Delhi-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor will be India's third bullet train project. The 886 km Bullet Train corridor will connect Delhi to Ahmedabad via Jaipur-Udaipur through 12 stations.
- Project Name: Delhi-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Project
- Owner: Indian Railways
- Operator: National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited
- Project Type: High Speed Rail (HSR)
- Project Cost: NA
- Route Length: 886 km
- Train Speed: 300 kmph
- Journey Fare: Rs 4.5 per km
- Journey Hours: 3 hours
- Status: Approved and under DPR stage
Delhi-Varanasi High-Speed Rail Route
- Route Length: 886 km (At grade, elevated and underground)
- Total Stations: 15
- Station Names: Dwarka (Delhi), IMT Manesar (Gurgaon), Rewari, Behror, Shahpura, Jaipur, Ajmer, Vijaynagar, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Dungarpur (all Rajasthan) and Himmatnagar, Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad (Gujarat).
- Train Type: Bullet Train
- Operational Speed: 300 kmph
- Maximum Speed: 350 kmph
- Average Speed: 250 kmph
- Track Gauge: Standard Gauge – 1435mm
- No. of Cars: 10
- Train Capacity: 750 person
- Signalling: ETCS Level-2 of ERTMS
- Traction: 25 KV AC through overhead catenary (OHE)
- Train Safety: Urgent Earthquake Detection and Alarm System (UrEDAS)
- December 2019: Ministry of Railways had given the task to National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) for preparing the detailed project report (DPR).
- February 2020: NHSRCL has started floating tenders for various activities including design and survey of the project.
- September 2020: Tender notices for carrying out of Traffic Study, Data Collection and General Alignment Drawings have been issued.