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Address: Lumding Jn Railway Station, Lumding, Assam 782447, India

Station Code: LMG

Station Name: LUMDING JN

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 198

Station Traffic: High

Address: Chandranathpur Railway Station, Chandranathpur, Assam 788817, India

Station Code: BHZ

Station Name: BIHARA

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 28

Station Traffic: Low

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15693BARAK VALLEY EXLMG04:25BHZ13:339:08M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUSL15693 Status
15691CACHAR EXPRESSLMG20:15BHZ04:218:06M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,SL,15691 Status
15695LMG AGTL EXPRESLMG21:30BPB06:309:00M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,SL,15695 Status
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Safety awareness camp held at Haibargaon

Safety Organisation of Lumding Division organized a safety awareness campaign at the Haibargaon station in the Nagaon district of Assam o­n 30th May, 2015. All the staff of Haibargaon station along with Scouts & Guides team had participated the awareness campaign. A street drama was also staged at an un-manned level crossing gate near Haibargaon station. The drama was enjoyed by a huge group of people. Awareness related leaflets, handbills, pamphlets etc. were distributed amongst local people and road users. The main aim of the campaign was to create awareness amongst road users so that loss of lives due to accidents at manned and un-manned level crossing gates can be avoided. 

(Pranav Jyoti Sharma)

IRCON to upgrade passenger amenities at Guwahati station

Passenger Amenities at Guwahati station are poised for a major uplift. Ministry of Railways has entrusted IRCON International Limited, a Public Sector Undertaking under Govt. of India to bring about a visible improvement in passenger amenities through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) fund. IRCON officials led by its GM/Eastern Region Shri B.Sarkar accompanied by Shri S.Nayar, ADRM/Lumding/N.F.Railway inspected the Guwahati station o­n 27th May, 2015 as part of the o­ngoing Passenger Facilitation Fortnight. To improve the passenger amenity, it has been proposed to provide Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant of 2000 litres per hour capacity for safe drinking water at platform no. 2, 3, 4 & 5.Two hydraulic lifts are to be provided for easier access to the Foot Over Bridges. Golf carts for use by old persons and persons with disabilities are also to be provided. Existing toilets in waiting halls, retiring rooms, and dormitory will also be renovated. Flexible steel dustbins will be provided throughout the station for improving the existing garbage disposal system. Circulating area at Guwahati station will be provided with retro-reflective road marker, solar studs and o­ne way spike breaker. New retro-reflective signage will be provided at different platforms for better guidance to passengers. Railway is also trying to improve the platform surface by using Kota stone which will help in mechanized cleaning. More CCTV cameras will also be provided for improving the security of the station. A memorandum of understanding (MOU) will be shortly entered into by N.F.Railway and IRCON for the implementation of these Passenger Amenity improvement works at Guwahati which is the largest station of the Zone and a gateway to the Northeast. These measures are expected to further benefit passengers and rail users of the region.

(Pranav Jyoti Sharma)


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