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Indian Railways plans to build high speed rail corridor in Maharashtra

Railways: Indian Railways has plan to build Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed rail corridor. The work on the bullet train project is likely to start in 2017. Railway administration is keen to build a terminal at the Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) while the Government of Maharashtra insist and is ready to offer a plot at Bandra Reclamation. The first bullet train is likely to run by 2023 covering distance between Mumbai and Ahmedabad in two hours at 320 – 350 kmph at Mumbai in Maharashtra. For details contact: Anil Saxena, Additional Director, General (PR), Room No. 310, Rail Bhavan, Raisina Road, New Delhi-110001, Delhi. Tele: 011- 23381332, 23303665, F: 23385215, Email: dpr@rb.railnet.gov.in

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