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India’s Bullet Train Project to Introduce J-Slab Track System

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India’s Bullet Train Project to Introduce J-Slab Track System
The unique J-Slab track technology, a first in India, will be introduced by the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train project.

The groundbreaking J-Slab track system, the first of its kind in India, will be implemented as part of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train project. It is based on the Japanese Shinkansen track system. The project involves laying 704 km of track on viaducts, including two Bullet Train depots at Sabarmati and Surat, and spans 352 km across Gujarat and DNH. The track installation procedure is automated, with cutting-edge equipment built to Japanese standards.

Accepting the Make-in-India (MII) initiative, various machines are currently produced in the country. Gujarat has made significant progress, having already received three sets of track construction machines and approximately 35,000 MT of rails. For effective track building, the fleet consists of rail feeder cars, track slab laying cars, CAM laying vehicles, and flash butt welding machines. These machines are presently undergoing assembly, testing, and commissioning, which represents important advancements in the building of India’s high-speed rail system.

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