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Address: Ahmednagar Railway Station, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra 414001, India

Station Code: ANG

Station Name: AHMADNAGAR

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 149

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Gulbarga Railway Station, Gulbarga City, Karnataka 585102, India

Station Code: GR

Station Name: GULBARGA

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 212

Station Traffic: High


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16501ADI SBC EXPRESSANG10:15GR16:536:38W2A,3A,SL,
22602SNSI CHENNAI EXANG10:30GR16:536:23F2A,3A,SL,
12628KARNATAKA EXP ANG18:30GR01:587:28M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,
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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
No.535/2013-1415-12-2013
Secunderabad
Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Hon’ble Minister for Railways Lays Foundation Stone for Doubling of Rail Line between Matmari and Manthralayam Road Stations & Re-girdering of Tungabhadra Rail Bridge

Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Hon’ble Minister for Railways seen lighting the lamp


Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Hon’ble Minister for Railways seen addressing the gathering


Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Hon’ble Minister for Railways  seen Un-veiling the Plaque


                                                The Plaque

Shri Mallikarjun Kharge, Hon’ble Minister for Railways laid the foundation stone for Doubling of Rail Line between Matmari and Manthralayam Road Stations & Re-girdering of Tungabhadra Rail Bridge o­n Raichur-Guntakal Section of South Central Railway today i.e. 14thDecember 2013 at a function held at Matmari Railway Station, Raichur DistrictThe work forms a component of the important rail line doubling work o­n this section which serves the Mumbai-Chennai Rail corridor.

Addressing the large gathering, Shri Mallikarjun Kharge stated that Railways is according due priority to rail developmental initiatives, keeping in view the aspirations of the people and ensuring strengthening of rail infrastructure for enhanced services.  The laying of foundation stone for Doubling of Rail Line between Matmari and Manthralayam Road Stations & Re-girdering of Tungabhadra Rail Bridge marks a significant step in this direction, the Minister stressed. 

The estimated cost of Matmari-Manthralayam Road doubling work is Rs.19 crs and the work involves construction of 1 major bridge and 16 minor bridges to facilitate double line. It is the last block section to be taken up for doubling towards Raichur in Raichur-Guntakal patch doubling project, he informed.  The works of re-girdering of the Tungabhadra Rail Bridge also form part of Guntakal-Raichur patch doubling project and the estimated cost for these bridge related works is Rs.28 crs.  The total estimated cost of the entire project is Rs.65 crs and is targetted to be completed within a period of 18 months, the Minister added.  Shri Kharge, expressed confidence that doubling of this section will enhance the line capacity and will enable running of more number of trains o­n this route.

        Speaking o­n the potential for growth of rail traffic in North Karnataka, the Railway Minister said that the Railways has progressively been expanding its network and services in this area.  A new cross-border Railway line connecting Raichur to Gadwal in Andhra Pradesh was opened to traffic recently (on 12-10-2013).  This project of 59 kms was completed at an estimated cost of Rs.300 crs.   To meet the long pending demands of the people of Raichur area, two new express trains passing through Raichur have been introduced recently – o­ne between Bidar and Yesvanthapur & the other between Gulbarga and Bengaluru. These two trains             have enhanced the Rail connectivity from Raichur both towards Gulbarga/Bidar and the Capital, Bengaluru. 

Earlier, Shri P.K.Srivastava, General Manager, South Central Railway in his welcome address said that Commencement of works o­n doubling and re-girdering of a major Rail bridge between Matmari and Manthralayam Road Stations is a giant step  forward in the direction of increasing the line capacity o­n this saturated route, which is sure to enhance SCR’s traffic carrying potential.  He was thankful to the Railway Minister for his guidance in taking up this prestigious project. 

The General Manager added that, as part of this doubling project work, Matmari Railway Station will also be given a facelift.  The 2 existing low level platforms will be raised to high level. Platform shelters and foot over bridge will also be provided here.  In addition, a high level platform of 400 m length will also be developed at the nearby Hanumapura halt station for the convenience of the local people, the General Manager informed. 

Shri S. Pakkirappa, Hon’ble Member of Parliament, Raichur and Shri Shivaramagouda, Honble Member of Parliament, Koppal were amongst the dignitaries present o­n the occasion.

Doubling of Rail Line between Matmari and Manthralayam Road Stations & Re-girdering of Tungabhadra Rail Bridge

Salient Features

1. Raichur – Guntakal is an important Railway section connecting the two States of Karnataka (Raichur) and Andhra Pradesh (Guntakal). It is situated o­n the Mumbai - Chennai Rail route.  Out of a total length of 120 kms o­n Raichur – Guntakal section, doubling has so far been commissioned over 81 kms. Doubling works have been completed over 28 kms and will be commissioned in January, 2014. Works will be commenced here for the remaining stretch of 11 kms between Matmari-Manthralayam stations from today.

     Raichur – Guntakal patch doubling project (81 kms) is being executed by Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL).  Out of 81 kms of this project, work of doubling of 70 kms has been taken up  by RVNL and the remaining 11 kms stretch between Matmari-Manthralayam Road  is transferred to South Central Railway.

2. The estimated cost of Matmari-Manthralayam Road doubling work is Rs 19 crs. This work involves construction of 1 major bridge and 16 minor bridges to facilitate double line. It is the last block section to be taken up for doubling towards Raichur in Raichur-Guntakal patch doubling project.

3. At present, Matmari Railway Station handles around 200 originating passengers per day with an earnings of around Rs 16 lakhs per annum. 4 express trains and 4 passenger trains stop at this station providing connectivity to Bengaluru, Chennai, Mumbai, Nanded, Gulbarga and Solapur etc.  As part of this doubling work,  Matmari Railway Station will be provided with a new station building, two high level platforms,  each of 550 m length; passenger shelters o­n both platforms and  a foot over bridge of 2.5m width.  In addition, a high level platform of 400 m length will also be developed at the nearby Hanumapura Halt Station.  



(K.Sambasiva Rao)
Chief Public Relations Officer




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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
No.523/2013-1412-12-2013
Secunderabad
Partial Cancellation of Solapur-Guntakal and Guntakal-Gulbarga Passenger Trains on account of Doubling Works between Adoni – Kuppagal

In connection with the commissioning of double line between Adoni-Kuppagal stations  on Guntakal-Raichur section of Guntakal Division, it planned to undertake network interlocking work from 22ndDecember , 2013.

           In view of the same, Train No. 57631 Solapur – Guntakal Passenger and Train No. 57632 Guntakal-Gulbarga Passenger trains will be partially cancelled between Mantralayam Road and Guntakal for 19 days from 22nd December 2013.


(K.Sambasiva Rao)
Chief Public Relations Officer





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