The deliberate Delhi-Varanasi Excessive Velocity Rail (HSR) or bullet practice mission can be 958 km lengthy together with a 123 km spur connecting Lucknow with Ayodhya, based on the detailed mission report (DPR).
The DPR ready by the Nationwide Excessive Velocity Rail Company Ltd (NHRSCL), which is implementing the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet practice mission, envisages that the proposed bullet trains travelling at a most velocity of 300 km per hour would make 63 journeys in a day between Delhi and Agra; 43 journeys per day between Delhi and Lucknow; 18 journeys every day between Delhi and Varanasi.
Within the case of Ayodhya, the DPR has estimated 11 journeys per day.
As per the DPR, there can be one bullet practice working at prime velocity of 300 kmph each hour from Delhi to Agra and Agra to Delhi by 2029-30.
The whole hall will likely be a mixture of elevated stretches and tunnels contemplating the hall security requirement. It might have 12 stations and would hyperlink all main non secular locations together with Mathura, Ayodhya, Prayagraj and Varanasi.
There can be an underground station at Jewar airport as effectively. The overall mission value is estimated at Rs 2.28 lakh crore and getting finance can be essential for execution of the mammoth mission.
At present, it takes round 11-12 hours to achieve Varanasi from Delhi by practice. The proposed bullet practice would scale back this journey time to barely three hours. The excessive velocity rail connectivity to Varanasi, the center of japanese Uttar Pradesh, is essential contemplating that the present regime has centered on altering the profile of Purvanchal by creating world class infrastructure.
This transfer additionally positive factors significance as the federal government makes efforts to position Ayodhya on the world tourism map and excessive velocity connectivity will likely be a catalyst to deliver vacationers to the holy metropolis.
The proposed Excessive Velocity Rail route: Delhi-Agra-Lucknow-Ayodhya-Varanasi
Size: 938 km (Delhi-Varanasi: 813 km and Spur from Lucknow to Ayodhya: 125 km)
Estimated value: Rs 2.28 lakh crore
Proposed main stations: Delhi, Higher Noida (Jewar), Mathura, Agra, Lucknow, Ayodhya, Prayagraj, Varanasi
Estimated interval for execution: 8 yrs from date of award of labor