High Speed Railway India – Advantages,Challenges[Must Prepare Topic]
High Speed Railway India – Advantages,Challenges[Must Prepare Topic] – The government of India recently decided to build a high-speed rail (HSR) corridor between Mumbai and Ahmadabad at a cost of Rs 97,636 crore with Japanese financial and technical assistance.
What do we understand by High-Speed Rail?
- The first such system began operations in Japan in 1964 and was widely known as the bullet train
- High-speed rail is a type of rail transport that operates significantly faster than traditional rail traffic, using an integrated system of specialized rolling stock and dedicated tracks
- While there is no single standard that applies worldwide
- New lines in excess of 250 kilometres per hour (160 mph) and Existing lines in excess of 200 kilometres per hour (120 mph) are widely considered to be high-speed.
High-Speed Rail in India
- India has Largest Rail Network In World
- India Do not Have Any Fastest train More than 160 Km ph
- India Has fastest Train between delhi And Mumbai with Average Speed 100 kmph and top Speed 160 kmph.
- India New High Speed Rail Corridor Will be Between Mumbai And Ahmedabad.
- This Will be 500 Km Distance .
- Proposed Speed is 320 Kmph.
Global Practice of High-Speed Rail
- Shinkansen has emerged as an invaluable part of Japan’s mobility and economy.
- With already a 22,000-km sprawling high-speed PDL (passenger dedicated lines) network, longest for any country.
- China is set to extend it to 30,000 km by 2020 when its total rail routes aggregate to 200,000 km.
- Less than a decade ago, China had no HSR; now its high-speed trains move twice as many passengers as its airlines, and the demand keeps growing.
For challenges And Advantages See Mind Map given in this post.
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