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STATION INFO

Address: Moth Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh 284303, India

Station Code: MOTH)MOT

Station Name: MOTH)MOTH

Zone: NCR/North Central

Total Unique Trains: 14

Train Frequency Weekly: 61

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
51813JHS LKO PASS03:4903:501M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
19168SABARMATI EXP03:5503:572TU,TH,F,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
19166SABARMATI EXP03:5804:002M,W,SA2A,3A,SL,GN
11105PRATHAM S S EXP06:5106:521SU3A,SL,GN
11109JHS LJN INT EXP07:0107:032M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUCC,2S,GN
51803JHS CNB PASS09:2309:241M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
51804CNB JHS PASS11:0811:102M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
11124GWL BJU MAIL14:4314:452M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
11123BJU GWL MAIL16:5316:552M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
19165SABARMATI EXP18:3018:322W,F,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
19167SABARMATI EXP18:3018:322M,TU,TH,SA2A,3A,SL,GN
11110LJN JHS INT EXP21:2021:211M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUCC,2S,GN
11106PRATHAM S SNGRM21:5021:522F3A,SL,GN
51814LKO JHS PASS22:2422:251M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure



RECENT NEWS

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01-11-2019
Tundla Jn. gets most advanced Electronic interlocking system- A milestone for safer , faster and efficient train operations on Grand chord route of New Delhi-Howrah

North Central Railway

Headquarter

Public Relations

Prayagraj

No. 11PR/10/2019/Press ReleaseDate: 21.10.2019

Tundla Jn. gets most advanced Electronic interlocking system- A milestone for safer , faster and efficient train operations o­n Grand chord route of New Delhi-Howrah

North Central Railway is o­nly Railway which caters to 10% of total Indian Railways’ traffic through just 5% of total assets o­n IR. It is also the o­nly Railway which maintains and operate o­n 53 % of New Delhi-Howrah, the most important and busiest Railway route. Mobility o­n this Grand Chord route falling o­n North Central Railway between Ghaziabad and Pt. DeenDayal Upadhyay Jn. is the key in overall movement of passengers and freighttraffic from North to East. Tundla is an important Jn. station o­n this supersaturated route operating at 160% of its designed capacity connecting main line of with Agra Cantt. Jn. Despite being extremely important from train operation point of view ,Tundla Jn. was still continuing with mechanically interlocked signaling system of 1955 vintage. This system required manual operation of levers for receipt and dispatch of trains from 05 different cabins. Manual operation and coordination among cabins took approximately 05-07 minutes to handle each train at important Jn. station thus limiting its handling capacity to maximum 190-200 train o­n daily basis. Further Mechanical signaling also required upgrade to match with global safety standards in train operation. Layout of Tundla Jn. also needed important changes to accommodate longer trains and more route combinations for efficient train operations. Need for this change was felt a long back ago and work for remodeling and removal of Mechanical signaling was sanctioned way back in 1998-99, however actual execution got delayed due to extreme pressure of train operation at Tundla Jn. station as execution required cancellation of sizable number of trains which was not feasible unless an innovative and out of the box solution to this problem was found by NCR in 2019.

Realizing the importance of this work GM Sri Rajiv Chaudhry motivated and guided the team of multi-disciplinary team of plannerswho came out with innovative solution to utilize newly constructed eastern dedicated freight corridor section between Bhadhan- Khurja section for diversion of some goods trains bypassing Tundla Jn. thus minimizing cancellation of passenger trains during execution of this work. After meticulous planning execution of this mammoth work started by Allahabad division, NCR construction organization and NCRPU from 2nd September 2019 in a coordinated fashion.

On the historic day of 20th October, 2019 , 65 years old Mechanical Signaling system was replaced by most advanced and safer system of Electronic Interlocking. With commissioning of this system and some post commissioning works expected to be over by 17.11.2019 following major benefits shall be achieved in trains operation:

1.Train handling time reduced from existing 05-07 minutes to 30-60 seconds trough centralized power cabin enhancing handling capacity of Jn. to 250 per day from existing 200 maximum, thus less detention of trains outside Tundla and improved Punctuality of Trains.

2.Train operation towards Agra will be immensely benefitted with two addition platforms and extension of three existing platforms no. 3,4&5 to cater full length trains o­n main line.

3.All UP-direction yard lines are now fit for passenger train movement thus efficient handling of more coaching train.

4.Length of Yard lines increased to handle longer freight and passenger trains.

5.Double exit facility provided to ARME for immediate movement in both sides during accidents etc.

6.Centralized fail-safe operation through power cabin by just click of the mouse button replacing cumbersome, inefficient and manual operation spread across 05 cabins. Substantial saving o­n manpower requirement.

This work will go a long way in improving punctuality of trains o­n New Delhi- Howrah main lineand benefits shall be manifold during incoming foggy season through safe and detention free handling of trains at Tundla Jn.General Manager North Central Railway Sri Rajiv Chaudhry commended DRM Allahabad and team of officers , staff & supervisorsfor sucessful execution of this important Electronic Interlocking work having 613 route combinations which isonly second to Kharagpur in South eastern Railway with 800 routes. NCR is pioneer in EI work and had successfully executed 505 routes Electronic Interlocking at Juhi near Kanpur central in 2011 which was biggest EI of IR at that time .





2
25-10-2019
Press Release:COMMENDABLE PERFORMANCE OF ER/RPF




COMMENDABLE PERFORMANCE OF ER/RPF

Kolkata, October 25, 2019

ER/RPF puts relentless effort for the security of passengers throughout the year. Despite round-the-clock devotion to duty, their activity of human aspect by which passengers immensely benefited are worthy to be mentioned. These includes rescuing of children, assisting to injured persons, handing over left behind luggage/articles to the passengers etc. Some of these activities including others which took place recently are depicted below:

RESCUE OF CHILDREN

·One minor boy aged 06 years, being separated from his mother, found loitering at Ballygunge station in Sealdah south section o­n 24.10.2019. Later, the boy was handed over to his mother by ER RPF under proper documentation through Child Line CINI, Kolkata.

·One minor mentally retarded boy, loitering at Joramow station in Asansol division was handed over his father by ER RPF after proper identification and documentation.

RESCUE AND ASSISTANCE RENDERED TO INJURED PERSONS

·One injured person, falling down from 31844 Krishnnagar-Sealdah local at Kankinara station o­n 23.10.2019, was attended by ER RPF. Necessary assistance was rendered and shifted him to Goalghar State General Hospital, Jagadal for treatment.

·One injured person, knocked down by a train between Khana & Talit stations o­n 23.10.2019 was attended by ER RPF and shifted him to Barddhaman Medical College & Hospital with the help of GRP/Barddhaman for proper treatment.

RECOVERY OF LEFT BEHIND LUGGAGE/ARTICLES

On-duty staff of RPF Post, Howrah North recovered o­ne left behind bag containing personal belongings from 37278 Bandel-Howrah local o­n its arrival at Howrah station. Later, the bag was handed over to its owner o­n proper documentation.

RECOVERY OF COUNTRY LIQUOR

Officers & staff of RPF Post, Madhupur arrested o­ne person carrying two bags containing 36 pouches of country liquor o­n 24.10.2019. The person along with recovered liquor was handed over to Excise department of Deoghar for further course of action.








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