By S Lalitha | Express News Service | Published: 15th January 2017 03:37 AM |
Last Updated: 15th January 2017 03:37 AM |
BENGALURU: Indian Railways is all set to introduce three more Humsafar trains for Karnataka shortly. These are GPS based, AC 3-tiered trains with special facilities for disabled.
Speaking to Express, S
Ask normal train not hs
Discussing sl topic asking hs rake??
Bbs kjm suvi not running too
UP followed by Karnataka. Do I notice a pattern here. BBS-YPR route with 3 HS, while 10 train exist already. What a route planning.
No route nothing train was given under ecor share of qouta,as spl was already running they just reg it as hs
Mark my Words. From now to next year, Karnataka will be in Railway news for all good reasons. Be it new trains , extension, doubling, electrification, new project ,etc. And no guessing the reason why.
Just like UP. it will also be benefited!!
If it is so then there should be trains within KA but not to other states or far of places.
If it is so, then we can think of a Dhanbad-Mysore weekly super-fast express.
Ypr - Maq overnight humsafar will be super hit if considered.
Additional Stoppage for Train No. 12504/12503
In today’s edition, Bangalore Mirror brings to you the second part of its series — the suburban rail service that connects two major worlds. One, new and upwardly mobile, and the other, as old as the very soil itself. A ride between City station and tech hub Whitefield is, metaphorically, a journey from crowds to crowd-sourcing
A solution that saves time, money
When a city is connected by local railway, travelling becomes much more easy and quicker. On a certain occasion, when the city was going through a bus strike, I had to
Trains do run on the route between SBC and Whitefield, but the majority of the commuters want the trains to run on schedule.
Hope IR manages to keep up the timings of the local trains in accordance with Metro services
there is heavy rail traffic in the Bangalore city limits at morning hours as long distance trains come early in the morning due to which the MEMU gets delayed but my suggestion is let SWR rail controller give more priority to local MEMUs than expresses/passenger trains from other places.
BENGALURU: To make good for the delay in introduction of a suburban rail service, the Bangalore Railway Division recently announced a list of trains to partially cover a segment of the proposed suburban route. In this connection, two Mainline Electric Multiple Unit (MEMU) services to Whitefield will be run at timings convenient to IT professionals from January 17.
According to railway sources, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu will be coming to the city to flag off these services along with three services from here to Ramanagara on January 16. “The trains will be flagged off on January 16 evening and will run a short trip. The actual commercial run will begin the next morning (January 17),” they said.
After much if's and but's, finally a ray of light.
At last a relief for passengers
Packed with long-distance trains, all its tracks perennially occupied, the city railway station is not everyone’s terminal. The Yeshwantpur station was upgraded to decongest, but is caught up in operational issues. Can a new terminal at Baiyappanahalli be the game-changer?
Bengaluru’s collective, 33-year-old yearning for a suburban rail network has always had a stock response from the Railways and Centre: The tracks are saturated and its stations, space-starved. Can some smart use of available space free up the existing terminals?
For decades, the city station, now named after Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna, with its
Where is the location of new Byappanhalli station is it in between the space of metro rail and ksrtc terminal in kasturinagar or the line towards banaswadi. If its so then it I'll be 1 km away and how I'll it be connected to metro for seemless travel even the road network seems to be lacking. Due to bbmp lacking of proper planning g they have given land to bmrcl for old madras road kasturinagar road is too narrow which should be at least 100 ft with 2.5lanes on both sides.
BENGALURU: In line with the Railway Budget announcement, a new train will run between Bengaluru and Guwahati beginning this Sunday (December 25).
The inaugural Kamakhya - Bengaluru Cantonment Humsafar Special (Train no. 02504) will leave Kamakhya (in Guwahati) at 12.15 pm and reach Bengaluru Cantonment on December 27 at 5 pm, said an official release.
From Cantonment, the first run will be on December 30. On a regular basis, the train will run from Bengaluru Cantonment on Fridays and from Kamakya on Tuesdays.