The drifting undersea tunnel would include 2 curved concrete tubes, submerged listed below the surface of the Arabian Sea.
The Fujairah-Mumbai Tunnel & & Subsea Ultra Speed Train Line Project is currently at the Concept phase.
The immersed tubes would be support by being connected to pontoons on the surface area of the sea or vertical tethers to the sea floor.
There would suffice spaces between the pontoons to allow ships to go through.
The tubes would be positioned underwater, deep enough to prevent water traffic and weather.
The project is implied to connect the UAE and the other GCC nations for the very first time with India by means of a Tunnel and an Ultra Speed subsea railway line; with the objective of enhancing the Bilateral Trade between the two countries.
The Main benefits from Project are:
1. Commute Passengers, Tourists & & employees Between the UAE (in addition to other GCC Countries) and India
2. Export Oil From Fujairah Port To India through a Pipeline
3. Import water from Narmada River North of Mumbai (it is well noted that The Narmada River is flooding during monsoon season; excess water can exported to the UAE )
4. Transport Goods & & commodities in between both nations.
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National Advisor Bureau Limited
Future Train stations may consist of the port city of Karachi in Pakistan & & Muscat the capital city of Oman.
It is anticipated that the job will help increase the trade and the influx of travelers from both sides.
The speed of train is set to be 1000 km/h, the 1826km distance between Mumbai to Fujairah station can be covered within 2hrs.
Future plan includes a making a provision for roadway to be built within the drifting tunnel for cars and truck transport; in addition to & & Floating Hotel and shopping centre fuel stations at the middle of the Arabian Sea were commuters can go shopping and rest.
The National Advisor Bureau limited is a consultancy company based in Masdar city in Abu Dhabi, the firm Specialized on Creative and Innovative Projects such as the UAE– Iceberg Project (Http://www.Icebergs.World ).