The Mumbai-Nashik-Nagpur High Speed Rail Corridor will be the fourth bullet train project and will cover a total of 741-km distance from Mumbai to Nagpur via Nashik through 12 stations.
- Project Name: Mumbai-Nagpur High Speed Rail (Bullet Train) Project
- Owner: Indian Railways
- Operator: National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited
- Project Type: High Speed Rail
- Project Cost: Rs 1.18 Lakh Crore
- Route Length: 741 km
- Train Speed: 300 kmph
- Journey Fare: TBD
- Journey Hours: 3.5 hours
- Status: Approved and under DPR stage
Mumbai-Nagpur High-Speed Rail Route
- Route Length: 741 km [At grade (596 km), elevated (110 km) and underground(35 km)]
- Total Stations: 12
- Station Names: Shahpur, Igatpuri, Nashik, Shirdi, Aurangabad, Jalna, Mehkar, Malegaon, Karanja Lad, Pulgaon, Wardha and Nagpur.
- Train Type: Bullet Train
- Operational Speed: 300 kmph
- Design Speed: 350 kmph
- Average Speed: 250 kmph
- Track Gauge: Standard Gauge – 1435 mm
- 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)
Progress so far...
- 2017: A consortium of ADIF (Spain) and INECO (Spain) under Government to Government cooperation had submitted the project feasibility study report.
- December 2019: Ministry of Railways had given the task to National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) for preparing the detailed project report (DPR).
- September 2020: NHSRCL has issued the first tender notice for preliminary activities including design and survey of the project.