Delhi – Varanasi HSR’s Final Alignment Design attracts four firms

Four design and engineering firms have submitted bids to prepare the final alignment design including an aerial LiDAR survey for the Detailed Project Report (DPR) of the upcoming 865 km Delhi – Varanasi High-Speed Rail (DVHSR Bullet Train) corridor which connects both cities through 12 stations.

LiDAR survey is a laser-based surveying technique for rapid and accurate collection of topographic data, and will aid in finalizing the final alignment of this new high-speed rail line in northern India.

National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) originally invited bids for this service in February, cancelled the tender in early July, and then re-invited bids in mid-July with a completion period of 150 days and estimated cost of Rs. 19.57 crore.

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