Ahmedabad-Delhi bullet train to arrive shortly

Gujarat will soon have a second high-speed rail mission on the Ahmedabad-Delhi route, following the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project.

The Ministry of Railways has decided to conduct a survey and compile a Detailed Project Report (DPR).On Friday, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw sent the data to Parliament in a written response.

The Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail is currently the simplest sanctioned bullet train endeavor within the United States, and it’s being completed with technical and financial assistance from Japan.

The government plans to build seven high-speed rail projects: Delhi-Varanasi, Delhi-Amritsar, Delhi-Ahmedabad, Mumbai-Nagpur, Mumbai-Hyderabad, Chennai-Bengaluru-Mysuru, and Varanasi-Howrah. Meanwhile, the paintings at the Mumbai-Ahmedabad mission are progressing, with authorities having secured 1,193 hectares of land out of a total of 1,396 hectares.

All necessary statutory permits for animals, the Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ), and forests had been obtained. The mission has been broken down into 27 applications. At the moment, 12 applications have been awarded, three are being evaluated, and tenders for four applications have been requested. Civil works have started on a 342-kilometer stretch in Gujarat and Dadra & Nagar Haveli out of a total of 352 kilometers.

Once all of the requisite lands have been received and contracts have been finalized, the projected schedule for the Ahmedabad-Mumbai mission may be determined.

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