Final Feasibility Report Submitted for Bullet Train Corridor Between Mysore-Bengaluru-Chennai

Final Feasibility Report Submitted for Bullet Train Corridor Between Mysore-Bengaluru-Chennai

Want create site? With Free visual composer you can do it easy.

Date of Post: 23 Nov, 2018

Travel time between Chennai and Mysore will be cut down by more than 5 hours by 2030 if the Railway Board approves a plan for a high-speed rail network between the two cities proposed by the German government. Germany on Thursday submitted its final feasibility report for the 435-km high speed rail (bullet train) corridor between Mysore-Bengaluru-Chennai to the Indian Railways.

More Information:

  • The report was handed over to Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani by German Ambassador to India Martin Ney at the Railway Ministry.
  • “The key results of the study is that the high speed railways on the route is not only feasible but also manageable,” speaking about the report, the German Ambassador said.
  • The report was completed in 18 months and is fully funded by the German government, he said.
  • The report is doable but before taking further steps, it will be studied, Lohani said.
  • The estimated cost of the project to be around Rs 1 lakh crore and an additional cost of Rs 150 crore for rolling stock, the report stated.
  • Out of 435 km, about 84% of the track would be elevated, while 11% will be in a tunnel.
  • Rest 5% will be on grade.
  • “The bullet train will take about 2 hours and 25 minutes to travel the 435-km distance between Chennai and Mysore at maximum speed of 320 kmph.”
  • After a planning period of 3 years and a construction period of 9 years, the route will be operational by 2030, the report stated.
  • Other routes on which feasibility studies are being conducted include New Delhi-Mumbai, Mumbai-Chennai, Delhi-Kolkata, Delhi-Nagpur and Mumbai-Nagpur.

Image Credit: Sebastian Terfloth – Wikimedia Commons


To know more about recent developments of Railways–

22 Nov, 2018: Railways Constructing Dedicated Freight Corridors to Cut Logistics Time and Cost of Industry

22 Nov, 2018: Indian Railways to float fresh global tender for supply of 4.5 lakh MT rails worth Rs 2700 crore

22 Nov, 2018: JSPL supplies 35,000 tonnes rails to Indian Railways during July-October


Author:

Narinder Sharma is a part of the content team of Rail Analysis India as a writer and marketing executive.
His interest is in the Railways , Metro and Transportation Sector of India .
Please reach us at editor@railanalysis.com for more information .


 

Did you find apk for android? You can find new Free Android Games and apps.

Leave a Reply

Be the First to Comment!

Notify of
avatar