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About The Yamuna Expressway, “Destination NEXT
It’s a 6 lane (extended to 8 lanes), 165 km long
Greater Noida with Agra.
It is India’s longest six-lane controlled-access expressway stretch.
Dedicated zone for education, sports, residential, institutional, warehouse etc.
Gautam Buddha University, Galgotia University, Noida International University
are the three major institutions on this express way.
Buddha International Circuit (F1 Track) and also adjoining night safari.
Yamuna Expressway City
• Yamuna Expressway City is has been planned and
developed over 42,500 hectares (Approx). 1,05,00
Acres. It will be approximately 35 Km long and 17 Km
wide. No other city in the entire country, let alone NCR,
was conceived and developed on such a scale.
• Both Yamuna Expressway Road and Yamuna
Expressway City Are Planned For Future Needs. Ample
Land Has Been Left On Both Sides Of The Expressway
For Future Development.
Key Development, “Night
Proposed Night Safari designed by Bernard
(designer of the Singapore and developed by Greater Noida
Further, GNIDA plans to develop a unique concept wherein
visitors will get an opportunity to view the animals at night
(guided tours expected to enhance the initiative).
This state of the art development would be the fourth of its
kind in the world (the others being in prominent tourist
destinations such as Singapore, Thailand and China).
Expected to be a major contributor to the growth
Sector Tech Zone
With 650 acres on integrated
IT Park developments, Sector
Tech Zone is a promising area
with excellent potential for
future employment of
thousands of IT & ITES (IT
Buddh International Circuit
The Buddh International Circuit is
an Indian motor racing circuit
in yamuna expressway, 40 km from
Delhi. The 120,000-capacity and
5.13 km long circuit was designed by
German architect and racetrack
designer Hermann Tilke..
Buddh International Circuit is the only
F1 racing track in India.