10 February 2018

MUMBAI LOCAL TRAINS JUMBO BLOCK ON SUNDAY, 11th FEBRUARY, 2018

A jumbo block will be taken on Up & Dn slow lines from 10.35 hrs to 15.35 hrs on Sunday, 11th February, 2018 between Churchgate and Mumbai Central (Local) stations for maintenance of track, signaling and overhead equipments. During the block, all slow line trains will run on fast lines between Churchgate and Mumbai Central (Local) stations. Due to this, some Up & Dn suburban trains will remain cancelled Detailed information to this effect is available with concerned Station Masters.
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2018 SUMMER SPECIAL TRAINS FROM MUMBAI TO JAIPUR & AJMER AND AHMEDABAD TO CHENNAI

For the convenience of passengers and to clear the extra rush during summer vacation,Western Railway had already announced 156 services of 8 summer special trains to various parts of India like New Delhi, Lucknow, Jammu Tawi, Jalandhar, Gandhidham, Patna etc. In addition to these trains, Western Railway has now planned 78 services of 3 more Summer Special trains from Mumbai to Jaipur & Ajmer and from Ahmedabad to Chennai Central. After inclusion of these new special trains, the total number of Summer Special trains notified by Western Railway till date has gone upto 11 trains with 234 services. These special trains will run o­n special fare.

·09724/09723 Bandra Terminus – Jaipur Weekly Superfast Special Train o­n Special Fare                                                               (26 Trips)

Train No. 09724 Bandra Terminus – Jaipur (Weekly) Superfast Special train will leave Bandra Terminus o­n every Thursday at 06.15 hrs to reach Jaipur at 01.25 hrs the next day. This train will run from 5th April to 28thJune, 2018.

Similarly, in return direction Train No.09723 Jaipur – Bandra Terminus (Weekly) Superfast Special train will leave Jaipur every Wednesday 08.20 hrs and will reach Bandra Terminus at 04.45 hrs the next day. This train will run from 4thApril to 27th June, 2018

The train will have First AC, AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class and General Second Class coaches. The train will halt at Borivali, Surat, Vadodara, Ratlam, Nimach, Chittaugarh, Bhilwara, Ajmer and Kishangarh stations in both directions.

·09622/09621 Bandra Terminus – Ajmer Weekly Superfast Special Train o­n Special Fare                                                               (26 Trips)

Train No. 09622 Bandra Terminus – Ajmer (Weekly) Superfast Special train will leave Bandra Terminus o­n every Monday at 06.15 hrs and will reach Ajmer at 03.25 hrs the next day. This train will run from 2nd April to 25th June, 2018.

Similarly, in return direction Train No.09621 Ajmer – Bandra Terminus (Weekly) Superfast Special train will leave Ajmer every Sunday at 06.30 hrs to reach Bandra Terminus  at 04.45 hrs the next day. This train will run from 1st April to 24th June, 2018.

The train will have AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class and General Second Class coaches. The train will halt at Borivali, Surat, Vadodara, Ratlam, Bhawani Mandi, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Durgapura, Jaipur and Kishangarh stations in both directions.

·06052/06051 Ahmedabad  - Chennai Central via Vasai Road Weekly Special  Train o­n Special Fare (26 Trips)

Train No. 06052 Ahmedabad – Chennai Central (Weekly) Special train will leave Ahmedabad every Monday at 09.40 hrs will arrive at Vasai Road at 16.50 hrs (same day) and will reach Chennai Central at 17.10 hrs the next day. This train will run from 9th April to 2nd July, 2018.

Similarly, in return direction Train No. 06051 Chennai Central – Ahmedabad via (Weekly) Special train will leave Chennai o­n every Saturday at 20.00 hrs will arrive Vasai Road at 22.35 hrs (next day) and will reach Ahmedabad at 05.45 hrs o­n third day, i.e., Monday. This train will run from 7th April to 30th June, 2018.

The train will have AC III Tier, Sleeper Class and General Second Class coaches. The train will halt at Nadiad, Anand, Vadodara, Surat, Vapi, Boisar, Vasai Road, Kalyan, Lonavala, Pune, Daund, Solapur, Wadi, Yadgir, Raichur, Mantralayam Road, Adoni, Guntakal, Gooty, Tadipatri, Yerraguntla, Cuddapah, Razampeta, Koduru, Renigunta and Arakkonam stations in both directions. Train No. 06052 will halt at Perambur station.

The booking for Train No. 09724 & 09622 will be opened from 8thFebruary, 2018 and booking for Train No. 06052 will begin from 9thFebruary, 2018 with Advance Reservation Period of 120 days at all PRS counters and IRCTC website. 
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Mumbai Local Train Megablock on 11,February 2018

Central Railway will operate Mega Block on Main line and Harbour line for carrying out maintenance work on 11.02.2018

KALYAN DIVA UP FAST LINE FROM 11.15 AM TO 4.15 PM Up Fast line services leaving Kalyan from 10:54 am to 4:19 pm will be diverted on Up Slow line between Kalyan and Thane stations, halting at all stations and further rediverted on Up Fast line from Mulund halting at Mulund, Bhandup, Vikhroli, Ghatkopar, Kurla, Dadar and Byculla stations and arrive destination 15 minutes behind schedule.

All Dn fast line services leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus from 10:16 am to 3:22 pm will halt at Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Bhandup Mulund and Diva stations in addition to their respective scheduled halts and arrive destination 15 minutes behind schedule

PANVEL-NERUL UP AND DN HARBOUR LINE FROM 11.30 AM TO 4.30 PM

Up Harbour services for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai leaving PanvelBelapur from 11:06 am to 4:30 pm and Dn harbour line srvices for Panvel/Belapur leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai from 10:03 am to 3:39 pm will remain cancelled Up Trans harbour line services for Thane leaving Panvel fronm 1:02 am to 4:26 pm and Dn Trans harbour line services for Panvel leaving Thane from 11:14 am to 4:00 pm will remain cancelled. Panvel-Andheri services will remain cancelled during the block period.

.However, special services will be run on Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai-Nerul & Vashi during the block period
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7 February 2018

Hyderabad – Ernakulam – Hyderabad Special Train via-Guntur,Tirupati,Coimbatore from April to June, 2018

Train No. 07117 Hyderabad – Ernakulam Special Train will depart Hyderabad at 12.50 hrs o­n 4th ,11th , 18th& 25th April; 2nd , 9th , 16th, 23rd  & 30thMay; 6th, 13th, 20th & 27thJune, 2018 (Wednesdays) and arrive Ernakulam at 17.30 hrs o­n Thursdays.



In the return direction, Train No. 07118 Ernakulam – Hyderabad Special Train will depart Ernakulam at 21:45 hrs o­n 5th , 12th , 19th& 26th April; 3rd , 10th , 17th, 24th & 31st May; 7th , 14th , 21st & 28th June, 2018 (Thursdays) and arrive Hyderabad at 22:55 hrs o­n Fridays.



Enroute these special trains will also stop at Secunderabad, Nalgonda, Piduguralla, Guntur, Tenali, o­ngole, Nellore, Gudur, Renigunta, Tirupati, Chittoor, Katpadi, Jolarpettai, Salem, Erode, Tiruppur, Coimbatore, Palghat, Ottapalam, Thirsur and Aluva stations in both the directions.



            *These Special Trains will consist of AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class, General Second Class and Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.     
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Hyderabad – Raxaul – Hyderabad Special Trains via-Raipur,Ranchi,Gaya Special Trains April to June, 2018

Train No. 07005 Hyderabad – Raxaul Special Train will depart Hyderabad at 21.30 hrs, arrive / depart Secunderabad at 21.50/22.00 hrs o­n 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th April; 3rd , 10th, 17th , 24th & 31st May; 7th , 14th , 21st  and 28thJune,  2018 (Thursday) and arrive Raxaul at 17.30 hrs o­n the Second Day.



            In the return direction, Train No. 07006 Raxaul – Hyderabad Special Train will depart Raxaul at 01.30 hrs o­n 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th April; 6th, 13th , 20th & 27th May; 3rd , 10th , 17th & 24thJune; 1st July 2018 ( Sunday) , arrive / depart Secunderabad at 22.40/22.50 hrs and  arrive Hyderabad at 23.15 hrs o­n the next day.



            Enroute, these special trains will also stop at Kazipet, Mancherial, Sirpurkagazhnagar, Balharsha, Chandrapur, Nagpur ,Gondia, Durg, Raipur, Bilaspur, Jharsuguda, Rourkela, Ranchi, Muri, Bokaro Steel City, Gomoh, Parasnath, Koderma, Gaya, Nawadah, Kiul, Jamalpur, Sahibpur Kamal, Begusarai, Barauni, Samastipur, Darbhanga, Kamtaul, Janakpur Road, Sitamarhi and Bairgania stations in both the directions.



*These Special Trains will consist of AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class, General Second Class and Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.

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Secunderabad - Darbhanga – Secunderabad via-Raipur,Ranchi,Gaya Special Trains April to June, 2018

Train No. 07007 Secunderabad – Darbhanga Special Train will depart Secunderabad at 22.00 hrs o­n 3rd, 7th, 10th, 14th, 17th,  21st , 24th& 28th April;  1st, 5th , 8th, 12th, 15th, 19th, 22nd , 26th & 29th May; 2nd , 5th, 9th , 12th , 16th , 19th , 23rd, 26th &30th June,  2018 and arrive Darbhanga at 13.45 hrs o­n the Second Day.



            In the return direction, Train No. 07008 Darbhanga – Secunderabad Special Train will depart Darbhanga at 05.00 hrs o­n  6th, 10th, 13th, 17th, 20th, 24th& 27th April; 1st , 4th , 8th, 11th, 15th, 18th, 22nd , 25th& 29th May; 1st , 5th , 8th , 12th , 15th , 19th , 22nd , 26th& 29th June; 3rd July, 2018 and arrive Secunderabad at 22.10 hrs o­n the next day.



            Enroute, these special trains will stop at Kazipet, Ramagundam, Mancherial, Sirpurkagazhnagar, Balharsha, Gondia, Durg, Raipur, Bilaspur, Jharsuguda, Rourkela, Ranchi, Muri, Bokaro Steel City, Gomoh, Parasnath, Koderma, Gaya, Nawadah, Kiul, Jamalpur, Sahibpur Kamal, Begusarai, Barauni and Samastipur stations in both the directions.



*These Special Trains will consist of AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class, General Second Class and Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.
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Santragachi- Chennai Central-Satragachi Weekly Special Trains via Vijayawada March, 2018

Train No. 02841 Santragachi-Chennai Central Superfast Special Train will depart Santragachi at 12:40 hrs o­n 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th March, 2018 (Sundays) and arrive Chennai Central at 15:20 hrs o­n Mondays.



In the return direction, Train No. 02842 Chennai Central-Santragachi Special Train will depart Chennai Central at 18:20 hrs o­n  5th , 12th,  19th  &  26th March, 2018  (Mondays) and arrive Santragachi at 23:30 hrs o­n Tuesdays. 



Enroute these special trains will stop at Kharagpur, Bhadrak,  Cuttack, Bhubaneswar, Khurda Road, Vishakapatnam, Duvvada, Rajahmundry,  Vijayawada  and  Nellore  stations in both the directions.



These trains will have AC III Tier, Sleeper Class and Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.
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Mumbai CSMT - Chennai Central – Mumbai CSMT Special Trains April to June, 2018

Train No.01063 Mumbai CSMT - Chennai Central Special  Train will depart Mumbai CSMT at 11:30 hrs o­n 4th, 11th, 18th, 25thApril, 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th  May, 6th, 13th and  20th June, 2018 (Wednesdays) and arrive Chennai Central at 12:55 hrs o­n Thursdays.


Train No. 01064 Chennai Central – Mumbai CSMT Special Train will depart Chennai Central at 15:15 hrs o­n 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th April, 3nd, 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st  May, 7th, 14thand  21st  June, 2018 (Thursdays) and arrive Mumbai CSMT  at 16:30 hrs o­n Fridays.



Enroute these special trains will stop at Dadar, Thane, Kalyan, Lonavala, Pune, Daund, Solapur, Gulbarga, Wadi, Yadgir, Raichur, Mantralayam Road, Adoni, Guntakal, Gooty, Tadipatri, Yerraguntla, Cuddapah, Rajampet, Renigunta, Arakkonam and Perambur stations in both the directions.



 These trains will have AC III Tier and Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.
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Chennai Central – Ahmedabad – Chennai Central Special Trains Via-Guntakal,Vasai From April to June, 2018

Train No. 06051 Chennai Central - Ahmedabad Special Train will depart Chennai Central at 20:00 hrs on 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th April, 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th May, 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rdand  30th June, 2018 (Saturdays) and arrive Ahmedabad at 05:45 hrs o­n Mondays.



In the return direction, Train No. 06052 Ahmedabad – Chennai Central Special Train will depart Ahmedabad at 09:40 hrs o­n 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th April, 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th May, 4th, 11th, 18th, 25thJune, and 2nd July 2018 (Mondays)and arrive Chennai Central at 17:10 hrs o­n Tuesdays.



Enroute these special trains will stop at Perambur, Arakkonam, Renigunta, Koduru, Razampeta, Cuddapah, Yerraguntla, Tadipatri, Gooty, Guntakal, Adoni, Mantralayam Road, Raichur, Yadgir, Wadi,Solapur, Daund, Pune, Lonavala, Kalyan, Vasai Road, Boisar, Vapi, Surat, Vadodara, Anand and  Nadiad in both the directions.



These trains will have AC III Tier, Sleeper Class, General Second Class and Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.

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Improved Ticketing System in Railways

During recent years the following innovative measures have been taken with a view to facilitating passengers in getting tickets and also to boost up the earnings:-

(i) Introduction of Premium Tatkal Quota

(ii) Running of Special trains including Suvidha trains on higher fares.

(iii) Introduction of Flexi fare in Rajdhani, Shatabdi and Duronto trains.

(iv) Introduction of new trains like Gatimaan, Humsafar, Tejas, Antyodaya, Mahamana trains etc., with higher facilities and fares.

(v) Proliferation of e-ticketing system which now constitute around 65% of the total reserved tickets.

(vi) Provision of facility of booking reserved/ unreserved tickets through mobile phones.

(vii) Facility of issuing unreserved tickets through Automatic Ticket Vending Machines.

(viii) Engaging authorised agents like Yatri Ticket Suvidha Kendra Licensee (YTSKL), Jan Sadharan Ticket Booking Sewaks(JTBS), Station Ticket Booking Agents(STBA) & e-ticketing agents for issuing of reserved/unreserved tickets.

(ix) Rationalisation of computerised reservation system by providing facility of automatic preparation of first reservation charts at least four hours before scheduled departure of train and thereafter facility of booking available accommodation online as well as through computerised Passenger Reservation System(PRS) till preparation of second reservation charts.

 (x) Revision of Refund Rules, granting of automatic refund on e-tickets in case of cancellation of trains, cancellation of counter tickets online through Indian Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation(IRCTC) as well as through No. 139.

(xi) Facility of booking confirmed accommodation to foreign tourists in Executive Class/1st AC/2nd AC Class in all trains including Shatabdi, Rajdhani, Duronto, Gatimaan etc. through internet upto 365 days in advance.

Further, rationalisation of fare structure as well improvement in ticketing system based on technological advancement is an ongoing and continuous process.
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Indian Railway Pink Book Railways for 2018-19

Work, Machinery and Rolling Stock Programme of Railways for 2018-19
(Detailed Programme)
Ministry of Railways (Railway Board)

 

Central Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme

 
East Central Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme

 

Diesel Locomotive Works

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Eastern Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
East Coast Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Integral Coach FactoryWorks, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Northern Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
North Central Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Rail Wheel Factory

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme

 
North Eastern RailwayWorks, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
North Western Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Diesel Loco Modernisation Works

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Northeast Frontier Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme

South East Central Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Modern Coach Factory Rae Bareilly

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Southern Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme

 
South Western Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Railway ElectrificationWorks, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
South Central Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
West Central Railway

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Research, Design & Standards
Organisation

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South Eastern Railway

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Metro RailwayWorks, Machinery & Rolling Stock ProgrammeMetropolitan Transport Project,
Chennai


Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
 
Western Railway

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Chittaranjan Locomotive Works

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Railway Board

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme
Rail Coach Factory Kapurthala

Works, Machinery & Rolling Stock Programme

 
Rail Wheel Plant, Bela
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2018 Budgetary Allocation for South Central Railway

South Central Railway held a Press Conference at Rail Nilayam, Secunderabad. 6th February, 2018 to brief the media o¬n the budgetary allocations for South Central Railway towards infrastructure development. He highlighted the project-wise funds allocated for ongoing new railway line works, electrification, doubling / tripling of railway line projects, safety related works etc.

Shri John Thomas, Additional General Manager; Shri N. Madhusudana Rao, Principal Chief Operations Manager; Smt. Padmini Radhakrishnan, Principal Financial Adviser were amongst those present. Earlier, Shri M. Umashankar Kumar, Chief Public Relations Officer, SCR welcomed the Media.

Budgetary Allocations for South Central Railway

General Highlights:



The general highlights pertaining to Railways in the Union Budget presented on 1st February, 2018 are as follows:

 The investments in Railways is Rs 1,46,500 Cr in 2018-19 as against

Rs 53,989 Cr in 2013-14.

 Government has accorded highest priority to safety. The total expenditure planned on safety activities including Rashtriya Rail Samraksha Kosh (RRSK) is Rs. 73,065 cr in 2018-19 as against Rs. 68,725 cr 2017-18.

 It is proposed to provide Escalators at all stations with passenger footfall above 25,000.

 To enhance safety and security of passengers, Indian Railways will set up CCTV cameras across all stations and trains to enhance security.

 600 Stations are proposed to develop with world class facilities.




South Central Railway

South Central Railway has got a substantial budgetary allocation for the year 2018-19.

 With regard to Telangana, this year (2018-19), the Budget allocation is Rs. 1813 cr, which is 5% more than the allocation of Rs. 1729 cr. during the previous year 2017-18.

 With regard to Andhra Pradesh, this year (2018-19), the Budget allocation is Rs. 3670 cr, which is 8% more than the allocation of Rs. 3406 cr. during the previous year 2017-18.




The budget outlay for different heads of expenditure is –




 Towards infrastructure, SCR has been sanctioned a staggering amount of Rs 5752 Cr for the year 2018-19 which is more than last year.

 For new lines, the budgetary grant is Rs 1757.70 Cr.

 For doubling works, the budgetary grant is Rs 1653.62 Cr, as against Rs. 1270.87 Cr. in 2017-18, which is 30 % more.

 For traffic facilities, the budgetary grant is Rs 210.77 Cr, as against Rs. 111.34 Cr. in 2017-18, which is 89 % more.

 For passenger amenities, the budgetary grant is Rs 120.03 Cr, as against Rs. 67.77 Cr. in 2017-18, which is 77 % more.




New infrastructure projects Sanctioned




 Railway Electrification:

A total of 1,261 Route Kilometres (RKms) have been sanctioned for Electrification in 2018-19.

The new Sections sanctioned during 2018-19 are-

1. Lingampet Jagityal – Nizamabad: 95 RKms at a cost of Rs. 80.29 cr (Telangana)

2. Vikarabad – Parli Vaijnath: 269 RKms at a cost of Rs. 262.12 cr (Telangana, Karnataka & Maharashtra)

3. Pimpalkutti – Mudkhed and Parbhani – Parli Vaijnath: 246 RKms at a cost of Rs. 224.17 cr ( Telangana & Maharashtra)

4. Gadwal – Raichur: 57 RKms at a cost of Rs. 46.10 cr. (Telangana & Karnataka)

5. Tenali – Repalle: 34 RKms at a cost of Rs. 25.98 cr. (Andhra Pradesh)

6. Nandyal – Yerraguntla: 123 RKms at a cost of Rs. 111.48 cr (Andhra Pradesh)

7. Dharmavaram – Pakala: 228 RKms at a cost of Rs. 210.47 cr. (Andhra Pradesh)

8. Purna – Akola: 209 RKms at a cost of Rs. 211.58 cr. (Maharashtra)




Other Works Sanctioned




 Upgradation of Flash Butt Welding Plant at Moula Ali at a sanctioned cost of Rs. 7.71 cr.

 Augmentation facility for Periodic Over Hauling (POH) of LHB coaches at Tirupati at a sanctioned cost of Rs. 37 cr.

 Development of Minimum Essential Facilities for LHB coaches at Vijayawada and Machilipatnam at sanctioned cost of Rs. 6.50 cr.

 Augmentation of Wagon Depot Capacity for Routine Over-Hauling of Freight Wagons at Vijayawada at a sanctioned cost of Rs. 6.61 cr.

 Under Passenger Amenities, works on provision of Foot Over Bridges and High Level Platforms to be undertaken at a sanctioned cost of Rs. 450 cr. Budget outlay for the year 2018-19 is Rs. 72.62 cr.




New Railway Line Surveys sanctioned:




 Patancheru – Sangareddi - Jogipet – Medak: 95 Kms. (Telangana)

 Nizamabad – Nirmal – Adilabad : 125 Kms (Telangana)

 Manakondur – Huzurabad & Elkaturthi : 60 Kms (Telangana)

 By-Pass Line Construction: Total 221 Kms

1. Peddapalli – Kazipet (Telangana)

2. Parli Vaijnath – Ghatnandur (Maharashtra)

3. Latur Road – Parli Vaijnath (Maharashtra)

4. Khanapur – Parli Vaijnath (Karnataka & Maharashtra)

5. Vikarabad – Wadi (Telangana & Karnataka)

6. Pagidipalli – Bhongir (Telangana)

7. Bhongir – Shankarpalli (Telangana)

8. Kadapa – Guntakal – Bellary (Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka)

9. Vishnupuram – Janpahad (Telangana)

10. Nizamabad – Mudkhed – Parbhani (Telangana & Maharashtra)




 Survey for construction of Flyovers sanctioned: 44 Kms.

1. Mustabad – Kondapalli (Andhra Pradesh)

2. Guntakal West – Malappa Gate (Andhra Pradesh)




Special emphasis has been given towards Safety. The budget allocations for safety related works are –




 For Road over/under Bridges (Road Safety Works), the budgetary grant is Rs 400 Cr, as against Rs. 325.4 Cr. for 2017-18, which is 23 % more.

 In Andhra Pradesh, 12 new ROBs and 15 Road under bridges/Subways at a cost of Rs. 703 Cr with Railway share of Rs. 310 Cr and State share of Rs. 393 Cr have been sanctioned.

 In Telangana, 2 new ROBs and 9 Road under bridges/Subways at a cost of Rs. 195.37 Cr with Railway share of Rs. 73.14 Cr and State share of Rs. 122.22 Cr have been sanctioned.

 For Bridges, the budgetary grant is Rs 44.76 Cr. in this year, as against Rs. 30.96 Cr. for 2017-18, which is 45 % more.

 To enhance safety at Level Crossings, an amount of Rs 72.32 Cr has been allotted, as against Rs. 69.53 Cr. for 2017-18, which is 4 % more.

This year, to improve safety at busy Level Crossing gates, Inter-locking works are sanctioned at 12 LC gates.

 For Track Renewals, the budgetary grant is Rs 800 Cr, as against Rs. 604.7 Cr. in 2017-18, which is 32 % more.

This year, in addition to the already sanctioned complete track renewal works. New complete track renewal works have been sanctioned for 41 Sections.

 Rs. 51.51 Cr is allotted for Traction Distribution work, as against Rs. 37.58 Cr. in 2017-18, which is 37 % more.

 Rs. 14.93 Cr has been allotted for Training and HRD as against Rs. 7.1 Cr during last year which is 110 % higher.




Budgetary Allocations for important ongoing projects in the budget:




The last mile projects:

 Rs. 130 Cr allotted for Akkannapet – Medak new line project (Telangana). The project was sanctioned in the year 2012-13 for a distance of 17 Kms. 50% of the project cost would be shared by the Govt of Telangana with land free of cost. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 45 Cr. The project is targeted for completion during 2018-19.

 Rs. 200 Cr allotted for Obulavaripalle – Krishnapatnam new line project (Andhra Pradesh). The project was sanctioned in the year 2005-06 for a distance of 113 Kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 733 Cr. The section between Krishnapatnam – Venkatachalam for a distance of 20 Kms commissioned and it is targeted to complete Venkatachalam - Obulavaripalem section for a distance of 93 Kms in 2018-19. With that the entire section will be completed.

 Rs. 80 Cr allotted for Mudkhed – Parbhani doubling project (Maharashtra). The doubling project was sanctioned in the year 2011-12 for a distance of 81 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 391 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 244 Cr. The section between Parbhani – Mirkhel for a distance of 17 Kms commissioned in 2017-18 and it is targeted to complete the sections between Mudkhed – Mugat and Limbgaon – Nanded for a distance of 22 Kms by the end of 2017-18. The balance portion of 42 Kms will be completed by 2018-19.

 Rs. 40 Cr allotted for Guntur – Tenali doubling project (Andhra Pradesh) . The doubling project was sanctioned in the year 2011-12 for a distance of 24 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 147 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 118 Cr. Targeted for completion in 2018-19.

 MMTS Phase II project was sanctioned in the year 2012-13 with the estimated cost Rs. 817 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 470 Cr. The sections between Telapur – Ramachandrapuram for 5.75 Kms and Moula Ali – Ghatkesar for 12.2 Kms are targeted to complete by this financial year. The works in the remaining stretch is in progress except airport connectivity. The project is targeted for completion in 2018-19. The Railway portion of Money has already been spent and funds are expected from State Government.

This high allocation will enable in completing the above five projects in all respects.




Budgetary Allocations for other ongoing projects.




 Rs. 125 Cr allotted for Manoharabad–Kothapalli new line project (Telangana). The project was sanctioned in the year 2006-07 for a distance of 150 Kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 1160 Cr. The expenditure incurred for this project in the last 3 years is Rs. 18 Cr. The first phase of the project from Manoharabad – Gajwel for a distance of 32 kms is targeted for completion in 2018-19.

 Rs. 275 Cr allotted for Munirabad–Mahabubnagar new line project (Telangana). The project was sanctioned in the year 1997-98 for a distance of 246 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 645 Cr. Out of 246 Kms, 66 kms fall under the jurisdiction of Telangana State and the remaining portion belongs to Karnataka State. The works for the same are in progress and

29 Km of new line in Devarakadra – Jaklair section was completed and commissioned for train operations on 25th March 2017. 172 acres of land is yet to be handed over to Railways. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 404 Cr.

 Rs. 120 Cr allotted for Bhadrachallam – Sattupalli new line project (Telangana) . The project was sanctioned in the year 2010-11 for a distance of 56 Kms with an estimated cost of Rs 704 Cr. The project has been taken up jointly by Railways and Singareni Colleries. It is targeted to complete the project within 2 years once the land acquisition is completed which is under progress. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 70 Cr.

 Rs. 301 Cr allotted for Kazipet – Balharshah 3rd line project (Telangana and Maharashtra) . The 3rd Line project sanctioned in the year 2015-16 for a distance of 202 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 2063 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 79 Cr. The sections between Sirpur Khagaznagar to Makudi and Raghavapuram to Jammikunta for a length of 77 kms are planned for completion in 2018-19.

 Rs. 420 Cr allotted for Nadikudi–Srikalahasti new line project (Andhra Pradesh). The project was sanctioned in the year 2011-12 for a distance of 309 Kms with an estimated cost of Rs.2289 Cr. 50% of the project cost would be shared by the Govt. of AP with land free of cost. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 199 Cr. Under Phase 1, the works from Piduguralla to Savalyapuram for a distance of 46 kms is in progress and it is targeted to complete the new line from Piduguralla to Rompicherla for a distance of 28 Kms by March 2018. And the balance section of 17 kms is targeted in the next financial year 2018-19.

 Rs. 175 Cr allotted for Kadapa – Bengaluru new line project (Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka). The project was sanctioned in the year 2008-09 for a distance of 255 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 2030 Cr. Length in SCR under Andhra Pradesh Jurisdiction is 205 kms and the balance in SWR under Karnataka is 50.40 kms. 50% of the project cost is contributed by the Govt. of AP for the SCR portion. The project is taken up in 4 phases in SCR jurisdiction and 1 phase in SWR jurisdiction. The first stretch from Kadapa–Pendlimarri for a distance of 21 Km is completed and commissioned in April 2017. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 160 Cr.




 Rs. 10 Cr allotted for Vijayawada – Guntur Via Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh) new line project. The project was sanctioned in the year 2017-18 for a distance of 106 Kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 2680 Cr. Detailed project report along with estimated cost of Rs. 3272 Cr submitted to Railway Board in November 2017.

 Rs. 76.52 Cr allotted for Guntakal – Kalluru doubling project (Andhra Pradesh). The doubling project was sanctioned in the year 2015-16 for a distance of 40.60 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 323 Cr. The section between Khaderpet to Gulapalayamu for a distance of 21.54 kms is targeted for completion in February 2018. The balance section from Guntakal to Gulapalyamu and Kalluru to Khaderpet is planned for commissioning in 2018-19. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 73 Cr.

 Rs. 200 Cr allotted for Guntur – Guntakal doubling project (Andhra Pradesh). The doubling project was sanctioned in the year 2016-17 for a distance of 443 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 3631 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project in the current fiscal till December 2017 is Rs. 16 Cr. The sections between Nallapadu – Satalur and Pendekallu – Dhone for a length of 55 kms are targeted for completion in 2018-19.

 Rs. 200 Cr allotted for Vijayawada–Bhimavaram–Nidadavolu doubling and electrification (Andhra Pradesh) . The doubling project was sanctioned in the year 2011-12 for a distance of 221 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 1504 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 504 Cr. Section from Moturu – Kaikaluru for a distance of 30 Kms is targeted to complete in 2018-19.

 Rs. 200 Cr allotted for Kotipalli–Narsapur new line project (Andhra Pradesh) . The project was sanctioned in the year 2000-01 for a distance of 57 Kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 2120 Cr. 25% of the project cost would be shared by the Govt of AP. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 246 Cr.




 Rs. 250 Cr allotted for Secunderabad – Mahbubnagar doubling project. (Telangana) The doubling project was sanctioned in the year 2015-16 for a distance of 85 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 728 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 2 years is Rs. 36 Cr. Earth and bridge works are in progress between Jadcherla – Divtipalli.

 Rs. 76 Cr allotted for Gooty – Dharmavaram doubling project. (Andhra Pradesh). The doubling project was sanctioned in the year 2015-16 for a distance of 90 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 636 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 2 years is Rs. 106 Cr. The sections between Gooty – Turkapalli and Dharmavaram – Chingicherla is targeted to complete in 2018-19.

 Rs. 60 Cr allotted for Kazipet – Vijayawada 3rd line project (Andhra Pradesh and Telangana). The 3rd Line project was sanctioned in the year 2013-14 for a distance of 219 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 1857 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 3 years is Rs. 167 Cr. The section between Vijayawada to Kondapalli for a distance of 17.5 Kms is targeted to complete in 2018-19.

 Rs. 250 Cr allotted for Vijayawada – Gudur 3rd line project (Andhra Pradesh). The 3rd Line project was sanctioned in the year 2015-16 for a distance of 287 kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 3246 Cr. The expenditure incurred on this project during the last 2 years is Rs. 10 Cr.

 In addition Rs. 21.25 Cr has been allotted for Ghatkesar – Yadadri extension MMTS phase-II. (Telangana) Sanctioned in the year 2016-17 for a distance of 33 Kms with an estimated cost of Rs. 330 Cr. Detailed estimate has been sanctioned and tenders will be opened in February 2018.

 Rs. 30.80 Cr allotted for construction of Bye Pass lines at Vijayawada(19.5 Kms), Kazipet (10.65 Kms), Renigunta(9.6 Kms), Wadi (7.6 Kms) and Gooty (3.8 Kms). (Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Maharashtra)

 Rs. 5 Cr allotted for development of Satellite terminal at Cherlapalli Station. (Telangana)

 Budget Outlay for the year 2018-19 for Periodic Over-Hauling Workshop at Kazipet – Rs. 200 cr.

 Budget outlay for the year 2018-19 for Midlife Rehabilitation factory at Kurnool – Rs. 58.17 cr.

 Budget outlay for the year 2018-19 for Development of Second Entry at Tirupati Railway Station - Rs. 7.95 cr.

 Budget outlay for the year 2018-19 for Setting up of Institute of Railway Finance Management, Moula Ali - Rs. 5 cr.

 Rs. 10 Cr allotted for development of Tiruchanur Railway Station. (Andhra Pradesh)

 Rs. 26.50 Cr allotted for electrification works of Nallapadu – Guntakal project. 367 Kms of electrification works between Nallapadu – Diguvametta, Guntakal – Dhone– Panyam & Gooty - Pendekallu sections of Nallapadu – Guntakal project completed. Works in Panyam - Diguvametta are targeted to complete in 2017-18.

 Rs. 15 Cr allotted for electrification works between Guntakal – Kalluru for a distance of 41 Kms, which is targeted to complete in 2018-19.

 Rs. 291.75 Cr allotted for electrification works between Nallapadu – Pagidipalli . The Electrification works between Nallapadu – Reddigudem for distance of 50 Kms is targeted to complete in 2017-18 and the remaining section from Reddigudem – Pagidipalli is targeted to complete in 2018-19.

 Rs. 33.31 Cr allotted for electrification works between Peddapalli – Lingampet Jagityal for a distance of 83 Kms, which is targeted to complete in 2018-19.

 Rs. 115 Cr allotted for electrification works between Manmad – Mudkhed – Dhone for 783 Kms.

 Rs. 50 Cr allotted for electrification works between Guntakal – Bellary for 48.6 Kms.

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Summer Special Trains between Secunderabad - Darbhanga,Hyderabad - Raxaul & Hyderabad - Ernakulam

SCR will run 104 special trains between Secunderabad – Darbhanga, Hyderabad – Raxaul & Hyderabad – Ernakulam as detailed below:-

1. Secunderabad - Darbhanga – Secunderabad Special Trains (52 Services) :-

Accordingly, Train No. 07007 Secunderabad – Darbhanga Special Train will depart Secunderabad at 22.00 hrs on 3rd, 7th, 10th, 14th, 17th, 21st , 24th & 28th April; 1st , 5th , 8th, 12th, 15th, 19th, 22nd , 26th & 29th May; 2nd , 5th , 9th , 12th , 16th , 19th , 23rd , 26th &30th June, 2018 and arrive Darbhanga at 13.45 hrs on the Second Day.

In the return direction, Train No. 07008 Darbhanga – Secunderabad Special Train will depart Darbhanga at 05.00 hrs on 6th, 10th, 13th, 17th, 20th, 24th & 27th April; 1st , 4th , 8th, 11th, 15th, 18th, 22nd , 25th & 29th May; 1st , 5th , 8th , 12th , 15th , 19th , 22nd , 26th & 29th June; 3rd July, 2018 and arrive Secunderabad at 22.10 hrs on the next day.

Enroute, these special trains will stop at Kazipet, Ramagundam, Mancherial, Sirpurkagazhnagar, Balharsha, Gondia, Durg, Raipur, Bilaspur, Jharsuguda, Rourkela, Ranchi, Muri, Bokaro Steel City, Gomoh, Parasnath, Koderma, Gaya, Nawadah, Kiul, Jamalpur, Sahibpur Kamal, Begusarai, Barauni and Samastipur stations in both the directions.

*These Special Trains will consist of AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class, General Second Class and Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.

2. Hyderabad – Raxaul – Hyderabad Special Trains (26 Services):-

Accordingly, Train No. 07005 Hyderabad – Raxaul Special Train will depart Hyderabad at 21.30 hrs, arrive / depart Secunderabad at 21.50/22.00 hrs on 5th, 12th , 19th & 26th April; 3rd , 10th , 17th , 24th & 31st May; 7th , 14th , 21st and 28th June, 2018 (Thursday) and arrive Raxaul at 17.30 hrs on the Second Day.

In the return direction, Train No. 07006 Raxaul – Hyderabad Special Train will depart Raxaul at 01.30 hrs on 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th April; 6th, 13th , 20th & 27th May; 3rd , 10th , 17th & 24th June; 1st July 2018 ( Sunday) , arrive / depart Secunderabad at 22.40/22.50 hrs and arrive Hyderabad at 23.15 hrs on the next day.

Enroute, these special trains will also stop at Kazipet, Mancherial, Sirpurkagazhnagar, Balharsha, Chandrapur, Nagpur ,Gondia, Durg, Raipur, Bilaspur, Jharsuguda, Rourkela, Ranchi, Muri, Bokaro Steel City, Gomoh, Parasnath, Koderma, Gaya, Nawadah, Kiul, Jamalpur, Sahibpur Kamal, Begusarai, Barauni, Samastipur, Darbhanga, Kamtaul, Janakpur Road, Sitamarhi and Bairgania stations in both the directions.

*These Special Trains will consist of AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class, General Second Class and Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.

3. Hyderabad – Ernakulam – Hyderabad Special Train (26 Services):-

Train No. 07117 Hyderabad – Ernakulam Special Train will depart Hyderabad at 12.50 hrs on 4th ,11th , 18th & 25th April; 2nd , 9th , 16th, 23rd & 30th May; 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th June, 2018 (Wednesdays) and arrive Ernakulam at 17.30 hrs on Thursdays.

In the return direction, Train No. 07118 Ernakulam – Hyderabad Special Train will depart Ernakulam at 21:45 hrs on 5th , 12th , 19th & 26th April; 3rd , 10th , 17th , 24th & 31st May; 7th , 14th , 21st & 28th June, 2018 (Thursdays) and arrive Hyderabad at 22:55 hrs on Fridays.

Enroute these special trains will also stop at Secunderabad, Nalgonda, Piduguralla, Guntur, Tenali, Ongole, Nellore, Gudur, Renigunta, Tirupati, Chittoor, Katpadi, Jolarpettai, Salem, Erode, Tiruppur, Coimbatore, Palghat, Ottapalam, Thirsur and Aluva stations in both the directions.

*These Special Trains will consist of AC II Tier, AC III Tier, Sleeper Class, General Second Class and Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.
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RAILWAY BUDGET-2018 HIGHLIGHTS FOR SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

After tabling of Summary of Works and Grants in Parliament the details of budget allocation and work sanctioned was available to Railway. Today Shri A.K. GUPTA, General Manager, South Western Railway  has conducted press Conference and shared the details of work sanctioned to SWR &allocation of funds to SWR. In the current year Rs. 3353 Crore is sanctioned as against Rs. 3174 Crore last year.  He was sharing the Union budget announcements with the media at Rail Soudha, Hubballi. Shri B.B. Singh, Additional General Manager; Shri G.J. Prasad, Principal Chief Operations Manager; Shri K. Shiva Prasad, Chief Commercial Manager; Shri Rajiv Kumar, Principal Chief Electrical Engineer; Shri D.L. Chowdhry, Principal Chief Mechanical Engineer; and other senior officers were present in conference. 



The details of funds allocation and various projects sanctioned to South Western Railway as follows:-

ACHIEVEMENTS OF RAILWAYS IN KARNATAKA



252 Km of New Railway line completed–

Including 2 long pending works of

Connecting Bengaluru with Hassan via Shravanabelagola

And Gulbarga to Bidar (2 important cities in North Karnataka)

277 Km of doubling completed including three major sections

Bengaluru - Mysuru

Guntakal - Wadi

665 Km of  track electrified

Yelahanka-Dharmavaram

In last 5 years Budget outlay has been made four times

All important lines in Karnataka are being doubled and Electrified  including Bengaluru-  Mumbai ,Bengaluru -Hyderabad routes

88 new trains introduced including Humsafar  and trains with modern LHB coaches

State of the art Manufacture facility for Bogies at Yadgir

MEMU shed in Bengaluru

All unmanned LC gates being eliminated

339  Road Over Bridges &Road Under Bridges constructed

Passenger amenities at stations improved in a big way by providing   escalators and  lifts , improved station buildings, platforms, better catering facilities etc. Rs. 165 Cr. booked in last 3 years.

Big impetus to Swachh Bharat Abhiyan by Railways adopting bio toilets, o­n Board House Keeping Services etc.

Towards Green India

Solar energy being harnessed in a big way

LED fittings will be provided at all stations by Mar.2018



NEW WORKS APPROVED  IN THE BUDGET 2018-19


  • Suburban for Bengaluru

SL
Name of Project
Length (Km)
Cost 
(Rs. Cr)
1
Bengaluru Suburban-Construction of elevated/at grade corridors for augmentation of line capacity
142
12,000
  • Doubling

SL
Name of Project
Length (Km)
Cost 
(Rs. Cr)
1
Doubling between Baiyyappannahalli to Hosur
48
375.67
2
Doubling between Yesvantpur to Channasandra
21.7
169.65
3
Doubling Pennukonda to Dharmavarm excl. Dharmavaram
41.5
294.67
Total
212.54
840 Cr

  • Electrification works


SL
No.
Name of Project
Rkm
Total Cost
(Rs. Cr)
1.
Hospet-Swamihalli
59
61.81
2.
Birur-Talguppa
161
151.99
3.
Mysuru- Hassan-Mangalore
(incl. Arsikere –Hassan)
347
315.81
4.
Mysuru-Chamarajanagar
61
56.71
5.
Kadur-Chikmaglur
46
39.74
6.
Chikbanavar-Hasan
166
155.17
7.
Bangarpet-Yelehanka
149
138.21
Total
989
919.44

Survey

Sl. No.
Name of Project
Length
(Km
Cost
(Rs. Cr)
1
Gadag-Krishnar via Kotumachagi, Naregal, Gajendragada, Hanumasagar, Ilkal & Lingasur
216
0.54
2
4 Nos. Flyovers at Chandargao-Cansaulim, Salem-Channasandra, Salem-Baiyyappanahalli & Krishnarajpuram-Channasandra
88
0.44

  • New ROB/RUBs/Subways Sanctioned

No. of ROBs
No. of RUBs/ Subway
Total
Total Cost(In Rs. Crore)
5
23
28
131.89

  • PH-30- ROB PROPOSALS

NAME OF WORK
Penukonda-SatyaSaiPrasahanti Nilayam –Dharmavaram :- RUBs & ROBs in lieu of 3 LCs (LC No. PD1-LROB, PD2-LHS & PD6-LROB) in
Hubballi- Hosapete Section : Proposed construction of ROB in lieu of LC No.66 between Koppal & Ginigera stations (1x36m bowstring girder )
Proposed construction of ROB in lieu of LC No 72 between Ginigera-Munirabad station
Hubli Division  -  Proposed construction of ROB in lieu of LC No.79 between Munirabad & Hosapete

  • PH-30- RUB/Subway

Bengaluru- Division:- RUBs & ROBs in lieu of 4 LCs (LC No. 74,87,97 &107) in Baiyyappanahalli section (All Subways)
Bengaluru Division:- RUBs in lieu of 4 LCs (LC No. 11 of Bangarpet-Marikuppam & LC No. 111,113,114 of Yelahanka –Bangarapet Section)
Londa-Miraj section : Proposed construction of Limited height subway of size 4.50mx5.0m in lieu of LC No 332,443,457,459 by RH girder method
Arsikere-Harihar section .: Elimination of Manned LC No. 135  , 139 , 160 & 164  by construction of Subway
Chikjajur –Rayadurg section : Elimination of Manned LC No.43,56,66 & 86 by construction of subway
Arsikere-Harihar section:  Elimination of  LC No. 106 & 116  by construction of Subway
Other important works approved in budget 2018-19

Sl. No.
Name of work
Cost in Rs. Cr.
Traffic facilities
1
South Western Railway - New works for development of coaching terminal, automatic signalling, yard remodelling & addl loop / stabling / running lines
250.0
2
Naganahalli - Development of satellite terminal
789.3
Passenger amenities
3
South Western Railway - Provision of foot over bridges and/or high level platforms at stations as per requirement
400.0
4
South Western Railway - Soft upgrades improvements at stations
125.0
Work Shop
5
Hubli - Linke Hofmann Busch coach periodical overhauling facility, documentation & work centre with staff facilities & expansion of DV & RB section
33.9
6
Mysore - Augmentation of coaching facilities for intermediate overhauling maintenance (Phase-2)
18.1
7
Yeshvanthpur  (Coaching Depot) improvement of coach maintenance activities
3.9
8
Yeshwantpur  -  Manufacturing,  supply  &  commissioning  of  pre-fabricated all weather covered shed for pit lines 1-4
15.2
9
Krishnarajapuram - Homing of electric locomotives in diesel shed &infrastructure requirement
10.8
Signalling and telecommunication
10
Castle Rock-Kulem - Tunnel radio system
8.1
11
Hubli-Alnavar - Replacement of quad cable
2.7
12
Penukonda-Dharmavaram - 2nd distant signal arrangements o­n B route incl. level crossings gates via Nagasamudram & Sri Satya Sai Prasanthi Nilayam
4.6
13
Mysore Division - Block proving axle counter high availability single section digital axle counter (7 sections)
2.9
14
Hubli Division - Provision of BPAC (5 sections) & dual detection (22  blocks)
7.2
15
Hubli Division - Earth leakage detector (70 stations) & fuse auto changeover system (114 stations/cabins)
4.7
16
Bangalore Division - Smoke & fire detection and fire extinguisher (59 stations)
4.0
17
Hubli - Smoke & fire detection and fire extinguisher system (107-stations) & provision of smoke, fire suppression system at Hubli West cabin
5.6
Track renewals
18
Bangalore city-Jolarpettai (UP) - TRR(P) - 4.80 Km
4.5
19
Tumakuru-Arsikere Jn.(SL) - CTR(P) - 24.28 km
47.9
20
Yesvantpur Jn.-Yelahanka Jn.(SL) - CTR (P) - 1.90 Km
3.7
21
Bengaluru-Mysore - CTR (P) - 13.38 Km
26.4
22
Hosapete jn-Ballari Jn. - CTR(S) - 11.0 KM & Londa Jn-Vasco-Da-Gama - CTR(S) - 10.40 KM
32.6
23
Gadag Jn.-Hosapete jn(DN) - CTR(P) - 5.90 Km.
11.6
24
Bengaluru-Jolarpettai - CTR(P) - 3.45 kms
6.8
25
Bengaluru-Jolarpettai Jn.(DN) - CTR(P) - 10.33 Km
20.4
26
Bangalore city-Jolarpettai (DN) - CTR(P) - 22.80 kms
44.9
27
Hubballi jn-Gadag Jn.(SL) - CTR(P) - 27 Km.
53.2
28
Mysuru Jn.-Chamarajanagar - TRR(S) - 7.50 km
5.3
29
Bangalore city-Dharmavaram - TRR(S) - 9.086 Km
6.4
30
Londa Jn.-Vasco-Da-Gama(SL) - TRR(P) - 5.00 KM & CTR(P) - 9.30 km
22.6
31
Tumakuru-Arsikere Jn. - TRR (P) - 41.82 km
39.4
32
Arsikere Jn.-Hubballi jn (UP) - TRR(P) - 7.73 km
7.3
33
Arsikere Jn.-Hubballi jn (UP) - TRR(P) - 8.343 km
7.9
34
Londa Jn.-Miraj Jn(SL) - Through Ballast Renewal - 113.50 km
26.0
35
Badami-Vijayapura (SL) - Through Ballast Renewal - 102.89 Km
23.6
36
Bengaluru-Salem(SL) – Through Weld Renewal - 16.20 kms
4.0
37
Ballari Jn.-Tornagallu – Through Ballast Renewal - 15.50 KM
3.6
38
Bengaluru-Tumkur - Through Ballast Renewal - 40.50 km
9.3
*TBR-Through Ballast Renewal
*TWR-Through Weld Renewal
Bridge works
39
Bangalore Division - Repl. of steel girders (9 bridges)
8.2
40
Bangalore Division - Repl. of stone slab bridges & minor girder
bridges (30 bridges
4.7
41
Mysore Division - Repl. of steel girders (Bridge No.138/B, 92, 33 & 119/A)
2.7
42
Hubli Division - Repl. of steel girders with precast PSC slabs (Bridge No.13, 21 & 45)
2.8
43
Bangalore Division - Repl. of stone slab bridges & minor girder bridges (19 Nos)
6.8
44
Mysore Division - Repl. of steel girders with PSC slabs (Bridge No.111, 244 & 15/A)
9.8
45
Bangalore Division - Repl. of steel girders o­n span bridges (11 bridges)
11.7
46
Londa-Miraj - Rebuilding (Bridge No.55, 58, 93 & 104) & Londa- Vasco (Bridge No.228)
2.7
Other Specified Works
47
Bengaluru-Construction of RPSF Barrack
3.1
48
Bangalore Division - Remote terminal units at inter locked level crossings gates (100 nos)
2.7
ROB/RUB
49
Construction of road over/under bridges in South Western Railway
100.0

  1. SWR - - Plan Head wise Outlay 2017-18

Financial Year
2017-18
2018-19
Plan Head
BG (in Rs.Cr.)
11. New Lines
331.80
420.65 (Excl EBR-IF)
31.Track Renewals
386.01
474.00
41. Machinery &Plant
10.69
18.54
42. Workshop & Prod Units
30.00
34.04
53. Passenger Amenities
39.59
69.39
Extra Budget Resource –Institutional Finance
585.00
731.00
Grand Total(Incl. all plan heads
3174
3353

  • 6 % increase over last year
  • And around 50 % increase over expected capital expenditure this year OUTLAY OF IMPORTANT PROJECTS
    Rs.716 CR. For new lines and Rs. 984 Cr. For doubling

S. No.
New Lines -
Budget Outlay
(Rs. In Cr)
1
Kottur-Harihar via Harpanhalli (65 km)
3
2
Kadur-Chickmagalur-Sakleshpur (93 km)
60
3
Hassan-Bangalore via Shravanabelgola (166 km)
40
4
Hubli-Ankola (167 km)
20
5
Bangalore-Satyamangalam (260 km)
0.5
6
Rayadurg-Tumkur via Kalyandurg (213 km)
221
7
Bagalkot-Kudachi (142 km)
35
8
Tumkur-Chitradurg-Davangere (199.7 km)
135
9
Whitefield-Kolar (52.9 km)
0.25
10
Shimoga-Harihar (78.66 km)
1.1
11
Marikuppam-Kuppam (23.7 km)
55
12
Chickballapur - Puttaparthy - Sri Satya Sai Nilyam (103 km)
0.1
13
Gadag - Wadi (252 km)
145
14
Srinivasapura - Madanapalli (75 km)
0.1
15
Chickballapur - Gowribidanur (44 km)
0.1
16
Gadag-Yalvigi (58 km)
0.6
Total
716.75


Sl. No.
Doubling
Budget Outlay
(Rs. In Cr)
1
Bangalore-Whitefield-Bangalore City-Krishnarajapuram (23.08 km) - Quadruplin
6
2
Ramanagaram-Mysore (91.5 km) with electrification of KengeriMysore
8.05
3
Yelahanka-Chennasandra - Doubling with overhead equipment (12.89 km)
5
4
Hosadurga Road-Chikjajur - Patch doubling (28.89 km)
5
5
Hospet-Hubli-Londa-Tinaighat-Vasco da Gama (352.28 km)
80
6
Toranagallu - Ranjithpura (22.9 km)
0.1
7
Hotgi-Kudgi-Gadag (284 km)
400
8
Yalahanka-Penukonda (120.53 km)
120
9
Hubli - Chikjajur (190 km)
250
10
Arsikere - Tumkur (96 km)
100
11
Birur - Shimoga (60 km)
10
Total
 984.15
                        New Works
12
Yeshvanthpur-Channasandra (21.7 km
0.1
13
Baiyyappanahalli-Hosur (48 km)
0.1
14
Penukonda-Dharmavaram, excl. Dharmavaram (41.5 km)
0.1
New Works -Total
 03
                     Grand Total
 984.45
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