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10 July 2019 Current Events NHSRCL to Award Tender for Elevated Section of Bullet Train

As per recent news update on July 9, 2019, Central Government has set an aspiring time limit (by August 15, 2022) for completing India's first high-speed bullet train network project from Mumbai to Ahmedabad, which will run at the speed of 320 km/h. The total length of proposed Railway Corridor is to be 508.5km. Two years have elapsed since the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe laid the foundation stone to mark India's shift to high speed trains, in 2017. However, protests over insufficient reimbursement have slowed down the land acquiring process for the project. Despite that, 35% of the land has already been acquired by the National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) which is executing the project, and will now expected to release the tender for the 237-km elevated section in August award it by the year end. It will leave 30 months for the completion of the civil work involved whose expected cost is nearly INR ₹20,000 crores. Two depots are suggested on either ends of the corridor, one near Thane and another one near Sabarmati Rail Depot, and the route will have 12 stations.


NHSRCL to Award Tender for Elevated Section of Bullet Train

As per recent news update on July 9, 2019, Central Government has set an aspiring time limit (by August 15, 2022) for completing India's first high-speed bullet train network project from Mumbai to Ahmedabad, which will run at the speed of 320 km/h. The total length of proposed Railway Corridor is to be 508.5km. Two years have elapsed since the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe laid the foundation stone to mark India's shift to high speed trains, in 2017. However, protests over insufficient reimbursement have slowed down the land acquiring process for the project. Despite that, 35% of the land has already been acquired by the National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) which is executing the project, and will now expected to release the tender for the 237-km elevated section in August award it by the year end. It will leave 30 months for the completion of the civil work involved whose expected cost is nearly INR ₹20,000 crores. Two depots are suggested on either ends of the corridor, one near Thane and another one near Sabarmati Rail Depot, and the route will have 12 stations.




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