Signing of MoU with Japanese Agency for Design of High-Speed Rail Track Works
Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor Project: Recently, the National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL), the implementing agency of India’s first bullet train project, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the upcoming Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor project. ) is signed. ) Japanese agency- Japan Railway Track Consultant Company (JRTC) with Package T 3 (covering a distance of 116 kms between Vadodara and Sabarmati depots and workshop in Gujarat State) for the design of High Speed Rail (HSR) Tracks.
As per NHSRCL, JRTC will provide detailed design as well as drawings of high speed rail track components like track slab arrangement, RC track bed and Continuous Welded Rail (CWR) etc.
NHSRCL has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Japanese agency- Japan Railway Track Consultant Company (JRTC).
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Japanese Agency- Japan Railway Track Consultant Company (JRTC)
Rajendra Prasad, Director Project, NHSRCL while speaking at the MoU signing event said that the signing of the MoU is the culmination of hard work put in by the teams of JICC, JRTC as well as NHSRCL. For such high technical work, JRTC is the only specialized agency and in association with this agency, NHSRCL expects to finalize the track design soon.
The MoU signing ceremony was attended by ISAO Horiyama, Chairman JRTC, HL Suthar, Principal Executive Director/Design, NHSRCL as well as other senior officials of NHSRCL, JRTC and JICC.
Earlier, Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor Project Implementation Agency- NHSRCL signed an MoU for the design of high speed rail track as well as track works for Package T2 (237 km long section) between the cities of Vadodara and Vapi. has signed. in the state of Gujarat.
On the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor, bullet train services will operate at a speed of 320 kmph, covering a distance of 508 km and covering 12 stations. According to the corporation, there will be 35 trains per day in one direction, with a frequency of 20 minutes in peak hours and 30 minutes in non-peak hours.