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12026 PUNE SHATABDI

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12026-PUNE SHATABDI
Secunderabad jn to Pune jn | Distance-597Kms | Travel Time 8:25Hrs | Avg Speed 74Km/Hr

Runs On- SUN,MON,,WED,THU,FRI,SAT
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S.noCodeStn NameArr.Dep.HaltDisDay
1SCSECUNDERABAD JNSource14:4501
2BMTBEGAMPET14:5314:552:0051
3VKBVIKARABAD JN15:4415:451:00721
4TDUTANDUR16:1416:151:001131
5WADIWADI17:1917:223:001841
6KLBGKALABURAGI JN17:5317:563:002211
7SURSOLAPUR JN19:3719:403:003341
8PUNEPUNE JN23:10Destination5971
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RECENT NEWS

1
577/2018-1901-11-2018
CHENNAI
Rationalisation of Flexi Fare Scheme

Review of Flexi Fare scheme done based o­n the recommendation of the Review committee, Comptroller and Auditor General’s report, and representations from passengers

 

Flexi Fare completely removed from 15 trains

 

Flexi Fare removed from 32 trains during lean period (February, March and August)

 

Graded Discount upto 20% o­n last fare to be given (class wise) in case of class occupancy being less than 60%

 

Highest slab reduced from 1.5 times to 1.4 times

 

Flexi Fare Scheme was launched with effect from 9th September, 2016. The scheme generated high revenue however initially there was a drop of passengers which picked up later o­n. Further, to rationalise the fares an 8 member committee was formed to review the scheme and make it more passenger friendly. The review of the scheme has been done based o­n the recommendation of the committee, Comptroller and Auditor General’s report, and representations from passengers. The Railways has reviewed Flexi Fare Scheme and introduced following changes:

 

Discontinuation of Flexi-fare in trains with average monthly occupancy less than 50% throughout the previous year. (List of 15 Trains given in Annexure A)

Discontinuation of Flexi-fare, in lean period of 3 months, in trains with average monthly occupancy between 50-75% throughout the previous year. (List of 32 Trains given in Annexure B)

Maximum current cap of 1.5 times to be reduced to 1.4 times in all classes

To increase the occupancy of less patronised classes (2A, 3A, CC etc.), Graded discount of 20% o­n last fare o­n all trains with Flexi Fare and Humsafar Trains where occupancy of a particular class is less than 60% (4 days prior to scheduled departure of the train). Further, 10% discount will be offered as per the table given below:

Upto -70% occupancy:20% o­n last fare

70-80%occupancy:10% o­n last fare

Above 80%occupancy:Nil

Changes shall be implemented from Advance Reservation Period (ARP) i.e. 4 months after making necessary changes in Passenger Reservation System, o­n an experimental basis for six months to be further extended after assessing its outcome

 

Annexure A

List of trains with occupancy less than 50% (2017-18) from which Flexi Fare will be removed in 2018-19

Sl No.

Train no.

Train type

Train Name

1

12006

Shatabdi

Kalka-New Delhi Shatabdi

2

12012

Shatabdi

Kalka-New Delhi Shatabdi

3

12037

Shatabdi

New Delhi-Ludhiana Shatabdi

4

12038

Shatabdi

Ludhiana-New Delhi Shatabdi

5

12043

Shatabdi

Moga(Ludhiana)-New Delhi Shatabdi

6

12044

Shatabdi

New Delhi-Moga(Ludhiana) Shatabdi

7

12047

Shatabdi

New Delhi-Bhatinda Shatabdi

8

12048

Shatabdi

Bhatinda-New Delhi Shatabdi

9

12085

Shatabdi

Guwahati-Dibrugarh Shatabdi

10

12086

Shatabdi

Dibrugarh-Guwahati Shatabdi

11

12087

Shatabdi

Naharlagun-Guwahati Shatabdi

12

12088

Shatabdi

Guwahati-Naharlagun Shatabdi

13

12277

Shatabdi

Howrah-Puri Shatabdi

14

22205

Duronto

Chennai-Madurai Duronto

15

22206

Duronto

Madurai-Chennai Duronto


 

Annexure B

List of trains with occupancy between 50%-75% (2017-18) from which Flexi Fare will be removed in lean period of 2018-19

 

S.No

Train No.

Train Name

1

12005

KALKA SHATABDI

2

12014

AMRITSAR SHATABDI

3

12016

AJMER SHATABDI

4

12018

DEHRADUN SHATABDI

5

12020

SHATABDI EXPRESS

6

12025

SHATABDI EXP

7

12026

PUNE SHATABDI

8

12030

SWARNA SHATABDI

9

12031

AMRITSAR SHATABDI

10

12032

AMRITSAR SHATABDI

11

12039

KGM NDLS SHT

12

12041

SHATABDI EXPRESS

13

12042

NJP HWH SHATABDI

14

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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
No.48/2015-1628-04-2015
Secunderabad
“Adhering to Safety Schedules is the foremost requirement for Accident free environ on Railways” - Says Shri P.K.Srivastava, General Manager, SCR at a High Level Safety Review Meeting



Shri P.K. Srivastava, GM SCR seen holdig a Safety Review Meeing o­n 28.4.2015



Shri E. Narsing Rao, Technitian, receives Cash Awards from GM SCR for his detection of hot axle in a train and avoided possible untoward incident.

        Shri P.K.Srivastava, General Manager, South Central Railway held a high level Safety Review Meeting through Video Conference with the Divisional Railway Managers (DRM’s) of all the 6 Divisions o­n SCR viz., Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Guntur, Guntakal and Nanded Divisions & Principal Heads of Departments (PHODs) today i.e., 28th April, 2015 at Rail Nilayam, Secunderabad.

Shri P.K. Srivastava appreciated the entire team of officers and staff involved in train operations for ensuring reduction in yard derailments, weld failures, rail breakage failures etc. o­n the Zone. He cautioned that there shall be no complacency in the aspect of rail safety and stated that there would be “Zero Tolerance” o­n the matter. The General Manager stated that:-

 

ØThe Safety schedules shall strictly be maintained so as to keep the rail assets including rolling stock in fine fettle.


ØThe incidents of fire in stabled coaches shall be stopped by ensuring that a stabled coach is kept in locked condition so as to prevent trespassers and a probable mishap. GM directed the DRMs to initiate measures in this direction.


ØDuring the summer season all precautions should be taken in the movement of Goods Trains. Particularly the coal loaded wagons should be sprinkled with water before its departure from the yard so as to prevent fire incidents.


ØEnsure, tarpaulins are fitted properly o­n the open wagons. Loosely fitted tarpaulins may entangle with Over Head Equipment and may hamper the train movements.


ØHe has directed DRM’s to closely monitor the progress of work o­n elimination of the Unmanned Railway Level Crossings (UMLCs) and all efforts shall be put to achieve the set targets by the end of March, 2017.


ØCounselling of Safety Category staff is of paramount importance and hence Officers / Supervisors shall take up the same in right earnest.  Road Safety Counsellors should be made available at all the UMLCs.


Ø He has directed DRM’s to conduct Safety Seminars to sensitize the Staff involved in Train Operations. Outdoor practical field training should be given to all the newly recruited/ transferred staff of ASMs and Points Men o­n priority.


ØFurther he had stated that Safety Drives shall be taken up with all seriousness with focus o­n critical aspects as exchange of signals, movement of trains in yards, adequate rest to crew before booking for duties etc.


ØHe cautioned that negligence or any violation of safety norms during the course of discharging duties by staff shall be viewed very seriously and action will be initiated against them for any dereliction.

            Earlier, Shri P.K. Srivastava presented a cash award to a Technician of Secunderabad Division, Shri E. Narsing Rao, for his devotion to duty in ensuring safety of train movement. The Senior Technician while conducting rolling in examination at Secunderabad Railway Station detected a Hot Axle in the Train No. 12026 Pune – Secunderabad Shatabdi Express. He immediately acted upon to rectify the defect, thereby helped averting  the unsafe condition for the train . 

            The DRM’s appraised the General Manager o­n the details pertaining to safety o­n their respective Divisions, measures being undertaken o­n the Safety matters, follow up action etc. Shri S.P Sahu, Chief Safety Officer, SCR made a Power Point Presentation o­n Safety. Shri J.N.Jha, Chief Operations Manager was amongst the Officials present.



(M. Umashankar Kumar)
Chief Public Relations Officer





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