Empowered with the results of the Lok Sabha elections and with an eye on the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly elections, the work of the bullet train is being sped up.

The bullet train or the high-speed rail hall that would associate Mumbai to Ahmadabad is the pet undertaking of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At a gathering in the “war room” at Mantralaya, the state secretariat, Maharashtra chief minister Fadnavis surveyed the land securing venture.

The bullet train will go through the two conditions of Gujarat and Maharashtra and association region of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. Now in Gujarat, 60 percent land securing is finished, in Maharashtra, the undertaking had in the past observed dissents. In Maharashtra, the train will go through the twin locale of Palghar and Thane before entering Mumbai.

“Every single station of the Mumbai-Ahmadabad High Speed Rail passage has been picked after extraordinary research on topographical, efficient infrastructural, social and different variables,” NHSRCL’s said in another tweet.

The absolute length of proposed High-Speed Rail Corridor 508.17km and would go through Maharashtra, Gujarat and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. The 12 proposed stations are Mumbai, Thane, Virar, Boisar, Vapi, Bilimora, Surat, Bharuch, Vadodara, Anand/Nadia, Ahmedabad and Sabarmati, The NHSRCL is pointing August 2022 to complete the project.

The presentation of the Mumbai-Ahmadabad High-Speed Rail Corridor will lead towards creating different advantages crosswise over various areas and enterprises. It will likewise help in changing framework, decreasing traffic, producing work among numerous different favorable circumstances. Recently, 33 employees of NHSRCL from task workplaces in Mumbai, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Surat and corporate office in Delhi got certificates from the Japan Foundation for effectively finishing the Japanese Language and culture learning training programmed.

The work for India’s first bullet train venture is on track and National High-Speed Rail Corporation (NHSRCL) recently floated a tender for the principal undersea passage which will be a piece of the Mumbai-Ahmadabad shot train hallway. The shot train hallway will have a 21 Km underground passageway from BKC to Kalyan Shilphata in Maharashtra and the offers have been invited for this undersea tunnel. 7 Km stretch of this passage will be developed under the sea bed.

About 73 towns in Palghar and 22 towns in Thane are to be gained – those records for more than 350 hectares of land. When the JMS is finished, NHSRCL will embrace further advances.

The mega project costs Rs 1, 10,000 crore. To meet the cost, Japan is giving a long haul credit of Rs 88,000 crore at an interest of 0.1 percent. While the Japanese International Cooperation Agency will bear 81 percent of the cost, the rest would originate from Gujarat and Maharashtra governments.