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22803-HWH SBP SUP EXP
Howrah jn to Sambalpur | Distance-661Kms | Travel Time 10:55Hrs | Avg Speed 66Km/Hr

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1HWHHOWRAH JNSourcee20:5501
2KGPKHARAGPUR JN22:4022:5010:001161
3BLSBALASORE00:2400:262:002342
4BHCBHADRAKH01:3501:405:002962
5JJKRJAJPUR K ROAD02:1402:162:003402
6DNKLDHENKANAL03:4603:482:004442
7TLHDTALCHER ROAD04:3304:352:004932
8ANGLANGUL05:0005:022:005052
9BONABOINDA05:3305:352:005432
10RAIRRAIRAKHOL06:1206:142:005902
11SBPSAMBALPUR07:50Destination6612
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Press Release No. 22803-10-2019
Hubballi
Press Release No. 228, SHRI PRALHAD JOSHI INAUGURATES SECOND ENTRY OF HUBBALLI RAILWAY STATION, COMMISSIONS HUBBALLI BYPASS LINE AND DEDICATES MONUMENTAL FLAG AT DHARWAD

                                                                                                     

                                                               SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

                                   Press Release No. 228   Dt. 02.10.2019

SHRI PRALHAD JOSHI INAUGURATES SECOND ENTRY

 OF HUBBALLI RAILWAY STATION, COMMISSIONS

 HUBBALLI BYPASS LINE AND DEDICATES

 MONUMENTAL FLAG AT DHARWAD

Shri Pralhad Joshi, Hon’ble Union Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Coal and Mines and Shri Suresh Channabasappa Angadi, Hon’ble Minister of State of Railways inaugurated the second entry of Hubballi Railway Station, commissioned the Hubballi By-pass line and dedicated a monumental flag at Dharwad Railway station today (02.10.2019) from Hubballi Railway Station.

Speaking of the occasion Shri Pralhad Joshi said that there was a long pending demand for second entry that materialized now. He appreciated the provision of statue of Rani Chennamma at second entry. He elucidated the importance of Bypass line work especially after shifting of Goods shed.

He said that he has discussed with Hon'ble MR that frequency of Hubballi-Varanasi - Hubballi Bi-weekly Express shall be increased to four days a week. He further said that connectivity to Mangaluru via Madgaon shall be provided by introducing a train.

Shri Suresh Angadi in his address said  that though Shri Pralhad Joshi instructed in last function that second entry shall be completed within o­ne month, Railway completed the work in 10 days and has made ready to inaugurate o­n 2nd October. Wi Fi has been provided in more than 5000 stations and many developmental works are being done.

Hon'ble MoSR assured that he will take steps to increase the frequency of Bi-weekly Hubballi-Varanasi - Hubballi train. He appreciated the cleanliness of Mysuru station and said that Hubballi and Belagavi will be developed in same lines.

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, GM/SWR said that to decongest the main entry and to provide easy accessibility from Gadag Road, the work for construction of second entry, circulating area and facelift of station approach was taken up.  Foot over Bridge connecting to all Platforms at Hubballi Station is directly connected from 2nd entry.   The total work has been taken up at a cost of approx. Rs.3.35 Cr. This 2nd entry will further enhance connectivity for passengers coming to board trains at Hubballi Station from Keshwapur, Kusgal Road and adjoining upcoming areas of Hubballi.  At present Circulating area with approach road, 3 booking windows for Unreserved Ticket booking, Toilet facilities, 2 wheeler and 4 wheeler parking facilities have been provided at 2ndentrance.  To give facelift to the 2ndentry  and also as landmark, statue of Rani Chennama, famous freedom fighter from Karnataka has been erected, lit up and is attractive sight during night. It is proposed to provide an escalator in future o­n this side.

To ease the congestion of Hubballi Junction, a new bye-pass line between Kusugal and Amargol has been commissioned.  The alignment is close to urban area but still did not involve dismantling of even a single structure. This Bye pass double line has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 150 Crs in a record time of 02 years 08 months.   

This 10 km long double line (Total 20.6 km) facilitates diversion of all goods trains between Amargol to Kusugal so that Hubballi Junction station will be able to deal more number of Express and Passenger trains quickly.  To improve safety and punctuality, level crossings gates have been eliminated by construction of ROB/RUB. In this a short stretch of track, 2 Road Over Bridges and 10 Road Under Bridges and 19 waterway bridges have been constructed as a part of this project. Road over Bridge in Hubli-Solapur Road (NH 218) is constructed for 4 lanes and 3 tracks considering the future development of Hubballi – Dharwad as Smart City. Road over Bridge o­n Goppankoppa – Shivalli Road is constructed for 2 lanes and 3 track crossings.  All the Roads under Bridges are built as per Indian Road Congress standards.

The track is designed for 25T Axle load with a speed potential of 105 kmph. UP/DN lines facilitate quick movement of goods trains avoiding detentions and in turn main line towards Hubballi Junction will be de-congested for passenger trains.

Speaking about the installation of monumental flag at Dharwad he said that in order to showcase the importance of Dharwad, the district headquarters, 100 feet monumental flag has been dedicated o­n the eve of Gandhi Jayanti to mark 150th  birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation.  This flag is hoisted o­n circulating area of entrance of Dharwad Railway Station. The height of mast with flag is 100 m & it’s called monumental flag. The size of flag is of 20 ft x 30 ft and  cost of total installation is approx. Rs. 10 lakhs.         

Shri Jagadish Shettar, Hon’ble Minister of Large and medium scale industries and District incharge Minister of Dharwad; Shri Roopa Shrinivasan, Principal Finance Advisor: Shri Rajiv Saxena, Senior Deputy General Manager, Shri Murali Krishna, Additional Divisional Railway Manager; Shri S.K. Jha, Additional Divisional Railway Manager, other officers, staff, Media representatives and  public were present o­n this occasion.


        

    

                                                      (E. Vijaya)

                                                         Chief Public Relations Office





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03-05-2019
CANCELLATION OF TRAINS DUE TO CYCLONE “FANI”

SOUTHEASTERNRAILWAY

Bulletin No.2

PRESS RELEASE

CANCELLATION OF TRAINS DUE TO CYCLONE “FANI”

 

Kolkata, 3rd. May, 2019:

 

Due to heavy damage caused by severe cyclonic storm “FANI”, the following trains of S E Railway will remain cancelled in addition to cancellation of trains declared earlier.

 

Sl.No.

Train No.

Train Name

From

To

Cancelled o­n

1

12821

Howrah-Puri Dhauli Express

Howrah

Puri

04/5/2019

2

12703

Howrah-Secunderabad Falaknuma Express

Howrah

Secunderabad

04/5/2019

3

12245

Howrah-Yesvantpur Duronto Express

Howrah

Yesvantpur

04/5/2019

4

12841

Howrah-Chennai Coromandal Express

Howrah

Chennai

04/5/2019

5

18645

Howrah-Hyderabad East Coast Express

Howrah

Hyderabad

04/5/2019

6

12863

Howrah-Yesvantpur Express

Howrah

Yesvantpur

04/5/2019

7

12839

Howrah-Chennai Mail

Howrah

Chennai

04/5/2019

8

18409

Howrah-Puri Sri Jagannath Express

Howrah

Puri

04/5/2019

9

12837

Howrah-Puri Express

Howrah

Puri

04/5/2019

10

18047

Howrah-Vasco Da Gama Amravati Express

Howrah

Vasco Da Gama

04/5/2019

11

22803

Howrah-Sambalpur Express

Howrah

Sambalpur

04/5/2019

12

12857/58

Howrah-Digha-Howrah Tamralipta Express

Howrah/Digha

Digha/Howrah

04/5/2019

13

12847/48

Howrah-Digha-Howrah Super AC Express

Howrah/Digha

Digha/Howrah

04/5/2019

14

22877

Howrah-Ernakumal Antyodaya Express

Howrah

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