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Address: Vijayawada Railway Station, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India

Station Code: BZA


Zone: SCR/South Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 1214

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Station Name: HUBLI JN

Zone: SWR/South Western

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Press Release No. 16214-07-2020

प्रेस विज्ञप्तिPress Release No. 162  Dt: 13.07.2020


Train No. 00621/00622 KSR Bengaluru – Hazrat Nizamuddin – KSR Bengaluru Bi-Weekly Parcel Express will be provided with additional stoppage at Agra Cantt  with  effect from KSR Bengaluru from 15.07.2020 to 25.12.2020 and from  Hazrat Nizamuddin from 17.07.2020 to 27.12.2020.

Accordingly Train No. 00621KSR Bengaluru – Hazrat Nizamuddin Bi-Weekly Parcel Express will arrive/depart Agra Cantt – 11:00/11:20 hrs and Train No. 00622 Hazrat Nizamuddin – KSR Bengaluru Bi-Weekly Parcel Express will arrive/depart Agra Cantt – 00:10/00:20 hrs.


The timings of Train No. 00615/00616 KSR Bengaluru – Howrah – KSR Bengaluru Tri-Weekly Parcel Express will be revised with effect from both sides from 15.07.2020 as detailed below:-

Train No. 00615 KSR Bengaluru – Howrah Tri-Weekly Parcel Express will depart from KSR Bengaluru at 12:00 hrs o­n Wednesday, Friday and Monday and arrive Howrah at 05:15 hrs. o­n Friday, Sunday and Wednesday respectively.

Enroute this train will arrive/depart Yesvantpur – 12:15/12:45 hrs, Jolarpettai – 15:55/16:00 hrs, MGR Chennai Central – 19:30/20:10 hrs, Vijayawada – 04:00/04:30 hrs, Rajahmundry – 06:40/06:50 hrs, Visakhapatnam – 11:20/11:40 hrs, Palasa – 14:50 hrs/14:55 hrs, Khurda Road – 18:30/18:45 hrs, Bubhaneswar – 19:10/19:35 hrs, Cuttack – 20:10/20:20 hrs, Balasore – 00:05/00:15 hrs, Kharagpur – 01:50/02:00 hrs, Panskura – 02:40/02:50 hrs and Mecheda – 03:15/03:25 hrs.

In the return direction Train No. 00616 Howrah – KSR Bengaluru Tri-Weekly Parcel Express will depart from Howrah at 12:00 hrs o­n Wednesday, Friday and Sunday and arrive KSR Bengaluru at 06:15 hrs o­n Friday Sunday and Tuesday respectively.

Enroute this train will arrive/depart Mecheda – 13:30/13:40, Panskura – 14:00/14:10, Kharagpur – 15:00/15:10 hrs, Balasore – 17:00/17:10 hrs, Cuttack – 19:50/20:00 hrs, Bubhaneswar – 21:00/21:25 hrs, Khurda Road – 21:55/22:05 hrs, Palasa – 02:20/02:25 hrs, Visakhapatnam – 05:55/06:15 hrs, Rajahmundry – 10:00/10:10 hrs, Vijayawada – 12:40/13:10 hrs, MGR Chennai Central – 21:45/21:55 hrs, Jolarpettai – 01:45/01:50 hrs and Yesvantpur – 05:15/05:45 hrs.

                                                                                           Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                                              South Western Railway, Hubballi

No.158/2020-21 27-06-2020
200 Railway Maintenance Projects of critical importance completed during Covid-19 lockdown period.

This will boost safety and speed of Train operations in key sections of tracks.

The backend warriors of Indian Railways have fully availed the opportunity provided by suspension of passenger services due to pandemic of COVID 19 to successfully executed more than 200 long pending maintenance works including yard remodeling, repair and re-girdering of oldbridges, doubling and electrification of rail lines andrenewal of scissor crossovers. Pending for several years, these unfinished projects often confronted Indian Railways as bottlenecks.

Apart from ensuring supply chains all essential commodities running through parcel trains and freight trains, Indian Railways executed these long pending maintenance works during this lockdown period when passenger services were suspended.

During this period Indian Railways focused o­n several long pending overdue maintenance works which required traffic block of long durations. These works were pending for several years and were confronting Railways with severe bottlenecks. They were planned during lockdown period considering it ‘Once in a lifetime opportunity’ to wipe out these maintenance arrears and take up the execution of work without affecting the train service.

These works taken up for removal of bottlenecks and enhance safety include 82 rebuilding/rehabilitation of bridge, 48 limited height subway/road under bridge in lieu of level crossing gate, 16 construction/strengthening of foot over bridge, 14 dismantling of old foot over bridge, 7 launching of road over bridge, 5 yard remodelling, 1 commissioning of doubling & electrification and 26 other projects.

Some of these key projects are as follows -

Yard Modification work in Jolarpetti (Chennai Division, Southern Railway) was completed o­n 21stMay 2020.It resulted in easing out of curve and enhancing the speed up to 60Kmph o­n Bengaluru end and facilitated Simultaneous reception and dispatch.


Likewise dismantling of old abandoned unsafe Foot Over Bridge at Ludhinana (Firozepur Division, Northern Railway) was completed o­n 5th May 2020. Dismantling of this 135 meter long old abandoned FOB structure over 19 tracks and 7 passenger platforms was overdue since 2014 after new FOB was commissioned. 

Work of re-girdering of bridge o­n Tunga River (Mysuru Division, South Western Railway) was completed o­n 3rd May 2020. Dismantling of unsafe deck of Kopar Road ROB near Dombivali (Mumbai Division, Central Railway) was completed o­n 30rdApril 2020 and it resulting in enhanced safety. This deck was declared unsafe for road users in 2019 and covered 6 railway tracks below. 

Two projects of Doubling with Electrification in Varanasi Division, North Eastern Railway were completed o­n 13th June. o­ne of these projects is Kachhwa Road to Madhosingh Section and the second is 16 km of Manduadih to Prayagraj Section. This resulted in decongestion of east - west routes and facilitation of freight movement. The dismantling work of ROB crossing 8 railway tracks in the approach of Chennai Central Station was completed o­n 9th May 2020. This ROB was declared unsafe and was closed for heavy vehicles since July 2016. ROB dismantling could not be done as traffic block requirement was very high resulting into massive cancellation /rescheduling of trains with loss of passenger revenue. 

Works o­n construction of two new bridges in Vijayawada Division of South Central Railway were completed o­n 3rd May. o­n Howrah- Chennai route, the construction of limited height subway for LC elimination in Khurda Road Division in East Coast Railway was completed o­n 9thMay 2020 resulting in increased operational efficiency of trains and Safety. Signalling upgradation work of Azamgarh station (Varanasi Division, North Eastern Railway) was completed o­n 23rd May. Mau - Shahganj section has been upgraded to STD.-II (R), yard speed upgraded from 50 kmph to 110 kmph and simultaneous reception, dispatch and shunting facility provided.

Likewise, renewal of wooden layout Scissors crossover with standard Pre-stress Concrete (PSC) layout in Vijayawada & Kazipet yards (Vijayawada Division, South Central Railway) has been completed. A major block of 72 hrs was taken in Kazipet yard for pending yard remodelling. The old wooden scissors crossover laid in 1970 was replaced with standard PSC layout. Insertion of RCC box at Tilak Nagar station (Mumbai Division, Central Railway) was completed in two mega blocks of 28 hrs and 52 hrs durations o­n 3rd May. This work was taken up to address the problem of flooding in rainy season near Tilak Nagar station o­n harbour line.

The innovative pilot project for powering Trains by solar power, developed over a vacant railway land at Bina is under extensive testing. This 1.7 Mega Watt project to directly feed to 25 kV Railway Overhead Line is a joint venture of Indian Railways and BHEL.



Chief Public Relations Officer


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