- Oct 6, 2016
बुलेट ट्रेन के Elevated Track के Viaduct का काम शुरू, देखिए कैसे बन रहा है High-speed Railway Track
I think once the DFCs are up-and-running within the next several years, the commercial lines will be decongested and will skyrocket to 160kmphs. Then after that is the next step: bullet train. Also the average speed may be artificially lower because it incorporates slow local trains in Mumbai and stuff but I'm not sureDuring a random browsing on Indian Railways I came across some shocking data.
Majority of our train runs at a average speed of 50- 60 Kmph till today.
When I compared with China. They decided to implement speed up campaign in 90's to increase the average speed from 48 kmph to 160 kmph. Today they have a massive HSR lines.
On the other hand we are still not started upgrading the tracks across the country except in few pockets.
Also we launch Trains with one aim and then it become a other thing. Eg. Duronto started as source to destination , now have multiple stops. Antodaya envisioned as pure UR train but now they become another superfast train with (56 KMPH) Avg speed.
Also we have somewhat a long route for a same destination while short distance routes need to be implemented.
Our classification of Trains become muddy in current times since there is no big difference.
Actually it was Passenger service which started to slowdown the Freight hence IR started to loose money on logistics due to competition from Trucks. But now DFCCIL will bring the revenue back to IR. Passenger train can be ran without too much traffic.idea is shifting of goods trains to DFC's will relieve some pressure on passenger trains. and the current dfc costs 1lakh crore.
raising avg speed country wide is a costly and long affair.
I think once the DFCs are up-and-running within the next several years, the commercial lines will be decongested and will skyrocket to 160kmphs. Then after that is the next step: bullet train. Also the average speed may be artificially lower because it incorporates slow local trains in Mumbai and stuff but I'm not sure
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