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2 Trains from (TSK)TINSUKIA JN to (BUI)BALLIA


Address: Old Tinsukia Railway Junction?,AT Rd Tinsukia, Assam 786125, India

Station Code: TSK

Station Name: TINSUKIA JN

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 115

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Ballia Railway Station, Harpur Middhi Road, Ballia, Uttar Pradesh 277001, India

Station Code: BUI

Station Name: BALLIA

Zone: NER/North Eastern

Train Frequency Weekly: 243

Station Traffic: High





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15933DBRG ASR EXPRESSNTSK08:05BUI18:4034:35TU2A,3A,SL,GN,15933 Status
20505DBRT RAJDHANI EXNTSK20:25BUI22:5026:25M,F1A,2A,3A,20505 Status
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RECENT NEWS

1
93603-08-2020
Maligaon
Efforts on to improve speed and safety by removing speed restrictions in NFR

NFR has been taking various measures to increase sectional speed of trains. For which
temporary and permanent speed restrictions are being removed wherever feasible. Moreover
speeds of train movement through loop lines have also been increased in various sections. This
resulted into overall increase in speed of trains apart from improvement in punctuality.
Speed o­n loop lines in 277.45 km sections under Tinsukia division of NFR has been
increased. These include 190.95 km long Furketing – Simaluguri – Sripuriagaon section consisting
19 stations and 86.50 km long Furketing – Jorhat – Mariani section consisting 5 stations. As a result
of this improvement, trains can now pass through the loop lines of these stations with increased
speed and thereby reducing journey time.
Similarly sectional speed of train in the 65.20 km long Baraigram – Pecharthal section and
20.27 km long Chandranathpur – Badarpur section under Lumding division of NFR has been raised
to 100 kmph by undertaking various types of improvement works. Trains plying over these sections
will now be running with increased speed, which will help in reducing the journey time considerably.
Moreover 1(one) permanent speed restrictions has also been removed during the month of
June in Lumding - Furkating section under Lumding division. This will help to run trains over that
portion with substantially improved speed.


(Subhanan Chanda)
CPRO/N.F. Railway




2
92603-08-2020
Maligaon
Business Development Units set up at Head Quarter and Divisions in NFR for benefit of Traders

In order to increase the freight transportation volume, N.F. Railway has set up Business
Development Units (BDU) at all the five Divisions i.e. Katihar, Alipurduar, Rangiya, Lumding and
Tinsukia and at Zonal Head Quarter level, as per the instructions issued by Railway Board.
The BDUs set up in NFR are holding discussion/interaction with Traders/ Merchants /
Local Entrepreneurs / Logistic suppliers to specifically know about their need. Railway is
providing whatever facilities that can be arranged for the benefit of local traders to keep the local
economy moving. This has become necessary because of the changing business scenario in the
country in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.
At the Zonal Head Quarter level, the unit consist of senior officials from Operating,
Commercial, Finance and Mechanical departments. At the divisional level also similar BDUs have
been made operational.
These BDUs will have frequent interaction with Trade & Industry players within their
respective areas to find new traffic for movement by train. Proposal received from trade bodies or
businessman will be promptly analysed, developed and necessary assistance will be provided, if
required.
Through formation of these BDUs, Indian Railway is also targeting to increase its share in
transportation of miscellaneous non-bulk goods. This traffic which is very large in volume is being
traditionally moved by the road sector. Railway is planning to attract traffic from this sector to
improve its freight loading scenario. Various incentive schemes are also being offered for small
volume transportation of goods for short distances. Various new locations / stations have already
been opened for freight booking and loading/unloading for the benefit of small traders in NFR
areas.
Such interaction with BDUs will definitely provide the traders with ample scope to come to
know about loading / un-loading and transportation facilities being offered by Indian Railways. o­n
the other hand, it will also help Indian Railways to achieve the target of doubling its fright volume
being carried by 2024.


(Subhanan Chanda)
CPRO/N.F. Railway





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