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INDIA: Dedicated Freight Corridor Corp of India Ltd has awarded the railway systems contract for the 343 km Bhaupur (Kanpur) – Khurja section of the 1 840 km Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor to the AIL-ATSA joint venture of Alstom companies.
This design-and-build lump sum contract announced on July 23 is worth Rs14·97bn and includes 25 kV AC electrification, signalling, axle-counters and GSM-R, as well as a control centre, depots and other associated buildings.
The work is funded by the World Bank. The Ministry of Railways said the civil works being undertaken under a separate contract are ‘progressing at a fast pace’, with opening of the Bhaupur – Khurja section planned for 2018.
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