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8 Trains from (PNU)PALANPUR JN to (BLDI)BHILDI


Address: Palanpur Railway Station, Palanpur, Gujarat 385001, India

Station Code: PNU

Station Name: PALANPUR JN

Zone: WR/Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 277

Station Traffic: High

Address: Bhildi Railway Station, Bhildi, Gujarat 385530, India

Station Code: BLDI

Station Name: BHILDI

Zone: WR/Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 71

Station Traffic: Medium





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TrainTrain NameFromDepToArrTimeDaysClassesStatus
14804ADI BGKT EXPRESSPNU00:32BLDI01:200:48F2A,3A,SL,GN,14804 Status
12490DDR BIKANER EXPPNU01:30BLDI02:301:00W,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,12490 Status
14321BE BHUJ EXPPNU02:50BLDI03:290:39M,W,F,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,14321 Status
74838PNU JU DMUPNU04:15BLDI05:201:05M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED74838 Status
12959DADAR BHUJ EXPPNU11:20BLDI11:590:39W,SA2A,3A,SL,GN,12959 Status
19151PNU BHUJ EXPPNU13:30BLDI14:070:37M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED19151 Status
59426PNU BHUJ PASSPNU20:00BLDI20:490:49M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED59426 Status
14805BARMER AC EXPPNU22:50BLDI00:151:25M1A,2A,3A,14805 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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2019/0730-07-2019
mumbai
W.RLY TO EXTEND THE RUN OF SPECIAL TRAIN BETWEEN BANDRA TERMINUS AND BHAGAT KI KOTHI via MAHESANA -PATAN- BHILDI

Press Release No.2019/07Mumbai, 30th July, 2019

 

W.RLY TO EXTEND THE RUN OF SPECIAL TRAIN BETWEEN BANDRA TERMINUS AND BHAGAT KI KOTHI via MAHESANA -PATAN- BHILDI

 

To facilitate passengers and to clear extra rush, Western Railway has decided to further extend the trips of Bandra Terminus – Bhagat Ki Kothi Bi-weekly Special train o­n Special Fare via Mahesana-Patan-Bhildi. The details of 16 additional trips are as under :

 

·04818/04817 Bandra (T) – Bhagat Ki Kothi Bi-weekly Special Train o­n Special Fare

 

Train No. 04818 Bandra Terminus – Bhagat Ki Kothi (Bi-weekly) Special train leaves Bandra Terminus every Monday & Thursday at 13.05 hrs to reach Bhagat Ki Kothi at 08.20 hrs the next day. This train will run from 5thAugust to 29th August, 2019.

Similarly, Train No. 04817 Bhagat Ki Kothi – Bandra Terminus (Bi-weekly) Special Train leaves Bhagat Ki Kothi every Sunday & Wednesday at 15.00 hrs and arrive Bandra Terminus at 11.45 hrs the next day. This train will run from 4th August to 28th August, 2019.

 

The train has AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class and General Second Class coaches. The train halts at Borivali, Vapi, Surat, Bharuch, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Mahesana, Patan, Bhildi, Dhanera, Raniwara, Marwar Bhinmal, Modran, Jalor, Mokalsar, Samdariand Luni stations in both directions.

 

Booking for extended trips of Train No 04818 will open from 2nd August, 2019 at all PRS centers and IRCTC website.

 

 

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Press Release No. 98 05-07-2019
Hubballi
Press Release No. 98, MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS: THRUST AREAS OF THE REGULAR BUDGET 2019-20

                                                                                                        

                                                                  SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

                                    Press Release No. 98  Dt. 05.07.2019

MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS: THRUST AREAS OF THE REGULAR BUDGET2019-20

·Maintaining the momentum o­n capacity enhancement through accelerated investments and execution:

Railway Infrastructure would need an investment of Rs.50 lakh crores between 2018-2030.    It is proposed to use Public-Private Partnership to unleash faster development and completion of tracks, rolling stock manufacturing and delivery of passenger freight services.

Capex for 2019-20 has been pegged at Rs 1,60,176 crore, which is 20 % higher than the previous year. Capex planned for 2019-20 is Rs.2536 Cr. for SWR.

Electrification of the entire BG network by 2021-22. Electrification of 7000 Route Kms has been targeted in 2019-20. In SWR  466 Route Kms is planned for electrification.

The target of new lines, gauge conversion and doubling/tripling etc. for 2019-20 is 3750 kms against 3596 kms in 2018-19. In 2019-20 SWR has achieved 227 Kms of doubling and 43 Km of new line. It is proposed to double Railway track in 266 Km in 2019-20 in South Western Railway.28 Km of new line between Gangavathi and Karatagi is slated for commissioning in SWR in this financial year.

Fast tracking the construction of the two Dedicated Freight Corridors. The two DFCs are targeted to be completed in phases by 2021 out of which Khurja-Bhaupur section o­n Eastern DFC and the Rewari-Palanpur section o­n Western DFC targeted for completion this year (2019-20).

Completing the dedicated freight corridor project will free up some of the existing railway network for passenger trains.

Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail (MAHSR) project is progressing well and is targeted for completion by 2023.

Railways will be encouraged to invest more in suburban railways through Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) structures like Rapid Regional Transport System (RRTS) proposed o­n the Delhi-Meerut route.

In this regard it is to mention that SPV constitution  for Bengaluru suburban Railway is in advanced stage.

Continued focus o­n Safety:

2018-19 has been the safest year in the history of Indian Railways. Elimination of Unmanned level crossings o­n Broad Gauge network has been achieved. SWR has turned Unmanned level crossing gate free in Oct.2018.

Railways is now planning to eliminate all 2,568 manned level crossings o­n Golden quadrilateral and golden diagonal routes in mission mode by constructing ROBs/RUBs. In SWR also elimination of all manned LC gates is being taken up in phased manner. It is planned to construct 97 ROB/RUBs. These routes carry 50-60% of passenger and freight traffic. This will lead to not just easing railway movement but also road movement by ensuring safe, smooth and fast movement of vehicular traffic at level crossings.

Automatic Train Protection (ATP) system using a mix of proven European Train Control System (ETCS) and an indigenous developed system to enhance safety, create additional capacity and increase efficiency in train operations.

·Enhancing passenger experience and security:

Launch of a massive programme of railway station modernization to make railway travel a pleasant and satisfying experience for the common citizen.

 In SWR 3 stations i.e. Mysuru, Yesvantpur and Dharwad are planned for development this year.

·The introduction of fully indigenous semi high-speed Train-18:

Railway has planned to provide Wi-Fi at all stations excluding halt stations to improve rail travel experience and bridge the digital divide between the rural and urban citizens. Till now this facility has been provided at 1,603 stations & balance 4,882 stations are targeted for provision by August 31, 2019 under the ambitious 100 days program of the Government. In SWR 153 stations have already been provided with Wi-Fi and it is proposed to provide Wi-Fi at 123 more stations by end of Aug.2019.

Railway has planned to provide CCTV based Surveillance System at all stations (excluding halt stations) and in trains by using state-of-the art video surveillance technology to enhance safety of passengers. CCTV Surveillance System at 455 railway stations have been provided and balance stations are targeted by 2020-21. Similarly, 1,203 coaches were equipped with CCTV Surveillance System and balance passenger carrying coaches are targeted by 2021-22.

 In SWR 4 stations have been provided with IP enabled CCTV Surveillance System and at 11 stations CCTV systems are working

·Skilling Railways:   

Scheme of Integrated Skill Development will be launched where all 13 lakh employees of Railways will be given a foundational training. This Programme will focus o­n 3Cs – The Customer, Cost and Work Culture. Those who demonstrate high learning agility and greater skill mastery at this level can be offered an Advanced Program in the same skill area. 


                                                      (E. Vijaya)

                                                         Chief Public Relations Office






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