On August 15, 2022, India’s first bullet train may keep running amongst Surat and Bilimora – covering a distance of around 48 kilometers in a period of 15 minutes, the sources revealed. The Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train venture, extending more than 508-km, is an aspiring action that is slated to be completely total by 2023. Anyhow, PM Narendra Modi has set a firm due date of August 15, 2022, for hailing off the main bullet train of the nation. By chance, on August 15, 2022, India will finish 75 long years of Independence. While National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) is working day and night to finish the bullet train venture by August 2022, sources said that in the event that the whole system isn’t operational by at that point, the Surat to Bilimora stretch will be launched.
India’s First Bullet Train To Run On 15th August Between Surat-Bilimora
NHSRCL, the executing body of the bullet train venture, has set an objective of December 2018 for land procurement. Notwithstanding confronting challenges in a few belts across Gujarat and Maharashtra, the bullet train venture work is going ahead going full bore and NHSRCL authorities are cheerful that they will have the capacity to defeat obstruction of local people. For this, is higher remuneration being offered, as well as creative strategies to persuade local people, such as chai pe charcha, building schools, and hospitals, giving water and taking into account different necessities, are being adopted.
The bullet train amongst Mumbai and Ahmedabad will have 12 stations altogether; Sabarmati, Ahmedabad, Anand, Vadodara, Bharuch, Surat, Bilimora, Vapi, Boisar, Virar, Thane, and Mumbai. The fast train will take 2 hours and 57 minutes between the two urban communities if it stops at all stations. Of the 12 stations, 8 are in Gujarat and 4 in Maharashtra. The bullet train venture will likewise give India its first undersea rail burrow at Thane brook, for a distance of 21 kilometers, of which 7 km will be submerged.