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Dedicated freight corridor for Indian railways. Eastern & Western corridor

Dedicated freight corridor for Indian railways. Eastern & Western corridor

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    • Dedicated Freight Corridor
      ShallyRathi
    • Introduction
      A Special Purpose vehicle under the Ministry Of Railway
      Consist of 2 Corridor:
      - Eastern Corridor
      - Western Corridor
      Covering about 2762 route-km on two corridors
      India being developing country, need for Transport system
    • Project at a Glance
    • Project at a Glance
    • Estimated Cost For DFC
      Items Excluded from DFC Project Cost
    • Project Funding
      Project funded by a combination of debt from bilateral/multilateral agencies and equity from Ministry of Railways
      The capital structure of DFCCIL will entail a debt equity ratio of 2:1
      For the Western corridor, the Government of Japan will provide a loan to meet about 67% of the construction cost
      The Eastern Corridor is proposed for funding from multilateral agencies such as the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank
    • Project Phasing
      Western Corridor
      Phase I Rewari- Vadodara (920 Kms) 2009- 2016
      Phase II Vadodara- JNPT(430Kms) 2010-2017
      Phase III Rewari – Dadri(140 Kms) 2010-2017
      Eastern Corridor  
      Phase I Sonenagar -Mugalsarai 2009-2016
      Phase II Mughalsarai-Khurja (710 kms) 2010-2016
      Phase III Khurja-Ludhiana (Dandarikalan) 2011-2017
    • Environmental and Social Considerations
      Relative high concerns on railway noise and vibration for residents
      Impact to livelihood for farmers
    • Benefits from DFC
      Acceleration of nationwide development
      Promotion of Industry
      Promotion of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
      Improvement Of living Standard