100% Civil Contracts Awarded for Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Project


100% Civil Contracts Awarded for Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Project

The National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has awarded 100% of the civil contracts for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail (MAHSR) project. The project, which is being built with Japanese assistance, will have a length of 508 km and will connect the two major cities in India.

The civil contracts were awarded to a consortium of Indian and Japanese companies. The consortium includes Larsen & Toubro, KEC International, JGC Corporation, and IHI Corporation.

The MAHSR project is expected to be completed in 2027. Once completed, it will be the first high speed rail project in India. The project is expected to boost economic growth and tourism in the region.

Future Possible Routes for High Speed Rail Network

The success of the MAHSR project has led to the government considering other routes for high speed rail in India. Some of the possible routes include:

  • Delhi-Varanasi
  • Delhi-Ahmedabad
  • Mumbai-Nagpur
  • Mumbai-Hyderabad
  • Chennai-Mysore
  • Delhi-Amritsar
  • Varanasi-Howrah

These routes would connect major cities in India and would help to improve connectivity and reduce travel time. The government is currently studying the feasibility of these routes and is expected to make a decision in the near future.

The development of a high speed rail network in India would be a major boost for the country’s economy. It would help to attract investment, improve tourism, and reduce pollution. The government is committed to developing a high speed rail network in India and is working to make it a reality.

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