Mar 28, 2014

Special train to Jammutavi and bhiwani

To clear extra rush during summer vacations, Western Railway will run following Summer Special trains.

·Bandra (T) – Jammu Tavi -Andheri Weekly Super Fast Special train (26 services)

Train No. 09021 Bandra (T) – Jammu Tavi Super Fast Weekly Special train will depart from Bandra (T ) at 05.10 hrs o­n every Monday and reach at Jammu Tavi 15.25 hrs. o­n Tuesday. This train will run from 7th April to 30th June, 2014.

Similarly, Train No. 09022 Jammu Tavi - Andheri Super Fast Weekly Special train will depart from Jammu Tavi at 05.00 hrs o­n every Wednesday and reach Andheri at 13.40 hrs. o­n Thursday. This train will run from 9th April to 2nd July, 2014. In return direction, this train will terminate at Andheri.

The train will halt at Borivali, Boisar, Vapi, Surat , Bharuch, Vadodara, Godhara, Dahod, Ratlam, Kota, Sawai Madhopur, Gangapur City, Hindaun City, Bharatpur, Mathura Jn., Tughlakabad, Panipat, Ambala Cantt., Ludhiana, Jalandhar Cantt. and Pathankot Cantt. in both directions.

The train will have AC II Tier, AC III tier, Sleeper Class and General II class coaches.
Ahmedabad –Bhiwani Jn. Biweekly Special Train (16 services)

Train No. 09413 Ahmedabad–Bhiwani Jn. Biweekly Special train will depart from Ahmedabad at 06.05 hrs o­n every Monday and Thurasday and reach Bhiwani Jn. at 00.25 hrs. the next day from 3rd April to 28th April, 2014.

Similarly, Train No. 09414 Bhiwani Jn.-Ahmedabad Biweekly Special train will depart from Bhiwani Jn. at 03.55 hrs o­n every Tuesday and Friday and reach Ahmedabad at 23.10 hrs. o­n same day from 4th April to 29th April, 2014.

The train will halt at Sabarmati, Mahesana, Unjha, Siddhpur, Palanpur, Abu Road, Sirohi Road, Jawai Bandh, Falna, Rani, Marwar, Sojat Road, Beawar, Ajmer, Kishangarh, Naraina, Phulera, Renwal, Ringas, Shri Madhopur, Nim Ka Thana, Dabla, Narnaul, Rewari & Charkhi Dadri stations in both the directions.

The train will have General II class seating coaches.

Booking for Train Nos 09021 09413 will open from 27th March, 2014.
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(Sharat Chandrayan)
Chief Public Relations Officer


 Central Railway has decided to run 2 special trains between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai – Madgaon to clear the extra rush of passengers during Gudi Padva festival.

The details are as under:

01005/01006 Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai – Madgaon special (2)

Train No. 01005 Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Maumbai – Madgaon Special will leave CST Mumbai at 00.20 hrs o­n Saturday 29.3.2014 (midnight of Friday/Saturaday) and will arrive Madgaon at 12.40 hrs same day.

Train No. 01006 Madgaon – Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai Special will leave Madgaon at 13.30 hrs o­n Saturday 29.3.2014 and will arrive Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai at 23.55 hrs same day.

Halts:Dadar, Thane, Panvel, Roha, Khed, Chiplun, Sangameshwar, Ratnagiri, Rajapur, Kankavli, Kudal, Sawantwadi and Thivim.

Composition:One AC first cum AC-2 tier, o­ne AC-2 Tier, 2 AC-3 Tier, 12 Sleeper class, 5 General second class and 2 General second class cum guard’s brake vans.

Reservation:Bookings for 01005 and 01006 will be opened at all PRS o­n 27.3.2014.

Source -This new comes to you from Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai.



Central Railway will augment following express trains by o­ne AC-3 tier coach o­n permanent basis for the benefit of passengers. The details are as under-

1. 11069 / 11070 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Allahabad Express will be augmented from 30.3.2014 Ex LTT and from 31.3.2014 Ex Allahabad.

2. 12145 / 12146 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Puri Express will be augmented from 30.3.2014 Ex LTT and from 1.4.2014 Ex Puri.

3. 11043 / 11044 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus - Madurai Express will be augmented from 28.3.2014 Ex LTT and from 29.3.2014 Ex Madurai.

4. 11096 / 11095 Pune – Ahmedabad Ahimsa Express will be augmented from 2.4.2014 Ex Pune and from 3.4.2014 Ex Ahmedabad.

5. 11092 / 11091 Pune – Bhuj Express will be augmented from 31.3.2014 Ex Pune and from 2.4.2014 Ex Bhuj.

6. 12103 / 12104 Pune – Lucknow Jn. Express will be augmented from 28.3.2014 Ex Pune and from 30.3.2014 Ex Lucknow Jn.

7.11089 / 11090 Pune – Jodhpur Express will be augmented from 30.3.2014 Ex Pune and from 1.4.2014 Ex Jodhpur.

8.11088 / 11087 Pune – Veraval Express (via- Ahmedabad) will be augmented from 27.3.2014 Ex Pune and from 29.3.2014 Ex Veraval.

Wait listed Passengers of above trains are requested to please note the augmentation and check their reservation status before commencement of journey.

Source -This news comes to you from Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai.



Central Railway has decided to run 26 weekly special trains between Lokmanya Tilak Terminus and Patna to clear the extra rush of passengers during summer season.

The details are as under: 

02053/02054 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Patna weekly specials (26)

02053 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Patna weekly special train will leave LTT at 07.50 hrs o­n every Wednesday from 2.4.2014 to 25.6.2014 (13 trips) and arrive Patna at 10.40 hrs next day.

02054 Patna – Lokmanya Tilak Terminus weekly special train will leave Patna at 13.00 hrs o­n every Thursday from 3.4.2014 to 26.6.2014 (13 trips) and arrive LTT at 15.50 hrs next day. 

Halts – Thane, Kalyan, Manmad, Bhusaval, Itarsi, Pipariya, Narsinghpur, Jabalpur, Katni, Satna, Chheoki, Mugalsarai, Buxar, Ara and Danapur. 

Composition – o­ne AC-2 Tier, o­ne AC-3 Tier, 13 Sleeper Class, 3 General Second Class and 2 General Second Class cum guard’s brake vans

Reservation: Bookings for 02053 will be opened at all PRS o­n 28.3.2014.
Source - This new comes to you from Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai. 

Pune-Indore Express to Run Four Times a Week from 27.3.2014 - Bookings for 19311 for increased day of frequency open from 25.3.2014

Railways have decided to increase the frequency of 19311/19312 Pune-Indore Express from Triweekly to Four times a week as per details given below:

Train No.19311 Pune-Indore Express will leave Pune o­n every Tue, Thu, Fri and Saturday from 27.3.2014.

Train No.19312 Indore-Pune Express will leave Indore o­n every Mon, Wed, Thu and Friday from 26.3.2014.

RESERVATION: Bookings for Train no.19311 for increased day of frequency open from 25.3.2014

Source - This news comes to you from the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai.
(V. Chandrasekar)

Melbourne Airport SkyBus might be better than a rail link, says transport expert

Melburnians who believe the city desperately needs a rail link to the airport should be careful what they wish for. They might just kill a bus service that is already better than a train could ever be.

So says international public transport planning consultant Jarrett Walker, who argues that Melbourne Airport already has the best public transport of any Australian airport, including Sydney and Brisbane with their rail links.

SkyBus is privately run with a portion of profits going to the state government. It charges $18 for a one-way trip.

Mr Walker, the author of Human Transit, who is visiting Melbourne on a lecturing and speaking tour, told Fairfax Media the key to a good airport link is frequency, not the transport mode.

"I am an extremely frequent flyer and when I land at an airport I want to get into the city and I want to get there fast and on that score Melbourne is actually the best of all Australian airports, because public transport to the city is leaving every 10 minutes," Mr Walker said.

Brisbane invested heavily in building a rail link to the airport, yet a train departs just once every half hour and the line shuts down just after 10pm. By comparison, Melbourne's SkyBus runs 24 hours a day and departs every 10 minutes between 5.30am and midnight.

"Brisbane spent a fortune building a rail line to the airport but it doesn't actually run enough to be relevant, certainly to the business traveller," Mr Walker said. "And while yes it's nice to be riding a train, it's even nicer to be where you're going."

While stressing he had no inside knowledge of the government's specific plans for an airport rail link – "for all I know someone has a plan to run a train to the airport every 10 minutes" – he said the realities of heavy rail made it more difficult and expensive to run frequent rail services than buses.

SkyBus was designed to provide a 20-minute run between Southern Cross Station and Melbourne Airport. A 2012 traffic study found it is consistently failing to do this during peak periods, with times blowing out to as much as 51 minutes in the morning and 59 minutes in the afternoon peak.

Mr Walker said the answer was putting in dedicated bus lanes.

"You don't of course need to build rail in order to get public transport out of traffic, it's just a matter of creating a space of any kind, whether it's rail or a busway," he said.

"I'm not particularly against an airport rail link, but folks in Melbourne need to think carefully about whether they want rail as a symbol and whether they would be willing to have less frequent rail rather than a more frequent bus."

The Napthine government last year completed a $6.5 million study into building a rail link to Melbourne Airport. The study report said the rail link would need to deliver passengers between the city and the airport within 30 minutes to be competitive. It should run every 10 minutes and 24 hours a day, via the Albion East alignment, branching off from the Sunbury line.

Premier Denis Napthine recently said the government would look to build an airport rail link in conjunction with the Metro rail capacity project, previously called Melbourne Metro, within the next decade.

The airport rail line is predicted to carry about 6 million passengers a year. SkyBus was forecast to carry four million people a year by 2026 in a 2011 Transport Department study, which also recommended putting express bus lanes on CityLink and the Tullamarine Freeway as a prelude to building the rail link.

The government rejected the proposal.
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‘Gudi Padwa Special’ on Konkan Route; DEMU Service between Madgaon-Karwar

Madgaon (MAO): In order to cater to the train passengers going to Konkan region for the Gudi Padva festival, reserved special trains will run between CSTM and Madgaon on Konkan Railway route on 29/3/2014.

Train no 01005 CSTM – Madgaon special train will leave from CSTM at 0020 hrs and reach Madgaon at 1240 hrs same day.

Train no 01006 Madgaon – CSTM special train will leave from Madgaon at 1330 hrs and reach CSTM at 2355 hrs same day.

The train will halt at Dadar, Thane, Panvel, Roha, Khed, Chiplun, Sangameshwar, Ratnagiri, Rajapur, Kankavali, Kudal, Sawantwadi, and Thivim stations. The train will have 23 coaches.

DEMU Service between Madgaon and Karwar

Railways have also decided to introduce a DEMU service between Madgaon and Karwar on Konkan Railway route.

“Train no. 70103 Madgaon – Karwar will run on all days except Sunday and will leave from Madgaon at 10.15am and reach Karwar at 11.50pm same day,” a Konkan Railway spokesperson said.

On its return journey, Train no. 70104 Karwar – Madgaon will run on all days except Sunday and will leave from Karwar at 2.50pm and reach Madgaon at 4.10pm. The train will have 3 coaches. The train will halt at Balli, Canacona, Loliem, and Asnoti stations.
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Photo Exhibition on 160 Years of Indian Railways on display at Thiruvananthapuram Central

Thiruvananthapuram (TVC): The web of railway tracks crisscrossing the nation has rightly earned the description of being a ‘lifeline.’ Everyday, over 11,000 trains chug their way to nerve-centre cities and the remotest villages in the country. The fascinating history of Indian Railways has been encapsulated at an ongoing exhibition at the Central Railway Station at Thampanoor, commemorating 160 years of the organisation. Additional Divisional Rail Manager T. Kuppan inaugurated the exhibition on Tuesday morning.

Old photographs and snippets on landmark achievements of the national rail network has been arranged on the walls of the VIP lounge on platform one. Railways are now said to host 22 million passengers every day, which is more than the total population of Norway, Sweden and Denmark combined.

There is a reference to the ‘Golden Square,’ a network that connects New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata — a distance that is merely 16 per cent of the total network but carries nearly half the total number of passengers. Other impressive statistics include the 1.4 million strong workforce of the Indian Railway and the longest route, travelled by the Vivek Express which extends from Kanyakumari, right at the southern-most tip of the nation, to Dibrugarh in Arunachal Pradesh. This journey now takes 82 hours and 4,200 km between the two stations.

Stunning landscapes

The exhibition also shows the stunning landscapes through which the trains pass. The sheer range of scenes visible right outside the window is shown, including the mist-shrouded mountains plied by the Kalka-Shimla, Darjeeling-Himalaya railways, which have been declared as UNESCO heritage sites. Information on resources and production centres of rail components are also displayed.

Historical facts figure prominently among the 25 boards. There is a photograph of the first train journey in the country in April 16, 1853, from Bori Bandar (now, Mumbai) to Thane – that comprised 14 coaches and covered 34 km. However, all the display boards are in Malayalam and for the many tourists passing the train station, the information is lost.

The exhibition will continue till March 28.

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Two groups clash at Cossipore Railway Yard to get control over the money extortion

Kolkata: Two people were injured in a clash that broke out between two groups fighting to get control over the Railway Yard area at Cossipore. The injured were admitted to RG Kar Medical College and Hospital with severe injuries.

Police said there are some youths in Cossipore, who collect extortion money from traders and truck owners in the area. The area is mainly known for godowns that store cement.

Today, around five youths, who earlier used to stay in Cossipore, came to the railway yard in the evening. A scuffle broke out when they asked other local youths to give them a share of the money collected from traders. The situation turned worse when the outsiders threatened the youths to leave the area at gun point, sources said.

Meanwhile, locals rushed to the spot and a clash broke out. The five youths were beaten up.

Though three members of the outside group managed to flee and hurled bombs, two coudn’t run and were badly beaten up by local people.

Policemen from both Cossipore and Chitpur police station went to the spot and brought the situation under control. Government Railway Police (GRP) officers also went to the spot as the area falls under their jurisdiction.

The two youths were rescued by police and admitted to RG Kar Medical College and Hospital.

A senior GRP officer said they would arrest the youths, who were admitted to the hospital, after they get well. They are not in a condition to speak properly, sources said.

Police, hence, are yet to know their names. Preliminary investigation, however, revealed that one of the outsiders used to stay in Cossipore area earlier. Now, he resides at Jagattadal, North 24-Parganas and has been arrested quite a few times.
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Erstwhile Nizam State Railway’s ‘John Morris’ Fire Engine steals the show at 48th Vintage Car Rally

Delhi: The ‘John Morris’ Fire Engine belonging to the erstwhile Nizam State Railway stole the show at the 48th Delhi Vintage and Classic Car Rally organised recently in New Delhi this March. The vintage fire engine manufactured in 1914 and celebrating its centenary year, was the biggest attraction at the show, catching attention of the sizeable crowd of vintage car rally enthusiasts. The fire engine, which was originally used by the H.E.H. Nizam’s State Railway in the city of Nawabs, Hyderabad, is now the most prized exhibit at the internationally renowned National Rail Museum, New Delhi.

The H.E.H. Nizam’s State Railway had acquired the fire engine from the famous fire engineers M/s John Morris & Sons Limited, Salford, Manchester in the year 1914 and is o­ne of the two earliest fire engines known to exist in the world. This prestigious fire engine was used for dousing fires and was maintained in the Loco and Carriage Workshops at Lallaguda in Hyderabad. After 46 years of meritorious service o­n the Railways, John Morris retired in the year 1960. The team of mechanics from the Lallaguda Workshop of South Central Railway, the original owners of ‘John Morris’, undertook a complete restoration of the fire engine in 1981.

‘John Morris’ is a 500 gallon, water cooled 4 cylinder motor fire engine of 80 HP make. The fire engine bears a gear box of 4 forward speeds and 1 reverse speed and the transmission consists of chain drive from gear box to each of the rear wheels separately. The fire engine can attain a top speed of 40 miles per hour and holds fire fighting equipment which can deliver 500 gallons of water per minute. ‘John Morris’ is the o­nly vehicle in the world fitted with the original Shrewsbury and Challinner solid tyres and still retains all the original parts. The fire engine needs regular maintenance and the team of mechanics from South Central Railway are experts in handling the same.

When the fire engine is readied for a rally, behind the scene preparation involves a thorough service and maintenance including the checking of each single part of the fire engine. A team of technical personnel from the Railway Workshop, Lallaguda o­n South Central Railway went over to New Delhi to undertake servicing of ‘John Morris’ and make it whirr o­n the road, the royal way.

Shri Arunendra Kumar, Chairman, Railway Board, New Delhi was present in the vintage car rally and rode “John Morris” engine in all its glory.
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Seminar on ‘Progressive Practices of International Rail Networks’ at Global Rail Convention, New Delhi

PHD-Chamber of Commerce and Industry to discuss key issues, identify the gaps in implementation and share the progressive practices of other International Rail networks

2.30 p.m-3.00 P.M. : REGISTRATION
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Govt notifies hike in dearness allowance to 100%

The central government employees as well as pensioners are entitled for DA/DR at the rate of 100% of the basic with effect from 1 January 2014
New Delhi: Centre on Thursday notified its decision to raise dearness allowance (DA) to 100%, from 90%, benefiting its 50 lakh employees and 30 lakh pensioners.
The union cabinet had decided on 28 February, to release an additional instalment of DA and dearness relief (DR) to pensioners with effect from 1 January 2014. Thus, the central government employees as well as pensioners are entitled for DA/DR at the rate of 100% of the basic with effect from 1 January 2014.
“...the President is pleased to decide that DA payable to central government employees shall be enhanced from existing rate of 90% to 100% with effect from 1 January 2014,” a finance ministry’s office order said.
According to the official order, the additional instalment of DA payable under these orders shall be paid in cash to all central government allowance and payment of arrears of DA shall not be made before the date of disbursement of salary of March 2014.
In regard to armed forces personnel and railway employees, separate orders will be issued by the ministry of defence and ministry of railways, it said.
The government has estimated that the combined impact on exchequer on account of both DA and DR would be Rs11,074.80 crore per annum.
For a period of 14 months, from January 2014 to February 2015, the impact will be Rs12,920.60 crore in the next financial year, 2014-15. (March salary gets paid in April, the first month of the new fiscal).
It is the second double digit DA hike in a row.
The government had announced a hike of 10% taking it up to 90% in September last year, effective from 1 July 2013.
The increase in DA is in accordance with the accepted formula based on the recommendations of the 6th Central Pay Commission.





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