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Mumbai-Hyderabad: NHSRCL invites survey bids for high-speed rail corridor

As per the tender, the project report prepared by the consultant will include a survey of overhead, overground, and underground utilities. It will also have to survey power sources for setting up a substation for the project.

Written by Neeraj Tiwari | Mumbai |
October 28, 2020 2:39:36 am
high-speed rail corridor, Mumbai-Hyderabad rail corridor, NHSRCL invites survey, Mumbai news, Maharashtra news, indian express newsA total of 1396 hectares are needed to be acquired for the 508 kilometer long bullet train project. (Representational)

The National High-Speed Rail Corridor Limited (NHSRCL) Tuesday floated a tender seeking a consultant to prepare a detailed project report (DPR) on the 711-km Mumbai-Pune-Hyderabad high-speed rail corridor.

As per the tender, the project report prepared by the consultant will include a survey of overhead, overground, and underground utilities. It will also have to survey power sources for setting up a substation for the project.

Currently, the NHSRCL is working on six high-speed rail networks across the country, including the 507-km-long Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train. The other high-speed rail corridors include Delhi-Varanasi (865 km), Mumbai-Nagpur (753 km), Delhi-Ahmedabad (886 km), Chennai-Mysore (435 km), Delhi-Amritsar (459 km), Mumbai-Hyderabad (711 km), and Varanasi-Howrah (760 km).

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