NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has invited bids for the preparatory survey work for developing the Detailed Project Report of the proposed Mumbai – Pune – Hyderabad High-Speed Rail corridor.
This is the fifth of six new high-speed rail corridors, planned by the Government of India in 2019, for which basic preliminary work has commenced to start construction on the project. Others already in the preparatory stage include the 865 km Delhi – Varanasi line, 886 km Delhi – Ahmedabad line, 741 km Mumbai – Nagpur line, and 465 km Delhi – Amritsar line.
The Scope of the work includes Survey, Identification of Overhead, Over Ground, Underground Utilities And Identification Of Power Sourcing Options for substations along with the proposed Mumbai – Pune – Hyderabad High-Speed Rail Corridor. The deadline for the work is 112 after the bid is allocation.
On the Mumbai end of the line, the line’s new civil infrastructure is expected to start from Thane, or thereabouts, and branch off from the 508.17 km Mumbai Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail corridor’s Package C3 for which a tender notice is currently pending due to different problems.