehousing Facilities: In order to cater to the truck parking/servicing facilities along with warehousing, communication and other logistic infrastructure would be developed.
  7. 7. . Integrated Township: This region would be provided with an integrated township with residential, institutional, commercial and leisure/recreation infrastructure which could be dovetailed to requirements of specific investor groups/ countries. . Agro/ Food Processing Zone: Agriculture predominates all over the state with about 70% population engaged in agriculture activities. Rajasthan offers opportunities for contract farming, processing of oil seeds, fruits and vegetables, and dairy production. Accordingly, an agro/food processing zone with necessary backward and forward linkages is envisaged in the industrial area. . Jaipur Airport Development: In order to cater to the requirements of international connectivity, Government of India has proposed augmentation of infrastructure at Jaipur Airport. Accordingly, development of Jaipur Airport is proposed to be carried out under DMIC project. . Feeder Road Links: Development of Feeder linkages connecting the identified industrial area with NHDP, DFC corridor and Hinterland, inter alia, includes following proposals: - Connectivity to NH-11 - Widening of NH-11A (Dausa- NH-8) to Four lanes - Development of requisite grade separators/flyovers/interchanges and underpasses along the National Highways/ State Highways and access roads for uninterrupted freight and passenger movement to the region would also be included in the development of feeder links. . Feeder Rail Links: - Jaipur-Dausa Industrial Area will be served by Jaipur-Bharatpur-Agra Broad-gauge Railway Line and linked to DFC at Phulera. - Development of Feeder Rail links also includes construction of underpasses wherever required so as to avoid level crossings.
  8. 8. Node-9: Ajmer-Kishangarh Investment Region Ajmer-Kishangarh Investment Region would be located close by the alignment of Dedicated Freight Corridor at Ajmer. Main minerals of the area are feldspar, quartz, asbestos, soapstone, manganese, calcite, limestone, mica, emerald, marble, granite, and masonry stone. This investment egion will be served by two National Highways viz. NH-8 for Delhi-Mumbai and NH-79 for Ajmer-Chittaurgarh-Indore. Four/Six laning of NH-8 is completed. Advantages: . Located along NH-8, Golden Quadrilateral Corridor offering connectivity to rest of India. . Ajmer and Kishangarh are renowned for marble and textile industries. . Proximity to the Dedicated Freight Corridor. . Ajmer-Pushkar has been identified under the JNNURM mission and is expected to receive INR 746 Crore for urban infrastructure improvement over a seven year time period. . Jaipur Airport will offer air connectivity to the proposed investment region. Proposed Components: . Export-oriented Industrial Units/ SEZ: This industrial area has the potential to cater to marble, mineral processing and textile industries. . Augmenting Existing Industries: It is envisaged that a Textile Park in the vicinity of Kishangarh would be considered for upgradation. As per estimates prepared by the state government, it would require an investment of INR 210 Crore and is expected to generate an employment of 4000.
  9. 9. Node-9: Ajmer-Kishangarh Investment Region Ajmer-Kishangarh Investment Region would be located close by the alignment of Dedicated Freight Corridor at Ajmer. Main minerals of the area are feldspar, quartz, asbestos, soapstone, manganese, calcite, limestone, mica, emerald, marble, granite, and masonry stone. This investment region will be served by two National Highways viz. NH-8 for Delhi-Mumbai and NH-79 for Ajmer-Chittaurgarh- Indore. Four/Six laning of NH-8 is completed. Advantages: . Located along NH-8, Golden Quadrilateral Corridor offering connectivity to rest of India. . Ajmer and Kishangarh are renowned for marble and textile industries. . Proximity to the Dedicated Freight Corridor. . Ajmer-Pushkar has been identified under the JNNURM mission and is expected to receive INR 746 Crore for urban infrastructure improvement over a seven year time period. . Jaipur Airport will offer air connectivity to the proposed investment region. Proposed Components: . Export-oriented Industrial Units/ SEZ: This industrial area has the potential to cater to marble, mineral processing and textile industries. . Augmenting Existing Industries: It is envisaged that a Textile Park in the vicinity of Kishangarh would be considered for upgradation. As per estimates prepared by the state government, it would require an investment of INR 210 Crore and is expected to generate an employment of 4000. . Integrated Logistics Hub: This will include a Logistic Park with warehousing and truck terminal facilities.
  10. 10. . Integrated Township: This region would be provided with an integrated township with residential, institutional, commercial and leisure/recreation infrastructure which could be dovetailed to requirements of specific investor groups/ countries. . Feeder Road Links: Development of Feeder linkages connecting the identified industrial area with NHDP, DFC corridors and Hinterland, inter alia, includes following proposals: - Connectivity to NH-8 - Augmentation of Ajmer/Nasirabad-Devli and Devli-Kota (NH-12) links - Augmentation of Nasirabad-Kishangarh, Dudu-Phulera Road - Development of requisite grade separators/flyovers/interchanges and underpasses along the National Highways/ State Highways and access roads for uninterrupted freight and passenger movement to the region would also be included in the development of feeder links. . Feeder Rail Links: - Shall be served by the Dedicated Freight Corridor at Phulera Junction DFC Junctions in Rajasthan 1.Phulera 2.Marwar Junction About Phulera Phulera is a city and a municipality in Jaipur district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Demographics As of 2001[update] India census[2], Phulera had a population of 21,639. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Phulera has an average literacy rate of 73%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 83%, and female literacy is 62%. In Phulera, 13% of the population is under 6 years of age.
  11. 11. Geograhic Phulera is located at 26°52’N 75°14’E / 26.87°N 75.23°E / 26.87; 75.23. It has an average elevation of 387 metres (1269 feet). Drinking water ,is available from Bisalpur. There are no. of trains through out the day . 75% of employment is from railway. Phulera is a very busy Junction. Trains passes through Phulera for Jodhpur ,Jaipur, Ajmer and New Delhi. Phulera by road is connected to the NH8 , SH2 and SH57. Proposed Facility at Phulera 1. A freight consolidation center to warehouse and sort outward and inward freight 2. generated in the vicinity. 2. An auto park cum loading facility for rail -borne transportation and automobile traffic for export as well as domestic market. 3. A roll on and roll off facility for truck loading and unloading on railway wagons. 4. An industrial center for process industry involving assembly, packaging, labeling and dispatch. 5. A trade center to facilitate storage, display and whole-sale trading of goods produced in the area. 6. Ancillary services such as customs bonded warehousing, cold storage etc 7. Value added services like IT, Tracking, Inventory control ,Engineering for loading and packaging, Automated sorting facilities, labeling and packaging, inspection and quality control, material recycling and equipment repairs and maintenance.
  12. 12. There is huge growth is expected in Phulera, as it will be a logistics and Warehouses hub for the Jaipur, Ajmer, Kishangarh , Dausa, Bikaner, Kota, Bharatpur and other cities of Rajasthan. Most of the export and import cargo in Rajasthan will move from Phulera. The present property prices at Neemrana is very high because of DFC/DMIC , as development of Neemarana is part of the early bird DMIC project. Next will be PHULERA.

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