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ARUNACHAL

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Address: Arunachal Railway Station, Assam 788025, India

Station Code: ARCL)ARUNACHA

Station Name: ARCL)ARUNACHAL

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Total Unique Trains: 14

Train Frequency Weekly: 71

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
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55662SCL MSSN PASS06:1106:121M,TU,W,TH,F,SAUNRESERVED
55616SCL GHY PASS07:1107:132M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,2S,GN
55664SCL AGTL PASS08:0908:112M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,2S,GN
55668BHRB SCL PASS08:4908:512M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
55678DMR SCL PASS10:1010:122M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
55665SCL VNGP PASS11:1511:4025M,FUNRESERVED
55685MSSN SCL PASS11:3611:371M,TU,W,TH,F,SAUNRESERVED
55615GHY SCL PASS13:3913:412M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,2S,GN
55666VNGP SCL PASS15:3516:0025M,FUNRESERVED
55686SCL MSSN PASS15:3515:361M,TU,W,TH,F,SAUNRESERVED
55667SCL BHRB PASS16:5616:582M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
55677SCL DMR PASS17:4117:421M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
55663AGTL SCL PASS19:2819:302M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL,2S,GN
55661MSSN SCL PASS21:0021:011M,TU,W,TH,F,SAUNRESERVED
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RECENT NEWS

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29062019 / 17801-07-2019
Maligaon
RAILWAY CONNECTIVITY IN NORTHEAST GETTING FULL THRUST

As per Vision Document 2020, Government has planned to connect all State Capitals of North Eastern States by 2020 except Sikkim in which case, new line work has been sanctioned up to Rangpo in first phase. The capitals of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and Tripura States have been connected by Broad Gauge (BG) rail network.

Great emphasis has been given by Central Government during last 5 years towards quick execution of infrastructure and safety projects and funding to the infrastructure projects has increased considerably. The average annual expenditure in New Line / Gauge Conversion / Doubling infrastructure projects during 2014-19 was Rs. 25,894 crore per year as against Rs. 11,527 crore per year during 2009-14 which is around 125% more than during 2009-14.The average allotment per year for North Eastern States was Rs.2,121 crore per year from 2009-14.However, it increased 161% to Rs. 5,531 crore per year for this region during 2014-19.

In Arunachal Pradesh, a BG railway line was commissioned in February, 2015 upto Naharlagun (suburban city of Itanagar) and first Broad Gauge (BG) train was flagged by Hon’ble Prime Minister o­n 20.02.2015 from Naharlagun (Itanagar) to New Delhi. Long pending and delayed work of Bogibeel Bridge o­n Brahmaputra river was completed in 2018 leading to further reduction of travel distance from Dibrugarh to Naharlagun (Itanagar) by 705 km (via Guwahati).

First BG trial train to the State of Tripura (Agartala) was received by Hon’ble Minister of State of Railways o­n 13.01.2016 and first BG passenger train (long distance) was introduced to Delhi o­n 31.07.2016.

In some States, the progress of new line projects of Capital connectivity has been affected mainly due to delay in land acquisition and law & order issues. All these Capital connectivity projects being in hilly terrain of Himalayas involve large number of tunnels and major bridges including very tall bridges in a very challenging geological environment.

Works of new BG lines have been taken up by Railway by its own fund to connect the remaining Capitals of North Eastern States i.e. Meghalaya (Shillong), Manipur (Imphal), Nagaland (Kohima), Mizoram (Aizawl) and Sikkim (Gangtok). Details with present status of these projects are as under:

(1) Manipur: The project of BG line connectivity from Jiribam to Imphal (110.62 km) in Manipur State was sanctioned in 2003-04. The latest anticipated cost of the project is Rs. 13,809 crore and expenditure of Rs.6,969.49 crore has been incurred o­n the project upto 31.03.2019.

The section from Jiribam to Vangaichungpao (12 km) was commissioned in March, 2017 and works from Vangaichungpao-Tupul-Imphal (98.62 km) have been taken up throughout the length.The work of land acquisition has been completed in 102.62 km length of the project and work of acquisition of balance land of 8 km length has been taken up. Target date for completionis 3 years after complete land is handed over to the Railways.

(2)Mizoram:The project of BG line connectivity from Bhairabi to Sairang (51.38 km) (suburban city of Aizawl, the Capital city of Mizoram) in Mizoram was sanctioned in 2008-09.The latest anticipated cost of the project is Rs.4,968 crore and the land could be made available in 2014-15 and work speeded up from 2015-16 & the expenditure of Rs.1,958.09 crore has been incurred o­n the project upto 31.03.2019.

The construction work has been taken up throughout the length of project and 80% tunneling work has been completed and the work o­n 6 tall bridges has been taken up.For complete commissioning of the project, the work of acquisition of balance 53.90 Hectare of land has been taken up.Target date for completion for complete project is 2 years after complete land is handed over to Railways.

(3) Nagaland: The project of BG line connectivity from Dimapur (Dhansiri) -Zubza (Kohima) (82.50 km) (suburban city of Kohima, the Capital city of Nagaland) in Nagaland was sanctioned in 2006-07.The latest anticipated cost of the project is Rs. 3,000 crore and the work speeded up from September, 2018 and the expenditure of Rs.626.67 crore has been incurred o­n the project upto 31.03.2019.

The construction work has been taken up throughout the length of project.For complete commission of the project, the work of acquiring balance land in 6 km length has been taken up (ownership disputes).Target date for completionfor complete project is 3 years after complete land is handed over to Railways.

(4) Meghalaya:Two projects of BG line have been taken up for Capital connectivity of Meghalaya.

(i)New BG line from Tetelia – Byrnihat (21.50 km) in Meghalaya was sanctioned in 2006-07. The latest anticipated cost of the project is Rs.1,532 crore and the work speeded up from 2014-15, 10 km length of the project falling in Assam State from Tetelia to Kamalajari got completed in October, 2018 and expenditure of Rs. 515.82 crore has been incurred upto 31.03.2019.Some organizations are stating that railway connectivity may lead to influx of outsiders and this has led to some local resistance to this project.Now, the issue has been taken up for early resolution. Target date for completion not fixed, as the same would be decided, o­nce the complete land is physically handed over to Railways.

(ii)New BG line from Byrnihat to Shillong (108.40 km) was sanctioned in 2010-11.The latest anticipated cost of the project is Rs.6,000 crore and the expenditure of Rs.252.68 crore has been incurred o­n the project upto 31.03.2019.Target date for completion not fixed, as the same would be decided, o­nce the land is physically handed over to Railways.

(5)Sikkim:The project of BG line connectivity from Sivok to Rangpo (44.39 km) was sanctioned in 2008-09.The latest anticipated cost of the project is Rs.4,085.69 crore and the expenditure of Rs.554.46 crore has been incurred o­n the project upto 31.03.2019.

However, the project is suffering for a long time as the Government of West Bengal has not given encumbrance free land (77.78 Hectare forest land after cutting of trees) to Railway due to which, even the timely finalization of tenders is getting affected.The issue is being consistently chased with Government of West Bengal.Target date for completion for complete project is 3 years after complete physical possession of land given to Railways.



(Pranav Jyoti Sharma)
CPRO/N.F.Railway




2
010820167130-09-2016
Maligaon
HON’BLE MINISTER OF RAILWAY LAYS FOUNDATION STONE OF DHANSIRI (DIMAPUR) – ZUBZA NEW B.G. RAIL LINE

As a significant step in the Indian Railway’s ambitious plan of connecting all north-eastern State Capitals by Broad Gauge railway line was taken today with the Hon’ble Union Minister of Railways, Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu laying the Foundation stone of the 88-km Dhansiri (Dimapur) – Kohima new B. G. Railway line, which would bring Kohima - the last of the Capitals of north-eastern states – o­n to the railway map of India. Indian Railway has already connected capitals of three of the eight states (Assam, Arunachal Pradesh & Tripura) and projects are under various stages of progress to connect four other Capitals of the states of Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya & Sikkim. With the laying of the foundation stone amid loud cheers from a huge gathering at Dimapur Railway Station this morning, project for railway connectivity to the capital of Nagaland has started.

His Excellency, the Governor of Nagaland, Shri P. B. Acharya, Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajen Gohain, the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Nagaland Shri T. R. Zeliang, Hon’ble MLA of Dimapur Shri Tovihoto Ayemi, Member (Engineering) of the Railway Board Shri A. K. Mittal, General Manager of N. F. Railway Shri Chahatey Ram, General Manager of N. F. Railway Construction Organization Shri H. K. Jaggi, Senior Railway officials and Senior State Government officials of Nagaland and hundreds of people were present in the function held at the Dimapur railway station.

Speaking o­n the occasion, the Minister of Railways said that in line with the vision of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Indian Railways has drawn up several developmental plans for the north-eastern region. The Railway Ministry has decided to make the planning process for projects participatory having scope for people’s participation in the form of suggestions etc. For this an IT enabled platform is designed which will make people’s participation easy and the process transparent. All stake-holders would be able to participate in the planning process and monitor progress of the projects, he said.

Shri Prabhu said, the north-eastern region is rich in cultural heritage and Railway’s would try to preserve and promote this heritage. For this, instructions have been issued to design all future railway stations reflecting the local culture and heritage of the region. He said the north-eastern region is poised for tremendous growth as better connectivity of the region will result in development of tourism, agricultural marketing, development of overseas market for local handloom & handicraft product and job opportunities. The region would be fastest growing region in the country in terms of economic growth, he said. He also said that the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) would be advised to explore possibility of marketing the handloom and handicraft products of the state.

Speaking o­n the occasion, The Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajen Gohain also assured the people of the state that all efforts would be undertaken to complete the project before its targeted deadline.

His Excellency the Governor of Nagaland expressed his confidence in the expertise and capability of the engineers of Indian Railways for speedy completion of the project and called upon the people of the state to extend all co-operations and help to the Railways and its contractors in executing the project.

Terming the day as a Red Letter Day, the Chief Minister of Nagaland Shri T. R. Zeliang said the State Government would do its best to help Railways acquire land for all projects and appealed to people of the state to co-operate in the process of land acquisition as railway connectivity would help the state economically. He requested the Railway Ministry to expedite the process of approval for the proposed Dimapur – Tizit new BG railway line and reconsider the proposal for Dhansiri – Karong new railway line with a provision for extending it along the National Highway up to Imphal as this would provide a shorter route to Imphal and beyond to Myanmar in line with the Look East Policy of the government.

Keeping in line with the avowed policy of the Indian Railways to provide Rail connectivity to all the state capitals of the Northeast, the Project of 88-km long Dimapur to Zubza (Kohima) new broad gauge line was sanctioned by Railway Board in 2007-08. Considering its importance, it was declared a National Project in 2007. The new line  will take off from the existing Rail head at Dhansiri  Railway station in Karbi Anglong District, 19 Km short of Dimapur, and reach Zubza which is 16 Km short of  Kohima. Construction of this Railway line would bring the capital city of Kohima o­nto Broad Gauge Railway Map of India. 



(Pranav Jyoti Sharma)
CPRO/N.F.Railway







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