The bullet train concept is not possible in India and it is a “hoax” and a false promise of the government, the TMC on July 11 said in the Lok Sabha. Participating in the debate in Lok Sabha on demand of grants for Railways, TMC member Sudip Bandyopadhyay said these can be called as high […]
Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project: India’s first bullet train service is likely to be thrown open by PM Narendra Modi on August 15, 2022. National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL), the executing body of the bullet train project, hopes to open a section of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train corridor.
The National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) is planning to operationalise at least one section of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail project by 5 August 2022, the Hindustan Times reports.
Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal has stated that as many as 24 bullet train sets have been planned for procurement from Japanese companies through tendering process for the upcoming Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project.
Japan has plans to establish high-speed rail network, commonly known as bullet train, in five more locations in India even as the first such project in the Mumbai-Ahmadabad sector is likely to be delayed till 2023 compared to the government’s 2022 target.
Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet train project: With India looking to get its first bullet train network, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal recently took a ride in a Japanese bullet train. In his recent visit to Japan for the G20 ministerial meeting, the minister took out some time to ride in a bullet train.
Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet train project: With India set to get its first ever bullet train project, connecting the two financial hubs – Mumbai and Ahmedabad, Indian Railways is eyeing to take a big leap on the infrastructure front.
Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project: India’s first ever bullet train project aims to excel in speed and safety! The first bullet train of the country, linking Mumbai to Ahmedabad, is being developed on Japan’s E5 Shinkansen technology.
Japan is pushing the limits of rail travel as it begins testing the fastest-ever shinkansen bullet train, capable of speeds of as much as 400 kilometers (249 miles) per hour. Called the Alfa-X, the train is scheduled to go into service in 2030.