The first tenders for the Maharashtra leg of Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet train project were floated on Tuesday by National High Speed Rail Corporation Ltd (NHSRCL) for tunnel work between Mumbai-Thane. The tenders were floated for work, including testing and commissioning of a double line high-speed railway using tunnel-boring machines (TBMs) and a new Austrian tunnelling method (NATM).
A senior NHSRCL official said, “Technical bids will be finalised by August 2019, but work on the ground will commence in the first quarter of 2020.” The 21km tunnel will originate here, from an underground station at Bandra-Kurla Complex, and go up to Shilphata. NHSRCL has 1,280 days to complete the tunnel work.
On environmental clearance status for the work, NHSRCL said institutes like Zoological Survey of India, Mangroves Survey of India and National Institute of Oceanography have studied the impact of the project in the area. Read More
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