Spotting
 Timeline
 Travel Tip
 Trip
 Race
 Social
 Greeting
 Poll
 Img
 PNR
 Pic
 Blog
 News
 Conf TL
 RF Club
 Convention
 Monitor
 Admin
 Followed
 Rating
 Correct
 Wrong
 Stamp
 HJ
 Vote
 Pred
 @
 FM Alert
 FM Approval
 Pvt
Forum Super Search
 ↓ 
×
HashTag:
Freq Contact:
Member:
Posting Date From:
Posting Date To:
Blog Category:
Train Type:
Train:
Station:
ONLY with Pic/Vid:
Sort by: Date:     Word Count:     Popularity:     
Public:    Pvt: Monitor:    RailFan Club:    

Search
  Go  

SDAH NDLS Duronto: দৌঁড়ে চলো , দিল্লি চলো - PPG

Full Site Search
  Full Site Search  
 
Mon Feb 18 01:20:37 IST
Home
Trains
ΣChains
Atlas
PNR
Forum
Gallery
News
FAQ
Trips/Spottings
Login
Feedback
Post BlogPost Trn TipPost Stn TipAdvanced Search

Blog Entry# 3503244
Posted: Jun 08 2018 (07:55)

1 Responses
Last Response: Jun 08 2018 (07:56)
  
Rail News
0 Followers
3293 views
New Facilities/Technology
WR/Western
Jun 08 2018 (07:54)   This is what India’s first bullet train terminal will look like

a2z~   12807 news posts
Entry# 3503244   News Entry# 340088         Tags   Past Edits
The design of India’s first bullet train terminal is ready. The Sabarmati station in Gujarat, which will be the terminating station of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train route, will have the theme of Mahatma Gandhi’s Dandi March of 1930. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe had laid the foundation stone of the station last year. The Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project is expected to be completed by 2022.
“We have more or less finalised the station design. Construction will start by around December this year,” Achal Khare, Managing Director of the National High Speed Rail Corporation told The Indian Express. Khare said the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train route would be a better and time-saving option than flights. “In this route, the
...
more...
bullet train will turn out to be a better option than airlines. If you take into account the time taken to and from airports, security checks and everything else, the bullet train between Ahmedabad and Mumbai, in fact, will turn out to be quicker than flights,” Khare said.
Packed with all modern and state of-the-art facilities, the station will have a three-level parking space. The rooftop will be end-to-end covered with solar panels flaunting the design of a large ‘charkha’, which will be visible in pictures taken from the top. The estimated cost of the construction of the station will be around Rs 200 crore.
The NDA government has advanced the deadline of the project by a year so that the country’s first bullet train service can be dedicated to the nation by August 15, 2022 to coincide with 75 years of Independence. The fare between Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai and the Sabarmati Railway Station in Ahmedabad will be around Rs 3,000 (economy seats). There will be a business class as well at higher fares. A total of 75 trips will be operated every day — a train every 20 minutes in peak hours and 30 minutes every half an hour.

1 Public Posts - Fri Jun 08, 2018

ARP (Advanced Reservation Period) Calculator

Reservations Open Today @ 8am for:
Trains with ARP 10 Dep on: Thu Feb 28
Trains with ARP 15 Dep on: Tue Mar 5
Trains with ARP 30 Dep on: Wed Mar 20
Trains with ARP 120 Dep on: Tue Jun 18

  
  

Rail News

New Trains

Site Announcements

  • Entry# 4214881
    Feb 01 (07:45PM)


    This is an advance notice of the last and CORE feature of the RailFan app - Trips/Spottings - which will be enabled next week. A week after that, RailFan will go into Open Beta, whereby all members will be able to download the app without providing their email. . The Trip/Spotting feature of...
  • Entry# 4213057
    Jan 31 (05:45AM)


    A few small enhancements will be made to the site in the coming days, regarding Member profiles. . 1. Hereafter, we shall require REAL permanent names of members. Members will have the option of reporting those whose name is fake or not real. An SW will be issued, whereupon the member will have...
  • Entry# 4205675
    Jan 23 (08:11PM)


    This is an advance notice of a small enhancement to the Forum. Within a couple of days, we shall introduce "anonymous posting" for Blogs and Trips. With "anonymous posting", members will still be required to login to your account and abide by all Forum guidelines, but your name will be hidden...
  • Entry# 4200970
    Jan 18 2019 (10:12PM)


    @all: This is to formally announce the END of the RailCal app. Due to the information blockade, the app has lost its value, and has been rendered completely useless. We are unable to support RailCal anymore. Sorry to disappoint our users. . RailCal has already been taken off the Google PlayStore. So once...
  • Entry# 4188821
    Jan 06 2019 (02:19AM)


    @all: At this time, the PNR Forum is functioning again, albeit at a greatly reduced volume and efficiency. Refreshing PNRs is a very cumbersome affair. We may expect this to end as well, eventually, as the Govt. tightens these controls further. At IRI, we CANNOT waste any more time on this fruitless...
  • Entry# 4187635
    Jan 05 2019 (01:47AM)


    The following changes are being introduced to keep the PNR Forum functioning. . 1. A "bookmarklet" called "PNR Refresh" has been created. Just Copy/Paste a small piece of text into your browser bookmarks. The bookmarklet will be available by morning. . 2. When you click on Post/Update/Refresh PNR, you will be taken to the Official...
Scroll to Top
Scroll to Bottom
Go to Mobile site
Important Note: This website NEVER solicits for Money or Donations. Please beware of anyone requesting/demanding money on behalf of IRI. Thanks.
Disclaimer: This website has NO affiliation with the Government-run site of Indian Railways. This site does NOT claim 100% accuracy of fast-changing Rail Information. YOU are responsible for independently confirming the validity of information through other sources.
India Rail Info Privacy Policy