Published On:June 24 2024
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Dhadhar River Bridge Construction for Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train Project Completed

The construction of a bridge over the Dhadhar river in Gujarat's Vadodara district has been completed, marking a significant milestone in the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train project. The National High Speed Rail Corporation Ltd (NHSRCL) announced on Saturday that the 120-meter bridge features three full-span girders of 40 meters each and several circular piers ranging from 16 to 20 meters in height and 4 to 5 meters in diameter.

Located between Bharuch and Vadodara, the bridge is one of 24 river bridges along the Bullet Train corridor, with 20 in Gujarat and four in Maharashtra.

According to a press statement, "The construction of seven river bridges has already been completed. These rivers are Par, Puma, Mindhola, Ambika, Auranga, Venganiya, and Mohar."

Indian Railways has previously announced that the first phase of the bullet train project, running between Surat and Bilimora in Gujarat, is expected to be operational by 2026.


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