Commission Railways Safety, which is an independent body, will check the data sent by Indian railways. If they are satisfied, then Railways can proceed to the final hurdle of procurement.

"We have proved the concept that we can achieve that speed, now data needs to be analysed," said Railways spokesperson Anil Saxena.
The railways will collate the results of technical and speed tests to determine whether to buy the Talgo coaches.

Aiming to reduce the travel time between Delhi and Mumbai to less than 12 hours, the final trial run of Delhi-Mumbai Talgo train at 150 km per hour speed was started on Saturday from New Delhi. Spanish Talgo train started at 2.45 PM from New Delhi station on September 10 and scheduled to reach at Mumbai at 2.29 AM early Sunday morning.

Talgo train with nine coaches aims to reach the destination in 11 hours and 44 minutes at 150 km per hour speed in its final trial. Meanwhile, the Talgo train reached Mumbai on Thursday 18 minutes late in its third trial. Travelling 1,384 km stretch between New Delhi and Mumbai, the train at 140 km per hour speed reached 3.15 AM instead of scheduled arrival at 2.57 AM. Talgo aims to reduce travel time between Delhi-Mumbai by four hours. Currently, the super-fast Rajdhani Express train takes around 16 hours between New Delhi and Mumbai.