Underwater Train in India by 2023

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Underwater Train in India Will Be Operational By March 2023;

Train travels are nothing less than adventures in India. And to add to the experience, Kolkata’s first underwater train will soon be operational. Take a ride in India’s first underwater train by March 2023. It is just a few more months before this revolutionary train starts functioning in Kolkata. And, we can already anticipate the excitement among Kolkata folks and its tourists for taking a ride on India’s first underwater train!

Underwater Train In India Will Be Operational By March 2023 in Hoogly River

The underwater train will be functional under Kolkata’s Hoogly River. Twin tunnels will be built underneath the Hoogly River. These tunnels will be 1.4 m wide. To prevent water from entering the tunnels, there will be hydrophilic gaskets. India’s first underwater train has had an investment worth of ₹8600 crores. And, the good news is, that the underwater train will be functional by March next year.

Kolkata also had new underground stations inaugurated. There are also additional plans of adding metro stations at Esplanade, Mahakaran, Howrah, and Howrah Maidan.

The construction of the metro tunnels has been undertaken by the Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation.

Also, did we mention that Kolkata’s underwater train tunnel is being compared to the mega Eurostar? The Eurostar connects Europe with more than 100 destinations, including Paris, Belgium, the Netherlands and more. Eurostar had started functioning way back in 1994.

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After Kolkata, It’s Will Be Assam

In Assam’s venture, a submerged rail course, as well as a street, will be useful. A measure of ₹7000 crores will be put resources into this venture which will be developed on the Brahmaputra stream. These passages won’t just associate Assam yet portions of Arunachal Pradesh as well. It is assessed that a normal time span of 2.5 years will be expected for the submerged train course and street to be useful.

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