India’s first and fastest

Our Heavy Civil Infrastructure (HCI) and Transportation Infrastructure (TI) are executing certain sections of India’s first High-Speed Rail Corridor, the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail (MAHSR). As part of the C4 package, HCI will be constructing a 237.1 km stretch involving viaducts, stations, major river bridges, depots, and other auxiliary works. This package represents 46.6% of the total length of the corridor making it the longest amongst all the packages and it will run elevated from Zaroli Village on the Maharashtra – Gujarat border to Vadodara Station through 4 stations at Vapi, Bilimora, Surat and Bharuch in Gujarat.

TI will be building the C6 package, an 87.569 km stretch representing 17.2% of the total length, running elevated from the outskirts of Vadodara to the outskirts of Ahmedabad in the State of Gujarat with one station at Anand / Nadiad. The package involves viaducts, one station, major river bridges, maintenance depots, and other auxiliary works.

The approximately 508 km project will cover 155.76 kms in the State of Maharashtra, 4.3 kms in the Union Territory of Dadra & Nagar Haveli and 348.04 kms in the State of Gujarat with 12 stations en route. Upon completion, the High-Speed Rail will operate at a speed of 320 Kmph, covering the entire distance in approximately 2 hours with limited stops and in 3 hours with all stops.