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SARAI

STATION INFO

Address: Bihar 844125, India

Station Code: SAI)SARA

Station Name: SAI)SARAI

Zone: ECR/East Central

Total Unique Trains: 13

Train Frequency Weekly: 64

Station Traffic: Medium

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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
75212SEE SPJ DMU03:4903:501M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
55022SV SPJ PASS08:0908:101M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
14523HARIHARNATH EXP08:1508:172M,TH3A,SL,GN
11124GWL BJU MAIL08:4408:462M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
63267MFP PPTA PASS09:0309:041M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
63266PPTA RD PASS12:2612:282M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
63265RD PPTA PASS15:2915:312M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
55021SPJ SV PASS18:2218:242M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
63268PPTA MFP PASS19:3419:351M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
11123BJU GWL MAIL22:1622:182M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN
75211SPJ SEE DMU22:2822:291M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED
15532ASR SHC JANSADHARAN22:3622:371MUNRESERVED
14524HARIHARNATH EXP22:3822:391TU,SA3A,SL,GN
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure



RECENT NEWS

1
No.76/2020–2102-05-2020
Chennai
To improve safety and operational efficiencies, backend warriors of Indian Railways execute long pending major maintenance works of Bridges and Tracks besides Yard remodelling, Renewal of Scissors Crossover during this lockdown

https://sr.indianrailways.gov.in/cris//webadmin/cms/upload.jsp


PRESS INFORMATION BUREAU

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

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To improve safety and operational efficiencies, backend warriors of Indian Railways execute long pending major maintenance works of Bridges and Tracks besides Yard remodelling, Renewal of Scissors Crossover during this lockdown.


Pending for several years, they confronted Indian Railways as bottlenecks in different zones across the country.


Around 500 modern heavy duty Track Maintenance Machines along with track, signal & Overhead Equipment (OHE) maintainers have worked regularly for 10749 machine days to complete overdue track maintenance of 12270 km plain track & 5263 nos. of Turn outs


Ultrasonic flaw detection (USFD) of 30182 kms of track and 1,34,443 rail welds has been carried out with USFD machine.


Indian Railways planned these works during lockdown period considering it ‘Once in a lifetime opportunity’ to wipe out these maintenance arrears and take up the execution of work without affecting the train service

New Delhi, 02nd May, 2020


Backend warriors of Indian Railways have successfully executed long pending Maintenance works like Yard remodelling, Renewal of Scissors Crossover, Repairs of Bridges during this lockdown. Pending for several years, they often confronted Indian Railways as bottlenecks.


Apart from ensuring supply chains all essential commodities running through parcel trains and freight trains, Indian Railways executed these long pending maintenance works during this lockdown period when passenger services were suspended due to COVID -19.


Indian Railways focused o­n several long pending overdue maintenance works requiring Traffic block of long durations. These works were pending for several years and were confronting Railways with severe bottlenecks. Indian Railways planned these works during lockdown period considering it ‘Once in a lifetime opportunity’ to wipe out these maintenance arrears and take up the execution of work without affecting the train service.

The maintenance of assets was taken up regularly to continue the supply chain of essential goods to public.

Around 500 modern heavy duty Track Maintenance Machines along with track, signal & Overhead Equipment (OHE) maintainers have worked regularly for 10749 machine days to complete overdue track maintenance of 12270 km plain track & 5263 nos. of Turn outs.


Health of the track has been monitored through periodic runs of Oscillation Monitoring System (OMS) cumulating 1,92,488 kms. of track at 5362 peak locations indicated by OMS test has been attended to ensure proper quality. Ultrasonic flaw detection (USFD) of 30182 kms of track and 1,34,443 rail welds has been carried out with USFD machine. Critical summer precaution activities like de-stressing of long welded rail (LWR)which involved huge men power has been taken up with a new procedure for carrying out the work with ensuring social distancing norms. 2,246 kms of de-stressing of LWR has been done.


SOME OF THE IMPORTANT TRACK WORKS:


  1. Renewal of wooden layout Scissors crossover with standard Pre-stress Concrete (PSC) layout in KAZIPET yard (South Central Railway).

A major block of 72 hrs was taken in Kazipet yard for pending yard remodelling to replace old wooden scissors crossover laid in1970 with standard PSC layout. It will improve the safety and speed of train movement through the yard.




  1. Renewal of Scissors Crossover at Vijayawada Yard with PSC Layout (South Central Railway).


Two blocks of 24 hours were taken o­n 09.04.20 and 10.04.20 during the lockdown period for renewal of old wooden layout Scissors crossover with standard PSC layout crossover providing a vital link and flexibility in the operations of the yard. This will improve movement of train service towards Secundrabad and Vishakhapatnam.










  1. Repair of Cement Concrete (CC) apron o­n Line no 1 and 2 at Baroda station (Western Railway).


The repair of CC aprons of Line no. 1 was undertaken in a traffic block of 4 days (8/4/2020- 11/4/2020) and of Line no 2 in a traffic block of 12 days (13/4/2020- 24/4/2020) using Ultra high strength, free flowing non shrink cement grout. The grout has arrested the pumping action of track o­n line no. 1 & 2 at the affected locations.


  1. Remodeling work in Bangalore City yard (South Western Railway):


Work of Bangalore City Yard remodeling for simultaneous receipt and dispatch of trains at Mysore end was completed successfully. This work was pending for more than last 10 years and would have involved cancellation/short termination of 60 Mail/Express Trains under normal circumstances.


IMPORTANT BRIDGE WORKS:-


  1. Re-girdering of Bridge No. 86 o­n Tunga River near Shivamogga Town (South Western Railway).


This is an important bridge having15 spans of 18.30m steel plate girders at Km. 61/100-500 o­n Birur Jn - Telguppa section of Mysore division. This work in normal times would have required traffic block of about 45 hours at 3:00 hours each day.


The existing steel girders are non-standard and being replaced with 25T loading standard steel girders. The height of the bridge is about 20m from river bed. The launching of all girders will be completed by 02.05.2020.







  1. Dismantling of Road Over Bridge (ROB) near Chennai Station (Southern Railway) :


Dismantling of unsafe ROB crossing 8 tracks o­n the approach of Chennai Central Station has been started o­n 26.03.20 and will be completed by 03.05.20. If done in normal time, it would have required 48 hours traffic blockon line 1 to 6 and72 hours traffic block o­n line 7 & 8 (suburban lines)with at least double the resources and cost apart from massive cancellation/rescheduling of trains with resultant loss of passenger revenue.


  1. Insertion of twin box segments of size 4.65x5.15m for subway in lieu of manned level crossing no. 493 (East Coast Railway):


A subway work was done between Visakhapatnam-Gopalapatnam section o­n 21.04.2020 in a traffic block of 9 hrs.This will facilitate closure of level crossing thereby improving safety of public. This work was pending from long time for want of traffic block.


  1. Construction of bridge in Rajahmundry-Vishakhapatnam section to cater opening of 4 x 5.5 m (South Central Railway).



The work involves provision of new bridge in HUDUD affected area where the track was washed out 2 times in 2013 & 2014. Total 21 hours traffic block was availed at 7:00 hrs each o­n 25.04.2020, 27.04.2020 and 28.04.2020. This bridge was required for passage of flood water to avoid breaches.

v. Insertion of Box at Bridge No. 525 (South Central Railway):


16 Boxes of size (4.6x4 m) were inserted at Bridge no. 525 o­n UP line at km 266/7-5 between Tanguturu–Singarayakonda o­n 29.04.2020 in critical situation successfully within traffic block of 8 hrs.



  1. Launching of 6 Foot Over Bridges (FOBs) under Bhusawal division (Central Railway)


Work of launching of 5 FOBs during the lockdown has been completed o­ne each at Bhusawal, Bodwad, Akola, New Amravati and Chandur Bazar Railway stations. 6th and the last o­ne at Nandurastation has also been targeted o­n 2.5.2020.


  1. Dismantling of old abandoned twin FOBs at Ludhiana railway station (Northern Railway).


100-year-old twin FOBs were closed to passenger use since 2014. However, dismantling of old FOB in OHE territory blocking all lines for more than 10-12 hours for several days was not feasible o­n New Delhi- Amritsar route. During lockdown, dismantling of these FOBs has been planned to complete in traffic blocks of 8-10 hrs. for 8 days. 2 traffic blocks have already been availed for successful dismantling of FOBs.




  1. Launching of Service girder for Canal work (East Central Railway):


Long pending work of launching of service girder in connection with Canal work of State Govt., requiring 10+ hours block was completed in Kakarghatti-Tarsarai busy single line section of Samastipur division.



  1. Dismantling of Talla ROB (Eastern Railway):


The ROB was unsafe for passenger, therefore, same was closed for re-construction. 8 spans of the ROB over Kolkata terminal station crossing 11 tracks and stabling lines were dismantled. In normal situation it would have a huge impact o­n passenger (especially suburban services) and freight services due to traffic blocks.







(B.Guganesan)
Chief Public Relations Officer




2
840 27-04-2020
Maligaon
Ministry of Railways offers to supply 2.6 lakh meals daily from various Railway kitchens

With the nationwide lockdown extended until 3rd May 2020, it is key that care and food for vulnerable sections of the society is ensured. Indian Railways has played a pivotal role since the start of the lockdown in maintaining the supply chain and logistics of essential goods such as food and medicine to even remote locations of the country. Ministry of Railways has now offered to supply 2.6 lakh meals daily from various Railway kitchens wherever the district administration is willing and able to pick up cooked meals and distribute among the needy. This has been communicated to District authorities all over the country.

Details of zone wise kitchen in-charges have also been communicated to all the States. The offer of 2.6 lacs meals / day is based o­n the kitchen capacities of the earmarked initial locations. If the need arises, more such locations can be ramped up to boost the supply. These meals will be available at just cost basis at Rs 15/- per meal. Payments settlement can be done by the State Governments at later stage.

IRCTC has also agreed to ramp up the number of cooked meals as per demand. Nearly o­ne lakh free hot cooked meals are already being distributed by Indian Railways daily. Indian Railways staffs from a number of Railway organizations have worked tirelessly since 28thMarch 2020 to provide hot cooked meals to needy people after the lockdown due to COVID-19. Railways has been providing bulk cooked food with paper plates for lunch and food packets for dinner through IRCTC base kitchens, RPF resources, Commercial and other railway departments, and contribution of NGOs.

Distribution of free hot cooked meals by Indian Railways during the national lockdown due to COVID-19 crossed the two million mark day before yesterday with a total of more than 20.5 lacs hot cooked meals distributed to people vulnerable to hunger due to the pandemic and lockdown like stranded persons, daily wage labourers, migrants, children, coolies, homeless, the poor and many who form the floating population.

This is being done with the active cooperation of IRCTC base kitchens spread over various zones such as Northern, Western, Eastern, Southern and South Central. Distribution of food is being done with the help of RPF, GRP, and commercial departments of Zones, State Governments, District administrations and NGOs, even beyond the station vicinity to cater to the food requirements of needy people in areas surrounding the railway stations.

The IRCTC kitchens gearing up to serve the needy persons in case of demand include Gaya, Deen Dayal (Mugalsarai), Rajinder Nagar (Patna), Samastipur, Dhanbad, Hajipur, Katihar, Guwahati, Ranchi, Balasore, Tatanagar and Howrah in East Zone; New Delhi and Prayagraj in North Zone; Vijayawada, Khurda Road, Visakhapatnam and Raipur in South Central Zone; Bangalore, Hubli, Tiruchirappalli, Katpadi, Ch Engalpa Ttu and Madurai in South Zone; and Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune and Bhusaval in West Zone.



(Subhanan Chanda)
CPRO/N.F. Railway







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