Bids invited for Design and Construction of Civil and Buildings Works of Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail

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The National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has invited bids for Design and Construction of Civil and Buildings Works including Testing and Commissioning on Design-Build Lump sum price basis for Double line high speed Railway for Mumbai Underground Station, cut & Cover Tunnel and Shaft-1 from MAHSR km.-0.255 to km 0.775 at Bandra-Kurla Complex in the State of Maharashtra for the Project for Construction of Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail (Package No. MAHSR-C-1).

The Government of India has received a loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) towards the cost of the Project for Construction of Mumbai – Ahmedabad High Speed Rail. 

International Competitive Bidding will be conducted in accordance with JICA’s Single Stage (“Two Envelope”) Bidding Procedure.

Bidding will be conducted through procedures in accordance with the applicable Guidelines for Procurement under Japanese ODA Loans and is open to all Bidders from eligible source countries.

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About Mumbai–Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Corridor:

  • The first High Speed Rail corridor to be implemented in the Country, with technical and financial assistance of Government of Japan, has been identified from Mumbai to Ahmedabad.
  • With total 12 stations in the States of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli, the corridor will have a length of 508.17 Km.
  • High speed rail will cover 155.76 kms in the state of Maharashtra (7.04 Kms in Mumbai sub-urban, 39.66 kms in Thane district & 109.06 kms in Palghar district), 4.3 kms in union territory of Dadra & Nagar Haveli and 348.04 kms in the state of Gujarat.
  • High speed rail will be operating at a speed of 320 Km/hr at an elevated (10 to 15 m) track above the ground on a viaduct all along except 26 kms in Mumbai, which will be underground.
  • All stations will be elevated except Bandra Kurla Complex station (Mumbai), which will be underground.

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