All you need to know about India’s first bullet train.

Alors that Premier minister Narendra Modi et le Premier ministre japonais, Shinzo Abe, in the jet of the background stone for the train at high speed Ahmedabad-Mumbai jeudi, voici an eye on what the ambitious project will translate in the long run.

* The 508 km project costs around Rs 1.08 lakh crore or USD 17 billion and will be completed here 2022.

* 81 pour cent du coût or Rs.88,000 will be financed by Japan at a minimum interest of 0.1 per cent earning 50 ans. Et le remboursement commencera seulement après 15 ans.

* Trains will be in business class and economy class and the rate will be comparable to those of the AC-2 rate for Rajdhani Express.

* Le train de balle s’arrêtera to 12 stations: Mumbai, Thane, Virar, Boisar, Vapi, Bilimora, Surat, Bharuch, Vadodara, Anand, Ahmedabad and Sabarmati.

* Sur le tronçon of 508 km, 92% (468 km) are welcome, 6% (27 km) in the tunnels and the remaining 2% (13 km) will be on the ground.

* A 21 km long tunnel will be creusé in Mumbai, seven kilometers of the extension under the sea.

* Au Japon, an effectif of 4300 agents et personnel ferroviaire will be formed for Japon pour faire fonctionner trains de haute technologie.

* According to Railroad Railroad officials, the speed of operation of the ball train would be 320 kilometers per hour and the maximum speed would be 350 kilometers per hour.

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