Bullet Train Station Ahmedabad Terminal: The first bullet train station in the country is ready. Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has shared pictures of the first bullet train terminal built at the Sabarmati Multimodal Transport Hub in Ahmedabad. This bullet train station is located inside the Sabarmati Multi-modal Transit Hub.
The station building is decorated with large steel murals depicting Gandhiji’s journey to Dandi. Due to this, the design of this building has been kept very attractive. A unique blend of cultural heritage with modern architecture is visible during the construction of the bullet train station. Bullet Train Station Ahmedabad Terminal
The work of the bullet train running between Mumbai and Ahmedabad is being completed rapidly. The work of bullet train in Gujarat part is now reaching a very advanced stage.
The bullet train running up to Mumbai will remain connected to all modes of transport. According to the NHSRCL report, the Sabarmati Multi Modal Transit Hub has been constructed as an outstanding architectural structure by connecting two towers. It is built in a plot area of 3.6 hectares. It has a super built-up area of 5,79,980 sq.ft. 1300 vehicles can be parked at this station. Spread over 4,36,638 sqft, this parking will be automatic.
Terminal for India’s first bullet train!
📍Sabarmati multimodal transport hub, Ahmedabad pic.twitter.com/HGeoBETz9x
— Ashwini Vaishnaw (@AshwiniVaishnaw) December 7, 2023
The rivers include Par and Auranga in Valsad, Purna, Mindhola, Ambika and Vengania rivers in Navsari district. With the completion of the project, Mumbai and Ahmedabad will be connected by a 508 km double-line track, covering the distance between the two cities in just 2.07 hours. The Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor project is being built at a cost of around Rs 1,08,000 crore. According to forecasts released by the government, 81 percent of the project cost is financed by Japanese loans at an interest rate of 0.1 percent.Bullet Train Station Ahmedabad Terminal