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2 Trains from (HJP)HAJIPUR JN to (PRNA)PURNIA JN


Address: Adalpur, Hajipur, Bihar, India

Station Code: HJP

Station Name: HAJIPUR JN

Zone: ECR/East Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 443

Station Traffic: High

Address: Rambagh, Purnia, Bihar 854302, India

Station Code: PRNA

Station Name: PURNIA JN

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 153

Station Traffic: High





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18626HTE PRNC EXPPNBE15:40PRNC00:308:50M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,GN,18626 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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29425-10-2021
Maligaon
Hungry for Cargo: NFR performs well in maize loading

The Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) is making all out efforts to enhance freight traffic with a dictum of ‘Hungry for Cargo’. Northeast Frontier Railway has started transportation of maize among other commodities through railway as part of its renewed focus o­n freight loading to capture new stream of traffic. Normally, this traffic used to be transported by roadways. However, the Business Development Units (BDUs) of N. F. Railway worked with traders and transporters to enable the shift for large quantities of maize from roadways to railways.

In a recent development, the BDU team of Katihar division successfully able to bring 45% of maize for transportation through railways where about 1800-2000 tonne of maize per day is transported by roadways. Maize loaded rakes are being transported from Bathnaha, Ranipatra, Surja Kamal, Katihar, Purnia and Dalkhola stations.

N. F. Railway has taken few initiatives to increase the transportation of maize and other commodities in Katihar division. Notification for opening of new goods yards at Araria and Adina stations has been issued for loading of outward domestic traffic. Improvement works of goods yards at Ranipatra and Jalalgarh stations are going o­n; further improvement of goods yards in Katihar, New Jalpaiguri and Purnea stations are also planned.

As a part of the Business Development Units (BDUs) initiatives by Northeast Frontier Railway, meeting with various stake holders are being held regularly. During discussion, theywere informed that they can easily transport their commodities from their nearest convenient railway station at a much cheaper rate in comparison to road sector.These discussions by the BDUs within their respective areas are also helping to find new segment of traffic for movement by train.

N.F. Railway has set up Business Development Units (BDUs) at all the Divisions i.e. Katihar, Alipurduar, Rangiya, Lumding and Tinsukia and also at Zonal Head Quarters level to increase the freight transportation volume. The initiatives by the BDUs of various divisions have been successful in bringing in new mode of traffic to railways from road sector.



(Guneet Kaur)
CPRO / N.F. RAILWAY




2
0204-10-2021
Bhubaneswar
FIRST ONION SPECIAL TRAIN FROM VISAKHAPATNAM FLAGGED OFF

  


FIRST o­nION SPECIAL TRAIN FROM VISAKHAPATNAM FLAGGED OFF
 

The first o­nion special train carrying o­nly o­nions left Visakhapatnam to reach Jalalgarh in Katihar Division of Northeast Frontier Railway today 01.10.2021.
 

The train, an initiative of team of Waltair Division of East Coast Railway, set o­n its maiden journey as a pilot project. The train contains 10 parcel van coaches each having a capacity to carry 23 tons of o­nions and Two Second class cum luggage coaches having carrying capacity of 8 tons. As such in its pilot run the train from Visakhapatnam carried 246 tons of o­nion to Jalalgarh in Purnia district of Bihar.
 

The Business Development Unit of Waltair Division worked out to help the farmers of this region, where farmers facing difficulties in transportation of o­nions in safe and faster mode. o­nion farmers from this region and nearby areas loaded their produce o­n the train. The train initiative is taken by the Waltair Division so that o­nion farmers get fair price for their crop and it is transported in minimum time. The closed parcel vans will also protect the o­nion from rains.
 

The train will prove beneficial for the o­nion farmers. After its trial run, amendments if any will be made after due discussion with the farmers, traders and railway officials will run more such special trains to help farmers.







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