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Address: GT Road, Mughalsarai, PIN - 232101, Distt. - Chandauli Uttar Pradesh

Station Code: DDU

Station Name: Pt. DD Upadhyaya Junction

Zone: ECR/East Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 899

Station Traffic: High

Address: Saharsa, Bihar 852201, India

Station Code: SHC

Station Name: SAHARSA JN

Zone: ECR/East Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 265

Station Traffic: High





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RECENT NEWS

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2021/05/2012-05-2021
Shri Alok Kansal, General Manager, Central Railway reviews monsoon preparation works - Central Railway gears up with monsoon preparations

Central Railway
Press Release

Shri Alok Kansal, General Manager, Central Railway reviews monsoon preparation works

Central Railway gears up with monsoon preparations

Shri Alok Kansal reviewed the monsoon preparation works o­n Mumbai Division through virtual meeting recently. He instructed the officials of Mumbai Division to check drawings for arrangement over joint to prevent ingress of water in connection with ‘Augmentation of waterway of existing bridge by insertion of new RCC boxes’. Also, several inductions have been given regarding inspection of Cuttings, Tunnels, Catch water drains and other monsoon related items.


Ghat section

Shri Alok Kansal when he inspected the ghats in 2019 while he was in Railway Board, shared his suggestions for taking various measures at vulnerable locations in the ghats. This includes Canadian fencing at certain locations to retain the cutting in south east ghat, prevention of boulder falling through wire net and steel beams, raising of drain wall to prevent excess water flowing o­n tracks. The works are in progress. Also, It is planned to provide epoxy grouting of lined portion of the tunnel and steel arch ribs supported o­n concrete wall up to springing level for unlined portion of the tunnel and work will start soon. Provision of dynamic rock fall barriers with secure drapery of geo composite steel grid/mesh and other protective work is in progress.

South East ghat: length about 28 kms with approximately 58 tunnels, North East ghat: length about 14 kms approximately 18 tunnels. DBKM (Flat wagons) wagons loaded with poclain machine work in ghat to clear muck, clean drainage & are being kept as standby arrangement. So far, 800 loose boulders have been dropped with the help of hill gangs, boulder special train and similar numbers are planned to drop before arrival of monsoon.

Widening /Augmentation of Culverts

Five pipes of 1.8-meter dia and 200 meter long were pushed via micro-tunneling between Kurla and Vidyavihar. Enhanced waterway by insertion of RCC box adjacent to existing bridge between Panvel and Karjat, Vadala and Ravli, Tilak Nagar, Badlapur and Vangani. Similar pipe of 1.8-meter dia and 400-meter length at Sandhurst Road, o­ne-meter dia and 70-meter length at Masjid were pushed via micro-tunneling with the help of State Government

Increase in Capacity and number of pumps at identified locations

Railways have also planned to provide heavy-duty pumps for fast drainage as to ensure free flow of the storm water so that the water is drained out quickly from the tracks and train operations are not disrupted during the monsoon period. The number of pumps will be increased by 10% as compared to last year.

Signal & Telecom

Waterproof motors in flood prone area have been provided.  Water proofing of terminal blocks, sealing of commutator chamber, gear box and coil drum and modification in gear box assembly are being carried out and completed by May 2021.

Traction Distribution

Ensuring the maintenance of Crossovers, Turnouts, Masts, Cantilevers etc for smooth operations of trains by operating power blocks. The Live Line Checking by Tower Wagon and Foot Patrolling of sections is being carried out to ensure healthiness of OHE gears for smooth running of trains. The work being carried out are rusty portal booms removal, checking and maintaining critical clearance under ROB/ FOB in entire Mumbai division,

Electrical General

Checking of standby supply DG sets, working of its AMF panel and emergency circuits, trimming of tree branches in the vicinity of electrical assets, outdoor panels, overhead lines, checking of cables and bus bar connections by temperature gun and cleaning with hot blower, overhauling and breakdown attention of pumps at various locations o­n Mumbai Division.

Security

Quick Reaction Team and Flood Rescue Team of Railway Protection Force have under gone training by NDRF.  5 mechanized rescue boats have been placed strategically for any eventuality. Drone monitoring by the RPF staff for timely inputs to Control Office.

Coordination meetings

Further coordination meetings are being done with MCGM authorities. Several new initiatives have been put in place by the Central Railway as part of the preparedness for monsoon this year.

1.5 lakh cubic meter of muck removed from the trackside by running muck specials, 225 km length of drains cleaned and 100 km of track raising is planned this year. The works are in progress and will be completed in stipulated time.

The control office is working 24×7 and keep close co-ordination with various agencies of state/central government.

The other divisions - Pune, Solapur, Bhusaval and Nagpur have been instructed to expedite the monsoon related works.
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Date: May 12, 2021
PR No.2021/05/20
This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai




(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer




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Press Release No. 11912-05-2021
Hubballi
Press Release No. 119, TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF STOPPAGE FROM DIMAPUR & REGULATION OF TRAINS

                                दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे/ SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY                                                         प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 119  Dt: 12.05.2021

TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF STOPPAGE FROM DIMAPUR

Suspension of stoppage of following trains were notified earlier from 09.05.2021 to until further advice will remain suspended up to 15.05.2021 o­nly. Accordingly, the trains will not stop at Dimapur, alternate stoppage arranged at Bokajan purely o­n temporary basis as detailed below: -

1.  Train No. 02249 KSR Bengaluru – New Tinsukiya Weekly Superfast Special Express will arrive / depart Bokajan – 11:20/11:22 hrs.

2.  Train No. 02250 New Tinsukiya – KSR Bengaluru Weekly Superfast Special Express will arrive / depart Bokajan – 23:17/23:19 hrs.

All Passengers are requested to adhere strictly to Covid -19 norms of Central / State Government: wear mask, sanitize hands frequently and maintain social distancing. An earnest cooperation is requested from all in the fight against Covid -19.

REGULATION OF TRAINS

Following trains will be regulated due to line block for technical work at turn outs at Chikjajur yard as detailed below:

1.  Train No. 07326 Mysuru - Belagavi Viswamanava Express special will regulate at Birur for 40 minutes o­n 14.05.2021, 15.05.2021 & 16.05.2021

2.  Train No. 07325 Belagavi - Mysuru Viswamanava Express special will regulate at Davangere for 45 minutes o­n 15.05.2021 & 16.05.2021


                                                          Chief Public Relations Officer                                                                             South Western Railway, Hubballi

                                                         






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