The Nationwide Excessive Pace Rail Company Restricted (NHSRCL) opened monetary bids for the development and design of an 18 km viaduct and railway stations at Ahmedabad and Sabarmati on the upcoming Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail hall.
The particular goal automobile (SPV) of the Railway Ministry chargeable for the implementation, operations, and upkeep of the nation’s first bullet practice venture shared in a press release that the monetary bids of 4 technically certified bidders have been opened. (Additionally Learn: Bullet Train Project: Sabarmati Terminal To Be The Only Station With Multimodal Transit Hub )
NHSRCL opens monetary bids for Design and building of 18 km viaduct and HSR Stations at Ahmedabad & Sabarmati for MAHSR Hall. The monetary bids of 4 (4) technically certified bidders have been opened and M/s IRCON – DINESHCHANDRA JV is the bottom bidder. pic.twitter.com/1kvzOQVF6G
— NHSRCL (@nhsrcl) October 4, 2021
M/s IRCON – DINESHCHANDRA JV was the bottom bidder, based on NHSRCL. Earlier this 12 months, the organisation opened technical bids for the design and building of the Ahmedabad and Sabarmati railway stations and an 18 km of viaduct between Anand-Sabarmati on March 23. The technical bids have been opened as a part of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet practice venture’s C-7 bundle.
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The 508 km lengthy Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail will function at a pace of 320 km per hour – as soon as fully prepared for passenger providers. The bullet practice is predicted to scale back the journey time between the tow main cities to two-three hours. It will cowl 155.76 kilometres in Maharashtra, and 348.04 kilometres in Gujarat, and 4.3 kilometres in Dadra and Nagar Haveli, with 12 stoppages on the route.