Travelling from Chennai to Mysore via Bengaluru may take just 2 hours and 25 minutes in the coming years! The German government has recently submitted a feasibility study to the Railway Board on a new bullet train project on the Chennai-Arakkonam-Bangalore-Mysore route.
If the proposal gets approved by the Railway Board, the travel time between Chennai and Mysore will be cut down by more than five hours by 2030, PTI reported. The feasibility study was submitted to Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani for the 435-km long stretch by German Ambassador Martin Ney.
The report states that the 435-km distance can be covered in under three hours with a maximum speed of around 320 kmph. The new bullet train will cut down travel time drastically from the present duration of seven hours! Read More
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