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JAI SAMAND ROAD

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Address: Jai Samand Road Railway Station, Rajasthan 313905, India

Station Code: JYM)JAI SAMAND ROA

Station Name: JYM)JAI SAMAND ROAD

Zone: NWR/North Western

Total Unique Trains: 0

Train Frequency Weekly: 1

Station Traffic: Low

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RECENT NEWS

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Press Release No. 35520-01-2020
Hubballi
Press Release No. 355, TEMPORARY STOPPAGE OF TRAINS, EXPERIMENTAL STOPPAGE OF TRAIN, CANCELLATION OF TRAINS & DIVERSION OF TRAINS

                                                                                                       

                                                                 SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

                                      Press Release No. 355  Dt. 20.01.2020

TEMPORARY STOPPAGE OF TRAINS

Following trains will be provided with o­ne minute temporary stoppage at Nalwar station from 21.01.2020 to 31.01.2020 to clear rush of pilgrims attending for Jathra Mahotsava as detailed below:-

1.Train No. 11013 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Coimbatore Express from 21.01.2020 to 31.01.2020 will arrive/depart Nalwar – 10:15/10:16 hrs.

2.Train No. 11014 Coimbatore – Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Express from 21.01.2020 to 31.01.2020 will arrive/depart Nalwar – 02:10/02:11 hrs.

3.Train No. 16339 Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (Mumbai)– Nagercoil Express from 21.01.2020 to 31.01.2020on nominated dayswill arrive/depart Nalwar – 23:35/23:36 hrs.

4.Train No. 16340 Nagercoil – Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (Mumbai) Express from 21.01.2020 to 31.01.2020 o­n nominated days will arrive/depart Nalwar – 07:40/07:41 hrs.

EXPERIMENTAL STOPPAGE OF TRAIN

Train No. 56926 Tumakuru – KSR Bengaluru Fast Passenger will be provided with o­ne minute stoppage at Gollahalli o­n experimental basis for a period of six months from 20.01.2020 to 19.07.2020. Accordingly this train will arrive/depart Gollahalli – 08:54/08:55 hrs.

CANCELLATION OF TRAINS

Following trains will be Cancelled / Short terminated due to Railway related work between Monkey Hill – Karjat as detailed below: -

1.Train No. 51029 Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Mumbai) – Vijayapura Passenger commencing journey from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (Mumbai) o­n 21.01.2020, 22.01.2020, 26.01.2020, 27.01.2020, 28.01.2020 & 29.01.2020 will be cancelled.

2.Train No. 51030 Vijayapura – Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (Mumbai) Passenger commencing journey from Vijayapura o­n 22.01.2020, 23.01.2020, 27.01.2020, 28.01.2020, 29.01.2020 & 30.01.2020 will be cancelled for want of rake.

DIVERSION OF TRAINS

I.Trains as detailed below will be diverted due to Doubling Electrification of track between Guntur and Guntakal stations of Nallapadu – satular section:-

1.Train No. 18463 Bhubaneswar – KSR Bengaluru Prasanti Express commencing journey from Bhubaneswar from 27.01.2020 to 04.02.2020 will be diverted to run via Krishna Canal, Gudur, Renigunta, Melpakkam, Jolarpettai instead of Krshna Canal, Guntur, Guntakal, Dharmavaram.   

2.Train No. 18464 KSR Bengaluru – Bhubaneswar Prasanti Express commencing journey from KSR Bengaluru 26.01.2020 to 04.02.2020 will be diverted to run via Jolarpettai, Melpakkam, Renigunta, Gudur, Krishna Canal instead of Dharmavaram, Guntakal, Guntur, Krshna Canal.

3.Train No. 22883 Puri – Yesvantpur Garib Rath Express commencing journey from Puri o­n 31.01.2020 will be diverted to run via Krishna Canal, Gudur, Renigunta, Melpakkam, Jolarpettai instead of Krshna Canal, Guntur, Dhone, Gooty, Dharmavaram.  

4.Train No. 22884  Yesvantpur – Puri Garib Rath Express commencing journey from Yesvantpur o­n 01.02.2020 will be diverted to run via Jolarpettai, Melpakkam, Renigunta, Gudur, Krishna Canal instead of Dharmavaram, Gooty, Dhone, Guntur, Krshna Canal.

II.Train No. 16525 Kanniyakumari – KSR Bengaluru Island Express commencing journey from Kanniyakumari o­n 21.01.2020 will be diverted via Alappuzha.

                                

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17-01-2020
NORTH CENTRAL RAILWAY – MOBILITY IS OUR HALLMARK AUTOMATION FOR SAFE TRAIN OPERATIONS

North Central Railway

Headquarter

Public Relations

Prayagraj

No. 11PR/01/2020Press ReleaseDate: 10.01.2020

NORTH CENTRAL RAILWAY – MOBILITY IS OUR HALLMARK

AUTOMATION FOR SAFE TRAIN OPERATIONS

North Central Railway is o­nly Zonal Railway which caters to 10% of total Indian Railways traffic through just 5% of total assets o­n Indian Railways. It is also the o­nly Railway which maintains and operates o­n 58 % of New Delhi-Howrah, 24 % of New Delhi Chennai and 6% of New Delhi- Mumbai, three most important and busiest railway routes. Mobility o­n North Central Railways plays the key role in transportation of passengers and freight from North to East,West and South.It is therefore utmost important that hindrances in train operation due to enroute defects in coaching and freight trains are identified timely and attended promptly to avoid any major traffic interruption.

Despite technological advancement in field of rolling stock maintenance, defects like hot axle, brake binding, hanging parts etc. do occur in few trains which not o­nly cause blockage of the section but also poses safety threat if goes undetected for considerable time period.Conventionally Indian railway have been identifying these defects through experienced and alert Railwamen deployed at rolling in examination points, stations ,end cabins, level crossing gates etc. However, with elimination of manned level gates by road over bridges / road under bridges number of gatemen have reduced substantially and accordingly available eyes for monitoring of moving trains have gone down. During 2019-20 ,75 manned level crossing gates are already replaced by ROB/ RUBs till December,2019 and more than 100 level crossing gates are planned for replacement with ROB/RUBs in 2020 over North Central Railway. Similarly, with increase in number of lines at stations, increase in speed, elimination of end cabins etc. it has become difficult for station staff also to observe all trains.

This situation had to be overcome by technology leveraging where mandatory enroute train examination is automated which is safer, reliable and requires least human intervention. North Central Railway has done pathbreaking and pioneering work in field of automated rolling stock monitoring system by installing first ever fully automatic hot axle and hot wheel(HAHW) detection system at Chunar station of Allahabad division. This system has detected 38 hot axle and 297 brake binding since commissioning in March 2017 to ensure detention free train running in Chunar – Allahabad up main line.Identifying need of more such automation in the field of rolling stock monitoring and boosted up with performance of maiden system installed at Chunar,North Central Railway under the visionary leadership of its General Manager Sri Rajiv Chaudhry worked o­n creating a comprehensive safety grid of automated wayside rolling stock monitoring systems. This system had to be planned in such a way so that trains entering in NCR territory are checked immediately and also at regular interval for their entire run o­n its territory utilizing such automated system. Further system being installed was also required to cover all major defects of rolling stock like Hot Axle, Brake Binding, Hanging Parts etc.

To serve above objectives North Central Railway created a safety grid by judiciously choosing an array of equipments to identify major rolling stock defects and planned them at suitable location for comprehensive safety coverage of its entire stretch o­n Agra, Allahabad and Jhansi divisions. This earnest effort of North Central Railway in right direction has already started showing positive signs as it o­nce again succeeded in installing Indian Railway’s first Hanging Part Detection(HPDS) system, an automated wayside system to identify hanging part in a train and raise alert. First such system of Indian Railway is integrated with existing hot axle and hot wheel detector at Chunar. Commissioned in April -2018, this system capable of identifying defects even at the speed of 130km has already proved its worth by successfully detecting hanging parts in trains to avoid any possible unsafe condition.

North central has also gone for an advanced version of Hot axle and Hot wheel detector termed as ATES (Automatic train examination system). This system has all capabilities of HAHW with additional features of detecting temperature of LHB brake disc and high speed video recording of all undercarriage items in a moving train.

Flat wheel is another abnormal condition in which wheel loses its roundness due to skidding and a localized flat is developed o­n its tread. This flat place exerts high impact load specially at higher speeds and have potential to damage railway track as well as bearings etc. of coaches and wagons.To identify this defect without human intervention NCR has planned WILD at suitable intervals. Wheel impact load detector (WILD) senses impact load coming o­n instrumented portion of track and exactly identifies defective wheel so that further damage to track or rolling stock is avoided.

Moving a notch further North Central Railway has also gone for OMRS (On line monitoring of rolling stock), a combination of hot axle detector and wheel impact load detector based o­n very advanced technology as it identifies defective bearing from healthy o­nes using difference in acoustic pattern generated from bearings of rolling stock o­n run. Being acoustic based it identifies bearing defect in very early stage thus enhanced safety and adequate time margin to plan and detach such rolling stock for bearing attention. Under the overall guidance from its General Manager Sri Rajiv Chaudhry North Central Railway has devised following safety grid in a paradigm shift towards automation in enroute rolling stock defect identification:

System

Capability

Location

Remarks

UP Line

DN line

Hot axle & hot wheel detector (HAHW)

Detects Hot axle and brake binding without human intervention up to 130 Kmph

Near Chunar

Between Dadri- Azayabpur

Indicated systems at these locations are either installed and working or it is in final stage of installation and commissioning . Besides these , additional systems are proposed and sanctioned under zonal and Railway boards powers to complete the comprehensive safety grid over NCR.

Hanging part detector system(HPDS)

Automatically detects any loose or hanging part in train up to 130 kmph and raises alarm

Near Chunar

Wheel impact load detector (WILD)

Automatically Detects high impact load coming from flat wheel with exact location of wheel in train

Between Chunar- dagmagpur

Between Dadri- Azayabpur

On line monitoring of rolling stock(OMRS)

Combination of acoustic based bearing defect detector and Wheel impact load detector

Near Sarsaul

Near kanchausi

Automatic train examination system(ATES)

Detects hot axle , brake binding (including LHB rakes) and high speed video recording

Meja

Khaga

Shikohabad

Once fully implemented, detention to trains o­n account of defects in wagon and coaches shall be a thing of past and this safety grid along with many other initiatives of North Central Railway will pave the way for 100% punctual running of trains o­n this busiest railway of Indian Railway which doesn’t seems a distant dream now.








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