|Delhi–Varanasi||180 km/h (110 mph)||Inaugurated on 17 February 2019|
|Delhi–Katra||180 km/h (110 mph)||Inaugurated on 5 October 2019|
|Mumbai–Goa||160 km/h (99 mph)||Inaugurated on 22 May 2017|
|Luknow–Delhi||160 km/h (99 mph)||Inaugurated on 4 October 2019.|
When did bullet train start in India?
Civil construction of the corridor was expected to begin by June 2018, and the project was scheduled to be completed in 2023. The deadline was advanced to have the bullet train go on its first run on 15 August 2022 on the occasion of India’s 75th Independence day.
Which bullet train will run in India?
India’s proposed second bullet train project will pass through cities in Maharshtra like Shahapur, Igatpuri, Nashik, Mehkar, Malegaon, Pulgaon, Wardha and Khapri and will be 736-km long, PTI said quoting a release by the National High Speed Rail Corporation Ltd (NHSRCL).
When was bullet train introduced?
A high-speed intercity train network that currently consists of more than 2,600 kilometers of rail lines, the Shinkansen was first launched more than 50 years ago. Its inaugural segment, the Tokaido Shinkansen, started operation on October 1, 1964, shortly before the opening of the Tokyo Olympics.
What is the cost of one bullet train?
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The NHSRCL said, “The estimated project cost of Mumbai -Ahmedabad High Speed Rail is approx Rs 1,08,000 crores. Final cost will be known after tenders are opened and awarded.”