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YNK/Yelahanka Junction (5 PFs)
ಯಲಹಂಕ ಜಂಕ್ಷನ್     यलहंका जंक्शन

Track: Double Electric-Line

Type of Station: Junction
Number of Platforms: 5
Number of Halting Trains: 45
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
Jn. Pt. PKD/YPR/CBP/CSDR, Railway station road Yelahanka, Bengaluru-560064
State: Karnataka
Elevation: 912 m above sea level
Zone: SWR/South Western
Division: KSR Bengaluru (Bangalore)
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Jan 21 2017 (12:26)  Live the rurban connect (bangaloremirror.indiatimes.com)
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New Facilities/TechnologySWR/South Western  -  

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Jan 21 2017 (12:26)
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Jan 21 2017 (12:26)
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Station Tag: Kodigehalli/KDGH added by karbang/50057

Posted by: karbang  23 news posts
That Bengaluru is bursting at its seams is undeniable. The once-pristine North Bengaluru no more lives in isolation, but to its credit, retains a lot of its charm despite the ravages of ‘development’. Bangalore Mirror today dissects the KSR-Doddaballapur suburban rail route, that can give both worlds the best of each other
Dec 28 2016 (08:07)  Centre plans exclusive body for city rail projects (www.deccanherald.com)
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Dec 28 2016 (8:07AM)
Station Tag: Dodballapur/DBU added by karbang/50057

Dec 28 2016 (8:07AM)
Station Tag: Yesvantpur Junction/YPR added by karbang/50057

Dec 28 2016 (8:07AM)
Station Tag: Yelahanka Junction/YNK added by karbang/50057

Dec 28 2016 (8:07AM)
Station Tag: Ramanagaram/RMGM added by karbang/50057

Dec 28 2016 (8:07AM)
Station Tag: Kengeri/KGI added by karbang/50057

Dec 28 2016 (8:07AM)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by karbang/50057

Posted by: karbang  23 news posts
The Centre is contemplating setting up an organisation exclusively for developing and implementing rail infrastructure projects in Bengaluru.
Union Chemical and Fertilisers Minister Ananth Kumar said on Tuesday that a proposal to set up Bengaluru Rail Infrastructure Development Enterprise (B-RIDE) was before the Railway Ministry. He was speaking after the launch of an e-book highlighting the achievements of the Chemicals and Fertilisers Ministry in the last 30 months.
“B-RIDE can focus on rail projects confined to Bengaluru on the lines of Karnataka Rail Infrastructure Development Enterprise (K-RIDE) that looks into feasibility and development of railway projects
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at the state level,” Kumar said. The move could help in expediting projects like the commuter rail for Bengaluru - connecting Ramanagaram to Kengeri, Tumakuru to Yeshwantpur and Yelahanka to Doddaballapur, among others.
Ananth Kumar, who represents the Bengaluru South Parliamentary constituency, said Bengaluru commuter rail will have mainline electrical multiple units (MEMU) coaches which have a capacity of one-and-a-half times of that of regular coaches.
“A section of commuter rail in Bengaluru will be operational and running within the next few months. The aim is that Bengaluru too should have a local train network like Mumbai”, Ananth Kumar said.
Listing out the achievements of his ministry, Kumar said Karnataka had been offered 200 generic drug stores where around 600 variety of life-saving drugs and surgical materials will be made available at cheaper prices. The state has to provide space to house these stores near taluk and district government hospitals, he added.
Kumar said the Centre had directed companies to provide fertilisers to farmers on credit for the next two months to ensure adequate supply of soil nutrients for the rabi season.

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Dec 28 2016 (08:09)
karbang   32 blog posts
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Hope 2017 brings Bangalore the much needed Namma Railu and some relief traffic congestion.

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For Better Managed Indian Railways~   1862 blog posts
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Success mainly depends on the active support and participation from state govt. It would have been much better if state govt have taken lead in this matter, as the chances of success would be high in that case.
Dec 27 2016 (20:33)  Yelhanka Penukonda Electrification tender for second line (www.rvnl.org)
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Posted by: kcsandeep421  1 news posts
Tender for Yelhanka-Penukonda Electrification for second line which is under construction... looks like Indian Railways want to complete electrification & doubling at rapid pace...
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Design, Supply, Erection, Testing & Commissioning of 25 KV, 50 Hz, Single Phase, Traction Over Head Equipment, Switching Stations, SCADA and other associated works, and electrical general services works for Railway Electrification of second line between Yelahanka (Excl.) – Penukonda (Incl.) (152 TKM) of Bangalore Division of South Western Railway in the State of Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh, India
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Estimated cost Rs. 66,96,08,402/-

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Dec 28 2016 (00:01)
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This will help in reducing traffic congestion
Dec 12 2016 (09:18)  Yes to eco-friendly, cost-effective suburban rail network (www.deccanherald.com)
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Dec 12 2016 (9:18AM)
Station Tag: Baiyyappanahalli/BYPL added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:18AM)
Station Tag: Whitefield/WFD added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:18AM)
Station Tag: Hoodi Halt/HDIH added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:18AM)
Station Tag: Yelahanka Junction/YNK added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:18AM)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:18AM)
Station Tag: Kengeri/KGI added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:18AM)
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Posted by: karbang  23 news posts
Traffic congestion is a major complaint of most Bengalureans. Everyday commute to work is no less than a Herculean task for most. Is suburban rail network then a possible solution to the traffic chaos in the city? We asked citizens who endure the daily traffic ordeal to make their choice.
Here’s Sriharsha D V, a software engineer, who finds travelling by train cheaper and faster. He has been advocating train travel for long, urging people to do the same. He travels daily by train to his workplace and believes that there is a need to popularise the trains. According to him, “The only way to do it would be to flock the trains, increase the number of travellers. The current consumption of
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existing services is way less than the capacity of the coaches.”
Agreeing with this view is Suhas N, a mobility consultant. As someone who usually finds himself on the road for more than three hours a day, he talks about leveraging the available railway infrastructure to efficiently utilise the suburban rail network, instead of flyovers or other projects.
Suhas explains, “The railway stations at Nayandahalli/Kengeri, Majestic, Hebbal, Yelahanka, Hoodi and Whitefield can be connected with existing tracks and this will reduce much of the burden on the roads. This is a cost-effective solution compared to the Metro.”
Daily commuters on NICE Road Rajesh Chillappagari and Krishna, both engineers, feel suburban rail network should be the right option as it helps reduce the density of vehicles on the roads. An eco-friendly initiative, it is economical for long-distance travel, they say.
Another commuter, Manoj, who is an aerospace engineer, prefers a battery-operated railway network in Bengaluru. “The batteries could be recharged using solar energy. This will be efficient and can take us a long way. There are trains running on electricity in other Metro cities,” he says.
A Metro-linked commuter railway network is another possible solution to ease traffic gridlocks. Many suggest this linkage to ease traffic hurdles.
Shripathy Hadigal, a travel photographer, feels that “the capabilities of intra-city trains have been ignored.” He sees a need for meticulous planning in utilisation of the limited facilities available. “One train that could carry hundreds of people from the centre of the city to Kengeri can result in several vehicles getting off the Mysuru Road. The journey that takes hours will drastically come down to a few minutes.”
Vouching for an inter-modal transport system, Hadigal says, “If a rail network is planned in tandem with the Metro, certainly every over-ambitious, ill-planned flyover and road-widening project can be stopped.”
Arathy B, head of customer relations at a private firm, welcomes any public transport plan that might reduce the commute time. “Having a Metro connection between Vijayanagar and Electronics City and Hosur Road would actually bring down my travel time to only half an hour from two hours,” she says.
Supporting the suburban railway network initiative, she looks at it as a way to lead a healthy, stress-free life.
On the other hand, Krishna Hathwar, a lead engineer who spends three hours in traffic every day, opines that the Metro is a better alternative for Bengaluru. The city, he contends, has grown too big to accommodate a suburban railway system.
Karthik Bhat travels to ITPB, Whitefield on work from Bull Temple Road, spending two to three hours on the road.
He says, “The Metro service which has been provided only till Baiyappanahalli should have been extended at least till Tin Factory and ITPL.”
Bhat says transportation planning should have been done keeping in mind the long-term effects.
In the current situation —where the roads are almost always chock-a-block with traffic — the need of the hour is to arrive at a long-term, efficient plan and execute it cautiously. Suburban rail network is seen as a cost-effective, eco-friendly solution which could be linked with Metro to ease stressful commute around the city.
Aug 09 2016 (12:13)  Rail scrap turns to sculpture (www.newindianexpress.com)
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Aug 09 2016 (12:13PM)
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Aug 09 2016 (12:13PM)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by For Better Managed Indian Railways~/1546020

Posted by: For Better Managed Indian Railways~  945 news posts
BENGALURU: The railways have been an integral part of the lives of Indians, and hence also the arts. Now, the Railways Department is using art to help engage workers.
And the Rail Wheel Factory in Yelahanka is more lively, thanks to this. Sculptures made of railway scrap have been installed, and many of the walls and pedestrian area are covered with paintings by the RWF staffers, their children, and NGOs and well-known artists.
The railways is a reflection of Indian society, says the chief mechanical engineer at the factory. In that sense, it
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is not that different from art.
“The Indian Railways gives you the best glimpse of our lives. Be it the rich or the poor, everyone travels by train,” says S Mani. “The rich use trains because flights do not take them everywhere, and the poor because trains remain the cheapest mode of transport.”
The platforms, where they move to board trains, is a canvas, he says. “Art must imitate this. That was the idea behind providing art to the travelling public,” he adds.
As a part of the experiment, an art gallery, cartoon and heritage galleries were opened for the first time in the Bangalore division of south western railway in 2011 and 2012. It brought railway staff who enjoyed painting together.
A series of art camps were also organised at the stations. The pillar and wall space were used for painting and murals by participating NGOs, and tribal and folk artists.
Mani adds, “The project here started in January. To introduce art into a very heavy engineering environment was wonderful. It was an experiment to see if art can enrich, build team spirit and help staff take pride in their work. I wouldn’t say this is the reason, but the production of the factory has increased.”
And the experiment was a successful one, he says.
The factory has also opened a gallery on the premises, showcasing works of several artists. It also depicts the history of the factory. The staff also started an art club with 10 core members.
F Arockia Wilson, a RWF staffer, says the idea for the club came after Mani saw his work at the factory.
He says, “I did one on the Make in India campaign with chalkpiece. Mani sir saw it and asked who did the work. Then he called me and asked how it could be developed.”
So he and his co-workers began to wonder how they could make the scrap wheels lying around attractive. “Then, several artists from Chitrakala Parishath and others came and it spread,” he recalls.
It helps him de-stress, he says.
“I was interested in art since childhood,” he says. “Art is creation. We do enamel painting in the factory. We have made about five to seven models. There’s a sculpture on Gandhi’s Dandi yatra too.”
As the factory gates, walls and steel plates became large canvasses, the dead oil tanks also came to life.
These works convey messages on life and environment. They also give you a peek into the life of the workers and the manufacturing process.
It illustrates how railway scrap is melted in a furnace at 1,700 degrees, moulded and split to produce wheels. Workers then step in to clean these through a process called sprue washing, and the product is ready.
Sculptures of men in uniform outline the safety measures the manufacturing unit workers should take.
Peter Shanthaveera J, assistant mechanical engineer, adds, “All of this is soothing. The work will get others thinking. They will also develop a pride in their work, and can also imbibe these philosophies. The colour hands at the metallurgy department have made the place look better.”
Nelson, a staffer in the electrical maintenance department, calls the artistic side he and his colleagues discovered as gifts of God. They have had no formal training in art, he reasons.
He says the art club is now working on a new project. It will show the process of making a wheel, one that the RWF compares to birthing a child. “The works will have a 3D effect,” he adds.

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For Better Managed Indian Railways~   1862 blog posts
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This is the beauty of creativity

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🚂🙌 22415Andhra Pradesh AC SF Express 😎🚊🚅~   2633 blog posts
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WoW Mesmerizing

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Superb creativity by RWF staff
Jul 25 2016 (10:31)  Suresh Prabhu assures suburban rail, high speed train to Mysuru (www.deccanchronicle.com)
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Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Yesvantpur Junction/YPR added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Whitefield/WFD added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Hubballi Junction (Hubli)/UBL added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Yelahanka Junction/YNK added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Channasandra/CSDR added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Bhopal HabibGanj/HBJ added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Dharmavaram Junction/DMM added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Mangaluru Junction (Mangalore)/MAJN added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Mangalore Central/MAQ added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: Mysuru Junction (Mysore)/MYS added by promethsuresh/443440

Jul 25 2016 (10:36AM)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by promethsuresh/443440

Posted by: Prometh Suresh  2 news posts
Bengaluru: Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, who was here to inaugurate the new entry gate and escalators at the Yeshwantpur Junction on Saturday, announced a slew of goodies for the city.
Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, on Saturday said the Centre is willing to start the suburban rail project in Bengaluru in partnership with the state government.
“I know people living in Whitefield are finding it difficult without a suburban rail. We have announced suburban rail in the budget. I had a discussion with the state government even today (Saturday). We are
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open and most willing to start this project as a partner with the state government. We have decided to take this up with equity participation and I have invited the minister of Large and Medium Scale Industries from Commerce and Industries and Infrastructure Development, R.V. Deshpande to come to Delhi to discuss about this project,” Mr Prabhu said.
He was presiding the inaugural function of a new entry gate and escalators at the Yeshwantpura Junction on Saturday afternoon attended by the Union Minister of Statistics and Programme Implementation, D.V. Sadananda Gowda and Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilizers and Parliamentary Affairs Ananth Kumar, minister R.V. Deshpande among other local MLAs.
It was also announced that the Yeswanthpur-Yelahanka track along with Channasandra-Yelahanka tracks were upgraded with doubling and electrification at the cost of Rs 94.93 crore and Rs 107.67 crore respectively. The Yelahanka-Dharmavaram track was electrified at the cost of Rs 160.9 crore.
Connectivity, electrification a priority
“To the credit of the two MPs from Bengaluru, the railway budget share for Karnataka increased from Rs 909 crore in 2014 to Rs 1,300 crore in 2015 and again increased to Rs 2,779 crores in 2016, which is an increase of 300 per cent, and next year this will be even more,” Prabhu said. “The ministry is working at a bullet train’s pace, but the railway officials seem to be lagging behind with a passenger rail’s pace,” Mr. Prabhu remarked.
He said the focus of the ministry at present was on increasing investments in improving connectivity by doubling and tripling of rail lines so that the delays can be reduced and electrification of lines to reduce diesel usage cutting down pollution and leaving no carbon footprints.”
Extra train to Mangaluru soon
Speaking about the extra train between Bangalore-Mangalore that was announced in the previous rail budget, but yet not implemented - the union minister said the route had safety concerns in the way of land slides and possibilities of derailment as it passes through the Western Ghats.
The minister then urged the railway officials to get their technical team to work on the safety issues and resolve them with the Commission of Railway Safety (CRS) after which the train between Mangalore and Bengaluru can be commissioned, Prabhu said after the insistence of DV Sadananda Gowda who pointed out that around 400-500 buses ply between Mangaluru and Bengaluru on a daily basis.
Facelift for stations
“We are looking for development of existing railway stations/junctions with newer ones designed by way of Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) model which will replicate airport or metro stations,” Mr Prabhu said. Agreement for the first PPP model in Habibganj in New Bhopal is already signed and the station is getting a facelift and this can happen to every other stations and junctions, he added.
Spanish trains
“We are also looking at introducing high-speed trains without altering rail tracks. The Spanish Talgo train that is continuing with its trail runs at the Mathura-Palwal route is doing great. The train travels at the max speed of 180 kilometre per hour. Trial runs are being conducted with sand bags to see if the Spanish-made light-weight coaches can take the weight of passengers and manoeuvre turns and curves at high speeds,” Mr Prabhu said.
Once trial runs are successful there, we can look at starting trail runs not only for the Bangalore-Mysore corridor, but also consider Bangalore-Hubbali corridor, said Mr Prabhu when MP Ananth Kumar insisted. “If Talgo runs on the corridor, the journey time between Mysore and Bengaluru could be reduced to 1 hour and 40 minutes,” he added.

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Mangaluru deserves to be division~   4049 blog posts   294 correct pred (67% accurate)
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They have to do in next two years, if they want to win in upcoming elections in KA - 2018
Jul 14 2016 (10:37)  IR Commissioned electrification of Yehlanka- Dharmavaram section (twitter.com)
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Jul 14 2016 (10:37AM)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by Syed Muzammil/72198

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Station Tag: Dharmavaram Junction/DMM added by Syed Muzammil/72198

Jul 14 2016 (10:37AM)
Station Tag: Yelahanka Junction/YNK added by Syed Muzammil/72198

Posted by: Syed Muzammil  4 news posts
IR Commissioned electrification of 214 km long Yehlanka- Dharmavaram section.
Source: Mr. Suresh Prabhu twitter tweet.
Link: click here

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Will there be any TT reduction (at least 30 mins) for all trains between YNK-DMM now?
May 20 2016 (11:24)  DIVERSION OF T.NO 16591/92 (twitter.com)
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May 20 2016 (11:24AM)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by Welcomes you/1060656

May 20 2016 (11:24AM)
Station Tag: Mysuru Junction (Mysore)/MYS added by Welcomes you/1060656

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Station Tag: Hubballi Junction (Hubli)/UBL added by Welcomes you/1060656

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Station Tag: Ballari Junction (Bellary)/BAY added by Welcomes you/1060656

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Station Tag: Yesvantpur Junction/YPR added by Welcomes you/1060656

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Station Tag: Yelahanka Junction/YNK added by Welcomes you/1060656

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May 20 2016 (11:24AM)
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Posted by: Ballari Express~  28 news posts
T NO 16591/92 UBL-MYS-UBL Hampi express will run via Yelhanka-Yeshvanthpur instead of Yelhanka-Bengaluru Cantt. on ether direction with effect from 14-9-2016.

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source and y its diverted via ypr
Mar 30 2016 (16:07)  PR304 - CANCELLATION/PARTIAL CANCELLATION OF CERTAIN TRAINS (www.swr.indianrailways.gov.in)
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PressNoteNo. 304 dated29-03-2016
CANCELLATION/PARTIAL CANCELLATION OF CERTAIN TRAINS DUE TO NON-INTERLOCKINGWORKING FOR COMMISSIONING OF DOUBLING BETWEEN YESVANTPUR AND YELHANKA SECTION
Railway Board has permitted non-interlocking working for commissioning of Doubling of railway line between Yesvantpur and Yelhanka section on Bangalore Division from 00-00 hrs. of 31st March, 2016 to 03rd April, 2016, as a result, the following Trains are Cancelled/Partially Cancelled as per the dates mentioned against each.
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CANCELLATION OF TRAINS:

Train No. 06595 Yesvantpur-Devanahalli Passenger is fully cancelled for 04 days i.e. from 31st March, 2016 to 03rd April, 2016.
Train No. 06596 Devanhalli-Yesvantpur Passeger is fully cancelled for 04 days i.e. from 31st March, 2016 to 03rd April, 2016.
Train No. 76551 Bengaluru City-Kolar Passenger is fully cancelled for 04 days i.e. from 31st March, 2016 to 03rd April, 2016.
Train No. 76552 Kolar-Bengaluru City Passenger is fully cancelled for 04 days i.e. from 31st March, 2016 to 03rd April, 2016.
Train No. 56525 Bengaluru City-Kolar Passenger is fully cancelled for 04 days i.e. from 30th March, 2016 to 02nd April, 2016.
Train No. 56526 Kolar-Bengaluru City Passenger is fully cancelled for 04 days i.e. from 31st March, 2016 to 03rd April, 2016.

PARTIALCANCELLATION OF TRAINS:

Train No. 56503 Bengaluru Cantt.-Vijayawada Passenger is partially cancelled between Bengaluru Cantt and Dharmavaram station leaving Bengaluru Cantt. station at 07-40 hrs. from 31st March, 2016 to 03rd April, 2016.
Train No.56504 Vijayawada-Bengaluru Cantt. Passenger is partially cancelled between Dharmavaram and Bengaluru Cantt., leaving Vijayawada station at 20-40 hrs. from 30th March, 2016 to 02nd April, 2016.
Train No. 12691 Chennai-Sri Satya Sai Prashanti Nilayam(SSPN) Express is partially cancelled between Bengaluru City and Sri Satya Sai Prashani Nilayam, leaving Chennai station at 23-30 hrs. on 01st April, 2016.
Train No.12692 Sri Satya Sai Prashanti Nilayam(SSPN)-Chennai Express is partially cancelled between Sri Satya Sai Prashani Nilayam and Bengaluru City stations, leavingSri Satya Sai Prashanti Nilayam(SSPN) station at 18-25 hrs. on 02nd April, 2016.
Mar 30 2016 (07:31)  Trains cancelled, double line to open soon (epaperbeta.timesofindia.com)
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Posted by: Tejas*^~  44 news posts
The following trains will be cancelled due to work for commissioning of the double line between Yeshwantpur and Yelahanka: Train No. 0659506596 Yeshwantpur­Devanahalli­Yeshwantpur Special will be cancelled from March 31 to April 3; train No. 7655176552 Bengaluru City­Kolar­Bengaluru City DEMU will be cancelled from March 31 to April; train No. 56525 Bengaluru City­Kolar Passenger will be cancelled from March 30 to April 2; 56526 Kolar-­Bengaluru City Passenger will be cancelled from March 31to April 3.

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Exactly! LOGH is like a junction point which handles trains to Hebbal as well as trains from YNK - YPR (Unidirectional).
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