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6 Trains from (BPQ)BALHARSHAH to (UJN)UJJAIN JN


Address: Balharshah Railway Station, Balharshah, Maharashtra, India

Station Code: BPQ

Station Name: BALHARSHAH

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 374

Station Traffic: High

Address: Ujjain Railway Station, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India

Station Code: UJN

Station Name: UJJAIN JN

Zone: WR/Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 345

Station Traffic: High





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12969CBE JAIPUR EXPBPQ07:50UJN21:2513:35F1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,12969 Status
12967JAIPUR EXPBPQ07:50UJN21:2513:35TU,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,12967 Status
12975JAIPUR EXPRESSBPQ08:00UJN21:2513:25TH,SA1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,12975 Status
16864MQ BGKT EXPBPQ11:30UJN02:0514:35M2A,3A,SL,GN,16864 Status
22631ANUVRAT EXPRESSBPQ11:30UJN02:0514:35TH1A,2A,3A,22631 Status
22646AHILYANAGARI EXBPQ13:05UJN03:1014:05SA2A,3A,SL,GN,22646 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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Press Release No. 79 Dt:11.05.202012-05-2020
Press Release No. 79 Dt:11.05.2020, Passenger services on Indian Railways shall be partially restored w.e.f. from 12th May 2020 in a graded manner

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 79 Dt:11.05.2020

Passenger services o­n Indian Railways shall be partially restored w.e.f. from 12th May 2020 in a graded manner

Fifteen pair of special trains (thirty trains) shall be operated

These services shall be in addition to the Shramik specials

Special trains which have been started presently, will have o­nly Air conditioned classes i.e. First, Second & Third AC

Only o­nline E-Ticketing will be done through IRCTC website

Maximum Advance Reservation Period (ARP) will be of maximum 7 days

Passengers are encouraged to carry their own food and drinking water

The passengers shall reach the station at-least 90 minutes in advance to facilitate thermal screening at the station

No Linen, blankets and curtains shall be provided inside the train. Passengers are advised to carry their own linen

For movement of the passenger(s) as well as the driver of the vehicle transporting the passenger(s) to and fro the Railway Station shall be allowed o­n the basis of the confirmed e-ticket

Ministry of Railways (MoR) in consultation with ministry of Health & Family welfare (MoHFW) and Ministry of Home Affairs(MHA) has decided that train services o­n Indian Railways shall be partially restored w.e.f. from 12th May 2020 in a graded manner. Fifteen pair of special trains (thirty trains) shall be operated as per the details mentioned in the annexure. (link is given below)

These services shall be in addition to the Shramik specials for transporting stranded persons, which are under operation w.e.f. 1st May 2020.

Other regular Passenger services including all mail/express, passenger and suburban services shall remain cancelled until further advice. 

These special trains which have been started presently will have o­nly Air conditioned classes i.e. First, Second & Third AC. The fare structure for the ‘Special Trains’ shall be as applicable for the regular time tabled Rajdhani trains (excluding catering charges). 

Only o­nline E-Ticketing will be done through IRCTC website or through Mobile App. No tickets will be booked across the reservation counter o­n any Railway Station. Booking of tickets through ‘agents’, (both IRCTC Agents and Railway Agents) shall not be permitted. Maximum Advance Reservation Period (ARP) will be of maximum 7 days. 

Only confirmed e-tickets shall be booked. Booking of RAC/Waiting list ticket and o­n board booking by ticket checking staff shall not be permitted. Current booking, tatkal and premium tatkal booking shall not be permitted. No Unreserved tickets (UTS) shall be permitted.

No catering charges shall be included in the fare. Provision for pre paid meal booking, e-catering shall be disabled. However, IRCTC shall make provision for limited eatables and packaged drinking water o­n payment basis. Information to this effect shall be made available to passengers during time of booking ticket. 

Passengers are encouraged to carry their own food and drinking water. Dry, ready-to-eat food and bottled water shall be provided o­n demand, inside the trains o­n payment basis. 

All passengers shall be compulsorily screened and o­nly asymptomatic passengers are allowed to enter /board the train. 

Passengers travelling by these special services will observe the following precautions :


  1. Only passengers with Confirmed tickets shall be allowed to enter the Railway station.

  2. All passengers shall be wearing face covers/masks at the entry and during travel.

  3. The passengers shall reach the station at-least 90 minutes in advance to facilitate thermal screening at the station. o­nly passengers who are found asymptomatic will be permitted to travel.

  4. Passengers shall observe social distancing both at the station and o­n trains.

  5. On arrival at their destination, the travelling passengers will have to adhere to such health protocols as are prescribed by the destination state/UT

Online cancellation shall be permitted up to 24hrs before scheduled departure of train. No cancellation permitted less than 24 hrs before departure of train.  Cancellation charge shall be 50% of fare. 

Zonal Railways have been instructed to ensure that there are separate entry and exit gates at Railway stations to the extent feasible so that there is no face to face movement of passengers. Zonal railways will be guided by standard social distancing guidelines o­n stations and trains and observe the safety, security and hygiene protocols. 

All passengers are advised to download and use the Aarogya Setu application. 


No Linen, blankets and curtains shall be provided inside the train. Passengers are advised to carry their own linen for the travel. The temperature inside AC coaches shall be suitably regulated for this purpose. 

No stalls/ booths o­n the platforms shall be opened. No train side vending would be permitted. Passengers are advised to travel light. 

As per MHA guidelines the movement of the passenger(s) as well as the driver of the vehicle transporting the passenger(s) to and fro the Railway Station shall be allowed o­n the basis of the confirmed e-ticket.

RUNNING OF DAILY SUPERFAST AC EXPRESS SPECIAL WITH SPECIAL FARE BETWEEN KSR BENGALURU AND NEW DELHI

Passenger services o­n Indian Railways shall be partially restored with effect from 12th May 2020 in a graded manner. Fifteen pair of special trains (thirty trains) shall be operated. These services shall be in addition to the Shramik specials. Special trains which will be started presently will o­nly have Air conditioned classes. The fare structure for the ‘Special Trains’ shall be as applicable for the regular time tabled Rajdhani trains (excluding catering charges). 

In this phase It is decided to run Train No. 02691 / 02692 KSR Bengaluru – New Delhi – KSR Bengaluru Superfast AC Express Special with special fare with effect from KSR Bengaluru from 12.05.2020(Tuesday) and from New Delhi from 14.05.2020(Thursday) as detailed below:-

Train No. 02691 KSR Bengaluru – New Delhi Superfast AC Express Special will depart daily from KSR Bengaluru at 20:30 hrs and arrive New Delhi at 05:55 hrs o­n day after tomorrow with effect from 12.05.2020(Tuesday).

Enroute this train will arrive/depart Dharmavaram – 23:38/23:40 hrs, Anantpur – 00:05/00:07 hrs, Guntakal – 01:30/01:35 hrs, Secunderabad – 07:55/08:05 hrs, Balharshah – 13:05/13:10 hrs, Nagpur – 15:30/15:35 hrs, Bhopal – 21:05/21:10 hrs and Jhansi – 00:35/00:40 hrs.

In the return direction Train No. 02692 New Delhi – KSR Bengaluru Superfast AC Express Special will depart daily from New Delhi at 21:15 hrs and arrive KSR Bengaluru at 06:40 hrs o­n day after tomorrow with effect from 14.05.2020(Thursday).

Enroute this train will arrive/departJhansi – 02:00/02:05 hrs, Bhopal – 05:20/05:25 hrs, Nagpur – 10:40/10:45 hrs, Balharshah – 13:25/13:30 hrs, Secunderabad – 18:20/18:30 hrs, Guntakal – 00:45/00:50 hrs, Anantpur – 02:14/02:16 hrs andDharmavaram – 03:48/03:50 hrs.

The train will have a composition of ONE1st AC Coach, FIVE AC 2-Tier Coaches, ELEVEN AC 3-Tier Coaches, TWO Luggage-cum-Brakevan with Generator and ONEAC Pantry Car.

Bedroll Linen will not be provided. It is suggested that, passengers may bring their own bed-sheets for convenience.

All Passengers are advised to carry their own face cover/hand sanitizers/soaps, etc. for hygiene/etc.

Please carry less luggage as Attendants/Porter facilities may not be available.

On arrival at Delhi / KSR Bengaluru, passengers will have to adhere to local State Government health protocols as applicable to such passengers.

                                                                                    Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                                              South Western Railway, Hubballi












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2020/0507-05-2020
MUMBAI
WESTERN RLY TO RUN TWO MORE PARCEL SPECIAL TRAINS WITH 2 TRIPS EACH BETWEEN KANKARIA – CUTTACK & PALANPUR – SANKRAIL GOODS TERMINAL

WR Press Release No. 2020/05Mumbai, 6th May, 2020

WESTERN RLY TO RUN TWO MORE PARCEL SPECIAL TRAINS WITH 2 TRIPS EACH BETWEEN KANKARIA – CUTTACK & PALANPUR – SANKRAIL GOODS TERMINAL


Western Railway’s Parcel Special trains are o­n the move, as per the timetable, during the lockdown period in the wake of COVID19. Western Railway has taken the responsibility of transporting essential items like medical equipments, medicines food grains etc across the nation, as ithas always been fully committed to the needs of its customers. WR is also ensuring the supply of milk and milk products to different parts of the country through its milk special trains. In continuation to this, 4 more trips of 2 parcel special trains are scheduled to run between Kankariya – Cuttack and Palanpur – Sankrail Goods Terminal.

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar - Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Rly, two more parcel special trains with 2 trips each have been scheduled to run by Western Rly, o­ne between Kankaria in Ahmedabad &Cuttack in Orissa and another between Palanpur of Gujarat &Sankrail Goods Terminal of West Bengal. The details of theseparcel special trains are as follows:-

Kankaria – Cuttack parcel special train (2 trips)

Train No 00941 Kankaria – Cuttack parcel special train will leave Kankaria at 18.30 hrs o­n 8thMay 2020 to reach Cuttack at 02.30 hrs o­n 10th May 2020. Similarly, Train No 00942 Cuttack – Kankaria parcel special train will leave Cuttack at 19.30 hrs o­n 11th May 2020 to reach Kankaria at 03.15 hrs o­n 13thMay, 2020. The train will halt at Anand, Ratlam, Ujjain, Sant Hirdaram Nagar, Bina, Katni Murwara, Bilaspur, Jharsuguda, Sambalpur City and Talcher Rd stations in both directions.

Palanpur – Sankrail Goods Terminal parcel special train ( 2 trips)

Train No 00945 Palanpur – Sankrail Goods Terminal special parcel train will leave Palanpur at 23.00 hrs o­n 9th May 2020 to reach Sankrail Goods Terminal o­n 11thMay 2020 at 08.35 hrs. Similarly, train No 00946 Sankrail Goods Terminal will leave Sankrail Goods terminal at 00.50 hrs o­n 13th May 2020 to reach Palanpur the next day at 10.45 hrs. The train will halt at Abu Road, Marwar Jn, Ajmer Jn, Phulera Jn, Jaipur, Yamuna Bridge, Prayagraj Jn, Pt Deen Dayal Upadyaya, Gaya, Gomoh Jn and Asansol stations in both directions.

Shri Bhakar stated that, during the lockdown period from 22nd March to 5th May, 2020, total 3091 rakes of goods trains have been used to supply essential commodities amounting to 6.77 million tonnes. 6381 freight trains were interchanged with other railways, including 3214 trains handed over and 3167 trains taken over at different interchange points.168Millennium Parcel rakes of Parcel Vans/Railway Milk Tankers (RMTs) have been sent to different parts of the country to cope with the demands of essential items such as milk powder, liquid milk , medical supplies and other general consumer goods. Since 23rdMarch to 5th May 2020, commodities weighing more than 26000 tonnes have been transported by Western Rly through its various parcel special trains, which included agricultural produce, medicines, fish, milk etc. The earnings generated through this transportation, has been approx Rs 7.76 crore. In this, twenty two milk special trains were run by Western Rly, with a load of approx 16000 tonnes and 100% utilization of the wagons, generating revenue of approx Rs 2.74 crore. Similarly, 140 Covid-19 special parcel trains were also run to transport essential commodities, for which the revenue earned was approx Rs 4.24 crore. In addition to this, 4 indented rakes were also run with 100% utilization for earnings of approximately 78 lakh.

Shri Bhakar informed that three parcel special trains left from WR for various parts of the country o­n 6th May, 2020 viz.Bandra Terminus – Ludhiana,Bhuj – Dadar and Porbandar - Shalimar parcel special trains. He stated that the total loss of earnings over Western Railway has been Rs 731.58 crore o­n account of lockdown (inclusive of suburban + non-suburban). Inspite of this, due to cancellation of tickets till now, Western Railway has ensured to refund amount of Rs 237.77 crore. It's also worth mentioning that in this refund amount, Mumbai division alone, has ensured refund of Rs 114.93 crore. Till now, 37.20 lakh passengers have cancelled their tickets over entire Western Railway & have received their refund amount accordingly. It is worth mentioning that upto 5th May, 2020 almost 1.5 lakh masks and approx 15000 liters of sanitizers were made inhouse at various divisions and workshops of WR during lockdown period.

 

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