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Jul 24 (09:05) Feasibility study of Nagpur rail project likely by 2022 (

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Jul 24 2021 (09:05)
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Jul 24 2021 (09:05)
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Thane: The proposed Mumbai-Nagpur high speed rail corridor project is likely to see some traction after National High Speed Railway Corporation Ltd (NHSRCL) on Friday said it was likely to complete and submit its feasibility study by early 2022. The route will connect Mumbai (Mhatardi in Diva, Thane) and cut through 10 districts to connect Nagpur at Ajni. Officials who arranged an orientation session for land-owners and environment activists from Thane district said the 739km corridor will slash travel time between the state’s financial capital and orange city to barely three hours, from 10-15 hours it takes presently by road or rail.
series of studies, including ones on challenges in land acquisition, ahead of preparing the detailed project report, is being conducted across the districts. An NHSRCL team and few agencies were in Thane on Friday to interact with land-owners and activists.
Officials said there would be minimal requirement of land in Thane district as most of the route is at a height of 10-15m above ground level. A rough estimate by officials reveals that 144 hectares land spread over 846 plots is required in Thane district, of which 708 plots spread over 123ha is on private land.
Some land-owners at the interaction at the collector’s office on Friday expressed concern, saying the administration must invite more affected people to get a realistic view of the situation, and the project’s implications.
The halts may include Shahpur, Ghoti, Nashik, Shirdi, Aurangabad, Jalna, Mehkar, Malegaon, Karanja Lad, Pulgaon, Wardha, Khapri and Ajani. The Mumbai-Ahmedabad HSR route has a station at Mhatardi too. The average speed will be 250kmph, as against a designed speed of 350kmph, officials said; 750 passengers can be ferried per trip.
An NHSRCL spokesperson said they were wrapping up the project feasibility studies
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