Rail transport in Bhutan

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India-Bhutan proposed Railway
0Km Siliguri
86km Banarhat
Samtse Bhutan
126km Hasimara
18KmPhuentsholing Bhutan
232km Kokrajhar
70KmGelephu Bhutan
325km Pathsala
40KmNaglam Bhutan
365km Rangla
60KmDarranga Samdurpbngkar Bhutan

As of 2013, Bhutan did not have any railways.

Bhutan and India have signed an MOU to connect Bhutan with the Indian Railways network. Further progress was reported in March 2006.[1]

On January 25, 2005, the King and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh agreed to carry out a feasibility study for rail links. Possible routes are Hasimara–Phuentsholing with a branch to Pasaka (18 km); Kokrajhar–Gelephu (70 km); Pathsala–Naglam (40 km); Rangla–Darranga–Samdrupjongkar (60 km); and Banarhat–Samtse.[2]

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