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3 Trains from (BRC)VADODARA JN to (PSA)PALASA


Address: Vadodara Railway Station, Sayajigunj, Vadodara, Gujarat, India

Station Code: BRC

Station Name: VADODARA JN

Zone: WR/Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 981

Station Traffic: High

Address: Kasibugga Railway Station, Railway Quarters, Kasibugga, Andhra Pradesh 532222, India

Station Code: PSA

Station Name: PALASA

Zone: ECoR/East Coast

Train Frequency Weekly: 324

Station Traffic: High





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22973GIMB PURI S FASTBRC06:22PSA14:1831:56W2A,3A,SL,GN,22973 Status
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2021/1024-10-2021
Mumbai
WESTERN RAILWAY TO RUN FESTIVAL SPECIAL TRAIN BETWEEN MUMBAI CENTRAL-BANARAS & MUMBAI CENTRAL - BHAGALPUR


WESTERN RAILWAY TO RUN FESTIVAL SPECIAL TRAIN

BETWEEN MUMBAI CENTRAL-BANARAS &
MUMBAI CENTRAL - BHAGALPUR


For the convenience of passengers and with a view to meet the travel demand, Western Railway has decided to run Festival Special Trains o­n Special Fare between Mumbai Central – Banaras and Mumbai Central – Bhagalpur.

According to a press release issued by Shri Sumit Thakur - Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, the details of the special trains are as under:

1.Train No. 09183/09184 Mumbai Central - Banaras Special (Weekly)[8 Trips]

Train No. 09183 Mumbai Central - Banaras special will depart Mumbai Central every Wednesday at 23.00 hrs & will reach Banaras at 14.00 hrs, every Friday. This train will run from 27thOctober to 17th November, 2021.Similarly, Train No. 09184 Banaras - Mumbai Central special will leave Banaras every Friday at 19.30 hrs & will arrive Mumbai Central at 7.20 hrs every Sunday. This train will run from 29th October to 19thNovember, 2021.Enroute this train will halt at Borivali, Vapi, Surat, Vadodara, Ratlam, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Bharatpur, Achhenera, Mathura, Kasganj, Farrukhabad, Kanpur Anwarganj, Kanpur Central, Lucknow, Rae Bareli, Amethi, Pratapgarh, Janghai and Bhadohi stations in both directions. This train comprises of AC 2-Tier, AC 3-Tier, Sleeper Class and Second Class Seating coaches.

2.Train No. 09185/09186 Mumbai Central - Bhagalpur Special (Weekly)[8 Trips]

Train No. 09185 Mumbai Central - Bhagalpur special will depart Mumbai Central every Saturday at 11.05 hrs & will reach Bhagalpur at 10.00 hrs every Monday. This train will run from 30th October, 2021 to 20th November, 2021.Similarly, Train No. 09186 Bhagalpur - Mumbai Central special will depart Bhagalpur every Tuesday at 05.00 hrs & will arrive Mumbai Central at 7.20 hrs every Thursday. This train will run from 2ndto 23rd November, 2021.Enroute this train will halt Borivali, Vapi, Surat, Vadodara, Ratlam, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Bharatpur, Achhenera, Mathura, Kasganj, Farrukhabad, Kanpur Central, Manaknagar, Aishbagh, Barabanki, Gonda, Basti, Gorakhpur, Kaptanganj, Narkatiaganj, Bettiah, Bapudham Motihari, Mazaffarpur, Samastipur, Barauni, Begusarai, Monghyr and Sultanganj stations in both directions. This train comprises of AC 2-Tier, AC 3-Tier, Sleeper Class and Second Class Seating coaches.

The booking of Train No. 09183 & 09185 will open from 25h October, 2021at nominated PRS counters and IRCTC website. Above trains will run as fully reserved special trains o­n special fare.

For detailed information regarding timings of halts and composition, passengers may please visit  www.enquiry.indianrail.gov.in. Passengers are requested by Western Railway, to adhere to all norms, SOPs related to COVID-19 during boarding, travelling and at the destination.

 

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2021/1020-10-2021
Mumbai
WESTERN RAILWAY TAPS NEW TRANSPORTATION OF CEMENT & IMPORTED PULSES UNDER THE ‘HUNGRY FOR CARGO’ INITIATIVE


WESTERN RAILWAY TAPS NEW TRANSPORTATION OF CEMENT & IMPORTED PULSES UNDER THE ‘HUNGRY FOR CARGO’ INITIATIVE

First Kisan Special of o­nions chugs off from Bharuch to Malda Town



Photo caption: Views of the first Kisan Rail of o­nions transported from Bharuch to Malda Town.

In a major impetus to the Hungry for Cargo’ motto, various efforts initiated by Western Railway has started yielding positive results and this has resulted in yet another landmark breakthrough. The Business Development Units of Mumbai Division has transported cement from Nardana and imported pulses from Udhna. This major feat has been made possible under the visionary leadership, able guidance and energetic motivation of Shri Alok Kansal – General Manager of Western Railway. Moving forward with this motivation, Western Railway’s Vadodara Division has also now commenced the operation of Kisan Rail for the benefit of the local farmers, with the first Kisan Rail of o­nions operated recently from Bharuch to Malda Town, West Bengal.

According to a press release issued by Shri Sumit Thakur – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, with continuous efforts by Mumbai Division’s BDU, the grinding unit of M/s Wonder Cements at Nardana, loaded its first outward rake of cement in bags in 21 BCN. These were transported to Ahmednagar. In the near future, the demand of the cement from M/s Wonder Cement will be placed for Mumbai Port and will fetch Rs. 20 lakhs. Similarly, a new traffic has been tapped of imported pulses from Udhna Goods Shed to Inland Container Depot, Dadri, containing 42 BCN, earning revenue of Rs. 40.3 lakhs. Shri Thakur also said that Vadodara Division ran its first Kisan Rail of o­nions of approx. 228.11 tonnes of o­nions earning revenue of Rs. 11.90 lakhs/- o­n which 50% subsidy amounting to Rs. 5.83 lakhs have been provided. 

GM WR Shri Alok Kansal has exhorted all officers and staff of WR to imbibe the ‘Tenets of Philosophy’ in their working. In this direction, ‘Hungry for Cargo’ being o­ne of the tenets where the aim is to provide customized solutions for their businesses WR is reaching out to potential customers to add more new commodities in its ambit for transportation through its policies and aggressive marketing efforts.

Shri Thakur further stated that during the period from 1st April to 19th October, 2021, Western Railway has transported commodities weighing more than 1.61 lakh tonnes through its 411 parcel special trains, which included agricultural produce, medicines, medical equipment, fish, milk etc. The revenue generated through this transportation, has been approx. Rs. 56.94 crores. 101 Milk Special trains were run by Western Rly, with a load of more than 71 thousand tonnes and 100% utilization of the wagons. WR has also run 96 Kisan Rails from various divisions carrying a load of more than 24,600 tonnes. Similarly, 117 COVID-19 special parcel trains with a load of approx. 23,000 tonnes were also run to transport essential commodities. In addition to this, 97 indented rakes carrying about 42,800 tonnes were also run with 100% utilization.

Shri Thakur also stated that, during the period from 1st April, 2021 to 19thOctober, 2021 total 21,130 rakes of goods trains have been run by WR and carried 46.09 million tonnes of essential commodities as compared to 39.67 million tonnes in the corresponding period last year. 44,281 freight trains were interchanged with other zonal railways, of which 22,163 trains were handed over and 22,118 trains were taken over at different interchange points. It is worth mentioning that despite the hardships of the pandemic, Western Railway's Kisan Rails along with goods & parcel special trains have been continuously traversing across the country to keep the supply of essential commodities moving.

 

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