NHSRCL awards last package contract of bullet train project

The National High Speed Rail Corporation (NHSRCL) undertaking the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project declared that it has awarded the last civil package (C3) contract for the 135-km stretch between Shilphata and Zaroli village on the Maharashtra-Gujarat Border. The alignment includes seven tunnels and the longest bridge of 2 km over the Vaitarna River in Maharashtra.

With this, all three civil packages of the Maharashtra portion: Construction of Mumbai (Bandra Kurla Complex) station (C1), 21 km of tunnel, including 7 km undersea tunnel (C2) and 135 km of alignment (C3), have been awarded.

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