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Cabinet nod for Semi hi-speed rail alignment

Thiruvananthapuram: The Cabinet has given its clearance for the alignment of the ambitious ₹56,443-crore semi-high speed rail (SHSR) corridor from Kochuveli to Kasaragod for traversing the 532-km in four hours.
The third and fourth railway lines of the State will be away from the existing one in the 300-km Kochuveli-Shoranur section and parallel to the existing line from Thirunavaya to Kasaragod with railway bypasses at Vadakara and Thalaserry. It will traverse 11 districts, except Alappuzha, Idukki and Wayanad.
The alignment mooted in the feasibility report by the Paris-based engineering and consulting group Systra was presented to the Ministers on Wednesday morning by V. Ajith Kumar, Managing Director, Kerala Railway Development Corporation Limited (KRDCL), the special purpose vehicle (SPV) set up to execute ‘viable’ projects on a cost-sharing basis between the State and Railways.
The Cabinet has given its clearance for the alignment of the ambitious ₹56,443-crore semi-high speed rail (SHSR) corridor from Kochuveli to Kasaragod for traversing the 532-km in four hours.
The third and fourth railway lines of the State will be away from the existing one in the 300-km Kochuveli-Shoranur section and parallel to the existing line from Thirunavaya to Kasaragod with railway bypasses at Vadakara and Thalaserry. It will traverse 11 districts, except Alappuzha, Idukki and Wayanad.
The alignment mooted in the feasibility report by the Paris-based engineering and consulting group Systra was presented to the Ministers on Wednesday morning by V. Ajith Kumar, Managing Director, Kerala Railway Development Corporation Limited (KRDCL), the special purpose vehicle (SPV) set up to execute ‘viable’ projects on a cost-sharing basis between the State and Railways.

 

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