The National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) sunk the first segment at a casting yard near Navsari in Gujarat, as part of the construction activities of the future high speed train corridor between Mumbai and Ahmedabad. The segments will be stitched together to form spans, which will be used at places where full span launch is not possible due to site constraints, according to NHSRCL – responsible for development, execution and maintenance. of the high-speed train project.
The segments are 11.90 to 12.4 meters long, 2.1 to 2.5 m wide, 3.40 meters deep and weigh about 60 tonnes. 19 of those segments will have a range of 45 meters, according to the NHSRCL.
With activities such as the installation of segments in casting yards, casting beams and jetty reinforcement works undertaken by the authorities – the high-speed train project is currently in various stages of construction. Here are some of the latest construction activities for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train corridor.
The first segment of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad HSR corridor was sunk yesterday in a casting yard near Navsari. These segments are 11.90 to 12.4 m long, 2.1 to 2.5 m wide and 3.40 m deep and weigh approximately. 60 MT, 19 of these segments will have a range of 45 m. https://t.co/yP9nNw46i2
– NHSRCL (@nhsrcl) October 1, 2021
Recently, it was reported that work is being done for casting beams at a casting yard near Surat for the construction of the high-speed train. The concrete beams of the project viaduct will generally be 35 to 40 meters long and weigh several hundred tons.
Preparations are underway for casting beams at a casting yard near Surat for the Mumbai Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor (MAHSR). The concrete beams of the MAHSR viaduct will generally be 35 to 40 m in length and weigh several hundred tons. pic.twitter.com/a2eD0qBZsA
– NHSRCL (@nhsrcl) September 30, 2021
In addition, a number of pillars are in various stages of construction for the high-speed rail corridor. Jetty reinforcement work is underway near Vasald, Gujarat. The high-speed train will operate mainly on viaducts, located 10-15 meters above ground level.
A number of pillars are in various stages of construction for the MAHSR Corridor. We see in the photo a construction site of reinforcement of piers in progress near Valsad (Gujarat). The high-speed train will run mainly over viaducts located 10-15 m above the ground. #MASHR#BullettrainIndiapic.twitter.com/ihAPbz19a4
– NHSRCL (@nhsrcl) September 29, 2021
The 508 km long Mumbai-Ahmedabad high-speed train corridor will operate at a speed of 320 km / h and will pass through areas of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Dadra and Nagar Haveli – once ready for services. The total distance between the two major cities is expected to be covered in two or three hours with stops at 12 stations along the way.