Like London to Paris undersea high-speed rail travel, Indians may also soon enjoy underwater ‘floating rail’ travel between UAE’s Fujairah town and Mumbai.
According to a Dubai-based Khaleej Times report, UAE-based company National Advisor Bureau plans to build an underwater rail network between Fujairah and Mumbai in the near future to provide high-speed rail travel between the two countries.
“This is a concept. We plan to connect Indian city of Mumbai with Fujairah through ultra-speed floating trains. The project aims to boost bilateral trade. There will be export of oil to India from Fujairah port and import of excess water from Narmada River, north of Mumbai.
In addition, other GCC partners can also improve export and import,” Khaleej Times quoted National Advisor Bureau MD and chief consultant Abdulla Alshehhi as saying. Read More
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