Source: Government of India Headline: Minister of Railways Flags off Train No 17323/17324 Hubballi – Varanasi – Hubballi Express (Weekly) & 17325/17326 Hubballi – Mysuru – Hubballi Express (Daily) Minister of Railways Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu flagged off Train No 17323/17324 Hubballi... more...
– Varanasi – Hubballi Express (Weekly) & 17325/17326 Hubballi – Mysuru – Hubballi Express (Daily) through Video Conferencing from here today. Chairman, Railway Board, Shri A. K. Mital, Shri Mohd Jamshed, Member Traffic Railway Board, other Railway Board Members, and senior officials were also present on the occasion.
Shri Suresh Prabhu said that Hubballi is coming up as an important training center. Hubballi – Mysuru Express will be named as Vishwa Manav Express. This name will be apt with the significance of connecting these two important cities. Hubballi – Mysuru Express will be connecting Mysuru which has become an important IT Hub. Hubballi – Varanasi Express will serve pilgrims going to Varanasi.
The abstract schedule including timings, composition, days of run etc. of the Train No.17323/17324 Hubballi-Varanasi-Hubballi Express (Weekly) flagged off today is as under:
SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY Press Release No.191 Dt. 3-02-2017 SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY GETS 15.88% MORE ALLOCATION OF FUNDS South Western Railway gets 15.88%more allocation of funds to various projects during... more...
2017-18 than the previous year said Shri A.K. GUPTA, General Manager.He was sharing the Union budget announcements with the media at Rail Soudha, Hubballi. We can complete electrification work of whole South Western Railway within a period of ten years he answered to a query. Three agencies are working for the completion, he added. The details of funds allocation to various projects of South Western Railway as follows:- New Works Included in the Budget 2017-18 New line sanctioned Project Length (In Km) Cost (In Rs. Crore) Gadag-Yalvigi 58 640 New line identified under Capital investment programme to be taken up as Joint Venture with State Govt. Project Length (In Km) Cost (In Rs. Crore) Shimoga-Shikaripura-Ranibennur 98 1700 Electrification Works sanctioned S. No. Project Length (In Km) Cost (In Rs. Crore) 1 ChikBanavar-Hubli 456 551.6 2 Chikjajur-Bellary 184 165.6 3 Gadag-Hotgi 284 341.72 4 Bengaluru-Omalur via Hosur 196 152.83 Total 1120 1211.75 Survey for New line: S. No. Name of Project Length (Km) 1 Badami-Yelburga via Gajendragarh 53 2 Alamatti-Koppal 125 3 Dharmavaram-Bellari 120 4 Bidar-Nanded 157 5 Swamihalli-Rayadurga 45 6 Hassan-Belur-Chikmaglur-Sringeri-Shimoga 150 7 Hindupur-Chitradurga 132 8 Challakere-Hiriyur-Huliyar-Chikkanayakanahalli-Turuvekere- Channarayapattana 200 9 Thalassery-Mysore 300 Survey for third line Project Length (Km) Whitefield-Bangarpet 3rd line 47 New ROB/RUBs/Subways Sanctioned No. of ROBs No. of RUBs Subways Total Total Cost (In Rs. Crore) 5 3 15 23 193.08 ROB: S. No. In Lieu of Between Stations Section 1 LC No.3. Hassan & Sakleshpur Hassan-Mangalore 2 LC No. 5 Mysuru& Belagola of Mysuru –Arsikere 3 LC No.31 Krishnarajanagar & Hosa Agrahara Mysuru –Arsikere 4 LC No. 51 Akkihebbalu & Mandagere Mysuru –Arsikere 5 LC No.84 Bijapur-Minchnal Bijapur - Hotgi RUB: S. No. In Lieu of Between Stations Sections 1 LC No.9 Yelhanka &Chennasandrastation Baiyyappanahali –Dharmavaram 2 LC No. 1 Mysuru&Ashokpuram Mysuru – Chamarajanagar 3 LC No. 78 Holenarasipura & Mavinkere Mysuru – Arsikere Subway S. No. In Lieu of LC Section 1 LC No 202,208 and 211 (Total 3 Nos) Gooty – Wadi 2 LCNo. 16,18,59,83,111,115 & 118 (total 7 no.s ) Birur – Talguppa 3 LC No.17, 37, 63,89 & 91(total 5 no.s ) Chikjajur – Rayadurga --- SWR - Pink Book 2017-18 - Plan Head wise Outlay 2017-18 and comparison with previous two years Sl.no plan Head No. Name of the plan head Grant for 2015-16 Grant for 2016-17 Grant for 2017-18 1 11 New Lines (Construction) 162.29 394.88 331.80 2 14 Gauge Conversion 9.52 8.91 5.00 3 15 Doubling 592.94 1407.81 1629.60 4 16 Traf.Facilities 30.39 20.71 59.10 5 21 Rolling Stock 86.40 17.06 15.32 6 29 Road Safety Works (LC) 11.43 19.42 19.21 7 30 Road Saftey Works ROB/RUB 160.12 165.95 207.78 8 31 Track Renewal 180.97 255.54 386.01 9 32 Bridge Works 34.72 28.72 28.50 10 33 S&T works 30.98 31.95 51.52 11 36 Other Electrical Works 4.16 2.47 10.91 12 53 Passenger Amenities 57.58 42.63 39.59 Total for all Plan Heads 1670.64 2738.85 3174
** There is an increase of 89.21% in the outlay for 2017-18 (Project works) when compared to the outlay of 2015-16 ** There is an increase of 15.88% in the outlay for 2017-18 (Project works) when compared to the outlay of 2016-17 ** For the year 2016-17 an amount of Rs.445.14 crores was allotted under Safety Fund ** An amount or Rs. 724.26 crores has been allotted under Rashtriya Rail Sanraksha Kosh for the year 2017-18 Budget Allocation for 2017-18 of new line projects over SWR Detailsof New Line over SWR S.No New Line Kms Rs. In Cr. 1 Kottur- Harihar 65 8 2 Kadur- Sakleshpur 93 70 3 Hassan- Bengaluru via Shravanabelgola 166 129.5 4 Hubballi - Ankola 167 9.95 5 SBC- Satyamangalam 260 21 6 Raidurg- Tumkuru via Kadur 213 182 7 Bagalkot- Kudachi 142 90 8 Tumkur-Chitradurg-Davengere 199.7 130 9 Whitefield- Kolar 52.9 10.5 10 Shimoga town- Harihar 78.66 10.5 11 Chikballapur- Putupurthy-Sathya sai Prashanti Nilayam 103 0.1 12 Gadag- Wadi 252 190 13 Shrinivaspura- Madanapalli 75 0.1 14 Chickballapur - Gowribidanur 44 0.1 15 Marikuppam-Kuppam 23.7 15 Budget allocation for 2017-18 Doubling Works over SWR Sl Kms. Rs. In Cr. 1 Whitefield-Bangarapet-Kuppam 81.21 0.5 2 Bangalore-Whitefield-Bangalore City-Krishnarajapuram Quadrupling 23.08 1 3 Dharwad-Kambarganvi 26.68 10 4 Hubli-Hebsur 17.17 3 5 Arsikere-Birur - Patch doubling 44.28 1 6 Ramanagaram-Mysore 91.5 12 7 Yeswanthpur-Yelahanka - Doubling with overhead equipment 12.07 4 8 Yelahanka-Chennasandra - Doubling with overhead equipment 12.89 3 9 Birur-Shivani - Patch doubling 28.67 2 10 Hosadurga Road-Chikjajur - Patch doubling 28.89 4 11 Hospet-Hubli-Londa-Tinaighat-Vasco da Gama 352.28 250 12 Shivani-Hosadurga Road 9.98 2 13 Toranagallu - Ranjithpura 22.9 0.1 14 Hotgi-Kudgi-Gadag 284 344 15 Yalahanka-Penukonda 120.53 120 16 Hubli - Chikjajur 190 200 17 Arsikere - Tumkur 96 140 18 Birur - Shimoga 60 2 (E.Vijaya) Chief Public Relations Officer Hubballi
Ginigera-Raichur rail line to be ready by 2019-end South Western Railway general manager A.K. Gupta and other officials watching a play on cleanliness in Hubballi on Monday.— Photo: Kiran Bakale × Works on doubling the Hubballi-Chikkajajur rail line and the new rail line between Ginigera and Raichur are scheduled for completion by the end of 2019, general manager of South Western Railway, A.K. Gupta, has said. He told presspersons after the concluding ceremony of the cleanliness drive ‘Swachh Rail Swachh Bharat’ at the Hubballi Railway Station on Monday that services were likely to... more...
commence between Ginigera and Raichur in 2020. He said that a new rail line was being laid up to Chikkabenakal village in Gangavathi taluk. However, land acquisition had become a hurdle for laying a rail line between Gangavathi and Raichur, which was being addressed, he said. On the Hubballi-Chikkajajur line doubling, he said the Railway Ministry had taken up the task on priority basis and work was simultaneously going on in three-four sections. Work on line doubling between Gadag and Hotgi was too under progress, he said. Mr. Gupta termed the cleanliness drive launched by the Railway as a success. He listed out the initiatives taken as part of the campaign. He said that while 2,700 bio-toilets had been installed in 753 coaches and all coaches would have bio-toilets by 2019. As part of the initiatives to improve passenger amenities on board, house keeping service had been introduced in 38 trains and it would soon be extended to 12 more trains, he said. Chief Public Relations Officer E. Vijaya and Divisional Railway Manager A.K. Jain were present. A street play on cleanliness was performed. ×
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RAILWAY BOARD PERMITSTO RUN TRAIN NOS. 22679/22680 YESVANTPUR-SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI KATRA(SVDK)-YESVANTPUR PREMIUM EXPRESS AS SUVIDHA SUPERFAST EXPRESS TRAIN WITH EXISTING COMPOSITION AND DAYS OF SERVICE FOR 25 TRIPSINEACH DIRECTION Railway Boardhasadvisedto runTrain Nos. 22679/22680 Yesvantpur-Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra(SVDK)-Yesvantpur Premium Express as Suvidha Superfast Express train with existing composition and days of service for 25 trips in each direction,as per the following details:- ... more...
Accordingly, Train No.22679 YESVANTPUR-SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI KATRA (SVDK)SUVIDHA SUPERFAST EXPRESS will depart atYESVANTPUR station at 11-30 hrs., on Saturdays,with effect from 12th March, 2016 to 27th August, 2016 (Total: Twenty Five Services only)and arrive atSHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI KATRA station at 20-25 hrs., on Mondays.
En route, theSuvidha Superfast Express will arrive/depart at Tumakuru at 12-23/12-25 hrs; Arsikere at 13-30/13-35 hrs; Chikjajur at 14-57/14-58 hrs; Chitradurga at 15-44/15-45 hrs; Ballari at 18-53/18-55 hrs; Guntakal Jn. at 20-05/20-25 hrs; Mantralayam Road at 21-37/21-52 hrs; Raichur at 22-25/22-26 hrs; Yadgir at 23-21/23-22 hrs; Secunderabad at 04-00/04-10 hrs.(Sunday); Kazipet at 06-50/06-51 hrs; Balharshah at 10-20/10-30 hrs; Nagpur at 13-30/13-40 hrs; depart at Itarsi at 18-35 hrs; arrive/depart at Habibganj at 20-25/20-35 hrs; Jhansi at 00-28/00-38 hrs(Monday); New Delhi at07-30/07-50 hrs; Ambala at 10-50/10-55 hrs; Ludhiana at 12-35/12-55 hrs; and arrive/depart at Jammu Tavi at 17-55/18-05 hrs.
In the return direction, Train No. 22680 SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI KATRA (SVDK)-YESVANTPUR SUVIDHA SUPERFASTEXPRESS will depart atSHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI KATRAstation at05-40 hrs., on Tuesdays, with effect from 15th March, 2016 to 30th August, 2016 (Total : Twenty Five Services Only ) and arrive at YESVANTPURstationat 15-00 hrs., on Thursdays.
En route, the Suvidha Superfast Express will depart at Jammu Tavi at 07-15/07-23 hrs; Ludiana at 12-05/12-25 hrs; Ambala at 14-05/14-10 hrs; New Delhi at 16-40/17-00 hrs; Jhansi at 23-05/23-10 hrs; Habibganj at 04-00/04-10 hrs.(Wednesday); depart at Itarsi at 05-55 hrs; arrive/depart at Nagpur at 10-40/10-50 hrs; Balharshah at 13-55/14-00 hrs; Kazipet at 17-05/17-06 hrs; Secunderabad at 19-25/19-35 hrs; Yadgir at 00-35/00-36 hrs.(Thursday); Raichur at 01-40/02-05 hrs; Mantralayam Road at 02-55/03-10 hrs; Guntakal Jn. at 04-35/04-55 hrs; Ballari at 05-58/06-00 hrs; Chitradurga at 08-19/08-20 hrs; Chikjajur at 09-30/09-31 hrs; Arsikere at 11-15/11-20 hrs; and arrive/depart at Tumakuru at 13-25/13-27 hrs.
New Delhi: The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs on Wednesday approved construction of six rail lines and a railway bridge at an estimated cost of Rs. 10,700 crore to cater to increased passenger and freight needs. The CCEA, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, gave its nod for the construction in a 908 km stretch, which will cost over Rs. 10,700 crore. Most part of the expenditure will be met through extra budgetary resources (institutional financing), according to a release. The expansion includes doubling of the Hubli-Chickajur line, the Wardha (Sewagram)-Ballarshah third line,... more...
doubling of the Ramna-Singrauli line, third line between Anuppur and Katni, doubling of the Katni-Singrauli line and an additional bridge, and doubling of the Rampur Dumra-Tal-Rajendrapul line. The doubling of 190 km long Hubli-Chickajur railway line is likely to be completed in more than four years during the 13th Plan period and will cover Chitradurga, Davangere, Haveri and Dharwad areas of Karnataka, it said. The Pune-Miraj-Hubli-Bangalore route has been identified for doubling, which will improve rail traffic flow and boost overall development of the region. The stretch is part of an important rail link of passenger trains between Mumbai and Bangalore and goods trains to the ports at Mangalore. The doubling of tracks between Bangalore and Tumkur, and Arsikere and Chickajur has already been completed on this link. Construction of the 132 km long Wardha (Sewagram) - Ballarshah third railway line is likely to be completed in five years in Wardha and Chandrapur districts of Maharashtra, the release said. The line capacity utilization of the section is saturated and running of additional Mail/Express and goods traffic over causes delay in movement of the trains. CCEA approved doubling of 160 km long Ramna-Singarauli railway line at a cost Rs. 2,675.64 cr and is likely to be completed by 2019-20. The project will cover the districts of Garhwa in Jharkhand, Singrauli in Madhya Pradesh and Sonbhadra in Uttar Pradesh. The Ramna-Singrauli section falls in Dhanbad Division of East Central Railway. At present traffic utilization of the section is 105 per cent, resulting in detention of trains and loss of revenue, the release said. In order to attain the desired fluidity and increase in the sectional capacity, doubling of this single line section is very essential from operational point of view. Construction of 165 km long third railway line between Anuppur-Katni in Madhya Pradesh has also been approved at a cost of Rs. 1595.76 crore. The project is likely to be completed in over five years spanning over 12th and 13th plan period. The project would cover the districts of Anuppur, Shahdol, Umaria and Katni districts of Madhya Pradesh. There has been tremendous surge in coal and ore mining recently. A number of industrial townships have also grown up along the project line. These developments have resulted in large demand for additional railway coach services on the section, it said. With an increase in freight traffic in the area, the capacity utilization will reach upto 175 per cent. Apart from this substantial additional coal traffic from IB valley, Korba area, East Corridor and Gevra Road - Pendra Road Project will be channelised through this route to the respective destinations. To meet the growth in the freight and passenger traffic, tripling of third line between Anuppur-Katni is essential, the release said. The doubling of 261 km long Katni-Singarauli railway at an estimated cost of Rs. 2,084.90 crore has been approved by the CCEA and the project will be completed in over five years. The project will cover the districts of Katni, Shahdol, Sidhi and Singrauli in Madhya Pradesh. Katni-Singrauli is a critical and busy section carrying coal from Northern Coal Fields towards Western and Northern thermal power plants. Construction of additional Bridge and doubling project of Rampur Dumra-Tal-Rajendrapul sector in Bihar at a cost of Rs. 1700.24 crore was also granted CCEA's approval. The project is likely to be completed by 2019-20. The project is located in Begusarai and Patna districts of Bihar. To streamline traffic operation on this single line section, it is very essential that one additional bridge and doubling of this section is undertaken, it said.
नई दिल्ली: सरकार ने बजट 2016-17 से पहले रेलवे लाइनों के दोहरीकरण एवं तिहरीकरण की 6 परियोजनाओं और एक पुल को स्वीकृति दे दी। लगभग 900 किलोमीटर से अधिक की इन परियोजनाओं की लागत 10,700 करोड़ रुपए से ज्यादा होगी। प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी की अध्यक्षता में यहां हुई केन्द्रीय मंत्रिमंडल की आर्थिक मामलों की समिति की बैठक में यह निर्णय लिया गया। इसके साथ ही समिति ने विश्व व्यापार संगठन (डब्ल्यू.टी.ओ.) के व्यापार सुगमता समझौते (टी.एफ.ए.) को भी मंजूरी दे दी जिसका लक्ष्य है सीमा शुल्क प्रक्रियाओं को आसान बनाना ताकि देशों के बीच वाणिज्य बढ़ सके। रेल... more...
मंत्री सुरेश प्रभु ने जानकारी देते हुए बताया, ‘‘इन परियोजनाओं के लिए अतिरिक्त बजटीय रिसोर्सेस से धन जुटाया जाएगा। इनमें कई परियोजनाएं कोयला खनन क्षेत्रों में हैं। इनके पूरा होने से कोयला ढुलाई में तेजी आएगी। इन लाइनों पर ताप विद्युत परियोजनाएंं भी हैं।’’ इन्हें मिली मंजूरी कर्नाटक में हुबली-चिकाजूर रेलवे लाइन (190 किलो-मीटर) का दोहरीकरण।
महाराष्ट्र के वर्धा सेवाग्राम से तेलंगाना के बल्हारशाह के बीच रेलवे खंड (132 किलोमीटर) का तिहरीकरण।
झारखंड के रमना से मध्यप्रदेश के सिंगरौली तक रेल लाइन (160 किलोमीटर) का दोहरीकरण।
मध्यप्रदेश में अनूपपुर-कटनी रेल खंड (165 किलोमीटर) का तिहरीकरण।
मध्यप्रदेश में ही कटनी-सिंगरौली रेल लाइन (261 किलोमीटर) का दोहरीकरण।
बिहार में पटना-बेगूसराय को जोडऩे वाले राजेन्द्र पुल का अतिरिक्त पुल एवं रेल लाइन।
South Western Railway announced that due to Non-interlock work between Chikjajur -Holalkere - Ramagiri - Hosadurga Raod to facilitate doubling and cut and connection between Hosadurga Road and Chikjajur stations along with signalling arrangements proposed by Mysore Division and Construction Organization some of the Trains are fully cancelled, partially Cancelled and shunting of Trains at Birur instead of Chikjajur will be undertake. TRAINS FULLY CANCELLED Train No.16577 Yesvantpur - Harihar Tri-Weekly Express is cancelled on 27th and 28th October 2015. Train... more...
No.16578 Harihar - Yesvantpur Tri-Weekly Express is cancelled on 28th and 29th October 2015. Train Nos.56273/56274 Arsikere - Hubballi Passenger is cancelled from 25th to 29th October 2015. Train Nos.56517/56518 Chitradurga - Harihar Passenger is cancelled from 25th to 29th October 2015. Train Nos.56519/56520 Bengaluru City - Chitradurga Passenger is cancelled from 25th to 29th October 2015. TRAINS PARTIALLY CANCELLED Train No.56916 Hubballi - Chikjajur Passenger is partially cancelled between Tolahunse and Chikjajur stations from 25th to 29th October 2015. This Passenger runs between Hubballi and Tolahunse stations only on these dates. Train No.56915 Chikjajur - Hubballi Passenger is partially cancelled between Chikjajur and Tolahunse stations from 26th to 30th October 2015.This Passenger runs between Tolahunse and Hubballi stations only on these dates. Train Nos.57451/57452 Chikjajur - Guntakal Passenger is partially cancelled between Amritapura and Chikjajur stations from 25th to 29th October 2015. Hence,this Passengers runs between Guntakal and Amritapura stations only on these dates. SHUNTING OF TRAINS AT BIRUR INSTEAD OF CHIKJAJUR Train No.56911 Bengaluru City - Hubballi Passenger and Train No.56909 Bengaluru City - Hosapete Passenger shall be delinked at BIRUR instead of Chikjajur and run as separate Train from BIRUR instead of Chikjajur station. Train No.56912 Hubballi - Bengaluru City Passenger and Train No.56910 Hosapete - Bengaluru City Passenger shall be delinked at BIRUR instead of Chikjajur and run as combined Train from BIRUR instead of Bengaluru City Station.
South Western Railway announced that due to Non-interlock work between Chikjajur -Holalkere - Ramagiri - Hosadurga Raod to facilitate doubling and cut and connection between Hosadurga Road and Chikjajur stations along with signalling arrangements proposed by Mysore Division and Construction Organization some of the Trains are fully cancelled, partially Cancelled and shunting of Trains at Birur instead of Chikjajur will be undertake.