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Address: Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462001, India

Station Code: BPL

Station Name: BHOPAL JN

Zone: WCR/West Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 742

Station Traffic: High

Address: Secunderabad, Regimental Bazaar, Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India

Station Code: SC


Zone: SCR/South Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 700

Station Traffic: High

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TrainTrain NameFromDepToArrTimeDaysClassesStatus
12438NZM SC RJDHNIBPL00:05SC14:0037:55SU1A,2A,3A,12438 Status
12286NZM SC DURONTOHBJ00:06SC14:0013:54M,F1A,2A,3A,SL,12286 Status
19301YESHVANTPUR EXPBPL01:45MJF21:4419:59SU2A,3A,SL,GN,19301 Status
15023GKP YPR EXPBPL03:05KCG22:1019:05TU2A,3A,SL,GN,15023 Status
12724TELANGANA EXPBPL03:30SC19:0015:30M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,12724 Status
04155CNB KCG SF SPLBPL04:10MJF21:3017:20TH2A,3A,SL,GN,04155 Status
22692BANGLORE RJDHNIBPL04:40SC18:2513:45M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,22692 Status
22706TPTY HUMSAFARHBJ05:20SC22:5517:35F3A22706 Status
12719JP HYB SF EXPBPL06:20SC00:0917:49W,F2A,3A,SL,GN,12719 Status
17019JP HYB EXPRESSBPL06:20SC07:3025:10TU2A,3A,SL,GN,17019 Status
12976JP MYSORE EXPBPL07:15KCG23:4016:25M,W1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,12976 Status
12214YPR DURONTO EXPHBJ08:25SC21:1512:50M1A,2A,3A,12214 Status
19713JP SC EXPBPL09:35SC07:3021:55SA1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,19713 Status
12722DAKSHIN EXPRESSBPL10:15SC04:0517:50M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,12722 Status
12650KTK SMPRK K EXPBPL16:15KCG07:0514:50M,TU,TH,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,12650 Status
12708AP SMPRK KRANTIBPL17:58KCG09:5015:52W,F,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,12708 Status
12648KONGU EXPRESSBPL19:05KCG12:1017:05W2A,3A,SL,GN,12648 Status
12591GKP YPR EXPRESSBPL21:10SC15:1018:00SA2A,3A,SL,GN,12591 Status
12589GKP SC EXPRESSBPL21:15SC15:1017:55W2A,3A,SL,GN,12589 Status
15015GKP YPR EXPRESSBPL22:05SC15:1017:05M2A,3A,SL,GN,15015 Status
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Spectrum allocation to Indian Railways and provision of more modern signalling solutions to boost all round safety in Railway operations

More available signal bandwidth to help eliminate train collision due to human error and enhance speed potential; Train Collision Avoidance System approved for 37300 RKm covering important routes in 1st phase

Indian Railways gets a boost with Electronic Interlocking (EI) at 2221 Railway Stations so far

Further, 1550 ELs are planned to be provided in next 3 years

Capacity to run more trains o­n existing gets a boost o­n High Density Routes; Automatic Block Signaling provided o­n 3447 Route km

Automatic Signalling planned o­n around 15000 Rkm of high density and freight intensive routes in Mission Mode

To enhance the safety at Level Crossings; Indian Railways provides interlocking with Signals at 11705 Level Crossing Gates

Government has approved allotment of 5 MHz Spectrum in 700 MHz frequency band to Indian Railways for public safety and security services at stations and in trains

92% Route of the Indian Railway has been covered with OFC based system (62,205 RKms)

For above Modernization of Signalling and Telecommunication, Indian Railways has envisaged investment of nearly Rs 55,000 Crore

Signalling System enhances safety in train operations. Upgradation and replacement of equipments in use over Indian Railways is a continuous process and is undertaken based o­n its condition, operational needs and availability of resources.

In order to further improve safety in train operation and generate additional line capacity, modernisation of Signalling System has been taken in hand which includes -

1. Provision of Electronic Interlocking (EI) to increase Safety and Flexibility - Electronic Interlocking are being adopted o­n a large scale to derive benefits of digital technologies in train operation and to enhance safety. So far 2221 stations have been provided with Electronic Interlocking upto 30.04.2021 covering 34% of Indian Railways. A policy decision has also been taken to provide Electronic Interlocking (EI) in future. Further, 1550 EIs are planned to be provided in next 3 years. This will enhance safety and efficiency of train operations.

2. Automatic Block Signalling (ABS) to increase Line Capacity - In order to increase line capacity to run more trains o­n existing High Density Routes of Indian Railways, Automatic Block Signaling is a cost effective solution. As o­n 30.04.2021, Automatic Block Signaling has been provided o­n 3447 Route km. Indian Railways has planned roll out of automatic signalling o­n around 15000 Rkm of high density and freight intensive routes. The roll out is planned to be undertaken in Mission Mode. With implementation of automatic signalling, increase in capacity will accrue resulting in more train services becoming possible.

3. Safety at Level Crossing gates - Enhancing Safety at Level Crossing Gates has been a major area of concern. Safety gets enhanced by interlocking level crossings with Signals. As o­n 30.04.2021 Indian Railways have provided interlocking with Signals at 11705 Level Crossing Gates to enhance the safety at Level Crossings.

4. Automatic Train Protection (ATP) System as an aid to Loco Pilot to prevent human error - ATP systems are being used by advanced Railway systems in the world as an aid to the Loco Pilots. These systems prevent collisions due to any human error by Loco Pilot. In order to improve safety, a decision has now been taken to provide ATP systems o­n Indian Railways (IR) in a Mission Mode. So far IR was dependent o­n foreign technology for ATP systems. IR with Indian firms has now successfully developed indigenous cost effective technology for ATP – called Train Collision Avoidance System (TCAS). It has been decided to adopt TCAS as the National ATP of India under the ‘AtmaNirbhar Bharat’ Mission of Hon’ble PM. TCAS has been approved for 37300 RKm covering important routes in 1st phase. The roll out of TCAS will eliminate train collision due to human error and enhance speed potential of IR thereby reducing travel time.

It may be noted that giving a boost to ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ Mission, Government has approved allotment of 5 MHz Spectrum in 700 MHz frequency band to Indian Railways for public safety and security services at stations and in trains.

With this spectrum, Indian Railways has envisaged to provide Long Term Evolution (LTE) based Mobile Train Radio Communication o­n its route.

The estimated investment in the project is more than Rs. 25,000 Crore. The project will be completed in the next 5 years.

It brings a strategic shift in Railways’ operations and maintenance regime. It will help in improving the safety and increasing the line capacity to accommodate more trains using the existing infrastructure. The modern rail network will result in reduced transportation cost and higher efficiency. Also, it will attract multinational industries to set up manufacturing units to fulfill the ‘Make in India’ Mission and generate employment.

The purpose of the LTE for Indian Railways is to provide secure and reliable voice, video and data communication services for operational, safety and security applications of Railways. It will be used for :

l Deployment of Modern Cab based Signalling System with Automatic Train Protection which will increased safety & throughput in train operation. Also, help during fog.

l Mission Critical Voice Communication with seamless connectivity in train operations between Driver, Guard, Station Master, Train Traffic Controller & Maintenance staff.

l Monitoring Limited Video Surveillance (Live Feed) through CCTV cameras in Trains to enhance passenger security.

l For IoT based Asset monitoring specially the rolling stock.

l Passenger Information Systems (PIS) in trains & at stations.

In addition to LTE initiative, Other major initiatives in Railway Telecom are:

l Wi-Fi facility has been extended at 6002 stations and 101 balance feasible stations will be covered soon. Out of which 70% stations are of rural area.This facility is being used by passengers, local vendors, coolies, etc.

l To improve security CCTV System has been provided at 801 stations and balance are also planned.

l 92% Route of the Railway has been covered with OFC based system (62,205 RKms). This is being used for Railway’s internal communication and spare capacity is being commercially utilized by RCIL.

l Indian Railway is deploying e-filing system o­n a big way. To improve administrative works, e-office has been provided at 185 Units including all Divisions, Zones, CTIs & PUs. More than 1.35 Lakh users are using this and over 15.0 Lakh e-file are created till now. Existing physical files are being converted into digital files.

For above modernization of Signalling and Telecommunication, Indian Railways has envisaged investment of nearly Rs 55,000 Crore.

(Ch. Rakesh)
Chief Public Relations Officer


SCR delivers over 3,000 MT Medical Oxygen to Telangana

· A total of 33 Oxygen Express trains brings 3,052 MT of LMO in 163 tankers

· SCR delivers more than 6,000 MT of Medical Oxygen to the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh

Indian Railways continuous endeavor to find new solutions to serve the nation and overcome unexpected challenges has o­nce again been strengthened with the supply of Medical Oxygen to the state of Telangana (within SCR) crossing 3,000 MT of Liquid Medical Oxygen (LMO). As o­n date i.e., 15th June 2021, a cumulative total of 3,052 MT of LMO has been delivered at Sanath Nagar in Hyderabad city for the State of Telangana through Oxygen Express trains.

In order to meet the Medical Oxygen requirement of the State in an effective manner, the Oxygen Express trains have been operated from both from the Eastern and Western parts of the Nation. As a result, till date 3,052 MT have been brought in 163 tankers through 33 trains to the State. While 1,885 MT of LMO (104 tankers) was supplied from the state of Odisha, Jharkhand – 680 MT (34 tankers), Chhattisgarh – 282 MT (14 tankers) and Gujarat – 205 MT (11 tankers) have supplied the rest of Medical Oxygen to Telangana.

To meet the Medical Oxygen requirements of the State within the fastest possible time, Indian Railways have been operating these trains along the Green Corridors to ensure minimum transportation time. Multi-disciplinary teams have also been formed to ensure that the Oxygen trains reach at the least possible time. As a result, the average time taken to transport these trains has been over 60 kmph.

Incidentally, the Oxygen Express has also delivered more than 3,000 MT of Liquid Medical Oxygen to the State of Andhra Pradesh within the jurisdiction of SCR. As a result, a cumulative total 6,182 MT of Medical Oxygen delivered has been delivered to the two Telugu states within the South Central Railways.

Shri Gajanan Mallya, General Manager, SCR complimented the Officers and Staff who have contributed towards delivering the Medical Oxygen to the state of Telangana during these critical times. He said that these trains are being operated with a highest sense of urgency so as to ensure that Medical Oxygen to the States reaches in fastest possible time frame. He advised the team to continue same level of monitoring so as to provide hassle-free and seamless operation of these trains.

(Ch. Rakesh)
Chief Public Relations Officer


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