NHSRC to complete land acquisition work for bullet train project by December

Krishtina D'Silva Posted on: 2018-09-03 19:05:39 Viewer: 285 Comments: 0 Country: India City: New Delhi

NHSRC to complete land acquisition work for bullet train project by December

New Delhi India (Urban Transport News): Everyone is excited about the biggest and most ambitious project of the Modi Government high speed bullet train. The eyes of all are restored on this project. At present, the government is engaged in trying to complete this project before the deadline. Let us know that the country's first bullet train will run from Mumbai to Surat in Gujarat. In the first phase, there is news of the beginning of the bullet train by 2022. For the first time, the bullet train will be operated in Bilimora from Surat in Gujarat.

According to the media report, the completion of the first phase of the bullet train will be completed till 75 years of independence. The Central Government wants that it should be started by August 15, 2022. The architecture team of National High Speed ​​Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has built blue print of Surat Station quite high-tech manner.

According to the sources, its design has been prepared by the Chief Architect Kamini Sharma and her team of NHSRCL. Those people have worked with a company in Japan to work for it. The Vadodara station of Gujarat will be made like a banyan tree. Sabarmati station will also be given a new look. Ahmedabad Metro has been given the form of Mahatma Gandhi's Dandi March.

The solar panels on the roof of the stoans have been made of the shape of a Charkha. In a recent Media interaction, NHSRC Chief Achal Khare said that the land acquisition work for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed rail project will be completed by the December this year.

According to National High Speed ​​Rail Corporation official, the section between Bilimora from Surat has been selected because there is a direct alignment between them. In such a situation, it can be easily possible to complete its construction within the stipulated time frame. After this, work will start in the second part.

This project of 508 km between Mumbai and Surat is likely to be completed by 2023. Those people in India who are associated with this project, will give them expert training from Japan. A high-speed training institute is being made in Vadodara under the bullet train project.

According to the agreement, Japanese experts will train Indian engineers and others in connection with the technology of bullet train here. By 2023, there will be 3500 trained people to run a bullet train in the country. So far, about 1500 Indian officers have been given training for short time from Japan. The second training session will be started from October 2018.

  




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