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Address: Tiruchirapalli Junction Platform No 2&3, Sangillyandapuram, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India

Station Code: TPJ

Station Name: TIRUCHCHIRAPALI

Zone: SR/Southern

Train Frequency Weekly: 308

Station Traffic: High

Address: Rameshwaram Railway Station, Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu 623526, India

Station Code: RMM

Station Name: RAMESWARAM

Zone: SR/Southern

Train Frequency Weekly: 46

Station Traffic: Low


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TrainTrain NameFromDepToArrTimeDaysClasses
16618RAMESWARAM EXPTPJ00:15RMM06:456:30W2A,3A,SL,
16779TPTY RMM EXPTPJ02:00RMM08:456:45M,W,SAFC,3A,SL,
16101RAMESWARAM EXPTPJ05:30RMM11:456:15M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,
18496BBS RMM EXPRESSTPJ17:15RMM23:556:40SA2A,3A,SL,
14260BSB RMM EXPRESSTPJ18:30RMM01:156:45TU2A,3A,SL,
16713RAMESWARAM EXPTPJ22:35RMM04:456:10M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,2S,
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1
10/2014-2015 17-04-2014
CHANGE IN PATTERN OF TRAIN SERVICES

Due to line block / power block to facilitate engineering works at Tambaram yard, the following changes will be made in train services on 20.04.2014, Sunday.

 

I.EXPRESS/PASSENGER TRAINS:

1. Trains rescheduled:

a)Train No.12636 Madurai – Chennai Egmore Vaigai Express scheduled to leave Madurai at 07.00 hrs. is rescheduled to leave Madurai late by Two hours.

b)Train No.12635 Chennai Egmore – Madurai Vaigai Express scheduled to Chennai Egmore at 13.20 hrs. is rescheduled to leave Chennai Egmore late by Two hours.

c)Train No.12605 Chennai Egmore – Karaikkudi Pallavan Express scheduled to Chennai Egmore at 15.45 hrs. is rescheduled to leave Chennai Egmore late by Two hours.

 

2. Trains Regulated:

Train No.66042 Thirumalpur – Chennai Beach MEMU local scheduled to leave Thirumalpur at 13.40 hrs. will be regulated between Tambaram – Chengalpattu and will restart after 16.00 hrs.

 

3. The following trains will reach Villupuram late by 30 minutes:

a)Train No.16127 Chennai Egmore –Guruvayur Express scheduled to leave Chennai Egmore at 07.40 hrs.

b)Train No.16853 Chennai Egmore –Tiruchchirappalli Express scheduled to leave Chennai Egmore at 08.15 hrs.

c)Train No.56037 Chennai Egmore –Puducherry Fast Passenger scheduled to leave Chennai Egmore at 06.35 hrs.

d)Train No.11017 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus –Karaikal weekly express leaving Chennai Egmore at 10.45 hrs.

 

4. The following trains will arrive Chennai Egmore late by 30 minutes:

a)Train No.12694 Tuticorin – Chennai Egmore Pearl city express.

b)Train No.16714 Rameswaram – Chennai Egmore express.

c)Train No.16724 Thiruvananthapuram – Chennai Egmore Ananthapuri express.

d)Train No.12651 Madurai – H.Nizamuddin Sampark Kranti bi-weekly express.

e)Train No.16116 Puducherry – Chennai Egmore Fast passenger.

f)Train No.16106 Tiruchendur – Chennai Egmore express.

g)Train No.12606 Karaikkudi Jn. – Chennai Egmore express.

 

5. Train No.12651 Madurai – H. Nizamuddin bi-weekly express will arrive Gudur late by 45 minutes.

 

II. SUBURBAN TRAINS:

 

The following EMU local trains will be cancelled.

 

1. T. No.40615 Chennai Beach - Chengalpattu EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 06.45 hrs.

2. T. No.40309 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 07.15 hrs.

3. T. No.40313 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 07.35 hrs.

4. T. No.40315 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 08.00 hrs.

5. T. No.40325 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 09.25 hrs.

6. T. No.40329 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 10.00 hrs.

7. T. No.40331 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 10.20 hrs.

8.T. No.40333 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 10.30 hrs.

9.T. No.40335 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 10.40 hrs.

10.T. No.40337 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 10.45 hrs.

11.T. No.40339 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 11.10 hrs.

12.T. No.40341 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 11.20 hrs.

13.T. No.40343 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 11.30 hrs.

14.T. No.40345 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 11.40 hrs.

15.T. No.40347 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 11.50 hrs.

16.T. No.40627 Chennai Beach - Chengalpattu EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 12.00 hrs.

17.T. No.40349 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 12.10 hrs.

18.T. No.40351 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 12.20 hrs.

19.T. No.40629 Chennai Beach - Chengalpattu EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 12.30 hrs.

20.T. No.40353 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 12.40 hrs.

21.T. No.40355 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 12.50 hrs.

22.T. No.40357 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 13.00 hrs.

23.T. No.40631 Chennai Beach - Chengalpattu EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 13.15 hrs.

24.T. No.40359 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 13.30 hrs.

25.T. No.40633 Chennai Beach - Chengalpattu EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 13.45 hrs.

26.T. No.40361 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 14.00 hrs.

27.T. No.40635 Chennai Beach - Chengalpattu EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 14.15 hrs.

28.T. No.40363 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 14.30 hrs.

29.T. No.40637 Chennai Beach - Chengalpattu EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 14.45 hrs.

30.T. No.40365 Chennai Beach - Tambaram EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 15.00 hrs.

31.T.No.40625 Chennai Beach – Chengalpattu EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 11.00 hrs.

32.T.No.40609 Chennai Beach – Chengalpattu EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 05.40 hrs.

33.T.No.40751 Chennai Beach – Thirumalpur EMU leaving Chennai Beach at 07.05 hrs.

 

1. T. No.40618 Chengalpattu - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Chengalpattu at 07.40 hrs.

2. T. No.40624 Chengalpattu - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Chengalpattu at 08.45 hrs.

3. T. No.40326 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 09.50 hrs.

4. T. No.40330 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 10.10 hrs.

5. T. No.40332 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 10.20 hrs.

6. T. No.40334 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 10.40 hrs.

7. T. No.40336 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 10.50 hrs.

8. T. No.40338 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 11.00 hrs.

9. T. No.40340 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 11.10 hrs.

10. T. No.40342 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 11.20 hrs.

11. T. No.40344 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 11.40 hrs.

12. T. No.40346 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 11.50 hrs.

13. T. No.40348 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 12.10 hrs.

14. T. No.40350 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 12.20 hrs.

15. T. No.40630 Chengalpattu - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 12.30 hrs.

16. T. No.40352 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 12.40 hrs.

17. T. No.40354 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 12.50 hrs.

18. T. No.40632 Chengalpattu - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 13.00 hrs.

19. T. No.40356 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 13.15 hrs.

20. T. No.40358 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 13.30 hrs.

21. T. No.40634 Chengalpattu - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 13.45 hrs.

22. T. No.40360 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 14.00 hrs.

23. T. No.40362 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 14.15 hrs.

24. T. No.40636 Chengalpattu - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 14.30 hrs.

25. T. No.40364 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 14.45 hrs.

26. T. No.40366 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 15.00 hrs.

27. T. No.40638 Chengalpattu - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 15.10 hrs.

28. T. No.40368 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 15.20 hrs.

29. T. No.40370 Tambaram - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 15.30 hrs.

30. T. No.40640 Chengalpattu - Chennai Beach EMU leaving Tambaram at 15.50 hrs.

31. T.No.40752 Thirumalpur – Chennai Beach EMU leaving Thirumalpur at 05.15 hrs.

32. T.No.40614 Chengalpattu – Chennai Beach EMU leaving Chengalpattu at 07.05 hrs.

33. T.No.40616 Chengalpattu – Chennai Beach EMU leaving Chengalpattu at 07.25 hrs.

 

III. TRAINS PARTIALLY CANCELLED:

 

1.T.No.40758 Thirumalpur – Chennai Beach EMU local is partially cancelled between Chengalpattu – Chennai Beach.

2.T.No.56860 Villupuram – Tambaram Passenger is partially cancelled between Chengalpattu – Tambaram.

3.T.No.56859 Tambaram – Villupuram Passenger is partially cancelled between Tambaram – Chengalpattu.

 

IV. EMU PASSENGER SPECIALS WILL BE RUN AT AN INTERVAL OF 15 MINUTES BETWEEN CHENNAI BEACH – PALLAVARAM AND WILL BE TURNED BACK TO CHENNAI BEACH.

 



(M. Boopathy)
Sr.PRO




2
7/2014-201511-04-2014
CHENNAI
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CELEBRATES 59TH RAILWAY WEEK

            The 59thRailway Week Celebrations by Southern Railway were conducted o­n 11thApril, 2014, Friday at Rajah Annamalai Mandram, Esplanade, Chennai – 108.  Dr. H. Srinivas, Chief Personnel Officer / IR, Southern Raillway welcomed the gathering.  Shri. Rakesh Misra, General Manager, Southern Railway addressed the Staff and Officers of Southern Railway who had gathered.  Major General R.G. Krishnan, VSM, Officiating GOC, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka & Kerala Area graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and gave away the awards to the meritorious railwaymen.

            Every year, Indian Railways celebrate Railway Week between 10th April - 16thApril in commemoration of the running of the first train o­n Indian soil in 1853 from Boribunder to Thane, a distance of 34 kms.  As part of the celebrations, Southern Railway also organizes Railway Week celebrations during this period throughout the Zonal Railway.  During this occasion, awards are given to the meritorious Officers / Staff for their extraordinary contributions in their work.  This year is more important in this respect as we have just finished 2013-14, the year when Railways have completed 160 years of its existence o­n Indian soil.  At the same time, an iconic landmark of Southern Railway, the Pamban Railway Bridge at Rameswaram has completed 100 years of its existence.

            During his address, Shri. Rakesh Misra, General Manager, Southern Railway was extremely happy to state that Southern Railway, for the first time in its history, crossed the 40 million tonne mark and achieved the best ever loading of 42.403 million tonne during the last financial year.  Noticing the upwardly mobile graph, the Railway Board increased the target mid-year and even that enhanced target of originating loading was surpassed.  This good originating loading has boosted freight earnings to Rs.2746 crores during the year as compared to the earnings of Rs.2421 crores in 2012-13 – representing a very healthy growth of 13.4%.

            Even in the passenger segment, Southern Railway achieved its best-ever performance last year, the General Manager added.  Our earnings during 2013-14 were Rs.3787 crores which is a growth of 16% over last year.  Other Coaching Earnings grew by 21% and reached Rs.342 crores, thus establishing a new height of performance.

            Southern Railway has introduced 22 new Mail / Express trains, 3 new passenger trains and 3 new pairs of MEMUs (Mainline Electric Multiple Units).     Also, extension of 12 trains and increase in frequency of 6 trains have been implemented.  In addition, 1357 special trains were run and 6856 coaches were added in various trains during the year to cater to the needs of the passengers.

            The General Manager was also glad to share that Southern Railway has maintained  a punctuality record of 94% despite the introduction of so many new trains and significant constraints like single line working.

            Passenger safety and security remaining the foremost focus area, Southern Railway brought awareness in the minds of the staff in this regard and also launched major safety campaigns to seek the co-operation of the public.  To strengthen passenger security, Integrated Security Systems have already been commissioned at 11 major stations and are to be commissioned shortly at 3 stations.  Intensive and sustained efforts have been made for the elimination of unmanned level crossings to improve the safety of road users.  105 manned and unmanned level crossings have been eliminated, 37 level crossings have been manned and 38 Limited Use Subways have been completed during the year.

            To ensure the safe journey of rail passengers, 1200 RPF staff are deployed for train escorting and access control duties.  For the security of women passengers, lady RPF squads, and as a new initiative, special Lady RPF teams aptly called ‘Sakthi Padai’ are deployed in ladies special EMU trains.

            Our Golden Rock Workshop, Tiruchchirappalli took up the challenge of manufacturing X class MG steam locomotives for Nilgiri Mountain Railway.  The shop manufactured 4 X class MG steam locomotives and has commissioned them successfully.  These locos were indigenously manufactured at an approximate cost of o­nly Rs.4.5 crores each whereas the cost of imported locomotives would have been about Rs.10 – 12 crores each.

            All of us can truly rejoice in these achievements, which were made possible o­nly due to the hard work and dedication of all my colleagues, said the General Manager.  These achievements would not have been possible without the wholehearted support of our Recognised Union and Associations.

            The Chief Guest, Major General R.G. Krishnan, VSM, during his address, drew many parallels between the Indian Railways and the Indian Army.  Both have a rich heritage, are the largest employers and largest land holders, he said.  Mentioning that he was fond of train journeys even as a young boy, he stated that Southern Railway’s growth has been phenomenal.  A tremendous amount of motivation and dedication is required to maintain this railway and to provide safe, secure and comfortable services to its passengers.  The Chief Guest then extended his congratulations to all the award winners.

            During the Railway Week Celebrations conducted by Southern Railway this year, the General Manager’s awards were given to 18 gazetted officers and 109 non-gazetted staff.  10 group awards (comprising a total of 51 staff) and 33 Efficiency Shields were also given.  Madurai Division won the General Manager’s Inter-Divisional overall Efficiency Shield while Thiruvananthapuram Division got the General Manager’s Inter-Divisional overall Efficiency Shield as Runner.  Further, Chennai Division bagged 5 Efficiency Shields for its noteworthy performance in the departments of Commercial, Engineering, Operating, Security and Accounts. 

            A cultural programme, comprising classical dances and other performances, was conducted o­n the occasion.  Thereafter, Shri. A. Narayanan, Deputy Chief Personnel Officer, Southern Railway delivered the Vote of Thanks.


(D. LAKSHMANAN)
Chief Public Relations Officer





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