Indian Railways has sanctioned the feasibility studies for seven more bullet train corridors. According to the Railway Board Chairman and CEO, Vinod Kumar Yadav, all these seven new high-speed rail corridor projects will be open to the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model. The upcoming seven bullet train projects for which feasibility studies have been permitted are:
A few days ago, NHSRCL had invited tenders for the Delhi-Ahmedabad high speed rail corridor’s Detailed Project Report (DPR) for data collection and associated survey work. The Delhi-Ahmedabad high speed rail corridor project will cover a distance of around 886 kilometres and will pass through Jaipur and Udaipur in the state of Rajasthan.
Besides, Delhi-Ahmedabad Bullet Train corridor, the
Delhi – Noida – Agra – Kanpur – Lucknow – Varanasi project will be 865 kilometres long ,
Mumbai – Nasik – Nagpur will be 753 kilometres long,
Mumbai – Pune – Hyderabad will be 711 kilometres long,
Chennai – Bangalore – Mysore will be 435 kilometres long, and
Delhi – Chandigarh – Ludhiana – Jalandhar – Amritsar will be 459 kilometres long.