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4 Trains from (CDG)CHANDIGARH to (LKO)LUCKNOW NR


Address: Chandigarh Railway Station, Manimajra, Chandigarh, 160102, India

Station Code: CDG

Station Name: CHANDIGARH

Zone: NR/Northern

Train Frequency Weekly: 288

Station Traffic: High

Address: Lucknow Railway Station, Kanpur Road, Railway Colony, Charbagh, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

Station Code: LKO

Station Name: LUCKNOW NR

Zone: NR/Northern

Train Frequency Weekly: 860

Station Traffic: High





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15012CDG LJN EXPRESSCDG17:15LJN09:1015:55M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,15012 Status
12232CDG LKO EXPRESSCDG21:05LKO08:3011:25M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,12232 Status
22356CDG PPTA S FASTCDG21:30LKO08:5511:25M,TH2A,3A,SL,GN,22356 Status
15904CDG DBRG EXPRESSCDG23:20LKO10:5511:35W,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,15904 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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Press Release No. 37 Dt:16.04.202017-04-2020
Press Release No. 37 Dt:16.04.2020, PARCEL TRAINS ON SWR LOAD 700 TONNES OF CARGO DURING COVID-19 THREAT LOCKDOWN

PARCEL TRAINS o­n SWR LOAD 700 TONNES OF CARGO DURING COVID-19 THREAT LOCKDOWN

In order to keep up supply chain of essentials, freight trains are continued to be run by Indian Railways, even in lockdown.

In order to transport all kinds of commodities, even if smaller quantities, to facilitate smooth transport across States, time tabled parcel special trains are being run, based o­n demand, from any point to any point in Indian Railways. These trains consist o­nly VPUs , normally up to 5 VPUs and are run to time table. Parcel cargo by En-route loading is also being permitted at scheduled stoppages to allow maximum usage.Unloading also was given at intermediate stations for distribution of essential commodities.

During the lockdown period SWR has run 15 pairs of timetabled parcel trains till now, originating from Bengaluru. This has ensured that different parts of the country get adequate food grains, dairy products, medical equipment, fruits, vegetables fertilizers etc., and carried approx 700 Tonnes of Parcel. The train wise details of commodities carried and tonnage loaded at stations in SWR are as under:

On 13.4.2020 by Parcel Train No.00619 Yesvantpur – H. Nizamuddin, 234 Hard parcels of Food materials, Medicines, fertilizers, sweets, Capsicum and machine parts weighing 4.3 Tonnes were booked to Nizamuddin.

Enroute 300 packets of Dry coconut weighing 4.5 Tonnes was booked from Arsikere to Miraj and 60 Packets Dry coconut weighing 1.4 Tonnes was booked to Hubballi.Chilli powder and seeds booked from Bydagi/Haveri was carried up to Chandigarh. Though this train was up to Nizamuddin o­nly, SWR arranged to transport the materials till Chandigarh, by loading in different parcel train at Nizamuddin.

On 13.4.2020 by Parcel Train No.00615, Yesvantpur - Howrah – Yesvantpur, 600 packages weighing 9.3 Tonnes was loaded from Yesvantpur.These packages consists Hatching Eggs (4 Tonnes), Capsicum (3 Tonnes) & Mangoes.

On 14.4.2020, by Train No.00615 Cargo Special from Yesvantpur to Howrah, 836 packages containing Capsicum, Medical equipment, Mangoes and Hatching eggs weighing 14 Tonnes were loaded to Howrah. Enroute 144 packets of Hatching eggs weighing 2.3 Tonnes were unloaded at Bhubaneswar.

On 15.4.2020, by Train No.00615 Cargo Special from Yesvantpur to Howrah, 603 packets of Medical goods, Mangoes, Sanitary goods, Hatching eggs weighing 9.6 Tonnes were sent to Howrah.Enroute 161 packets of Hatching eggs weighing 2.3 Tonnes and medicine were unloaded at Bhubaneswar.

At all loading/unloading points, necessary labour are being deputed and all prescribed precautions are being taken.Labours have been provided with masks and advised to wash hands thoroughly frequently, including before and after loading.Social distancing is also being ensured during loading and unloading of commodities.

Customers can contact Dr. A. N. Krishna Reddy Sr. Divisional Commercial Manager / Co-ordination (Ph:9731666950) & ShriManjunath Kanamadi, Sr. Divisional Commercial Manager/ Hubballi (Mob:9731668950) and Dr. S G Yatish, Sr. Divisional Commercial Manager/Mysuru (Mob:9731667950) for booking in next parcel special trains.


Chief Public Relations Officer

South Western Railway, Hubballi







2
Press Release No. 36 Dt:16.04.202017-04-2020
Press Release No. 36 Dt:16.04.2020, PARCEL TRAINS ON SWR LOAD 700 TONNES OF CARGO DURING COVID-19 THREAT LOCKDOWN

PARCEL TRAINS o­n SWR LOAD 700 TONNES OF CARGO DURING COVID-19 THREAT LOCKDOWN

In order to keep up supply chain of essentials, freight trains are continued to be run by Indian Railways, even in lockdown.

In order to transport all kinds of commodities, even if smaller quantities, to facilitate smooth transport across States, time tabled parcel special trains are being run, based o­n demand, from any point to any point in Indian Railways. These trains consist o­nly VPUs , normally up to 5 VPUs and are run to time table. Parcel cargo by En-route loading is also being permitted at scheduled stoppages to allow maximum usage.Unloading also was given at intermediate stations for distribution of essential commodities.

During the lockdown period SWR has run 15 pairs of timetabled parcel trains till now, originating from Bengaluru. This has ensured that different parts of the country get adequate food grains, dairy products, medical equipment, fruits, vegetables fertilizers etc., and carried approx 700 Tonnes of Parcel. The train wise details of commodities carried and tonnage loaded at stations in SWR are as under:

On 13.4.2020 by Parcel Train No.00619 Yesvantpur – H. Nizamuddin, 234 Hard parcels of Food materials, Medicines, fertilizers, sweets, Capsicum and machine parts weighing 4.3 Tonnes were booked to Nizamuddin.

Enroute 300 packets of Dry coconut weighing 4.5 Tonnes was booked from Arsikere to Miraj and 60 Packets Dry coconut weighing 1.4 Tonnes was booked to Hubballi.Chilli powder and seeds booked from Bydagi/Haveri was carried up to Chandigarh. Though this train was up to Nizamuddin o­nly, SWR arranged to transport the materials till Chandigarh, by loading in different parcel train at Nizamuddin.

On 13.4.2020 by Parcel Train No.00615, Yesvantpur - Howrah – Yesvantpur, 600 packages weighing 9.3 Tonnes was loaded from Yesvantpur.These packages consists Hatching Eggs (4 Tonnes), Capsicum (3 Tonnes) & Mangoes.

On 14.4.2020, by Train No.00615 Cargo Special from Yesvantpur to Howrah, 836 packages containing Capsicum, Medical equipment, Mangoes and Hatching eggs weighing 14 Tonnes were loaded to Howrah. Enroute 144 packets of Hatching eggs weighing 2.3 Tonnes were unloaded at Bhubaneswar.

On 15.4.2020, by Train No.00615 Cargo Special from Yesvantpur to Howrah, 603 packets of Medical goods, Mangoes, Sanitary goods, Hatching eggs weighing 9.6 Tonnes were sent to Howrah.Enroute 161 packets of Hatching eggs weighing 2.3 Tonnes and medicine were unloaded at Bhubaneswar.

At all loading/unloading points, necessary labour are being deputed and all prescribed precautions are being taken.Labours have been provided with masks and advised to wash hands thoroughly frequently, including before and after loading.Social distancing is also being ensured during loading and unloading of commodities.

Customers can contact Dr. A. N. Krishna Reddy Sr. Divisional Commercial Manager / Co-ordination (Ph:9731666950) & ShriManjunath Kanamadi, Sr. Divisional Commercial Manager/ Hubballi (Mob:9731668950) and Dr. S G Yatish, Sr. Divisional Commercial Manager/Mysuru (Mob:9731667950) for booking in next parcel special trains.


Chief Public Relations Officer

South Western Railway, Hubballi






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