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Address: Ambassa, Tripura, India

Station Code: ABSA)AMBAS

Station Name: ABSA)AMBASA

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Total Unique Trains: 17

Train Frequency Weekly: 52

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
12503AGTL HUMSAFAR02:2602:282TU,F3A
15625DGHR AGTL EXP05:3605:382M3A,SL,GN
12504KYQ BNC HUMSAFAR06:0106:032TU,SA3A
55679AGTL DMR PASS07:5207:542M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2S,GN
55676DMR AGTL PASS07:5808:002M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUSL,2S,GN
55663AGTL SCL PASS12:4012:422M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,2S,GN
55664SCL AGTL PASS14:5514:572M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,2S,GN
14019ANVT SUNDARI EXP15:0115:032TH2A,3A,SL,GN
01666AGTL HBJ SPL15:0115:032SA2A,3A,SL,GN
55680DMR AGTL PASS17:3517:372M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2S,GN
55675AGTL DMR PASS19:0719:092M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUSL,2S,GN
20501AGTL ANVT RAJ19:3119:332M1A,2A,3A
01665HBJ AGARTALA SPL20:1020:122W2A,3A,SL,GN
14020AGTL SUNDRI EXP22:0822:102M2A,3A,SL,GN
15626AGTL DGHR EXP23:3523:372SA3A,SL,GN
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses


No.186/2020-21 18-08-2020
Southern Railway observes Weeklong Cleanliness drive

Southern Railway has launched a special Cleanliness drive from 10th August to 16th August 2020  to mark the 74th Independence Day celebrations of our nation.  With o­nly limited special trains running in view of lockdown measures, Southern Railway has taken advantage of this opportunity to carry out massive Cleanliness campaign.

 This weeklong drive primarily focuses o­n the cleanliness of railway stations and premises, colonies, work sites, water vending points, toilets, drains, and other areas such as approach roads in the vicinity of railway stations with a special focus of railway tracks. While focusing o­n cleanliness of tracks special attention has been given to collection of plastic waste along with other waste.  Further, at Workshops and coaching depots, offices and store rooms were thoroughly cleaned by involving staff in a dedicated way to carry out every possible cleanliness tasks.

In Southern Railway, the Cleanliness drive has picked up pace with 266 stations across the six divisions covered during the period from 10th to 13th August, 2020.

In Chennai Division, Cleanliness activities were undertaken at 142 railway stations.  At Dr MGR Chennai Central, the tracks were cleaned by removing plastic waste and vegetation alongside besides Platforms, toilets and concourse area.  Similarly, intensive Cleanliness drives were carried out at major stations like Chennai Egmore, Basin Bridge, Tiruttani , Katpadi, Tambaram, Madurantakam, among others.  Suburban stations like Mambalam, Chennai Beach, Chennai Park, Avadi, Tiruninravur, Sullurpet, Tiruvottiyur and Tirumailai (MRTS) were cleaned up, to mention a few.

In Madurai Division,Cleanliness activities were carried out at 56 railway stations – Madurai, Ambasamudram, Dindigul, Karaikudi, Pudukotttai, Tuticorin, Tenakasi, Tirunelveli and Virudhunagar, among others.

In Tiruchchirappalli Division, Cleanliness activities were ramped up at 12 locations – Tiruchchirappalli Jn, Tanjavur, Villuppuram, Vriddhachalam, Kumbakonam, Mayiladuthurai, to name a few.

In Salem Division,  11 stations have been covered in the Cleanliness drive so far that include Salem Jn, Coimbatore, Erode and Karur.  NMR stations like Mettupalayam and Udagamandalam also sported neat and tidy looks upon undertaking intensive cleanliness drives.

In Palakkad Division, 31 stations were cleaned up  that include Palakkad, Kozhikode, Mangalore Central, Kuttipuram, Shoranur, Kanhangad, to mention a few.

In Thiruvananthapuram Division, Cleanliness drives were undertaken at 14 stations that include Alleppey,  Alwaye, Ernakulam Town, Kochuveli, Thiruvananthapuram Central, to name a few.

Intensive Cleanliness drives were also carried out at the three premier workshops of Southern Railway viz., Golden Rock Workshop, Loco Works and C&W Workshops at Perambur .  Store rooms of workshops and coaching depots were cleaned and materials sorted to give a clean look.

All the laid down safety protocols such as wearing of masks and social distancing were strictly enforced among employees participating in the Cleanliness drives. 

Southern Railway appeals to rail users and general public to join hands with Railways in this noble cause of maintaining high standards of Cleanliness at railway stations and trains.  Truly, this would be a befitting tribute to our Motherland o­n this Independence Day. 

Additional stations for freight transportation opened

In order to improve transportation of freight traffic during the lockdown period NFR has opened new stations for handling inward and outward goods traffic. During the month of May, Hojai, Ambasa and Kamalajari railway stations under Lumding division of NFR have been opened for freight booking. The step has proved to be beneficial for booking of both inward and outward goods from these stations including handling of COVID-19 parcel trains. So transportation of essential commodities to and from nearby areas of these stations have now become easier during the pandemic situation. Local traders will now be able bring and book items through these station by availing the new provided facility.

          It can be mentioned here that despite having poor industrial growth in the region, NFR was successful to transport 1816 tonnes of materials through COVID parcel trains originating from Tinsukia, Dimapur, Guwahati/New Guwahati and Alipurduar.

More than 700 inbound freight trains were handled by NFR during the lock-down period. Handling of these freight trains had ensured availability of essential commodities and food items not o­nly for inhabitants of the region but also in strategic locations.

Northeast Frontier Railway achieved to deliver such huge quantity of essential commodity with mandatory skeleton staff and observing various COVID-19 protocols. NFR achieved all these due to 24 x 7 working mode of its officials during the nationwide lock-down period.

(Subhanan Chanda)
CPRO/N.F. Railway


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