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JEP/Jeonathpur (2 PFs)
جيوناتھپر     जिवनाथपुर

Track: Double Electric-Line

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 2
Number of Halting Trains: 4
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
SH-97, Ram Nagar Industrial Area, Ram nagar, Varanasi
State: Uttar Pradesh
Elevation: 83 m above sea level
Zone: NCR/North Central
Division: Allahabad
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Aug 13 2016 (13:41)  अत्याधुनिक सुविधाओं से लैस होंगे टर्मिनल (www.amarujala.com)
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News Entry# 277102     
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Aug 13 2016 (1:41PM)
Station Tag: Jeonathpur/JEP added by Saurabh*^~/15807
Stations:  Jeonathpur/JEP  
4200 करोड़ की परियोजना के प्रथम चरण में हल्दिया से वाराणसी तक जलमार्ग का विकास किया जाना है। वाराणसी, साहिबगंज, हल्दिया में बनने वाले मल्टी मॉडल टर्मिनल खुली नदी नौचालन प्रणाली, तट संरक्षण कार्य, आधुनिक नदी सूचना प्रणाली (आरआईएस), डिजिटल ग्लोबल पॉजिशनिंग सिस्टम (डीजीपीएस), रात्रि नौचालन सुविधाएं, चैनल चिह्नित करने के आधुनिक उपकरणों से लैस होंगे।
फरक्का में 450 करोड़ रुपये की लागत से एक नए नौचालन लॉक का निर्माण कराया जा रहा है। टर्मिनल का काम अगस्त 2018 तक पूरा होने की संभावना है। रामनगर टर्मिनल को एनएच-7 और जीवनाथपुर रेलवे स्टेशन से जोड़ा जाएगा। प्रथम चरण का कार्य पूरा होने पर टर्मिनल की अनुमानित कार्गो हैंडलिंग क्षमता प्रतिवर्ष 12 लाख टन की होगी। टर्मिनल पर दो जलयानों की एक साथ
बर्थिंग, भंडारण क्षेत्र, ट्रांजिट शेड, पार्किंग क्षेत्र की सुविधाएं उपलब्ध होंगी।
Aug 11 2016 (10:14)  Nitin Gadkari to lay foundation of multi-modal terminal in Varanasi (indianexpress.com)
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News Entry# 276813     
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Aug 11 2016 (10:14AM)
Station Tag: Jeonathpur/JEP added by For Better Managed Indian Railways~/1546020

Aug 11 2016 (10:14AM)
Station Tag: Varanasi Junction/BSB added by For Better Managed Indian Railways~/1546020
The Ministry said the cargo handling capacity of the terminal on completion of phase 1 is estimated to be 1.2 million tonnes per annum (MTPA).
As part of National Waterway-1 development, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari would lay the foundation stone for a multi-modal terminal at Varanasi on Friday and flag off trial run of two vessels carrying Maruti Suzuki cars and construction material.
“The two vessels viz MV Joy Basudev (capacity 1,400 tonnes) and MV VV Giri (capacity 300 tonnes), containing newly assembled cars of Maruti Suzuki and construction material, respectively will be
flagged off from the Aghoreshwar Bhagwan Ram Ghat, Varanasi at 11 am on August 12. The occasion will also be marked by the laying of foundation stone of the Multi-Modal Terminal at Ramnagar,” the Ministry of Shipping said in a statement today.
The contract for construction of phase I of the multi-modal terminal at Varanasi has been awarded to AFCONS Infrastructure Ltd at an estimated cost of Rs 170 crore and is likely to be completed by August 2018.
The terminal will have road and rail connectivity with proposed links on NH-7 and Jeonathpur railway station, respectively.
The Ministry said the cargo handling capacity of the terminal on completion of phase 1 is estimated to be 1.2 million tonnes per annum (MTPA).
It said the cargo that will be handled at the terminal includes stone chips, cement, food grains, fertilisers, sugar, etc.
The terminal will have facilities including berthing space for two vessels simultaneously, storage area, transit shed, parking areas, among others.
The terminal will also have a floating jetty for passenger transportation.
“National Waterway-1 (NW-1) is being developed under the Jal Marg Vikas Project, with assistance from the World Bank atan estimated cost of Rs 4,200 crore. The project would enable commercial navigation of vessels with capacity of 1,500-2,000 DWT Tonnage from Varanasi to Haldia,” the statement said.
Phase-I of the project covers the Haldia-Varanasi stretch.
The project includes development of fairway, construction of new multi-modal terminals at Varanasi, Haldia, and Sahibganj, strengthening of open river navigation system, conservancy works, modern River Information System (RIS), Digital Global Positioning System (DGPS), night navigation facilities, modern methods of channel marking, construction ofa new state-of-the-art navigational lock at Farakka, West Bengal, etc.
National Waterway-1 is of national significance passing through Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal, potentially serving the major cities of Haldia, Howrah, Kolkata, Bhagalpur, Patna, Ghazipur, Varanasi, Allahabad and their industrial hinterlands including several industries located along the Ganga basin.
The rail and road corridors of this region are already saturated. Hence, the development of NW-1 would result in a viable economical, efficient and eco-friendly mode of transport and huge quantities of cargo can be transported thereby helping in economic development of this region, the statement added.
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