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900 KM journey will be completed in 3 hours, second bullet train will run from Ahmedabad to Delhi, know the plan of Railways

The Indian Railways is making significant progress on the Bullet Train Project, particularly on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route. Additionally, there’s more good news as the Railways is planning to introduce a bullet train service on the Delhi to Ahmedabad route.

Currently, the travel time from Ahmedabad to Mumbai is 12 hours, but with the introduction of the Bullet Train, it will be reduced to 3.5 hours. The new bullet train is set to run at a speed of 250 km per hour on an elevated corridor between these two cities. Moreover, there are plans to launch a bullet train from Delhi as well.

The proposed bullet train will pass through stations like Himmatnagar, Udaipur, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, Ajmer, Kishangarh, Jaipur, Rewari, and Manesar. Aerial surveys have been conducted by Railways to expedite the project, and officials state that the 900-km elevated corridor between Ahmedabad and Delhi will reduce travel time from about 9 hours to 3.5 hours.

This initiative is part of the government’s plan to launch six new high-speed rail projects across the country to boost tourism and enhance connectivity. The train service is expected to start from Sabarmati station and will pass through nine major stations including Delhi and Ahmedabad. The speed of the train is anticipated to reach up to 350 km per hour.

The new Ahmedabad-Delhi Bullet Train is part of the agreement signed between the Central Government and the Government of Japan in 2017. Work is progressing based on this agreement, and India’s first bullet train is expected to be launched in August 2026.

The Railway Department is also implementing the Gajraj system on this track to prevent collisions between elephants and trains. The bullet train line is being constructed as a double track, indicating the seriousness with which the project is being pursued.

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