Corridor studies in full swing

September 2011
Railway Gazette International;Sep2011, Vol. 167 Issue 9, p83
Trade Publication
The article discusses the decision by India's Ministry of Railways to award a series of deals for pre-feasibility studies after pinpointing six possible corridors for high speed rail development. Indian Railways' Vision 2020 strategy has outlined proposals for regional high speed corridors to link commercial hubs and centers for tourism and pilgrimage. It expects to see rains running at 250-350 kilometers per hours on largely elevated routes.


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