Hyderabad-Mumbai bullet practice plan picks up tempo


HYDERABAD: The Hyderabad-Mumbai Excessive-Pace Rail (HM-HSR) hall mission has obtained momentum with the most recent social and atmosphere impression surveys and public session conferences within the states involved for preparation of an in depth mission report (DPR).

The 650-km hall passes via Vikarabad, Ranga Reddy and Sangareddy districts in Telangana state, Karnataka’s Kalburagi (Gulbarga) and Maharashtra’s Thane, Raigad, Pune and Solapur districts.


The railway ministry has chosen the Delhi-based Nationwide Excessive-Pace Rail Company Restricted (NHSRCL) to arrange the DPR of seven HSR corridors together with the Hyderabad-Mumbai one.

The NHSRCL, which is executing the nation’s first HSR (bullet practice) connecting Mumbai and Ahmedabad, on Monday held public session conferences with stakeholders at Thane in Maharashtra.

Vikarabad’s extra collector Motilal is alleged to have instructed income officers to assist the NHSRCL staff by offering requisite data like income maps, images, geographical areas element and inhabitants for the rail hall mission for Social Influence Evaluation (SIA) and Atmosphere Influence Evaluation (EIA) studies.


Drones might be used for the survey of the land required for the mission, which prices roughly Rs 1.08 crore as per the sooner estimations.

Talking to this newspaper, NHSRCL official spokesperson Sushma Gaur from Delhi mentioned, “Sure, we’re at the moment on the job of making ready the DPR for the Hyderabad-Mumbai HSR mission. We held conferences with stakeholders over SIA and EIA on Monday in Thane. We’ll hopefully submit the DPR early subsequent 12 months to the federal government.”

In the meantime, sources mentioned if the mission obtained operational, journey time of a passenger within the high-speed practice on the hall could be lowered from the current 14-15 hours to 3-4 hours between Hyderabad and Mumbai.


“In truth, we proposed the mission in 2019 and wished to finish it by 2023. However the mission was delayed because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, we’ve resumed our work. We’ve got set a 2024-25 goal to finish this mission,” a dependable supply from the railway board advised this newspaper.


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