Bullets trains has been long hawkish by various government but the work done in last four years are taken on special rail corridors and Mumbai -Ahmedabad is on priority and more train to taken on other A-B-C rail corridors. The average speed of passenger train is awfully low at 45 Km per hour and those of freight rails dismal low at 18 km per hr the government has geared by to transform railway with best available technology comapnies like Alstom India, BHEL, Siemens Ltd, Tata Projects KEC International Ltd, Titagarh Wagons Ltd, Toyota Kirloskar were making joint efforts and intervention with members Rail Board.”Fast speed
#trains and tracks are just around the corner. Speeds of 200kmph easily achievable”
Govt of India has already decided to move into a real high speed between Mumbai & Ahmedabad. Our aim is to upgrade the speed of trains up to 160 kmph & target to put more trains into this bracket~Mr. Ravindra Gupta, Member (Rolling Stock), Railway Board at
Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister of railways,Coal,finance and corporate affairs address the inaugural address by the Chief guest, at Rail Contact 2018 – Driving Industry -Railway Partnerships, in New Delhi. Piyush Goyal said Great things in business are never done by one person. As Steve Jobs says- It is always a team working in partnership, with a collective effort working towards a common goal.
Minster Railways thanked, Mr Ghanshyam Singh, Member Traction, Railway board to have rope in CII in Rail Contact, where joint efforts can yield new ideas ,issue can help us to run the railway best in the world. Indian Railways, which used to struggle with lack of investments & capacity constraints, has witnessed a massive growth in investments in the last 4 years, with speedy race of projects and transformation work in progress.
This Govt. has had the decisive leadership to not only do away with the populist measure like Railway budget but also not announce populist projects, but focus on what is truly essential & what can give you the fastest payback for every rupee that you spend. Minister added at the Rail contact conference, It’s reassuring to know that the present govt. is thoroughly supporting private enterprise in the development India.
Mr Alain Spohr MD India & SAsia Alstom India, said, he is in India from last 15 years and there are three key takeaways in today’s development, Ease of business, Make in India and New Strategies for business. Further added “Talking about the importance of sustainability, Alstom has set clear sustainability targets for all our services for 2020.” Alstom India MD Mr. Alain Spohr reiterates our global promise of sustainable development at the ‘Rail Contact – Driving Industry-Railway Partnership 2018.