Indian Railways is set to invite bid in April to redevelop New Delhi and Mumbai stations into world class standards under the station redevelopment programme, reports LiveMint.
The information was given by Railway Board chairman V K Yadav who was speaking at the 7th PHD Global Rail Convention 2020.
He stated that modernisation gives an integrated approach for enhancing capacity of Indian railway ecosystem through multi-tracking railway connectivity across the country.
"Under the station redevelopment programme, our target is to redevelop stations without investing any money from the government. It has to be redeveloped into world class standards. We have finalised a few bids. Some bids have been invited. I am happy to inform you that the list includes New Delhi and Mumbai railway stations. The bids for them will be invited by April," he was quoted as saying as per report.
Yadav further enumerated that prioritising projects is the crucial element to achieve the target of development of railway ecosystem.
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