Strategic Insight into the Indian Rail Market

By 2020, the Indian Railways Will Invest Over $100 Billion to Create Transformational Digital Change

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This market insight provides an outlook of the growth opportunities for the rail industry in India. Ambitious government plans coupled with unprecedented levels of foreign investment are leading to a complete overhaul of the rail environment in India. Over 39 cities are planning to invest in expansive urban rail networks to address severe traffic congestion problems. High-speed rail and dedicated freight corridors are planned to separate passenger and freight traffic to increase operating efficiency.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Indian Rail Budget Top-of-Mind Issues to 2020
3. Dedicated Freight Corridors (DFCs)
4. High-Speed Rail (HSR) in India
5. Urban Transit Systems in India
6. Conclusion
7. References
8. Appendix
9. Legal Disclaimer
10. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. Rail Market: Dedicated Freight Corridors under Construction, India, 2015
2. Rail Market: Planned High-Speed Rail Systems by Region, India, 2015
3. Rail Market: List of Urban Rail Systems by Type, India, 2015
4. Rail Market: List of Bus Rapid Transit Systems, India, 2015


1. Rail Market: Freight and Passenger Utilization of Rail Networks, Global, 2015
2. Rail Market: Proposed Investment Plan in Railways, India, 2015–2020
3. Rail Market: Planned Investment in High-Speed Rail Systems by Region, India, 2015
4. Rail Market: Urban Rail Systems by Type, India, 2015



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