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Arun
6 years ago

coorg route also has difficult forest cover and requires new line from krishnarajanagara. to kasargod which requires ~200km new line. Nilambur route requires only 137 km new line from Nanajangud to nilambur. It can catter to both routes from south and north side of kerala. Please think raationally

sajith balachandran
6 years ago

A railway line from Thalassery to Mysore passing through coorg will benefit the farmers as well as the large plantations. The farm produce (like coffee, spices,flowers,herbs etc) can be transported by rail and exported through the new International airport coming up at Kannur as well as through the Azhikal port. I do not think there is much forest cover in this route (can be verified using google maps) when compared to the proposed Nanjangud-Nilambur railway line which has to pass through wildlife sanctuaries like Bandipur for which getting environmental clearance is nearly impossible. I do not think that a railway… Read more »