Industry Analysis Vittarth

Indian Railway Industry

Indian Railways is the fourth largest transportation railway line in the world. Private sector companies are being encouraged to participate in rail projects, which were largely in the public domain. The cabinet approved ‘participative models for rail-connectivity and capacity augmented projects’, which allowed private ownership of some railway lines. India will build its first railway station inside a tunnel at a height of 3,000 meters and length of 27 km on Bilaspur – Manali -Leh line in Himachal Pradesh.
Indian Railways plan to run on 100 per cent electricity by 2024 and become a net-zero emission network by 2030.
The Adarsh station scheme was also launched by the government for the modernization of the railway station . Out of the total 1,253 railway stations identified under the scheme, over 1,050 have already been modernised.

Credits: Aayushi BhattHitesh Patel

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