NEW DELHI: Trains manufactured by Spanish firm Talgo may soon undertake trial runs at speeds between 160 and 200 kmph on the existing tracks on the Delhi-Mumbai route. Depending upon the results of the trial runs, the railways will consider introduction of high speed trains on other routes too, a senior Railway Ministry official said.
Indian Railways is on modernisation path.. Mr. Prabhu is really working hard to make things happen all he need is support from we Indians..
What happened to MAKE IN INDIA?
If India waits for that moment, it will never developed. Namo never said Make In India only.
completely agree with u
Devindra Kumar Jain
Don't jump the gun. First these trains using different technology will be tested through trial runs and if successful manufacture will be undertaken up in phases in India. Rome was not built in a day.
Good attempt ,but safety ,security and cleans are the most important
high speed trains need of the hour..time is money in todays world
Abhay Kumar Pradhan
Very good, in stead of ,going by Plane, it takes almost 6 hours ( including check in time ,security check time ,boarding time & to & fro conveyance charges ) why not go by train which only takes 12 hours with comfortable & less risk less journey
if successful, this will have more meaningful impact than a bullet train
very good but a matter of safety is there in India
Good move do it quickly and if successful implement it all around india