A feasibility report produced by Rail India Technical and Economic Service (RITES) has identified four corridors- Bengaluru City-Rajanukunte, Kengeri-Whitefield, Heelalige-Devanahalli, Nelamangala-Baiyappanahalli
Seventeen stations on Delhi’s 35-km ring rail network could soon get a makeover if the Railway Board approves a proposal by the station redevelopment arm of the Indian Railways to commercially develop them, officials said.
With a view to strengthen the rail network and ensuring its speedy progress, a new joint venture company with the Ministry of Railways, namely ‘Haryana Rail Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (HRIDC)’, has been formed under the Companies Act, 2013.
Railways is embarking on a massive programme to ensure safety of the entire network and there is no constraint of budget when it comes to safety of passengers, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said on Friday.
India could accelerate its rail upgrading process and shorten the investment time if it cooperated with China, which has the world’s most extensive rail network and advanced technology, a Chinese daily said today.
At a time when Indian railways is in a transformational phase through the introduction of high-speed trains, rapid electrification, doubling and the introduction of metro in multiple cities, Tilak Raj Seth, Executive Vice-President of Siemens Ltd in India speaks to Shine Jacob about the future of the sector in India
In a backdrop of Nepal’s improved strategic inclination towards China, Delhi has offered cross border rail connectivity and commits soft loans of $340 million to Kathmandu for more than 15 road projects