To cater the increasing demands of accommodation during the Puja holidays, Northeast Frontier Railway has decided to run special trains between Naharlagun (Itanagar) and Dekargaon (Tezpur) on an experimental basis for a period of three months w.e.f. 10-09-2015 to 30-11-2015 in addition to the normal train services between Naharlagun and Dekargaon. Accordingly, train number 05618 will leave from Naharlagun daily at 08-00 hrs. to arrive Dekargaon at 13-30hrs. While, train number 05617 will leave Dekargaon at 14-15 hrs. to arrive Naharlagun at 19-15 hrs. The train will stop at Rangapara North, Balipara, Nizchatia, Vishwanath Charali, Helem, Gohpur, Tatibahar, Harmuti and Gumto stations both ways. AC 2 tier, AC 3 tier, sleeper class and general second class accommodations are available.
This train should run upto Rangiya Junction. Then only this train will become useful.
Modi flags off two trains in Arunachal
ITANAGAR, Feb 20 – Prime Minister Narendra Modi today dedicated to the nation the 21.75-km long Harmuti-Naharlagun rail line and flagged off the Naharlagun-Delhi AC Express and the Inter-City Express between Naharlagun and Guwahati, thereby bringing the strategically located border State of Arunachal Pradesh to the country’s railway map.
Modi also inaugurated the Itanagar Water
Arunachal Pradesh NAHARLAGUN to DELHI WEEKLY AC SF EXPRESS should be converted as ORDINARY SF with Sleeper Class Coaches and ordinary common people sitting general coaches for the benefit of the common people.
New passenger train introduced between Rangapara North and North Lakhimpur from today.
NF Railway Introduced a special passenger train from Rangapara North Jn to North Lakhimpur Today. This is the firt train to North Lakhimpur after gauge conversion.
the train dept from Rangapara at %.30 am & reached Lakhimpur at 10.05 am and on the same day it dept from Lakhimpur at 10.35 am & reach Rangapara 3.30pm.
GUWAHATI, June 20 – The Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) has called upon commuters and general public to adhere to the rules and regulations relating to cleanliness at railway properties and premises and added that violation of rules will invite penalties.
NFR PRO Nripen Bhattacharya said that a fine of up to Rs 500 is liable to be imposed on anybody found littering the railway premises including stations, platforms, circulating areas and the trains.
He said steps have been intensified to detect such cases and punish the guilty parties at all railway premises.
Now all NFR Stations are having board saying please entry with valid ticket or platform ticket in the station.
NFR should also put a board in front of the UTS counters saying that passengers can buy the unreserved ticket at any time and the UTS clerk cannot deny to sale the ticket and ask the passengers that you will get the ticket before half an hour of the actual arrival of the train. If the UTS clerk failed to do so and pursue his/her willfulness then he will be punished.
GUWAHATI, May 20: The last phase of gauge conversion from North Lakhimpur to Murkongselek (154 km) of Rangiya–Murkongselek gauge conversion project (511.88 km) has been completed within the targeted period and engine rolling done on 29.03.2014 from North Lakhimpur to Gogamukh and Gogamukh to Murkongselek on 30.03.2014.
The Rangiya – Murkongselek gauge conversion project including branch lines (511.88 km) was included in the budget 2003–04 and declared the project as a National Project. Works for this project was done in five phases. In phase–I from Rangiya to Rangapara North (123 km), phase–2 from Rangapara North to Tezpur (Dekargaon) section, phase–3 from Rangapara North to North Lakhimpur (173 km), phase–4 from Balipara to Bhalukpong (34.47 km, Branch line) and phase–5 from North Lakhimpur
Good News...Waiting for this project...