Bullet train fares to be same as normal ones: CM Fadnavis
MUMBAIi: The Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train fares will be comparable to conventional railway fares, chief minister Devendra Fadnavis told the legislative council on Friday. He was responding to a calling attention motion by Sanjay Dutt (Congress).
Dutt claimed 67% of the high speed route would be in Gujarat yet Maharashtra's financial share was equal to that of the neighbouring state and demanded a cost benefit analysis. "An IIM study says the bullet train will have to make 100 rounds and ferry one lakh commuters daily for it to be viable," Dutt said. Fadnavis said economic viability had been checked.
ash - Location - 2 days ago
question is will indians respect the bullet train ????????........ the high quality mumbai - goa train has seen the LED screens scratched , broken or stolen , taps from bathroom stolen ...... even leaving train filthy with spilled food and drink ........... i dread to think their behaviour on bullet train .......... indians are not used to top calss facilities as they are used to third class filthy trains / facilities ......... i have seen this behaviour when i was staying at 4 star hotel ....... the behaviour was atrocious ....... filthy uncouth manners ........... they may have money but no manners or etiquate ........
Marlyn - Gurugram - 1 day ago
2 ignorant idiots. discuss a topic they know nothing about
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Shree Subhadra - 1 day ago
Okay. It depends on demand supply factors...Good to hear that it may not be costly..
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Moses Cardoz - 1 day ago
Bullet train fares will definitely go up when completed