Land Measurement In 64 Villages For Pune-Nashik Semi High-speed Railway Project Completed
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Pune, 13th September 2021: The land measurement in 64 out of 101 villages for the Pune-Nashik Semi Highspeed Railway project has started at a fast pace. Out of 4,500 survey numbers, nearly 1,000 survey number search reports have been done. In this, 45 per cent of geo-technical survey work has been completed.
The 235 km route will pass through Pune, Ahmednagar and Nashik districts. For this, 1470 hectares of land in the Pune, Ahmednagar and Nashik districts will be acquired. In this, 575 hectares of land will have to be acquired for the railway from four talukas of Haveli, Khed, Junnar and Ambegaon in the Pune district.
Once completed, the route will have 24 stations and trains will run at a speed of 200 km/hr. The distance between Pune and Nashik will be covered in one hour 45 minutes.
The Railway has already submitted proposals regarding land acquisition. Proceedings are underway. Funds of Rs 1300 to 1500 crore are required for 575 hectares of land in the Pune district.
Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar recently reviewed the work of the Pune-Nashik semi high-speed railway line. Maharashtra State Railway Corporation informed in the meeting that the census in 64 villages was completed at that time.