High Speed Rail Network in India - Bullet Train Fare Details


High Speed Rail Network in India

Long time has been past in listening the statement from Mr. Modi that we will create High Speed Rail Network in India on which Bullet
Train will run. It will be like a day Dream come true when High Speed Rail Network in India will be introduced to the citizens of the country. In India world's largest rail network is available which is soon going to be join with high-speed bullet train country line under a project. Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi and Japanese PM Mr. Shinzo Abe have lay the foundation stone of Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project in Sabarmati, Gujarat, that is the first step to shape the dream of sitting in the high speed train in the next five years.

High Speed Rail Network in India

If it happens then this will be the beginning of the world class railway service age with security and speed in the country to go on the track of the success. As per the news the plan may come into action to run a bullet train in 2023, but now it will be dedicated to the country on the 75th anniversary of independence on 15th August, 2022 only. That is, one year before the scheduled time. It might have been first Bullet Train In India running between Mumbai-Ahmedabad and its fare is Cheaper than flights but IF Mr Narendra Modi wins the election in 2019 which is quite impossible. We hope to see the Passengers travel in Bullet Train. High Speed Rail will get to travel in a 21-km long tunnel while riding the bullet train – 7km of which would be under the sea. Keep it up guys and wait to seat in this miracle in India.

Bullet Train Fare and Other Details:
  • Length: 508 km
  • Average speed: 250 km per hour
  • Maximum speed: 320 km / h
  • Travel time: 02 hours (existing trains: 07 hours)


Bullet Train Fare In India: 03 to 05 thousand rupees
  • Bullet Train Route In India: Mumbai-Ahmedabad
  • Bullet Train Launching Date India: 15th August, 2022 (Expected)
  • Bullet Train Investment In India: 1.1 lakh crore
  • 81% (90 thousand crore) loan from Japan
  • On a moderate interest of 0.1 percent
  • Repayment after 15 years
  • Loan to be repaid in 50 years
  • 20 thousand construction jobs
  • 20 thousand indirect jobs
  • 750 passengers will travel at a time
  • 36 thousand people will travel everyday


During a plan, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has come to India for the discussion in association with the bullet train. However, his visit is not limited to this project. The relationship between India and Japan is rapidly moving towards a new destination. IIT Kanpur alumni Sanjeev Sinha appointed as advisor for Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train. In a telephonic conversation with Economic Times, Sinha said, "I will be the interface between the two governments. This is a prestigious project but extremely complex. Converting the political will into actual execution will take a lot of effort." Sinha, hailing from Barmer Rajasthan in relative proximity to Ahmedabad, is a graduate of IIT Kanpur. He is a prominent Indian resident of Japan for 21 years.


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