The Diamond Quadrilateral Network of High-Speed Rail Corridor Across the Country

The Rail Budget presented by Railway Minister to increase the speed of trains in select sectors to 160-200 km/h and also identified 12 sectors for high speed bullet train projects across the country. Higher speed for existing super fast trains can be achieved by upgrading the present rail network but bullet trains will require completely new infrastructure and Indian Railways is on its way to fulfill that long cherished dream of every Indian. Image Source:

Proposed High-Speed Bullet Train Corridors in India



Mumbai–Ahmedabad high-speed rail corridor is the first proposed high-speed rail corridor in India, connecting the two cities of Mumbai and Ahmedabad. The 650 km long high speed rail corridor will be India’s first high speed rail line.

Bangalore – Mysore

Mumbai- Nagpur

Howrah – Haldia

Delhi – Kolkata

Delhi – Amritsar

Delhi – Jodhpur

Rajkot – Veraval

Hyderabad – Chennai

Ahmedabad – Dwarka

Chennai – Thiruvananthapuram

Thiruvananthapuram – Mangalore

Thiruvananthapuram–Mangalore high-speed passenger corridor is proposed high-speed rail corridor, connecting the capital city of Thiruvananthapuram with Mangalore. The 630-kilometre-long high-speed corridor will be build over the 2-track high-speed elevated and underground rail lines.

Semi High-Speed Rail Corridor

Recently the first high-speed trial was held between the New Delhi and Agra stations and top speed achieved was 160 km/hr.Semi High-Speed Rail Corridor are plans are to start these trains on Delhi- Bhopal/Chandigarh/Kanpur and Lucknow sections.

Delhi – Agra

Delhi – Bhopal

Delhi – Kanpur

Delhi – Mumbai

Delhi – Lucknow

Delhi – Chandigarh

High-Speed Rail Corporation of India Limited -High-Speed Rail Corridor

As per Expert Group for Modernization of Indian Railways, List of identified High-Speed rail corridors which detailed studies has been completed and Undertake detailed studies for 6 other High Speed rail corridors already identified.

Howrah-Haldia (135 km)

Ernakulam-Trivandrum (194 km)

Pune-Mumbai-Ahmedabad (650 km)

Delhi-Chandigarh-Amritsar (450 km)

Delhi-Jaipur-Ajmer-Jodhpur (591 km)

Delhi-Agra-Lucknow-Varanasi-Patna (991 km)

Hyderabad-Dornakal-Vijayawada-Chennai (664 km)

Chennai-Bangalore-Coimbatore-Ernakulam (850 km)


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    Trains should be designed,run like Japanese bluet trains with atomic power station as such in japan.Lakshmi machine tool works
    at Coimbatore has started aeronautical company they will get sheet metal set up you can give out side cover attachment to that
    company.all over India engineering companies has orders down you can take this as major project and give manufacturing to all
    private companies.

  • Vinoth Vino Vinoth says:

    give Facebook link we will good design and suggestions.

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