You can travel from Bullet Train by 2031


new Delhi. If you mostly travel from Delhi to Varanasi then it is a good news for you. The bullet train is going to run on this route very soon. Bullet train is one of the most ambitious yajans of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. After running a bullet train, you will be able to decide the distance of 720 km between Delhi-Varanasi in just two-and-a-half hours. This journey takes about 13-14 hours.
At present there is a BJP government in the center and state. Hence this project is being taken very seriously. Travelers from Lucknow to this project will also get the benefit. The distance from Delhi to Lucknow is 440 km and this distance from the bullet train will be only one hour and 38 minutes. In the proposed report, it has been said that the main terminal in Delhi is near Akshardham temple.
Spanish firm doing preparation
The Spanish firm Enco-Tipsa is preparing for this ambitious project. The company has already sent the final report of the 1474.5-km corridor of Delhi-Kolkata.
More rent to be paid
You will have to pay more to enjoy the trip in this bullet train. From Delhi to Lucknow, rent will be approximately Rs. 80, then from Delhi to Varanasi, you have to pay Rs. 3240.
Work on Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor will start soon
The work on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad corridor is also being said to be started till September. This corridor will be going through the sea as well. Let us know that the approval of the Nagpur-Mumbai project is also in the final process.
Work may start up to 2021
According to some reports, this prime minister can start work on this ambitious project by 2021. It has been targeted to be completed by 2031. Bullet train from Delhi to Varanasi will travel via Greater Noida, Aligarh, Lucknow, Sultanpur and Jaunpur. It is being said that Rs 52,680 crore is spent on this corridor. At the same time, the cost of 1474.5 km track between Delhi and Kolkata is being reported as 1.21 lakh crore.



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