Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project gets big consignment from Japan! With India gearing up for its first-ever bullet train, work on developing a training institute in Vadodara, Gujarat is going on in full swing. The institute, worth Rs 600 crore is being set up in the campus of National Academy of Indian Railways, in order to train people on various operations that are required to run the high-speed train network efficiently.
Recently, the National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL), which is executing the project received a big consignment from Japan. This included slab tracks, rails as well as other fixing components. The development of the project is being carried out in three packages, out of which, work on the first two packages is almost 50-60% complete. Read More
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