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3 Trains from (CLT)KOZHIKODE to (VM)VILLUPARAM JN


Address: Railway Station, Kozhikode, Kerala 673001, India

Station Code: CLT

Station Name: KOZHIKODE

Zone: SR/Southern

Train Frequency Weekly: 355

Station Traffic: High

Address: Villupuram Railway, Viluppuram, Tamil Nadu 605602, India

Station Code: VM

Station Name: VILLUPARAM JN

Zone: SR/Southern

Train Frequency Weekly: 527

Station Traffic: High





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16860MAQ CHENNAI EXPCLT10:55VM01:0814:13M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,2S,GN,16860 Status
16858PUDUCHERRY EXPCLT20:30VM08:4012:10SU2A,3A,SL,GN,16858 Status
16856PUDUCHERRY EXPCLT20:30VM08:4012:10F2A,3A,SL,GN,16856 Status
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RECENT NEWS

1
No.186/2020-21 18-08-2020
Chennai
Southern Railway observes Weeklong Cleanliness drive

Southern Railway has launched a special Cleanliness drive from 10th August to 16th August 2020  to mark the 74th Independence Day celebrations of our nation.  With o­nly limited special trains running in view of lockdown measures, Southern Railway has taken advantage of this opportunity to carry out massive Cleanliness campaign.

 This weeklong drive primarily focuses o­n the cleanliness of railway stations and premises, colonies, work sites, water vending points, toilets, drains, and other areas such as approach roads in the vicinity of railway stations with a special focus of railway tracks. While focusing o­n cleanliness of tracks special attention has been given to collection of plastic waste along with other waste.  Further, at Workshops and coaching depots, offices and store rooms were thoroughly cleaned by involving staff in a dedicated way to carry out every possible cleanliness tasks.

In Southern Railway, the Cleanliness drive has picked up pace with 266 stations across the six divisions covered during the period from 10th to 13th August, 2020.

In Chennai Division, Cleanliness activities were undertaken at 142 railway stations.  At Dr MGR Chennai Central, the tracks were cleaned by removing plastic waste and vegetation alongside besides Platforms, toilets and concourse area.  Similarly, intensive Cleanliness drives were carried out at major stations like Chennai Egmore, Basin Bridge, Tiruttani , Katpadi, Tambaram, Madurantakam, among others.  Suburban stations like Mambalam, Chennai Beach, Chennai Park, Avadi, Tiruninravur, Sullurpet, Tiruvottiyur and Tirumailai (MRTS) were cleaned up, to mention a few.

In Madurai Division,Cleanliness activities were carried out at 56 railway stations – Madurai, Ambasamudram, Dindigul, Karaikudi, Pudukotttai, Tuticorin, Tenakasi, Tirunelveli and Virudhunagar, among others.

In Tiruchchirappalli Division, Cleanliness activities were ramped up at 12 locations – Tiruchchirappalli Jn, Tanjavur, Villuppuram, Vriddhachalam, Kumbakonam, Mayiladuthurai, to name a few.

In Salem Division,  11 stations have been covered in the Cleanliness drive so far that include Salem Jn, Coimbatore, Erode and Karur.  NMR stations like Mettupalayam and Udagamandalam also sported neat and tidy looks upon undertaking intensive cleanliness drives.

In Palakkad Division, 31 stations were cleaned up  that include Palakkad, Kozhikode, Mangalore Central, Kuttipuram, Shoranur, Kanhangad, to mention a few.

In Thiruvananthapuram Division, Cleanliness drives were undertaken at 14 stations that include Alleppey,  Alwaye, Ernakulam Town, Kochuveli, Thiruvananthapuram Central, to name a few.

Intensive Cleanliness drives were also carried out at the three premier workshops of Southern Railway viz., Golden Rock Workshop, Loco Works and C&W Workshops at Perambur .  Store rooms of workshops and coaching depots were cleaned and materials sorted to give a clean look.

All the laid down safety protocols such as wearing of masks and social distancing were strictly enforced among employees participating in the Cleanliness drives. 

Southern Railway appeals to rail users and general public to join hands with Railways in this noble cause of maintaining high standards of Cleanliness at railway stations and trains.  Truly, this would be a befitting tribute to our Motherland o­n this Independence Day. 






2
No.154/2020-21 22-06-2020
Chennai
Southern Railways transported over 7.16 lakh stranded persons by operating 501 Shramik Special trains since May 1

                                                                       
Southern Railway commenced the operation of Shramik Special trains from 1st of May, 2020 to transport stranded migrant workers, students, patients and other stranded persons brought and facilitated by State Governments back to their home states.  o­n 19th June, 2020, four Shramik Special trains carrying 6012 passengers (1394 passengers from Tamilnadu and 4618 from Kerala) were operated by Southern Railway and that includes 3 trains from Kerala and 1 train from Tamilnadu.  Two trains left for Dibrugarh (Assam) from Tirur and Trivandrum Central. A Shramik special left from Aluva to Patna (Bihar) and o­ne from Dr. MGR Chennai Central to Malda Town (West Bengal) Southern Railway transported over 7,16,644 stranded persons in Shramik Special trains since this Mission “ Back Home” started o­n May 1, 2020. As o­n 19th June, 2020, a total of 501 Shramik Special trains have been operated from major stations across Southern Railway to various States across India. 259 Shramik Special trains originated from Tamil Nadu transporting 3,79,790*passengers, *218 trains originated from Kerala transporting 3,04,957 passengers ,* 21* trains from Karnataka with 28,300 passengers and 3 trains from Puducherry (U.T) with 3,597 passengers were run from 1st of May to 19th of June, 2020. The railway stations from where maximum trains originated are Dr MGR Chennai Central (74) and Chennai Egmore (14) Coimbatore (34),  Tiruppur (32), Kozhikode (30), Trivandrum (29), Tirur (28) Mangalore Junction (21) and Tiruvallur (22). Shramik Special trains run had terminated in various states across the country. The top states where maximum trains from Southern Railway terminated are Bihar (124), West Bengal (126), Uttar Pradesh (68), Odisha (56),  Jharkhand (51),  and Assam (34). Southern Railway coordinated with State authorities and accommodated the passengers brought and facilitated by the State Governments. Arrangements for food and water bottles were made for the benefit of passengers in the Shramik Special.  The guidelines and directives issued by the Home Ministry, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare that includes social distancing norms were enforced at railway stations.  A dedicated team of frontline staff including RPF, Ticket Checking Staff and Supervisors were deployed at railway stations to assist passengers in thermal screening, social distancing and for distributing food and water bottles to passengers.  Special care was taken to ensure a comfortable and safe journey for passengers of Shramik trains.   
                                                                                                            


(B.Guganesan)
Chief Public Relations Officer





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