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Upgradation of Indian Railways - Are we on the right track?

Upgradation of Indian Railways - Are we on the right track?

Wednesday, 7th April
16:30 - 17:30 | Indian Standard Time (GMT+5:30)

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Pedro Nicolau
Pedro Nicolau
Pedro Nicolau
Global Head of Infrastructure & India
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Pedro Nicolau is a Partner and the Global Head of Infrastructure and Portfolio Director for India at GRI Group. He leads the infrastructure division which is active in Latin America, India, China, and the USA. He also leads the real estate activities in India with a local team based in Mumbai. Prior to GRI, Pedro worked for Clarion Events Brazil in the Transportation, Mobility, and Sanitation portfolio. He has a bachelor degree in International Affairs at Unesp (São Paulo State University).
Surekha Mahajan
Surekha Mahajan
Director - InfrastructureGRI Club
The Indian Railways has been on a transformational journey over the past few years and upgradation of it’s infrastructure remains a core focus area for the railways. For the year 2021-22, the Indian Railways has set a target of constructing 2,400 km new lines, doubling and gauge conversion projects along with electrification of 6,000 km of railway line. Upgradation of railway stations and development of high-speed train networks is on the agenda. ​​​​​

Discussion will touch on:
  • Is the progress so far adequate to attract large private investments?
  • How will the Infra upgrade impact urban transport challenges?
  • Can asset monetisation effectively create funds for planned capital expenditure?

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