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Address: Badarpur Railway Station, NH 44, Badarpur, Assam 788806, India

Station Code: BPB

Station Name: BADARPUR JN

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 105

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Cantonment Railway Station, Cantonment Railway Station Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Station Code: BNC


Zone: SWR/South Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 473

Station Traffic: High

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SCR Initiates Preventive Measures To Contain Spread of Coronavirus at Secunderabad Railway Station

- Godavari Express (Train No. 12728) and Gowthami Express (Train No. 12738) will depart from PF No. 10 (instead of PF No. 1) to decongest platform area.

- H. Nizamuddin – Bangalore Rajdhani (Train No. 22692) will depart from PF No. 1 (instead of PF No. 10).

In view of the heavy rush of travelling passengers at Secunderabad Railway station during the festival season, SCR is undertaking preventive measures to contain the spread of Coronavirus. As part of implementing these measures all the passengers are requested to follow the guidelines and co-operate with Railway administration.

1. Entry of passengers travelling by trains leaving within the next 2 hrs are o­nly allowed to enter into station to avoid over-crowding o­n platforms.

2. Entry of persons with valid journey ticket/platform ticket is being ensured. Commercial branch in co-ordination with RPF personnel monitor social distancing is followed by passengers while boarding the train.

3. Thermal screening of passengers is being done at Secunderabad station by RPF personnel regularly.

4. SCR is making all efforts to control the spread of COVID-19 duly sanitizing and disinfecting public interface areas at stations at regular intervals.

5. In order to curtail non-traveling public o­n platforms, rates of platform tickets have been enhanced from existing Rs. 10/- to Rs. 50/- at Secunderabad station.

6. Passengers who are not in possession of masks are guided to stalls available o­n platforms for purchasing masks.

7. Special teams are formed to guide passengers for complying with social distancing and wearing of masks at stations duly by guiding them to their coaches by respective trains

8. To ensure wearing of face masks or face cover by all persons at railway premises (including trains), fines (up to ₹ 500) under Indian Railways (Penalties for activities affecting cleanliness at Railway Premises) Rules, 2012, is being imposed.

9. Regular announcements are being made in railway stations at frequent intervals educating the passengers to follow safety norms while at stations and during their journey and penalties for non-compliance of COVID-19 protocols.

10. In order to strictly enforce the COVID-19 protocols at stations, intensive checking was carried by Commercial branch at Secunderabad station o­n 10-01-2022 & 11-01-2022 and passengers who were not wearing masks were fined. A total of 169 cases were charged an amount of Rs. 34,100/- was collected by way of fines from defaulters.

11. Regular platforms of the following three trains are being changed to decongest platform area with effect from 12th January to 21st January, 2022 as follows:

A. Train No. 12728 Hyderabad – Visakhapatnam Godavari Express will depart from PF No. 10 at 17.10/17.15 hrs (instead of PF No. 1).

B. Train No. 12738 Lingampalli – Kakinada Port Gowthami Express will depart from PF No. 10 at 21.10/21.15 hrs (instead of PF No. 1).

C. Train No. 22692 H. Nizamuddin – Bangalore Rajdhani Express will depart from PF No. 1 at 17.20/17.25 hrs (instead of PF No. 10).

Innovative measures by N. F. Railway To improve movement of goods trains in hill section

To combat the constraints in train movement due to steep gradient, sharp curves etc. in hilly terrain, the Northeast Frontier Railway has been initiating innovative measures time to time. In a recent such initiative, Lumding division of N. F. Railway conducted a successful trial of hauling a full length goods train with powerful locomotives in the challenging Lumding – Badarpur hill section.

In a historic step that promises to vastly improve the mobility of goods trains in the challenging Lumding – Badarpur hill section, Lumding division conducted the successful trial of hauling a full length goods train carrying food grains to Salchapra near Silchar, Assam. The goods train was hauled by a powerful WDG6 locomotive in the front, and o­ne WDG4 locomotive in the rear as banking engine. This successful effort holds the promise of eliminating the need for the use of multi – loco units in the Lumding - Badarpur section, which is presently a major cause of hindrance and slow running of goods trains in the section.

During this trial, the freight train was able to clear the challenging Lumding - Badarpur section made up of steep gradients and sharp curves effortlessly. Loco Pilot S.N. Raju and Guard Subrata Das, as well as Loco Inspector D. K. Gour and Traffic Inspector Ashok Basak were o­n board the train. The whole movement of the train was monitored from the Divisional Office by a team of officers including Senior Divisional Operations Manager K. K. Sharma, Senior Divisional Mechanical Engineer Himanshu Gunawat and Assistant Operations Manager Dipankar Gogoi under the overall guidance of Divisional Railway Manager of Lumding Shri J. S. Lakra.

The new WDG6G locomotives have high horsepower and capacity to haul over 6000 Tonnes, which is proving to be immensely beneficial for train movement in the section. o­nce this new system is regularized, it will be possible to ensure faster and unhindered delivery of food grains and other essential commodities by rail to the states of Tripura, Manipur and Mizoram apart from the Barak Valley of Assam, benefiting the people of the region.

(Guneet Kaur)


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