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Address: Chunar Junction, Chunar, Uttar Pradesh 231304, India

Station Code: CAR

Station Name: CHUNAR

Zone: NCR/North Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 199

Station Traffic: High

Address: Shakti Nagar, Madhya Pradesh, India

Station Code: SKTN

Station Name: SHAKTI NAGAR

Zone: ECR/East Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 37

Station Traffic: Low

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GM NCR conducted weekly safety and punctuality meeting.

GM NCR Shri Pramod Kumar holds first review meeting of the new financial year 2022-23 with senior officers of the zone today. DRMs of Agra, Prayagraj and Jhansi joined through videoconferencing. At the outset, General Manager  congratulated the team NCR for the outstanding all round performances during concluded year 2021-22.

While discussing about forthcoming projects, GM instructed that monthly milestones of should be framed for monitoring. He also emphasized that merchants should be contacted and their production target for the year should be discussed and accordingly efforts to maximize loading be ensured. He said our focus should be o­n providing proper water facility, labour shelters, lighting arrangements at goods shed.

Further in the meeting, New Gati shakti cargo terminal policy was also discussed and it was decided that the provisions of the policy to be given wide publicity by organizing regular meetings with merchants.

While discussing about speeding efforts, it was informed to the forum that during last year 2021-22, over all 10 Permanent Speed Restrictions(PSR) have been removed. Out of these, o­ne PSR each in Naini-Prayagraj, Jhansi-Manikpur & Somna-Danwar section,  two each in Chunar-Chopan , Mathura-palwal sections and three Permanent Speed Restrictions have been eliminated from Birlanagar-Udi Mor section. Removal of these PSRs has given impetus to mobility.

While discussing about efforts to enhance safety at level crossings, it was informed that during  2021-22 total 66 manned level crossings have been eliminated from NCR with the construction of 08 road over bridges (ROBs) & 46 Road under bridges (RUBs). In order to enhance safety, 10 level crossings have been interlocked and 17 gates have been provided with electrical operated level crossing gate in place of mechanical operated gates.

During the meeting efforts about increasing revenue through Non fare revenue was also discussed. It was informed o­n the occasion that during the last financial year, there has been more than 60% growth in Non Fare Revenue sources. General Manager said all out efforts be made to popularize these schemes and new ventures be explored.

North Central Railway carried out electrification of 439 Route Kilometers in 2021-22

North Central Railway carried out electrification of 439 Route Kilometers in 2021-22
652 track kilometers electrification completed by NCR
42 pairs of mail/express trains taken over from Diesel to Electric traction during 2021-22
7 new Traction substations commissioned during 2021-22
In pursuance of Mission 100% electrification, North Central Railway is carrying out electrification of its all routes and of the missing links o­n war footage. Financial Year 2021-22 proved to be an year of achievements for NCR where massive electrification works got completed in the Zone. 
NCR total Broad Gauge network stands at 3222 Route kilometers(RKM), out of which now 3146 kilometers have been electrified. Thus 98% of the total broad gauge network of NCR has been electrified now. The work for remaining 76kilometers is in advanced stage and is targeted to be completed shortly.
In 2021-22, electrification of following routes was completed:

Mahoba- Khajuraho of Jhansi Division (64 RKM)
Khajuraho-Ishanagar of Jhansi Division (57 RKM)
Birlanagar- Udimore of Jhansi Division (101 RKM)
Mainpuri- Shikohabad of Prayagraj Division (51 RKM)
Mainpuri-Farrukhabad, along with Etawah-Mainpuri, Prayagraj Division (107 RKM)
Barhan-Etah of Prayagraj Division (59 RKM)

With these electrification works, Railway network spanning through the parts of districts of Etah, Mainpuri, Farrukhabad, Etawah, Firozabad and Agra of Uttar Pradesh and those of Gwalior, Bhind, Tikamgarh and Chhatarpur of Madhya Pradesh will now be served through electrified territories.
The significance of these massive electrification works lie in the fact that it will reduce the bottleneck of change of traction when a train coming from Electric locomotive arrives in a non-electrified territory. Since the requirement of changing of traction is done away with, it increases mobility and thereby is a leap ahead in improving the punctuality of trains. In Financial Year 2021-22, 42 pairs of mail/express trains running through NCR were taken over from diesel to electric traction after completion of major electrification works in NCR and different sections of other zones. Three more pairs of trains will be taken over o­n Electric Traction after issue of CRS sanction of Etah-Barhan section, Commissioner of Railway Safety (CRS) inspection of which has already been carried out. 
Principal Chief Electrical Engineer NCR Shri Satish Kothari informs that in addition to the electrification of these major routes, all the new doubling or tripling works are being opened along with electrification.  Newly laid Jhansi- Babina third line (Jhansi Division), Bhuteshwar-Chhata fourth line (Agra Division), Dholpur-Bhandai third line (Agra Division) and sections opened in Kanpur-Virangana Lakshmibai section (Jhansi Division) are fully electrified. Massive electrification of existing sidings has also been done in 2021-22. As a result of all these, NCR successfully carried out 652 Track kilometers of electrification in the financial year. 
Giving impetus to the power supply installations, 7 new Traction substations were commissioned in 2021-22 namely Chunar, Saifai and Bhongaon (Prayagraj Division); Newari and Harpalpur (Jhansi Division) and Ghosrana and Bhandai of Agra Division.
General Manager NCR Shri Pramod Kumar who conducted numerous inspections in field and called a series of meeting of all the stake holders to get these electrification works completed well in time says that not o­nly punctuality of trains will increase but time taken in placements and removals of goods trains in sidings will alsocome down. “Electrification will also bring environmental benefits along with the improvement in mobility”, says Shri Pramod Kumar.


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