The final hearing to establish if a Spanish Talgo sight can condense a tour between Delhi and Mumbai by 4 hours, delivering passengers during only underneath 12 hours to their destination, will be conducted today.
The sight will leave from New Delhi hire during 2:45 p.m. and is scheduled to strech Mumbai during 2.29 a.m. early morning subsequent day, while using during 150 km per hour in a final trial.
Nine super light-weight coaches made by Spanish organisation Talgo, that can strike 200 km per hour, were alien to Mumbai in April.
Meanwhile, a Talgo sight reached Mumbai currently 18 mins late in a third trial.
Travelling 1,384 km widen between New Delhi and Mumbai, a sight during 140 km per hour speed reached 3.15 a.m. instead of scheduled attainment during 2.57 a.m.
The Indian Railways had conducted a initial hearing run of Talgo trains on a Bareilly-Moradabad widen in Uttar Pradesh, followed by a second hearing run was conducted on a Palwal-Mathura territory of a North-Central Railway.