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After missing its deadline, India’s first bullet train project is likely to launch its Vapi-Sabarmati section in August 2027

With an overall physical development of 33.68%, the ambitious Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail route, India’s first bullet train project, has achieved considerable advancements. This innovative project, albeit falling just short of the aim of 35.97%, confronts challenges as it works against the clock.

Due to delays and changes in the value of the yen, the project’s initial anticipated cost of Rs 1,08,000 crore has increased to around Rs 2 lakh crore, including the tunnel segment. The National High Speed Rail Corporation Ltd. (NHSRCL) is adamant about moving forward despite these financial difficulties.

The Japanese partners were pushed to present an implementation plan because 352 out of 508 km, or 97%, of the required land for the Gujarat segment, had already been obtained. The NHSRCL responded by submitting a Master Implementation Plan (MIP) with a six-year completion window by August 2027.

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