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MWM/Malleswaram (2 PFs)
ಮಲ್ಲೇಶ್ವರಂ     मल्लेश्वरम

Track: Double Electric-Line

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 2
Number of Halting Trains: 31
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
1st Main Rd,11th cross,opp. Manipal Northside hospital, Subramanyanagar, Bengaluru
State: Karnataka
Elevation: 920 m above sea level
Zone: SWR/South Western
Division: KSR Bengaluru (Bangalore)
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Jul 09 2017 (21:03)  Cab aggregator Ola has joined hands with SWR to provide service for 11 more stations. (localnews.manoramaonline.com)
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News Entry# 307916   Blog Entry# 2347805     
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Posted by: MCPNBR~  413 news posts
Cab aggregator Ola has joined hands with SWR to provide service for 11 more stations. Dedicated Ola kiosks will be available at 11 stations to help consumers to book cabs. The stations identified are BNC, YPR, KJM, HEB, KGI,YNK, BNCE, BAND, WFD, BYPL, MWM. SBC already have the facility.

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Jul 10 2017 (00:14)
syedbakash   960 blog posts   2284 correct pred (65% accurate)
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Great to hear this from ola. its very. helpful for us becos i hv faced many times my mobile doesnt get connect to open ola app as the message tells me that ola app is not responding . in this cenario its very useful for us to get the cabs to reach our destinations at the earliest.
Mar 03 2017 (11:43)  Temporary stop at Malleswaram (epaperbeta.timesofindia.com)
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Mar 03 2017 (11:43)
Station Tag: Malleswaram/MWM added by Hareesh Mangalam*^~/73888

Mar 03 2017 (11:43)
Train Tag: Tumakuru- Bengaluru Passenger/56926 added by Hareesh Mangalam*^~/73888

Mar 03 2017 (11:43)
Train Tag: KSR Bengaluru - Tumakuru Passenger/56925 added by Hareesh Mangalam*^~/73888

Posted by: Hareesh Mangalam*^~  1187 news posts
Train number 5692556926 KSR Bengaluru ­ Tumakuru ­ KSR Bengaluru fast passenger will temporarily stop at Malleswaram station for six months, from March 7 to September 6. This is being done on an experimental basis.
Dec 12 2016 (09:27)  Halt! It's a local train (www.deccanherald.com)
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New Facilities/TechnologySWR/South Western  -  

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Dec 12 2016 (9:27AM)
Station Tag: Ramanagaram/RMGM added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:27AM)
Station Tag: Malleswaram/MWM added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:27AM)
Station Tag: Whitefield/WFD added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:27AM)
Station Tag: Kengeri/KGI added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:27AM)
Station Tag: Chik Ballapur/CBP added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:27AM)
Station Tag: Hoodi Halt/HDIH added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:27AM)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:27AM)
Station Tag: Yesvantpur Junction/YPR added by karbang/50057

Dec 12 2016 (9:27AM)
Station Tag: Baiyyappanahalli/BYPL added by karbang/50057

Posted by: karbang~  183 news posts
For lakhs of Bengalureans desperately seeking an escape route from the hyper-congested city roads, a full-fledged commuter rail system continues to be a distant dream. But small steps such as the recently opened Hoodi halt station are reminders that a local train network is the only way out.
Despite grumblings over its location, the halt station is proof that collective people's campaign could potentially help build a sustainable suburban network for the city in the future.
Thousands of IT professionals and labourers are already benefited by the halt station, located between the KR
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Puram and Whitefield stations. They now have two raised platforms and ticket counter, a far cry from the unauthorised halt point at the Whitefield Panel Cabin.
Long-distance trains
But in the absence of dedicated local trains apart from a very skeletal service, passengers still depend on long-distance trains. They know the road route cannot be an option if the aim is to reach their homes in Malleswaram, Vijayanagar or Kengeri in the shortest possible time from the IT hub Whitefield.
Eight trains to the city and eight heading outwards currently halt at the station. For Girish Ramaiah, who works in Unilever at the ITPL tech park four km from the station, the switch to train has drastically reduced his commute time. “Earlier, I used to spend two and a half hours on the road to reach my Malleswaram house. Now it is less than an hour,” he says.
Peak hour commute by road is a nightmare. After work, if a professional from ITPL is lucky enough to negotiate the clogged Hoodi junction and ITPL main road, a mammoth congestion awaits at the KR Puram junction. The chaos is matched only by the perennial jams at Kundanahalli and Marathahalli.
The rail option allows ITPL employees to completely bypass these notorious traffic bottlenecks. Boarding the available trains at the halt station, many alight at Baiyappanahalli to take the Metro. Many others proceed on the passenger trains to the city railway station.
Rationalise timings
The shift from road to rail will be dramatic even if a skeletal service of dedicated local trains is introduced with schedules in tune with office timings. This, assert several passengers on the route, should make a huge difference during the morning and evening peak hours.
Mallikarjun C G, a resident of Kengeri, commutes daily to ITPL. He explains how more frequent trains can help him reach home faster. “If I leave my office at 5.30 pm and catch a train by 5.55 pm, I can reach city railway station before 7 pm. The Mysuru train that leaves city at 7 pm will be ideal for me to reach Kengeri. But now, the Arakkonam passenger I get reaches the city station only at 7.15 pm.”
Last month, the South Western Railway introduced a Mainline Electric Multiple Unit (MEMU) service between Bangarpet and Baiyappanahalli. The objective was to mainly help the IT crowd in Whitefield shift to the Metro at Baiyappanahalli.
The MEMU, with its eight coaches, can take up to 1,600 passengers. The plan was good, but there was a big scheduling flaw. The train leaves Bangarpet at 3.55 pm, reaching Baiyappanahalli at 5.10 pm. But most IT companies in ITPL and other Whitefield locations close only at 5.00 or 5.30 pm. It passes the critical Hoodi halt station at 4.50 pm, too early for the IT crowd.
Similar issues plague the Ramanagaram-City services as well. The arrival and departure times at key stations bypass the crucial office closure hours, minimising the benefit for the workforce.
Increase frequency
However, all these problems will disappear if the frequency of dedicated local trains is increased, contends Roopa Dave, an IT professional from Whitefield.
“A lot of people are forced to take long-distance trains that end up halting abruptly for crossings. They are not dependable,” she says.
But Roopa has another problem, articulated by many others who find the new Hoodi halt station’s location too far from their workplace. Roopa has her office right inside the Prestige Shantiniketan, a stone’s throwaway from the spot where trains used to stop before the new station came up.
The Railways and Bengaluru Central MP P C Mohan, who donated Rs 2.87 crore from his MPLAD fund for the Hoodi halt station, however preferred the new location for its better road connectivity.
More halt stations
Yet, the station has made a big difference for commuters. Now, imagine the cascading benefits of a city-wide network of such stations. For instance, a station on the Devanahalli-Chikkaballapur line near the Airport Trumpet flyover could benefit thousands of commuters to the Kempegowda International Airport and nearby areas.
A halt station at Munekollela on the Hosur line can help commuters bound for Electronics City and beyond. Only six km separate the Heelalige station and Electronics City, a distance that can be easily bridged through dedicated shuttle bus services. On the Baiyappanahalli-Yeshwantpur line, halts at Varthur Road and Chandapur Road can give commuters a viable and faster connect to workplaces at Manyata Tech Park. This could decongest the Outer Ring Road stretch.
LAST-MILE BMTC FEEDERS
A railway halt station can work efficiently only if there is good last-mile connectivity. For the IT crowd, the distance between the Hoodi station and ITPL is much more than a mile. Implication: They have to depend on BMTC buses or autorickshaws.
Currently, a BMTC shuttle service runs from ITPL bus bay at 4 pm to reach in time for the Bangarpet-KSR Bengaluru DEMU train. The train arrives at the Hoodi station at 4.32 pm. However, this service is unavailable for the big crowd headed to the station after IT offices close at 5.30 pm.
Rail commuters have suggested a BMTC circular bus service to pick up people from multiple locations and get to the halt station. One route on their agenda goes from Hoodi Station to Hope Farm, proceeding to Varthur Kodi, Kundanahalli Gate and back to the halt station.
Autorickshaws are available at the halt station. But they charge a premium to even get to the Hoodi Junction, about 500 metres away. When trains used to stop near Prestige Shantiniketan, many IT employees had arranged their own shuttle bus services. That is yet to take off at the new station.
NEED: FULL-FLEDGED SUBURBAN NETWORK
Bengaluru needs a full-fledged suburban rail network and not half measures, say most commuters who prefer rail travel to the congested roads. The move to link long-distance and the skeletal local train services to the Metro, they say, is flawed.
Here’s why: The local DEMU, MEMU and other trains run by the railways carry thousands of passengers. This service cannot be replaced by Metro trains that are more expensive and carry much fewer commuters.
A MEMU train from Bangarpet to Baiyappanahalli has already been introduced. But passengers wonder why they are forced to shift to the Metro at Baiyappanahalli instead of heading straight to Bangalore East, Cantonment and City Railway Stations by the same train.
However, the switchover will benefit those heading towards Indiranagar, Halasuru, MG Road and other inner city areas. Once the Metro Green Line is fully integrated to the Purple Line, commuters from Whitefield could get to Jayanagar, JP Nagar and other locations in the south of the city.
BENEFIT FOR 40% URBAN COMMUTERS
Forty per cent of Bengaluru’s urban commuters will switch over to commuter rail, dramatically decongesting the city roads. How can this happen?
By introducing a full-fledged suburban system covering 440 km and integrating it with the Metro and BMTC services, according to Sanjeev Dyamannavar, an urban rail analyst.
This, he says, can happen if 266 round trips are introduced in all the routes that connect Bengaluru with Chikkaballapur, Kolar, Doddaballapur, Tumakuru, Nelamangala, Hosur and Ramanagaram.

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Dec 12 2016 (10:24)
karbang~   120 blog posts   3 correct pred (100% accurate)
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It's good initiative the public is taking. If the Govt/ Officialdom doesn't wake up, its up to us to give a jolt to these so called public servants to make our city livable.

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Dec 12 2016 (11:23)
Why not three languages in Aadhar~   4284 blog posts   324 correct pred (68% accurate)
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Agree, with pressure we can bring CRS in Bluru. This is main point in upcoming elections and to decongest capital.
Aug 15 2015 (08:48)  Woman run over by train, family watches in horror (www.thehindu.com)
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Aug 15 2015 (8:48AM)
Station Tag: Malleswaram/MWM added by rdb**/69261

Posted by: rdb*^  130904 news posts
A 65-year-old woman was run over by a train while her family watched the horrific accident in Malleswaram Railway Station on Thursday.
The deceased, Gowramma, a resident of Gayatri Nagar was waiting for the train along with family members and was scheduled to leave for Nanjangud.
The incident took place on Platform no. 1 at around 7 a.m.
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platform No. 2 to get tea by crossing the railway tracks and was returning by crossing the same railway track.
Just as she was trying to climb back the platform, a train passed by crushing her to death.
People around and the Station Master could only recover her highly mutilated body.
Oct 31 2014 (09:28)  Nelamangala journey gets comfy with morning train (www.bangaloremirror.com)
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Oct 31 2014 (9:29AM)
Station Tag: Malleswaram/MWM added by Mysore Express/961653

Oct 31 2014 (9:29AM)
Station Tag: Chikbanavar Junction/BAW added by Mysore Express/961653

Oct 31 2014 (9:29AM)
Station Tag: Soldevanahalli/SDVL added by Mysore Express/961653

Oct 31 2014 (9:28AM)
Station Tag: Yesvantpur Junction/YPR added by Mysore Express/961653

Oct 31 2014 (9:28AM)
Station Tag: Bangalore City Junction/SBC added by Mysore Express/961653

Oct 31 2014 (9:28AM)
Station Tag: Nelamangala/NMGA added by Mysore Express/961653

Posted by: ~  130 news posts
The South-Western Railway is introducing a new peak-hour Bangalore-Nelamangala train. According to SWR, the new train will leave Bangalore City station at 7.15 am and reach Nelamangala at around 8.15 a.m. On its return, it will leave Nelamangala at 8.30 am and reach Bangalore city station by 9.30 am.
The train, which was announced by Railway Minister D V Sadananda Gowda in his maiden Railway Budget, will start its services from November 1.
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Oct 31 2014 (09:29)
Why not three languages in Aadhar~   4284 blog posts   324 correct pred (68% accurate)
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Good move

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Oct 31 2014 (09:41)
knkprasad956*^~   2263 blog posts
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Great and good news for the daily travellers. In fact it was announced to run between YPR-NELAMANGALA leaving YPR at 7.30 am. However it is a good move by SWR to start and terminate at SBC

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Oct 31 2014 (10:15)
Vinay Bharadwaj*^~   4774 blog posts   953 correct pred (74% accurate)
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Really a great news. It brings joy to daily commuters at least in the morning.

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Oct 31 2014 (10:27)
Vinay Bharadwaj*^~   4774 blog posts   953 correct pred (74% accurate)
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Unfortunately, as usual there is no press release from SWR yet

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Oct 31 2014 (14:38)
chinmaya.murthy   2 blog posts
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It would have been even good, if the train operates in evening hours also.

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Oct 31 2014 (14:49)
knkprasad956*^~   2263 blog posts
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That is as usual. SWR runs late

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Oct 31 2014 (21:25)
knkprasad956*^~   2263 blog posts
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As per the SWR press release, the train will run between YPR-NELAMANGALA only leaving YPR at 7.30 hrs. The report in the Bangalore Mirror is wrong to that extent .The SZTT of 2014-15 also shows the train DEMU starting and terminating at YPR
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