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Address: Tiruvannamalai Railway station, Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu 606601, India

Station Code: TNM

Station Name: TIRUVANNAMALAI

Zone: SR/Southern

Train Frequency Weekly: 55

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Srikalahasti, Andhra Pradesh, India

Station Code: KHT

Station Name: SRI KALAHASTI

Zone: SCR/South Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 182

Station Traffic: High





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(jtj)jolarpettai 65Kms from (tnm)tiruvannamalai
(kpd)katpadi jn 82Kms from (tnm)tiruvannamalai
(cto)chittoor 109Kms from (tnm)tiruvannamalai

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(ru)renigunta jn 23Kms from (kht)sri kalahasti
(tpty)tirupati 32Kms from (kht)sri kalahasti
(gdr)gudur jn 49Kms from (kht)sri kalahasti
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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
Press Release No. 15708-07-2020
Hubballi
Press Release No. 157, FREIGHT CUSTOMERS INTERACTION MEET HELD VIA VIDEO CONFERENCE

प्रेस विज्ञप्तिPress Release No. 157  Dt: 05.07.2020

FREIGHT CUSTOMERS INTERACTION MEET HELD VIA VIDEO CONFERENCE

South Western Railway is poised to load about 39 Million Tonnes of freight during the financial year 2020-21. Hubballi is highest freight loading division o­n SWR as nearly 80% of targeted  freight is loaded from stations under it's jurisdiction. 

To achieve the target for loading, an action plan has been drawn up . Towards the same freight customers meet was held o­n 04.07.2021, through video conference with various freight customers chaired by Shri Arvind Malkhede, Divisional Railway Manager/Hubballi. This meet has been organised by Shri Krishna Chaitanya, Sr.Divisional Operating Manager and officers of the Traffic (business development branch) of Hubballi Division. Freight customers loading commodities such as Iron Ore, Pig Iron (used for Steel production), Granite, sugar etc from Belgavi , Chikodi, Sandor, Ginigera and Bellary took part in the interactive video conference

Various freight incentive schemes available were conveyed to the customers to enable them to avail benefits under these schemes. Concessions extended by Railway board for freight rakes to cater to the different loading patterns were appraised to the them.  Attractive schemes such as back commodity loading allowed in mini rakes within 1500 kms were apprised.  Shri Malkhede advised freight customers to take advantage of these concessions and capture the traditional empty flow movement.  DRM/Hubballi also sought support of customers to explore the feasibility of opening new private sidings along with the o­ngoing doubling of Londa-Miraj line to cater to the loading  demands better.

Customers have shared their views.  DRM/Hubballi has assured all possible assistance to the customers and emphasized to move more traffic by Railways as it is the best options for freight transportation during the current crisis faced due to Covid-19 pandemic.  Railways  agreed to  ensure timely availability of various train rakes to cater to the different loading requirements of customers. It was also informed that maintenance of weighbridges and commissioning of new weigh bridges were being monitored at the highest level.

Customers were also informed  that  continuous interaction between customers  and Railway officials from various departments of  Railways- Operating, Commercial, Finance and Mechanical under the Business Development unit chaired by Sr. Divisional Operating Manager/Hubballi, will provide the much needed impetus to ensuring customer satisfaction and attract new freight business.

Major Freight Customers that took part are as below:

1.         Ugar Sugar

2.         NMDC

3.         ACPC

4.         MSPL

5.         Sri Kalahasti Pipes

6.         Vishwaraj Sugars

7.         GEMS Sugar

8.         Ultratech

9.         EID Parry

10.       ACC

11.       Nirani Sugars

12.       Kirloskar

13.       BMM

14.       Payvast Granite

15.       Payvast Granite

16.       JK Cement

17.       BGK

18.       IPL

19.       Zuari

20.       Kalyani Steels

21.       Smiore

22.       Renuka Sugar

                                                                                           Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                                              South Western Railway, Hubballi






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