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LOWER HAFLONG

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Address: Lower Haflong Railway Station, Haflong, Assam 788819, India

Station Code: LFG)LOWER HAFLON

Station Name: LFG)LOWER HAFLONG

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Total Unique Trains: 0

Train Frequency Weekly: 1

Station Traffic: Low

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RECENT NEWS

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WR Press Release No. 2021/10 01-10-2021
WR’s JUMBO BLOCK BETWEEN MAHIM AND MUMBAI CENTRAL STATIONS ON INTERVENING NIGHT OF 2nd & 3rd OCTOBER, 2021

WR’s JUMBO BLOCK BETWEEN MAHIM AND MUMBAI CENTRAL STATIONS o­n INTERVENING NIGHT OF 2nd & 3rd OCTOBER, 2021

 To carry out maintenance work of tracks, signaling and overhead equipment, a Jumbo Block of five hours will be taken o­n UP Slow line between Mahim Jn and Mumbai Central station from 23.50 hrs to 04.50 hrs o­n the intervening night of 2nd and 3rdOctober, 2021.

According to a press release issued by Shri Sumit Thakur – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, during the block period, all UP Slow line trains will be operated o­n UP Fast line between Mahim Jn and Mumbai Central. These diverted trains will not halt at Mahim, Matunga Road, Prabhadevi, Lower Parel and Mahalaxmi stations due to unavailability of platforms. Therefore,passengers are allowed to travel in opposite direction for their destinations between Mumbai Central and Mahim stations. Due to this block, suburban service number BVI 91297 scheduled to depart from Churchgate station at 1.00 hrs, will be postponed & will depart from Churchgateat 1.25 hrs. Further it will be regulated at Mumbai Central station for connection of VR 91256. Detailed information to this effect is available with concerned Station Masters.

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2021/0111-01-2021
Mumbai
WESTERN RAILWAY ACHIEVES ANOTHER MILESTONE WITH THE COMPLETION OF REBUILDING WORK ON THE WEST SIDE OF DELISLE ROB AT LOWER PAREL

WR Press Release No. 2021/01Mumbai, 11th January, 2021


WESTERN RAILWAY ACHIEVES ANOTHER MILESTONE WITH THE COMPLETION OF REBUILDING WORK o­n THE
WEST SIDE OF DELISLE ROB AT LOWER PAREL



Photo caption: Various views of the current rebuilding work completed o­n the west side of Delisle Road Over Bridge at Lower Parel.

In yet another major accomplishment, Western Railway has added a milestone to its kitty by completing the rebuilding work o­n the west side of Delisle Road Over Bridge at Lower Parel station.

According to a press release issued by Shri Sumit Thakur – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, the dismantling work of the spans over railway tracks o­n the Railway portion was taken upby W. Rly and was completed in February 2019, in a record time frame of five months period. The work of dismantling of abutments was completed in the month of June, same year after the removal of encroachments by MCGM. Western Railway awarded the contract for rebuilding the Railway portion of ROB at a cost of Rs. 87 Cr. and the physical work of laying foundations for Railway span was taken up after the monsoons, in November 2019. The foundation work o­n east side was completed in May 2020and the completion of raft foundation work o­n west side in June 2020, amidst the nationwide lockdown due to the Corona pandemic. Considering the priority and importance of the work, all efforts were made by Western Railway to continue the execution of this work, despite the COVID pandemic and the monsoons. In continuation to these efforts, a major milestone was achieved o­n 10th January, 2021, whereby the rebuilding work of casting of west side pier cap was completed. It is worthwhile to mention that with this, the foundation and substructure work of the ROB is now completed with both the abutments/piers casted.

Shri Thakur stated that a total of 360MT of stainless steel along with 3700 cum of concrete (M-40 grade) was used in the substructure. The first girder fabrication was completed at Kota Workshop (1090 MT) and presently the final inspection by RITES is being done and will be transported to site. Till now, 260 MT of stainless steel for girder work has already reached the site.

It's worth mentioning that the Delisle Road Over Bridge at Lower Parel which is owned by the MCGM and crosses over the railway tracks, was found to be unsafe following a safety Audit conducted in July 2018. Hence, the Delisle ROB was closed for public use, both for vehicular traffic & pedestrians with effect from 24th July, 2018, for undertaking repairs to the bridge o­n priority basis. It was decided that the work of dismantling and rebuilding of Railway portion of this ROB will be done by Railway and the work of approaches dismantling and rebuilding will be executed by MCGM.

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