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Proposed rail route ups prices in slums
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Proposed rail route ups prices in slums

Cleared in December 2016, the Airoli-Kalwa elevated rail corridor project seems to have helped a price surge in slum dwellings DNA, 2 months ago

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Soil & rock testing time for undersea bullet train project

Drilling of the seven-km undersea route of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad rail corridor is underway to ascertain soil condition of India's first bullet train path. Passengers will get the thrill of riding under the sea, a first in the country, near Thane at a maximum ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

State got more than expected in rail budget: officials

Mumbai: Railway authorities in the city said there is nothing special for Mumbai in the Rail Budget except a green signal for two major elevated corridors in the ‘pink book’, which details project fun...
 The Hindu1 month ago
DNA

MMRDA invites bids for 2 metro projects

The 22-metre height band was at the time given to MMRDA because the railways had kept the lower height bands for its elevated rail corridors, namely the CST-Panvel high-speed line and the still-to-be-approved CST-Kalyan elevated corridor.
 DNA2 months ago
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Bullet train will have 4 halts in M'rashtra, 8 in Gujarat

Everything you wanted to know about the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train but didn't know who to ask. The Rs 99,000-crore (Rs 990 billion) Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project has got a move-on as the Maharashtra government and the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) have agreed to provide 5.4 hectares in Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC), which will be the starting point. The journey will take two hours. Of the 5.4 hectares (one hectare equals 10,000 square metres), 0.9 hectare ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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