MMRDA plans to connect High speed rail project between two Airports

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Mumbai: India’s first dedicated subway corridor between two international airports, the proposed 40-kilometer Metro in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, will have trains running at three times the speed of a normal suburban Metro service. Mumbai Metropolitan Region  Development Authority (MMRDA), which is responsible for constructing most of the Metro rail line in the region, has planned to operate rail services at an average speed of 30 kmph for other suburban railway routes in the region. Meter. While the MMRDA has been planning one station for every kilometer along other suburban Metro lines, the distance between two stations would be much greater for Airport Metro. The plan is to provide high-speed direct connectivity between the current Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Santacruz and the Navi Mumbai International Airport. “It is ideal to plan high-speed direct connectivity between the two airports for better and faster connectivity with travelers,” said Madan.

The plan is to provide high-speed direct connectivity between the current Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Santacruz and the Navi Mumbai International Airport. The plan is to provide high-speed direct connectivity between the current Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Santacruz and the Navi Mumbai International Airport. (Photo by Amit Chakravarty) India’s first metropolitan corridor between two international airports – the proposed 40 km Metro in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region – will have trains running at three times the speed of a normal Suburban Metro service, according to what is reported by IE.

According to the newspaper, Mumbai’s metropolitan commissioner, U P S Madan, told The Indian Express that the plan was to provide services that would provide a maximum operating speed of up to 90 km per hour along the Airport Metro corridor. The Development Authority of the Metropolitan Region of Mumbai (MMRDA), which is responsible for constructing most of the Metro rail line in the region, has planned to operate rail services at an average speed of 30 kmph for other suburban railway routes in the region. Meter. The plan is to provide high-speed direct connectivity between the current Chatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Santacruz and the Navi Mumbai International Airport. While the detailed project report (DPR) of the high-speed corridor is still in the final stages of preparation, Madan said the plan was to build a Metro link, which would be partially underground. Starting at the Santacruz airport, the corridor will run underground for the first 8 km route before leaving near Mankhurd along Ghatkopar Mankhurd Link Road.

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