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Address: Howrah Railway Terminus, Station Road, Salkia, Howrah, West Bengal 711101, India

Station Code: HWH

Station Name: HOWRAH JN

Zone: ER/Eastern

Train Frequency Weekly: 991

Station Traffic: High

Address: Bijapur Railway Station, Railway Station Area, Bijapur, Karnataka 586101, India

Station Code: BJP

Station Name: BIJAPUR

Zone: SWR/South Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 159

Station Traffic: High

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Changes in Pattern of Train Services

According priority to Safety of passengers and train operations, as part of o­ngoing safety works, Line Block is permitted in Arakkonam – Jolarpettai section  between Shonagur and Mahendrawadi ,for 4 days o­n 18th ,19th,21st and 22nd of September 2019. to facilitate  track renewal works .

Consequently, the following changes are made in the pattern of train service:

1.Train No.56010 Vellore -  Arakkonam  Passenger train is partially cancelled between Mukuntarayapuram - Arakkonam o­n 18th,19th, September 2019

2.Train No.56122 Thiruvalam -  Arakkonam  Passenger train is partially cancelled between Thiruvalam - Arakkonam o­n 18th & 19th  September 2019 and  partially cancelled between Mukuntharapuram – Arakkonam o­n 21st and 22nd of September 2019.

3.Train No 22626 KSR Bengaluru – Dr MGR Central Double Decker will be regulated at Thalangai for 40 Minutes o­n 18th, September 2019 and 50 Minutes o­n 19th September,2019.

4.Train No 12640 KSR Bengaluru – Dr MGR Central Brindavan Express  will be regulated at Walajah Road for 50 minutes o­n 18th and 19th September, 2019.

5.Train No 22606 Villupuram – Purulia Express will regulated at Walajah Road o­n 21st September,2019.

6.Train No 12246 Yesvantpur -  Howrah  Duronto Express will be regulated at Thalangai o­n 22nd September, 2019.

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High Level Review Meeting Held at NCR HQ Office

Press Release                        Date:03.09.2019

High Level Review Meeting Held at NCR HQ Office

On 03.09.19 a high level review meeting was conducted by Railway board with all zonal railways and few selected division through video conference. Video conference was attended by Chairman Railway Board, Members from Railway Board, General Managers and Senior Officers from Railway board & zonal railways along with Divisional Railway Managers from selected divisions.

Chairman, Railway Board at the outset congratulated all railways for improvement in mobility. North Central Railway plays most important role in mobility of trains o­n trunk routes of New delhi-Howrah, New delhi - Mumbai and New delhi - Chennai routes.

North Central Railway has registered growth in loading over last year with loading of 6.53 million ton freight this year.  General Manager Shri Rajiv Chaudhry informed Railway board that container loading o­n NCR can be further improved through availability of customs officials o­n weekends, as export traffic is being loaded at inland container depot at Dadri.

Railway Board has recently allowed station to station freight charging instead of earlier kilometer slab based charging of freight transportation. Under this concept Freight loading shall be charged based o­n actual Kilometers of Freight transportation against earlier Kilometers slab based charging.  This will not o­nly be economical for Freight loading customers but will also be helpful in getting more freight transportation by Railways.

Chairman Railway Board also congratulated all zonal railways for efforts toward cleanliness, as Indian Railways has been adjudged top organization among different central Government ministries and will be recognized by Hon’ble President of India o­n 6th Sept.

Before video conference with Railway Board, Shri Rajiv Chaudhry, General Manager, North Central Railway conducted a safety review meeting with all three divisions. Meeting was attended by Principal Head of departments, Divisional Railway Manager, Allahabad & Divisional Railway Manager, Jhansi while Divisional Railway Manager Agra attended through video link. During the meeting all divisions made a presentation o­n safety issues covering responsibilities of field staff, supervisors and officers in ensuring safe train operation. 

While addressing the meeting General Manager emphasized need of inspections and follow up at officer’s level and advised that Principal Head of departments and Divisional Railway Managers must keep watch o­n number of inspections done against laid down norms.  It was further emphasized by General Manager that leveraging technology must be used in ensuring safe train operation. 

Shri Chaudhry General Manager advised implementation of Tool Box Talks. A Tool Box Talk is an informal safety meeting that focuses o­n safety topics related to the specific job, such as workplace hazards and safe work practices. Meetings are normally short in duration and are generally conducted at the job site prior to the commencement of a job or work shift. He said that this concept will ensure better coordination among field staff, supervisors and staff as well as staff will have updated information about their assigned task.

General Manager advised Allahabad division to install CCTV cameras and display at stations for observing train passing which is being done manually at present. This trial if successful will ensure proper observation of train passing and will also avoid problem of train observation not being possible if train is passing adjacent to a occupied line. Further during the meeting implementation of enquiry committee recommendations were also discussed.


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