Eyeing trains speeds of 600 km per hour, the government is working with global technology firms like Apple to help take Indian railways to the next level, Union minister Suresh Prabhu said today.
The railway minister also said the government’s premier think tank NITI Aayog had approved the ministry’s Rs 18,000 crore proposal to increase speeds of the Gatiman Express on the two busiest corridors, Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Kolkata.
Sharing plans for the future, Prabhu said the government had six-eight months ago called major technology developers working on increasing train speeds to more than 600 km per hour.
“We are already working with companies like Apple… technology will not only be imported in India but will be co- developed in India,” Prabhu said.
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