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Sagarmala funds flagship project of Ro Pax Ferry Service in of Cambay,

As part of promoting coastal shipping in the country under Sagarmala programme, the has sanctioned the Capital Dredging Project for Ro Pax Ferry Services between Gogha & Dahej, in of Cambay in Gujarat. The Ministry released Rs 58.50 Crore as first installment of grant-inaid to Maritime Board (GMB). The total project cost is estimated to be Rs 234 Crore and of which 50% will be funded by Centre Government under the Sagarmala programme.

The project would result in reduction in motorable distance of 231 kms between Gogha & Dahej to mere 31 kms and reduce the travel time from 7 hours to 1 hour only by crossing the in Cambay in 17 Nautical Miles. The initiative would not only reduce the travel time but also result in savings in fuel, reduction in CO2 emission and reduction in road congestion.

The project is first of its kinds in India as it will be executed in the area of worlds 2nd highest tidal range. The project would open up new avenues in coastal shipping & tourism and help in socio-economic development of proximate areas. It would also help in utilisation of inland waterways through River Narmada for shipping goods from industries located upstream.

It is one of the flagship projects under Sagarmala which aims to increase share of waterways transportation in modal mix to 10 per cent from present level of 7 per cent by year 2025.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Sagarmala funds flagship project of Ro Pax Ferry Service in Gulf of Cambay, Gujarat

Sagarmala funds flagship project of Ro Pax Ferry Service in Gulf of Cambay, Gujarat
Sagarmala funds flagship project of Ro Pax Ferry Service in of Cambay,

As part of promoting coastal shipping in the country under Sagarmala programme, the has sanctioned the Capital Dredging Project for Ro Pax Ferry Services between Gogha & Dahej, in of Cambay in Gujarat. The Ministry released Rs 58.50 Crore as first installment of grant-inaid to Maritime Board (GMB). The total project cost is estimated to be Rs 234 Crore and of which 50% will be funded by Centre Government under the Sagarmala programme.

The project would result in reduction in motorable distance of 231 kms between Gogha & Dahej to mere 31 kms and reduce the travel time from 7 hours to 1 hour only by crossing the in Cambay in 17 Nautical Miles. The initiative would not only reduce the travel time but also result in savings in fuel, reduction in CO2 emission and reduction in road congestion.

The project is first of its kinds in India as it will be executed in the area of worlds 2nd highest tidal range. The project would open up new avenues in coastal shipping & tourism and help in socio-economic development of proximate areas. It would also help in utilisation of inland waterways through River Narmada for shipping goods from industries located upstream.

It is one of the flagship projects under Sagarmala which aims to increase share of waterways transportation in modal mix to 10 per cent from present level of 7 per cent by year 2025.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Sagarmala funds flagship project of Ro Pax Ferry Service in Gulf of Cambay, Gujarat

Sagarmala funds flagship project of Ro Pax Ferry Service in of Cambay,

As part of promoting coastal shipping in the country under Sagarmala programme, the has sanctioned the Capital Dredging Project for Ro Pax Ferry Services between Gogha & Dahej, in of Cambay in Gujarat. The Ministry released Rs 58.50 Crore as first installment of grant-inaid to Maritime Board (GMB). The total project cost is estimated to be Rs 234 Crore and of which 50% will be funded by Centre Government under the Sagarmala programme.

The project would result in reduction in motorable distance of 231 kms between Gogha & Dahej to mere 31 kms and reduce the travel time from 7 hours to 1 hour only by crossing the in Cambay in 17 Nautical Miles. The initiative would not only reduce the travel time but also result in savings in fuel, reduction in CO2 emission and reduction in road congestion.

The project is first of its kinds in India as it will be executed in the area of worlds 2nd highest tidal range. The project would open up new avenues in coastal shipping & tourism and help in socio-economic development of proximate areas. It would also help in utilisation of inland waterways through River Narmada for shipping goods from industries located upstream.

It is one of the flagship projects under Sagarmala which aims to increase share of waterways transportation in modal mix to 10 per cent from present level of 7 per cent by year 2025.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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