The review work for the Mumbai-Pune-Hyderabad Bullet Train (High-Speed Rail Corridor) has been blocked due to rainfall.
The cloudy weather is hampering the LIDAR Survey (Light Detection and Raising Survey) initiated by the aircraft.
Meantime, the 250-kilometer LIDAR review took only three days to achieve.
The Mumbai-Hyderabad Bullet Train Terminal
Mumbai-Hyderabad bullet train terminal, which will be connected with the under-construction international airport, works on which is going on besides connectivity to the Mumbai Trans Harbour Link.
Integration of Bullet Train with the Navi Mumbai Metro Projects is planned,” a senior Indian Railway executive responded.
A senior Indian Railway executive replied, “Space is a obstacle in Mumbai and consequently we are looking at Navi Mumbai for the terminal station for the Mumbai-Hyderabad corridor. Even there land may not be a predicament as we can plan an underground station on airport land. A final conclusion is yet to be exercised.”
Bullet Train progress has been Stalled amid of rains
Rains halted the survey work on the High-Speed Rail Corridor
So far, the 250 km survey work in Solapur and beyond has been accomplished.
IIC Technology Aircraft Company has arranged for a separate aircraft for this purpose. The survey process is currently in progress with their flight from Baramati.
The remaining work is expected to be done in a week, according to railway officials.
The bullet train is expected to travel at a speed of 250 to 320 kilometers per hour along this route. The distance between Mumbai and Hyderabad (711 km) will take roughly three and a half hours to travel.
It needs two to two and a half hours to reach Pune by train from Mumbai.
The trip time from Pune to Hyderabad would be reduced to 45 minutes; currently, it takes eight to twelve hours to get from Pune to Hyderabad.
The train will reach in three and a half hours. Separate tracks will be introduced for the trains at Pune, Solapur, Pandharpur.