Soon 27 Superfast trains on Delhi-Mumbai  route will run at a speed of 130 kmph. At present, only 10 Rajdhani and Duronto Express are running at this speed.  The Delhi-Mumbai route is known as Rajdhani Route. On this route, 102 trains run daily through Kota Railway Division. These include 80 Mail Express and 22 passenger trains. To increase the speed of trains in Kota division, work is being done to strengthen the basic structure. Railway officials said that 27 Superfast Express trains will run at a speed of 130 kmph on Delhi-Mumbai route. Currently, these trains run at a speed of 110 kmph. The Railway Board has given a target till 31 March. But due to lack of LHB coaches in many Superfast trains, the deadline may slip by June.

All Superfast trains in the Kota Railway Division on the Delhi-Mumbai route can be operate only after the permission of Commissioner of Railway Safety. Kota Railway Division is preparing for it. CRS will look at the condition of tracks and bridges, if all goes well permission will be given. According to railway rules the commissioner inspects railway safety before increasing the speed of the train and running the train on the new railway line.
Indore-New Delhi Intercity, New Delhi-Indore Intercity, Bandra Terminus- Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Swaraj Express, Gandhidham-Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Sarvodaya Express, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi-Gandhidham Sarvodaya Express, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra-Jamnagar Sindhu Express, Goa Sampark Kranti, is expected to run at a speed of 130 kmph.

The Union Government has approved the Mission Raftaar. Under this, the speed of trains on Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah routes is to be increased from 130 to 160 kmph. 6685 crores has been approved to increase speed on the Delhi-Howrah route. At the same time, a budget of Rs 6806 has been approved to increase speed on Delhi-Mumbai route.