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12524 NDLS NJP SF EXP

Train Schedule & Fare
12524-NDLS NJP SF EXP
New delhi to New jalpaiguri | Distance-1500Kms | Travel Time 27:30Hrs | Avg Speed 55Km/Hr

Runs On- SUN,,,WED
Fare Approx
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S.noCodeStn NameArr.Dep.HaltDisDay
1NDLSNEW DELHISourcee15:0501
2GZBGHAZIABAD15:5115:532:00261
3MBMORADABAD18:0718:158:001671
4LKOLUCKNOW NR23:3523:4510:004931
5GDGONDA JN01:5001:555:006092
6GKPGORAKHPUR JN04:4504:5510:007632
7DEOSDEORIA SADAR05:3205:375:008132
8SVSIWAN JN06:4006:455:008822
9CPRCHHAPRA07:5508:0510:009432
10SEESONPUR JN08:5508:572:009972
11HJPHAJIPUR JN09:0709:125:0010022
12MFPMUZAFFARPUR JN10:0510:105:0010562
13SPJSAMASTIPUR JN11:2011:255:0011082
14ROARUSERA GHAT11:5211:542:0011372
15KGGKHAGARIA JN13:0013:022:0011932
16KIRKATIHAR JN15:1515:2510:0013172
17KNEKISHANGANJ17:0517:072:0014132
18NJPNEW JALPAIGURI18:35Destination15002
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RECENT NEWS

1
19072019/24022-07-2019
Maligaon
BRAHMAPUTRA MAIL TO HAVE NEW LHB (LINKE HOFMANN BUSCH) COACHES

To provide more comfort to the passengers during train journey, N.F. Railway has decided to convert Train No. 14055/14056- Dibrugarh-Delhi Brahmaputra Mail from conventional coaches to LHB (Linke Hofmann Busch) coaches with effect from 20.07.2019 from Dibrugarh and w.e.f. 23.07.2019 from Delhi.

New composition of the Brahmaputra Mail will be o­ne AC-2 tier coach, four AC-3 tier coaches, eleven sleeper class coaches and three second class coaches. o­ne AC hot buffet car and two brake/ luggage cum generator cars will also be there.

 It is to mention here that the thirteen passenger trains which have already been converted to LHB type coaches by the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) include Kamakhya-Lokmanya Tilak Express (Train No. 22512/22511), Kamakhya-Gandhidham Express (Train No. 15668/15667), Bangalore- New Tinsukia Express (Train No. 22501/22502), Kamakhya-Anand Vihar Express (Train No. 15621/15622), Kamakhya-Gaya Express (Train No. 15620/15619), New Jalpaiguri- New Delhi Express (Train No. 12523/12524), Kamakhya- Anand Vihar Express (Train No. 12505/12506), Dibrugarh-Tambaram Express (Train No. 15930/15929), Dibrugarh- Chandigarh Express (Train No. 15903/15904), Dibrugarh- Amritsar Express (Train No. 15933/15934), Kamakhya- Puri Express (Train No. 15644/15643), Kamakhya- Puri Express (Train No. 15640/15639) and Kamakhya- Ranchi Express (Train No. 15662/15661). Total thirty four trains run with LHB coaches over N.F. Railway include which Rajdhani/Shatabdi type trains and trains owned by other Railways.

LHB coaches have more benefits compared to old conventional type coaches in terms of safety as well as passengers’ comfort. The LHB coaches are maintenance –friendly and aesthetic in appearance. The LHB coaches are made of stainless steel and interiors are made of aluminium which is lighter than older o­ne and ensures better riding experience to the passengers.The coaches are also considered to be "anti-telescopic", which means they do not get turned over or flip in case of a collision resulting lesser casualty.



(Pranav Jyoti Sharma)
CPRO/N.F.Railway




2
12042019/03012-04-2019
Maligaon
N.F. Railway improves its operating performance during 2018-19

During the recently concluded financial year 2018-19, the operating performance of N.F. Railway showed significant improvement in most parameters in regards to passenger and goods operation segments. The achievements are given below in short:

Ø5 long distance trains running with conventional ICF model rakes have been replaced with more passenger friendly LHB model rakes. These are 22501 / 22502 New Tinsukia – Bangalore - New Tinsukia Express, 15621 / 15622 Kamakhya – Anand Vihar Express, 15619 / 15620 Kamakhya – Gaya Express, 12523 / 12524 New Jalpaiguri – New Delhi Express, 12505 / 12506 Northeast Express. With this a total of 7 rakes have been converted to LHB.

Ø7 new trains were introduced.

ØTerminals of two long distance trains have been changed for better maintenance.

Ø302 numbers coaches added during the period to clear rush of passenger.

ØJourney of 7 trains were extended to fulfil demand of passenger.

ØFrequency of 1 train was increased.

Ø24 new stoppages of various trains were provided at various stations.

 

In the Goods sector also, the overall performance showed marked improvement over last year. Some of them are given below:

ØThe average speed of Goods carrying trains increased by 4.7% over last year.

ØNew loading / un-loading terminals for Goods trains were opened at Bokajan, Digboi, Tetelia and Sorbhog stations during the year for ease of customers.

ØLoading of Gypsum increased by 21.4 % over last year.

ØLoading of Dolomite increased by 13.8 % over last year.

ØLoading of Fertiliser increased by 13.2 % over last year.

ØLoading of Container increased by 7.2 % over last year.

ØLoading of POL increased by 2.7 % over last year.



(Pranav Jyoti Sharma)
CPRO/N.F.Railway





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