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Bullet train or Better trains - What does India need?

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" Hello everyone! I see everyone here is worried about how bullet trains will be more helpful in contrast to better trains. Yes I absolutely agree with the fact that our trains need a lot of improvement, from quality of service to adherence to schedules. But the Railways is a separate company which has now targeted to compete with air travel, which is not only comfortable but also fast. Therefore, it makes sense for the railway company to think about posh fast trains. This is why to compete against airways and also enter simultaneously into the High Speed Railway world, Indian Railways is thinking about introducing bullet trains. As far as better trains are concerned, Railways are not blind either, so they know already where our normal train services need improvement. Therefore they have taken multiple measures already to improve the situation, like introduction of safer and better LHB coaches, introduction of more premium trains like Humsafar Express, introduction of Vande Bharat Express as a long distance air conditioned EMU train that can run at 160 kmph, and so on. They have also taken multiple attempts to reduce accident related deaths by removing all manned/unmanned railway crossings, use of blue lights in EMU trains in Mumbai to prevent people from boarding an about-to depart train and so on. The train speeds are going to be increased by electrification and conversion to EMU trains. They have started AC local in Mumbai, a first for India. All these have been done under the Make in India initiative, which leads to growth of our economy. However to improve the service quality, some trains like the Tejas Express will be operated in PPP model of business. Thus it is entirely wrong to say that Indian government is only focussing on high speed rail. High speed rail is one tool that will lead to our economic growth in future, so the railways are giving equal importance to bullet trains and better trains. Thank you. "



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" Hello everyone! I see everyone here is worried about how bullet trains will be more helpful in contrast to better trains. Yes I absolutely agree with the fact that our trains need a lot of improvement, from quality of service to adherence to schedules. But the Railways is a separate company which has now targeted to compete with air travel, which is not only comfortable but also fast. Therefore, it makes sense for the railway company to think about posh fast trains. This is why to compete against airways and also enter simultaneously into the High Speed Railway world, Indian Railways is thinking about introducing bullet trains. As far as better trains are concerned, Railways are not blind either, so they know already where our normal train services need improvement. Therefore they have taken multiple measures already to improve the situation, like introduction of safer and better LHB coaches, introduction of more premium trains like Humsafar Express, introduction of Vande Bharat Express as a long distance air conditioned EMU train that can run at 160 kmph, and so on. They have also taken multiple attempts to reduce accident related deaths by removing all manned/unmanned railway crossings, use of blue lights in EMU trains in Mumbai to prevent people from boarding an about-to depart train and so on. The train speeds are going to be increased by electrification and conversion to EMU trains. They have started AC local in Mumbai, a first for India. All these have been done under the Make in India initiative, which leads to growth of our economy. However to improve the service quality, some trains like the Tejas Express will be operated in PPP model of business. Thus it is entirely wrong to say that Indian government is only focussing on high speed rail. High speed rail is one tool that will lead to our economic growth in future, so the railways are giving equal importance to bullet trains and better trains. Thank you. "



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" As we know india is one among the fastest growing economy. we were done great deals in the sector of defence, energy resouces and make in india projects. but somewhere we are lagging behind in sector of railways, this is proved by various disasterous event happened with in the sector which ruins the life of many people. so instead of taking knowledge from past event we are just doing one more blunder. by spending rupess one lakh corer on mumbai ahemdabad bullet train corridor. in my opinion there is no need of such corridors at present. at present we have to concentrate to improve the error and technical as well man made deformities and make train journey suitable to each and every class of people. "



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" In my opinion better train is required now but a bullet train is need of future "



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" "Smart country is much needed instead of a smart City"... having said the statement i am considering better and safe trains are highly needed in India. As we all know in the last month, in a consecutive 3 weeks 3 trains incident occurred out of which two train had been derailed from the track and one train in Odisha went through a wrong track. These all are happening due to three major issues like poor railway track, Technical issues of the trail and most and unacceptable error i.e human errors/mistakes. Here i am putting a big statement which i should not; "no doubt we are bringing the most fastest and bullet train from the most technological country like Japan but driver will be the same POOR INDIAN... will be operated by such drunken humans". By concluding my statement, i just want to say instead of investing 1.40 lakh Cr. rupees (An esteimated value given by Ex. Railway minister Sri. Suresh Prabhu ji) in bullet train and making India a debtor for the next fifty years, Govt. should spend 1.10 lakh Cr. rupees to bring better and safety train rides in INDIA. "



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" India is a developing country and has a high growth potential to stand high among other countries, but more importantly it has to use its resources wisely to manage the infrastructres that we already have. The existing Indian railways lack maintainance. So, the focus sould be more on improving the quality of these railways first as these are used by maximum part of the population to coomte inspite of the income distribution where as the Bullet trains would only be afforded by the high or middle income grouped people. Also the existing railways has covered substantial geographical areas so we must focus on these so that the passegers can have a quality service and of course we can move towards the development of Bullet Trains after we have managed the existing. "



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" India is a developing country and has a high growth potential to stand high among other countries, but more importantly it has to use its resources wisely to manage the infrastructres that we already have. The existing Indian railways lack maintainance. So, the focus sould be more on improving the quality of these railways first as these are used by maximum part of the population to coomte inspite of the income distribution where as the Bullet trains would only be afforded by the high or middle income grouped people. Also the existing railways has covered substantial geographical areas so we must focus on these so that the passegers can have a quality service and of course we can move towards the development of Bullet Trains after we have managed the existing. "



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