GANDHINAGAR: Gujarat government and the ministry of railways will sign an MoU worth Rs 67,000 crore for the ambitious Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet (high speed) train project in the upcoming Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit beginning January 10. The Bullet train project has an estimated total cost of Rs 97,000 crore, and a project schedule of six years.
Gujarat government will bear 25% of the total project cost according to the National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRC), which is the implementing agency in the Union ministry of railways. The Gujarat government will give land and facilitate implementation of the project.
The train will travel between Sabarmati station in Ahmedabad and Bandra Kurla complex in Mumbai. In Gujarat, the Bullet train will have stops at Anand, Vadodara, Bharuch, Surat, Bilimora and Vapi. In Mahrashtra, the train will stop at Boisar, Virar, Thane and then BKC.
这条高铁在古吉拉特邦设的站有Anand, Vadodara, Bharuch, Surat, Bilimora和Vapi。
在马哈拉施特拉邦设的站有Boisar, Virar, Thane和BKC
Why always Gujarat? Rest of India wake up these Gujjus are taking all the benefits bu this Ambani Govt?
It is time to boycott Gujju companies and goods.
Another Lefitist dog spotted.
Chennai – 2 hours ago
For Modi only Gujarat and Maharashtra are important. The rest of India can go to Hell!
What’s the use of bullet train if they want to have so many stops. Gujju public will never pay so much for bullet train if it will take so much time and stops. And flights are also getting cheaper everyday. It’s all coming down to the price is the ticket they keep
First the kind of investment doesnt make an economic sense for the project and secondly, with so many stoppages planned, this wont remain a bullet train..
Chennai – 2 hours ago
Modi government is purposefully ignoring Tamil Nadu. This is Discriminatory policies
India – 1 hour ago
We need to first ensure full automation of railway signals and railway tracks should be modernised. Bullet train is costly and dangerous for us to maintain. I feel this is one of stupid and silly things govt trying to do. May be to fool general public.
If there are so many stops, where is the need for bullet train ?? as stops kill any time saved with speed. Is cost worth it ??
plz use this money for aam people so they can travel safe in trains
67000 crore ….scam
Mitroooooooooon…. Gujarat first…Baki sab uske baad
Instead of spending so much money on one single line, the government can make all the existing train lines as two way. This will increase the economic growth many folds and the whole nation will get benefited.
Wastage of almost one lac crore of rupees. They can”t handle and maintain trains running at 50 KM an hour and want to waste money on running bullet trains.
wtf 67 thousand crores for convenience of few lakhs people, but no money to interconnect the rivers
good going..let India have 8-10 bullet trains to cover all of India by 2050
What about the safety of existing trains ?
One joke is going around – A japanese asks a BJP leader performing some religious rites in Varanasi for three hours, ”When you have so much of spare time, why you need Bullet trains?”
waste of money for 1 mans ego
Magnetic Leviation would have been more cheaper
hard reach the top speed with the no. of stoppages
bullet train investment is a waste for Indian conditions.. Let the government help the average express train speed from 49KMPH now to atleast 75 KMPH so that all Indians can benefit