Ashwini Vaishnaw Shares Glipmse Of India’s First Bullet Train Station; Internet Reacts | Video
Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw on Thursday took to the social media platform X and posted a video of India’s first bullet train terminal at Sabarmati in Ahmedabad. The clip provided an enthralling look at this architectural wonder. The bullet train will connect Mumbai and Ahmedabad with a 508 km double-line track, cutting down the travel time to just 2.07 hours. With a maximum design speed of 350 km/h, the project is impressive.
While most of the project is complete, the first phase of the bullet train is likely to be operational by 2026 and the whole project is scheduled to be completed by 2028.
Terminal for India’s first bullet train!
📍Sabarmati multimodal transport hub, Ahmedabad pic.twitter.com/HGeoBETz9x
— Ashwini Vaishnaw (@AshwiniVaishnaw) December 7, 2023
Meanwhile, the internet also seemed thrilled and reacted with enthusiasm to the video.
“Such a glorious structure that’s a blend of modernity and our Heritage! Amazing work is happening in railways sector and this is going to propel our country to another level altogether,” said a user.
A second netizen wrote,”Gift city, Metro, River front road and river front, Bullet train, Biggest cricket stadium, Sardar Sarovar, Statue of Unity, Rannostav, Highest Rooftop Solar in country…. In Gujarat, Namaste to visionary.”
“Exciting milestone! The launch of India’s first bullet train from the Sabarmati multimodal transport hub in Ahmedabad promises a new era of high-speed connectivity,” a third wrote.
The High-Speed Rail (HSR) project, apart from being a technological marvel, would afford many quantifiable benefits like saving in travel time, vehicle operation cost, reduction in pollution, job creation, reduction in accidents / enhanced safety, imported fuel substitution, and reduction in pollutants.
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