The ambitious Rs 1 lakh crore high-speed rail project connecting Ahmedabad and Mumbai is being made to bite the bullet.
The government on Thursday said that it has identified six routes connecting four major metros for feasibility studies for high speed rail.
The Indian government’s high-speed rail project will mark a paradigm shift in the way people travel in the country.
A mobility expert made a case for the construction of an inter-city high-speed rail (HSR) network for India here on Wednesday while acknowledging that it would not be without challenges.
Bullet trains have failed in other countries because of poor ridership and lack of revenue. This problem is not likely to happen in massively populated India.
High Speed Rail (HSR) in landlocked Uzbekistan that connects key cities along the historic Silk Road is among the lesser known facts of the modern-day connectivity initiatives in Asia.
It is true that the questions on high-speed rail (HSR) will end, only when it becomes operational and starts getting more than enough patronage from the public and becomes financially viable, making others to clamour for HSR in their regions too
China on Wednesday evinced interest in reviving its proposal to build high speed railway projects in India, which has chosen Japan as a partner for the country’s first such venture.
Known for its expertise in the high speed rail sector, Germany will conduct a feasibility study for running trains at a speed of about 300 kmph on the 450 km long Chennai-Bengaluru-Mysuru route.