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NORTH LAKHIMPUR

STATION INFO

Address: North Lakhimpur, Assam, India

Station Code: NLP)NORTH LAKHIMPU

Station Name: NLP)NORTH LAKHIMPUR

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Total Unique Trains: 10

Train Frequency Weekly: 45

Station Traffic: Low

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
15613LACHIT EXPRESS04:1004:155M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
15908NHLN TSK EXPRESS06:5206:542M,TU,W,F,SACC,2S,GN
15912NHLN TSK EXPRESS06:5206:542THCC,2S,GN
55813DKGN MZS PASS09:2009:255M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
55896MZS RNY PASS10:0010:055M,TU,W,TH,F,SAUNRESERVED
55895RNY MZS PASS15:5516:005M,TU,W,TH,F,SUUNRESERVED
55814MZS DKGN PASS18:4018:455M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
15907TSK NHLN EXP19:3819:402M,TU,W,F,SUCC,2S,GN
15614LACHIT EXPRESS22:1022:155M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
15911TSK NHLN EXP22:3622:382THCC,2S,GN
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure



RECENT NEWS

1
124/2021-22 20-06-2022
Chennai
Changes in Pattern of Train Services


Consequent to the Cancellation of Train services yesterday following disruption of train services in South Central Railway, Changes in Pattern of Train Services were announced. The following are the trains running o­n diverted route :-


DIVERSION OF TRAINS:


·     Train No.22807 Santragachi – Dr MGR Chennai Central AC Superfast Express that left Santragachi at 18.00 hrs o­n 17th June 2022 is running via diverted route of Simhachalam North and Duvvada bypassing Visakhapatnam


·Train No.12840 Dr MGR Chennai Central – Howrah Superfast Mail that left Chennai at 19.15 hrs o­n 17th June 2022 is running via diverted route of Duvvada and Simhachalam North bypassing Visakhapatnam


·      Train No.13351 Dhanbad – Alleppey Express scheduled to leave Dhanbad at 11.40 hrs o­n 17th June 2022, but left at 13.40 hrs with a 2 hour late start  is running via diverted route of Simhachalam North and Duvvada bypassing Visakhapatnam


·Train No.12889 Tatatnagar – Yeswantpur Weekly Superfast Express that left Tatanagar at 18.35 hrs o­n 17th June 2022 is running via diverted route of Simhachalam North and Duvvada bypassing Visakhapatnam


·Train No.12664 Tiruchchirappalli – Howrah Jn Bi Weekly Superfast Express that left Tiruchchirappalli at 13.35 hrs o­n 17th June 2022 is running via diverted route of Duvvada and Simhachalam North bypassing Visakhapatnam


·    Train No.22502 New Tinsukia – KSR Bengaluru Weekly Superfast Express that left New Tinsukia at 18.05 hrs o­n 17th June 2022 is diverted to run via Dibrugarh – New Sisibargoan - Rangiya – Barpeta Road -  New Bongaigoan and will take its normal route from New Bongaigoan


·Train No.12864 Yeswantpur – Howrah Daily Superfast Express that left Yeswantpur o­n 17th June 2022 (scheduled departure 10.15 hrs but left with delayed start at 12.00 hrs Noon o­n 17th June 2022)  is running via diverted route of Duvvada and Simhachalam North bypassing Visakhapatnam

                                                                                       

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2
16817-06-2022
Maligaon
Developing Railway infrastructure in Arunachal Pradesh Aimed to boost local economy & tourism

Arunachal Pradesh, the land of the rising sun, is o­ne of the Northeastern seven sister states. This is o­ne of the most picturesque places in India. This state has the power to become a tourism hub. Working in this direction, Northeast Frontier Railway has done a tremendous amount of infrastructure development in this state. Itanagar, the capital city, became the second o­nly state capital among the eight north eastern states after Guwahati to be o­n the railway map when in 2018 the first Broad guage passenger train chugged into Naharlagun station.

Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) has undertaken many other developmental and infrastructural initiatives in Arunachal Pradesh to boost tourism and improve connectivity during the period 2014-22. The Murkongselek - Pasighat new line (26.15 km), at a cost of Rs 661 crore, has been sanctioned for execution. Surveys for more new broad gauge lines are going o­n. Some  important surveys  like the Lekhapani to Deban via Nampong (75 km) ;  Dumduma to Wakro ( 96 km)  via Simulguri, Namsai and Chowkham; Dangri to Roing( 60 km) & Tinsukia ( Longpatia ) to Pasighat (300 km) via Kanubari, Deomali, Lekhapani, Jairampur, Kharsang, Miao, Diyu, Tezu, Bhismaknagar, Roing and Dambuk ; Dhalai Beel to Seijosa via Itakhola (18 km );  Naharkatia to Deomali  (20 km ); Misamari (Bhalukpong) to Tawang (198 km) via Tenga; North Lakhimpur to Bame via Silapathar  ( 87 km  ); Pasighat to Rupai via Tezu  (217.8 km) and  Lekhapani and Kharsang (26.2 km) are going o­n in full swing.Once completed, these new lines will spearhead the eventual socio-economic boom in the state.

Apart from these new lines survey, other basic Railway infrastructures have also been augmented in Arunachal Pradesh. New Coaching Maintenance Depot was set up and commissioned at Naharlagun in March, 2020. Mechanised cleaning of Naharlagun station started from 2018-19. Toilets for Divyangjan have been provided at Gumto, Naharlagun and Bhalukpong stations. Train Indication Board, Coach Indication Board and Integrated Passenger Information System are provided at these stations. Passenger Reservation System, Unreserved Ticketing System and Free high speed Wi-Fi are also provided at nominated stations of Arunachal Pradesh. Point of sale machines for cash-less transactions were installed in Naharlagun and Bhalukpong stations. As a part of NFR’s Go-Green mission Naharlagun, Bhalukpong and Gumto stations have been provided with 100% LED lights during 2017-18. o­ne 10 kwP solar power plant has also been installed in Naharlagun during 2018-19.

Naharlagun station was opened to both outward and inward goods traffic for ease of freight transportation. 55 freight trains arrived in Arunachal Pradesh with essential commodities and 39 parcel vans were loaded with various commodities for Arunachal Pradesh during 2021-22.

Better rail connectivity in Arunachal Pradesh will benefit not o­nly the local population but also the economy of entire Northeast region. Arunachal Pradesh holds an important position in the development and security of this region. Railway will continue its efforts in transforming Arunachal Pradesh for achieving holistic development of the Northeastern region. 


(Sabyasachi De)
CPRO/N.F.Railway







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