National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has opened financial auctions for the construction and design of 18 km viaduct and railway stations at Ahmedabad and Sabarmati on the upcoming Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed rail corridor.
The Ministry of Railways’ Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), which is responsible for the implementation, implementation and maintenance of the country’s first bullet train project, shared in a statement that the financial auction of four technically qualified bidders has been opened. (read more: Bullet Rail Project: Sabarmati Terminal will be the only station with a Multimodal Transit Hub)
NHSRCL opens financial auctions for the design and construction of 18km Viaduct and HSR stations at Ahmedabad & Sabarmati on the MAHSR corridor. The financial auction of 4 (four) technically qualified bidders has been opened and M / s IRCON – DINESHCHANDRA JV is at the lowest bid. pic.twitter.com/1kvzOQVF6G
– NHSRCL (nhsrcl) October 4, 2021
According to NHSRCL, M / s IRCON – DINESHANDRA JV was the lowest bidder. Earlier this year, the organization also held technical auctions for the design and construction of Ahmedabad and Sabarmati railway stations on March 23 between 18 km from Anand-Sabarmati. C-7 package.
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The 508 km long Mumbai-Ahmedabad high speed train will run at a speed of 320 km per hour and is fully ready for one-time passenger services. The bullet train is expected to reduce travel time between major cities to two to three hours. It covers 155.76 km in Maharashtra, 348.04 km in Gujarat, 4.3 km in Dadra and Nagar Haveli and 12 stops on the route.