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Address: Agra - Etah Rd, Nagla Saman, 207001 Uttar Pradesh

Station Code: JWK

Station Name: Jawaharpur Kamsan Halt

Zone: NCR/North Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 25

Station Traffic: Low

Address: Tundla, Uttar Pradesh, India

Station Code: TDL

Station Name: TUNDLA JN

Zone: NCR/North Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 498

Station Traffic: High

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DFC needs to be mainPace of tained despite COVID


उत्‍तरमध्‍य रेलवे

जनसम्‍पर्क कार्यालय

उत्‍तरमध्‍य रेलवे,प्रयागराज

पत्रांक: 11पीआर/05/2021प्रेस विज्ञप्तिदिनांक:20.05.2021

DFC needs to be mainPace of tained despite COVID: GM

GM/NCR holds a review meeting with DFFCIL

General Manager NCR Shri V.K. Tripathi holds a virtual review meeting with DFCCIL authorities and reviewed theprogress of DFC works. The meeting was attended by MD DFCCIL Shri R.K. Jain along with other officers of DFCC.

General Manager emphasized that the targets fixed and deadlines already committed needs to be honoured and should not get affected o­n account of the pandemic. He expressed his satisfaction that this period has well been utilised in completion of paper work like approvals of Engineering Scale Plans, Signal interlocking plans etc. He further laid stress that all such procedural formalities should be taken up and completed so that overall targets may not get bursted.

DFC stretch between New Bhaupur and new Khurja has already been commissioned with goods train started running in this section. Now, the efforts are being made to open the balance section in NCR at the earliest. In this regards, it was informed by Prayagraj division that the work of construction of 132KV of transmission line between Prayagraj and Pt DeenDayal Upadhyay section is almost completed.

Chief Bridge Engineer Shri Narendra Singh presented a PPT and informed about the progress of RUBs and ROBs to be constructed. GM instructed that the work of insertion of girders should be completed before monsoon.

Issue of communication between stations of DFC and control rooms of Railway was also discussed and it was assured by the DFC authorities that all the stations of DFC stretch between New Bhaupur and New Khurja has been connected to control room Tundla and if required, further communication will be provided as per NCR’s requirement.

Emphasis was given o­n early opening of Rooma-Shujatpur section of DFC and it was assured by the DFCCIL that it well get started by October 2021. Principal Chief Engineer NCR shri S.K. Mishra instructed Prayagraj Division to expedite necessary approvals and provide all assistance required by DFCCIL to adhere to the target.

Another major issue discussed was regarding a Rail Flyover at Dadri which will connect Indian Railway system with DFC at upcoming Boraki yard. GM instructed to take it o­n priority so that stretch of DFC between Khurja and Dadri may be started at the earliest.

Issue of remodelling of PrayagrajChheoki along with commissioning of additional platform at PrayagrajChheoki and third line between Naini and PrayagrajChheoki was also discussed and it was decided that the work should be completed by December 2021.

General Manager said that although these are tough times but the pace of infrastructure works should not get hampered o­n account of COVID. Necessary modifications in activities may be planned to get the entire project meet the deadlines. He further emphasized that all necessary precautions regarding COVID must be taken o­n work sites and instructions issued by local administration should be followed.

The meeting was attended by Principal head of the departments NCR, DRM Prayagraj along with other concerned officers of Prayagraj Division.

NCR hits a century of oxygen express !

NCR hits a century of oxygen express !

Successfully handled the movement of 51 loaded and 49 empty oxygen express trains passing through its system.

Efficient running of oxygen express topmost priority for NCR: GM/NCR


In the battle against COVID, as Indian Railways is contributing its part by running of oxygen express trains and so far delivering more than 10000mT of Liquid Medical Oxygen (LMO) in 13 states across the nation, North Central Railway o­n Wednesday achieved a proud feat of running 100 oxygen express trains through its territory.

Oxygen express carrying 103 mT of Liquid Medical Oxygen loaded by Rajkot division of Western Railway was received by NCR at Mathura at 9:02 hrs. The train was handed over to Northern Railway at 10:00 hrs at Palwal. The train brought the century for NCR. This was 51stloaded train run by NCR, apart from 49 trains containing empty containers unloaded in Northern parts of the country heading towards different loading sites in other parts of the nation.

North Central Railway receives loaded oxygen express trains from ECR and WCR at Pandit DeenDayal Upadhyay junction(DDU), Mathura and Bina stations and hand them over to Northern Railways at Chipiyana, CPYZ (near Ghaziabad) or Palwal depending upon the destinations. Loaded trains received from DDU travel a distance of 755 km in Prayagraj Division of NCR before they are handed over to NR at CPYZ.

In addition to through passing trains, NCR has received nine trains to be offloaded in its system; eight trains so far for Kanpur and o­ne for Agra. “In total, NCR has carried around 2000mT of LMO through these oxygen expresses”, informed Shri D.K. Verma, Chief Passenger Transport Manager, NCR

Much to the relief of Taj city, Agra receives its first oxygen express with 64 mT of LMO loaded from Tatanagar (South Eastern Railway) today at 15:07 hrs at Yamuna Bridge station. The train was offloaded at Yamuna bridge with the LMO handed over to district authorities to be used for the treatment of COVID patients across the city. Also, o­n Wednesday, Kanpur receives its eighth oxygen express with 40Mt LMO loaded from Durgapur, Eastern Railway.

As informed by the Principal Chief Operations Manager NCR, Shri Biplav Kumar, oxygen express trains are being provided green corridors for smooth and seamless run as instructed by the General Manager Shri V.K. Tripathi. Officers in the four control rooms of NCR at Prayagraj, Tundla, Agra and Jhansi are performing live monitoring of these trains and ensure no detention to them.

On 100th oxygen express, General Manager NCR Shri V.K. Tripathi has expressed his gratitude towards the railway staff involved in running and maintenance of these oxygen specials. He stressed upon continuous monitoring further as the battle against COVID is still o­ngoing and nation is looking towards Indian Railways for giving its best.“Efficient running of oxygen express trains and strengthening of health infrastructure of Railways Hospitals are the top priorities of NCR in this fight against the pandemic”, says the GM.


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