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Posted: Dec 20 2019 (01:54)
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On Tuesday, the Ministry of Railways granted in-principle approval for the ‘Silver Line’ project, a proposal of the Kerala government that involves laying the third and fourth railway lines from Kasaragod in the north to Kochuveli (Thiruvananthapuram) in the south for the movement of semi high-speed trains. The project aims to cut the travel time between the two corners from 12 hours to less than four hours.
What was the need for such a project?
Kerala’s road networks are clogged and experience dense traffic during peak hours. According to data shared by experts,