Bullet Train Project: Technical Bids Open For Construction Of Bridges On High-Speed Rail


Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Rail Project: National High-Speed ​​Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL), which is responsible for the development of the country’s first bullet train project, has invited technical bids for the construction of a bridge for the Double Line High. Speed ​​railway between Jaroli villages in Maharashtra. – A total of four bidders from Gujarat Border, Vadodara participated in the process on March 4 and the evaluation process will follow the submitted bid. According to a statement shared by NHSRCL, the bidders so far in the package are Ranjit Buildcon Limited, MG Contractor Pvt Ltd, KC-Sam India JV, and Grill-GPT (JV).

In addition, National High-Speed ​​Rail Corporation Limited has invited technical bids for the construction of bridges and steel toss bridges in special tenders. The bridges will be constructed for the bullet train project for a double line high speed railway between Vadodara and Ahmedabad in the state of Gujarat. So far, the bidders participating in the package are URC Construction (P) Ltd, Kejit-Sam India JV, MG Contractors Pvt Ltd and Grill-GPT (JV).

The country’s first bullet train corridor – a 508 km long high speed train, once fully operational, running at a speed of 320 kilometers per hour. Along with this route, the high speed bullet train will cover 12 stations in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. According to NHSRCL, the total distance with all stops is given in two to three hours. Meanwhile, the company has signed a $ 39.33 billion deal with IIA consortium with infrastructure major Larsen & Toubro (L&T) for the crossing and construction of 26 steel bridges, railways, rivers, highways and other structures. Mumbai Ahmedabad Bullet Train Project.


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