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3 Trains from (UBL)HUBLI JN to (BZA)VIJAYAWADA JN


Address: Hubli Junction, Hubli, Karnataka 580020, India

Station Code: UBL

Station Name: HUBLI JN

Zone: SWR/South Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 475

Station Traffic: High

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

Station Code: BZA

Station Name: VIJAYAWADA JN

Zone: SCR/South Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 1214

Station Traffic: High





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18048VSG HOWRAH EXPUBL12:30BZA02:4514:15TU,TH,F,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,18048 Status
17226AMARAVATI EXPUBL13:30BZA05:1515:45M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,17226 Status
56502UBL BZA PASSRUBL23:30BZA19:1519:45M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUSL,GN,56502 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
No.484/2021-2220-10-2021
Secunderabad
Shri Ravinder Gupta, Director General (Safety) and Shri Gajanan Mallya, GM/SCR Conducts Review on Train Collision Avoidance System “KAVACH”





Shri Ravinder Gupta, Director General (Safety) Railway Board, New Delhi along with Shri Gajanan Mallya, General Manager, South Central Railway conducted a review meeting o­n safety and implementation of Train Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) “Kavach” over the zone today i.e., 18th October, 2021 from Rail Nilayam, Secunderabad. Principal Heads of Departments; Divisional Railway Managers (DRMs) of all the six divisions viz., Vijayawada, Guntakal, Guntur, Secunderabad, Hyderabad and Nanded Divisions participated through web conference.

Shri Ravinder Gupta, Director General conducted a detailed review o­n Train Collision Avoidance System o­n SCR. TCAS is an indigenously designed Automatic Train Protection (ATP) System aimed to have capability in preventing train collisions. The Director General reviewed the various safety aspects of TCAS including continuous update of Movement authority with display of signal aspects, Prevention of over speed, Automatic whistling at Level crossing gates, SOS messages during emergency situations etc., He appreciated the efforts and team work of the officials and staff in developing and experimenting the system, he provided suggestions to further improve the safety system.

Further, the Director General held a focused review o­n safety of train operations o­n the Zone. He advised the officials to enhance the precautions and ensure maintenance of track in view of the ensuing winter season. He directed the concerned officials to carry out regular field inspections to monitor vulnerable sections such as points & crossing and approaches to bridges. In addition, the concerned officials gave a brief presentation o­n various safety measures and new initiatives undertaken across the zone such as installation of differential height subways to prevent water stagnation at Road Under Bridges (RUBs), safety measures at private sidings like installation of CCTV cameras along with video monitoring system, winter precautions to ensure smooth running of train operations, simulated training of loco operation staff, regular safety drives at all Railway premises such as Railway stations, sidings and offices etc.,

Shri Gajanan Mallya, General Manager advised the concerned officials to intensify safety inspections over all the six divisions by field officials to prevent recurrence of any unsafe conditions. He instructed the staff to be more vigilant and strictly follow the safety guidelines. He also apprised the Director General (Safety) o­n the safety performance of the zone.



(Ch. Rakesh)
Chief Public Relations Officer




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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
No.483/2021-2218-10-2021
Secunderabad
South Central Railway operates “Four Long Haul Trains’’ simultaneously in three different directions



- Under mission Triveni Four long haul trains operated in three different directions over the Zone

South Central Railway successfully operated four long haul trains in three different directions over the Zone. This innovative initiative has been named as Triveni, which stands as the confluence of three (or more) sacred rivers. This unique initiative has been taken up by the Vijayawada Division and formed four long haul trains in a single day. Each long haul train was formed by clubbing two goods trains and these goods trains are twice longer than the normal composition of freight trains, providing a very effective solution to the problem of capacity constraints in critical sections.

Out of four long haul trains, two long haul trains each consisting of 118 open wagons (58 +58 BOX N wagons) were formed and despatched to Talcher towards Visakhapatnam direction from Vijayawada, with an average lead of around 900 Kms. Another long-haul train despatched from Adani Krishnapatnam Port by clubbing two open wagon trains (each consisting of 59 + 59 BOX N Wagons), passing through Obulavaripalli and destined to Kesoram Cement with a lead of 645 Kms. The third direction is from Vijayawada to Kondapalli by clubbing two covered wagon trains (BCN rakes). These four long haul trains were despatched in all the three possible directions from Vijayawada.

The initiative was taken to speed up the operation of Goods trains, so that the both empty and loaded wagons can be transported to their loading/ unloading points in the least possible time, while also meeting the demands of the freight customers. Running of long haul trains contributes in reducing the Wagon Turnaround time and assists in enhancing the through put of the freight loading. In addition, clubbing of two trains into a single train reduces the manpower need, so that they can be utilised for other train operations when there is heavy movement of trains. Operation of two trains as a single train also saves the precious path for operating other trains in the busy and saturated sections. The major advantage of running long haul trains is it helps in reducing the enroute detention resulting in improved operational efficiency, which helps in increasing the average speed of both freight trains.

Shri Gajanan Mallya, General Manager, South Central Railway has appreciated the Officers and staff of Vijayawada Division for adopting innovative initiatives in running of freight trains which will improve the operating efficiency. He opined that running of long-haul trains will help Railways in utilising the Rolling stock optimally and also assists in transporting the bulk commodities in short timeframe.



(Ch.Rakesh)
Chief Public Relations Officer





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