Jul 7, 2014

Northern Railway to start Multi Model Transport Service Between New Delhi- Srinagar/Budgam

Northern Railway to start Multi Model Transport Service Between New Delhi- Srinagar/Budgam


With Effect From 5.7.2014
As announced by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi in the function held at Shri Mata Vaiseno Devi Katra today, Northern Railway has decided to provide connectivity to Srinagar by extending 12445/12446 New Delhi-Udhampur Uttar Sampark Kranti Express upto Srinagar and the Kashmir Valley with Road Bridging between Udhampur and Banihal. Passengers will be cleared from Banihal to the Kashmir Valley through a Fast DEMU Service with stoppages and timing as indicated below:-


Under this scheme the passengers will travel by  12445 Uttar Sampark Kranti Express departing  from New Delhi at 8.50 p.m. (daily) to arrive at Udhampur at 8.05 a.m.the next day.  From Udhampur  the passengers will board a bus which will depart at 8.45 a.m. and arrive at Banihal at 2.00 p.m.. From Banihal the passengers will board the DEMU train no. 74627 which will depart at 2.50 p.m. , Anantnag at 3.32p.m., Srinagar at 4.55 p.m. to arrive at Budgam at 5.05 p.m. the same day. Similarly , In the return direction the passengers having the ticket under the scheme may travel by 74630 DEMU train from Budgam which will depart at 11.15 a.m. , Srinagar at 11.30 a.m., Anantnag at 12.22p.m. to arrive Banihal at 1.05 p.m.. The passengers de-boarding the DEMU at Banihal will board the bus which will depart from Banihal at 1.45 p.m. to arrive at Udhampur at 7.00 p.m.. From Udhampur they will travel by Udhampur –New Delhi Sampark Kranti Express train no. 12446 to depart at  7.50 p.m. and arrive at New Delhi at 6.10 a.m. the next day.


The Multi Model Transport service for Srinagar( Jammu & Kashmir) will be started from 05.7.2014, in which Rail & Road both fare are included in the Rail ticket. The ticket will be valid for a passenger to travel o­n both bus and  train.


  • MoU between Northern Railway and Jammu & Kashmir State Road Transport Corporation for dedicated bus service between Udhampur and Banihal
  • Passengers will be charged Rs. 260/- for o­ne way road journey
  • Dual mode (Rail-Road) ticketing scheme being implemented for the first time by Indian Railways.
(V.J. ACCAMMA)
Chief Public Relations Officer

TRAIN CANCELLATION LIST :: NORTHERN RAILWAY

Northern Railway published the Cancellation, Short Termination and Diversion of Train List due to Non - Interlocking work of Nunkhar - Deoria Sadar - Baitalpur Section of North Central Railway. Following are the details of cancellation, Short Termination and Diversion of Trains.

CANCELLED TRAIN LIST
The Trains will be cancelled from 14.07.2014 to 22.07.2014. 
  • Train Nos.12538/12537 Manduadih - Gorakhpur - Maduadih passenger train will be cancelled from 14.07.2014 to 22.07.2014. 

DIVERTED TRAIN LIST
The Train will be diverted from 12.07.2014 to 21.07.2014
  • Train No.15707 Katihar - Amritsar Exp will be diverted to run via Siwan - Thawe - Kaptanganj - Gorakhpur instead of  Siwan - Bhatni - Deoria Sadar - Gorakhpur on 12, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20.07.2014 while its return service. 
  • Train No.15708 Amritsar - Katihar Express will be diverted to run via Gorakhpur - Kaptanganj - Thawe - Siwan instead of  Gorakhpur - Deoria Sadar - Bhatni - Siwan on 21.07.2014.
  • Train No.12565/12566 Darbhanga - New Delhi - Darbhanga Bihar Sampark Kranti Express will be diverted to run via Siwan - Thawe - Kaptanganj - Gorakhpur instead of Siwan - Bhatni - Deoria Sadar - Gorakhpur on 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20.07.2014 and Train No.12566 New Delhi - Darbhanga Bihar Sampark Kranti Express on 21.07.2014.
  • Train No.12491 Muzaffarpur - Jammu Tawi Express will be diverted to run via Siwan - Thawe - Kaptanganj - Gorakhpur instead of Siwan - Bhatni - Deoria Sadar - Gorakhpur on 20.07.2014.
  • Train No.12554 New Delhi - Barauni Vaishali express will be diverted to run via Gorakhpur - Kaptanganj - Thawe - Siwan instead of Gorakhpur - Deoria Sadar - Bhatni - Siwan on 20.07.2014.
  • Train No.12524 New Delhi - New Jalpaiguri express will be diverted to run via Gorakhpur - Kaptanganj - Thawe - Siwan instead of Gorakhpur - Deoria Sadar - Bhatni - Siwan on 21.07.2014.
  • Train No.12204 Amritsar - Saharsa Garib Rath express will be diverted to run via Gorakhpur - Kaptanganj - Thawe - Siwan instead of Gorakhpur - Deoria Sadar - Bhatni - Siwan on 21.07.2014.

SHORT  TERMINATED TRAIN LIST
Short Termination and Origination of Trains from 20.07.2014 to 22.07.2014
  • Train No.15007 Manduadih - Lucknow Junction Express will short originate from Gorakhpur instead of Manduadih and will remain cancelled between Manduadih - Gorakhpur on 20 and 21.07.2014 while its return service,Train No.15008 Lucknow Junction - Manduadih Express will be short terminated at Gorakhpur instead of Manduadih and will remain cancelled between Gorakhpur - Manduadih on 19 and 20.07.2014.
  • Train No.15104 Manduadih - Gorakhpur Intercity Express will be short terminated at Bhatni instead of Gorakhpur and will remain cancelled between Bhatni - Gorakhpur on 20 and 21.07.2014 while its return service, Train No.15103 Gorakhpur - Manduadih Intercity Express will short originate from  Bhatni instead of Gorakhpur and will remain cancelled between Gorakhpur - Bhatni on  20 and 21.07.2014.
  • Train No.55150 Manduadih - Gorakhpur passenger train will be short terminated at Bhatni instead of Gorakhpur and will remain cancelled between Bhatni - Gorakhpur on 19 and 20.07.2014 while its return service, Train No.55149 Gorakhpur - Manduadih passenger train will short originate from Bhatni instead of Gorakhpur and will remain cancelled between Gorakhpur - Bhatni on  20 and 21.07.2014.
  • Train No.55120 Varanasi - Gorakhpur passenger train will be short terminated at Bhatni instead of Gorakhpur and will remain cancelled between Bhatni - Gorakhpur on 20, 21 and 22.07.2014 while its return service, Train No.55119 Gorakhpur - Varanasi passenger train will short originate from  Bhatni instead of Gorakhpur and will remain cancelled between Gorakhpur - Bhatni on  20, 21 and 22.07.2014. 


Source - irctc.blogspot

Railway Budget 2014-15 to be presented in Lok Sabha tomorrow


Railway Budget 2014-15 to be presented in Lok Sabha tomorrow New Delhi: Having done a pre-Budget hike of 14.2 percent in passenger fares and raised freight rates, Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda's will present his maiden Rail Budget on Tuesday.
Union Railway Minister is likely to adopt a realistic approach in announcing new trains, lines and survey in view of the cash crunch of Rs 26,000 crore.


With the growth in passenger earnings declining, railways is likley to spell out its strategy to earn additional revenue to reach the target in the current fiscal.

While many unviable projects may be scrapped, Gowda will also announce some new projects on priority basis in the Rail Budget 2014-15.

Since the government is grappling with ever-increasing fuel cost, harnessing alternative energy like solar power and bio-diesel in a big way is likely to feature in the NDA government's first Rail Budget as it is believed to be the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who wants use of non-renewable energy in rail sector so that the dependence on fuel is less.

Gowda is likely to announce pilot project for introduction of automatic closing of doors in Shatabdi coaches and EMU coaches in Mumbai suburban train as safety measures for passengers to prevent accidental fall from running train.

There will be provision for a few new trains including premium and services connecting various pilgrim centres in the Rail Budget 2014-15.

Managing passenger service through cross-subsidy from freight earnings, railways may spell out its policy on FDI to attract foreign capital in expansion of rail infrastructure including modernisation of station and high speed train.

The Rail Budget will spell out details of future course of action plan for having a 'Diamond Quadrilateral' to run high speed trains.

The Budget will also reflect the views of NDA government on Rail Tariff Authority and High Speed Rail Authority.

Though involvement of private players in big ticket projects is becoming a necessity now, the state-run transporter has to come out with win-win formula for investors in a hassle-free environment

Hinting at the possibility of private investment in rail sector, the Prime Minister had recently said that private parties would be ready to invest in rail sector like development of stations.

"This would be a win-win situation project and we want to move ahead in this direction in the coming days," Modi had said. 

Former Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge had set a revenue target of Rs 1.65 lakh crore in the interim budget which includes Rs 1.06 lakh crore from goods and Rs 45,255 crore from passenger and balance from coaching and other sources.

Railways, which have sought about Rs 40,000 cr as Gross Budgetary Support is likely to keep the annual plan at about Rs 64,000 crore.

In its bid to increase carrying capacity of wagons, Gowda will propose development of higher capacity milk van for National Dairy Development Board, parcel van and light weight wagon for carrying salt.

With the focus on alternative fuel, the budget will have proposals for bio-diesel plant and LNG locomotives in view of increased fuel prices.

The Budget will emphasise on switching over to solar power for rail workshops, colonies, hospitals and stations. Besides the proposal of setting up of power plants at vacant land and installing solar panels on rooftop of trains, the commissioning of solar power plant at Raebareli coach factory are likely to be announced.

Gowda is likely to encourage use of innovative measures to perk up revenue and for use of latest technology to prevent mishaps while proposing installation of track side equipment to find fault such as over heating bearings, wheels and brake system and other damaged parts of rolling stock.

Introduction of on board integrated coach monitoring and communication system in trains to display GIS-based information on real-time to the passenger about the next upcoming station, arrival and departure timings, platform and coach position among others is also likely to find mention in the Rail Budget on July 8.

Gowda has made it clear after assuming charge that his focus will be on safety, security and speed. So, the budget is likely to focus on providing better amenities to passengers including improved catering service in rail premises.

Expansion of coach house keeping scheme on 90 additional trains, clean station scheme in five more stations and a comprehensive pest and rodent control treatment for all coaches are slated to be part of Gowda's budget speech.

Strengthening of fire safety mechanism and accident prevention measures will be specifically mentioned by the new Railway Minister to highlight government's concern for passenger safety.

The budget is likely to consider the demand of Delhi Division for additional funds for building separate parcel terminal to ease out load on busy platforms. 




Source - zee news

Railway Budget: Three simple ways to turn Indian Railways around


For many the railway budget might not be of much relevance apart from the hike in prices of passenger fares. Going by that measure too, the Rail Budget has lost its charm this year as the government hiked the prices even before the Budget session began. However, in the face of anger of other parties and people, they had to roll back the hikes partially. Especially the government rolled back the hike for city passenger fares, perhaps keeping Mumbai in mind. Mumbai is the city with the highest number of daily passengers and is awaiting the Assembly elections in a few months. So the government might not be in any mood to again pull up the prices when the Budget is announced tomorrow. But there is a lot more that needs to be done for an eroding railway system. When DVS Gowda reads out his Budget to us, we must be listening carefully. Here's why:

1. Investment into building a better infrastructure: The importance of the Indian railways to build better infrastructure can hardly be overemphasised. This includes more trains, better rakes, better stations, increase in railway lines etc. The government follows a BOT model (build-own-transfer) for its railway infrastructure projects. So a private party can invest into an infrastructure, and the government can enter into a revenue sharing mechanism with them though the legal ownership still stays with the government. The problem with this model is manifold: the banks are wary of giving money and projects take very long to complete often with no assurance of a minimum return. The project may take 25 years to be completed and yet the revenue might not be lucrative enough. The government needs to find a solution out of this, and that too quickly. The government needs enough money to invest for that. There is no precedent in any country for privatising rail network. The government has to put money in it, to ensure the integrity of the whole network and the decision making power over any changes in future. But the government, along with putting in its own money in the railways, will need to pave the way for private companies to invest. The investment in railways in intricately linked with performance of any other industry, say of coal mining, where the coal and power companies need access to enough rail rakes and networks to transfer the coal from the mines to the power factories. If the manufacturing sector has to look up in India, it must begin with the railways department. The government must also show a promise to invest in safety of the railways. The high incidents of rail accidents necessitate that the government gets serious of safety issues.
2. Look at Railways also as a service industry: The new government must understand, or rather make its employees understand that it is not just physical capital that needs an overhaul in the railways. The service is a part of the system and the department must work towards improving it. The improvement of the terminals, stations, resting rooms are all a part of this. The railways could also introduce some premium services (eg, in food, resting rooms etc) for which it could earn extra revenue. Over all, the services in Indian railways must improve.
3. Rationalise prices but keep eyes on inflation: It is easy to blame the railways for not increasing the passenger fees. But the hike in prices is as much a political call as it is economic. The inflation numbers refuse to come down below 6 percent. Any hike in freight charges would be passed on to the consumers. The government must devise a way out to rationalise the prices with the costs slowly, without harming its own profitability and therefore, its ability to invest.
Depoliticise railways is a cry that forms a part of every “Railway Budget Expectation” narratives, we are trying to limit ourselves only to what is probable in the near future. While it is not probable that the government will start treating the Indian railways as a commercial enterprise, it is possible that it can stop its complete degradation. The Budget can be a good place to give the nation a plan of action.
Source - DNA

D.V.Sadananda Gowda Launches Social Media Platform for Indian Railways

Embedded image permalinkThe Minister of Railways, Shri D.V.Sadananda Gowda launched Social Media Platform for the Indian Railways at a function here today. It includes launching of twitter, facebook and one. Addressing a gathering on the occasion, Shri Gowda said that the Ministry of Railways is connecting today its presence on the social media as well as a call in number to listen to important announcement starting with the budget. This unique 360 degree platform will help Indian Railways to listen, and gauge valuable feedback from its fellow travelers. He said that the use of social media has been the forte of the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi led NDA Government that leads to transparency and quick information dissemination.
The Minister of State for Railway, Shri Manoj Sinha said that the Indian Railways is on a transformative journey and it looks forward to using social media as a platform to tell its stories and constantly hear from fellow travelers. He said that the Ministry believes that Indian Railways serves the whole breadth and diverse cross section of Indians with or without internet connection. Being a progressive and transparent institution we are delighted to extend its presence on social media.
Speaking on the occasion, Chairman, Railway Board, Shri Arunendra Kumar said that the Indian Railways is at the fore front of technology. And the new initiative of social media will add to its technology development.  
To catch the Railway Budget 2014 Live one can log on www.facebook.com/RailMinindia orwww.twitter.com/RailMinindia or www.youtube.com/user/RailMinindia or listen live on 022-4501-5555 on 8thJuly 2014.
These accounts can be accessed through the website of Ministry of Railways namely,www.indianrailways.gov.in. These accounts will remain activated from 8th July 2014 onwards.
Source - PIB

Congress says it will do what the opposition did in 15th Lok Sabha

NEW DELHI: Despite depleted numbers, Congress seems set to raise price rise and the hike in railway fares adopting very same tough and noisy tactics it accused BJP of when the saffron party was in opposition.

As the tussle over the leader of opposition's post seems to have aggravated post-poll bitterness, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge made a pointed reference to the opposition's role when UPA was in office at a meeting of parties with Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Saturday.

The laconic comment 'Congress would do what the opposition did in the previous Lok Sabha' may indicate that Congress is yet to get over its resentment over what it feels was BJP's cynical blockage of Parliament.
Source..times of india

Railway stocks on a roll ahead of rail budget; gain up to 8%

MUMBAI: Stocks of companies related to railways sector closed with gains of up to 8 per cent on hopes of reform measures in the rail budget to be presented on Tuesday next week.

Texmaco Rail & Engineering Ltd zoomed 7.69 per cent, while Titagarh Wagons rose by 4.98 per cent on the BSE.

Among others, Kernex Microsystems India gained 4.97 per cent and Kalindee Rail Nirman (Engineers) surged 4.97 per cent.
Source..times of india

Rail Budget to spell out strategy to shore up revenue



Having done a pre-budget hike of 14.2% in passenger fares and raised freight rates, Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda's maiden budget is likely to adopt a realistic approach in announcing new trains, lines and survey in view of the cash crunch of Rs 26,000 crore.

With the growth in passenger earnings declining, railways is likley to spell out its strategy to earn additional revenue to reach the target in the current fiscal. While many unviable projects may be scrapped, Gowda will also announce some new projects on priority basis in the rail budget 2014-2015 tomorrow. 

Since the government is grappling with ever-increasing fuel cost, harnessing alternative energy like solar power and bio-diesel in a big way is likely to feature in the NDA government's first Rail Budget as it is believed to be the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who wants use of non-renewable energy in rail sector so that the dependence on fuel is less. Gowda is likely to announce pilot project for introduction of automatic closing of doors in Shatabdi coaches and EMU coaches in Mumbai suburban train as safety measures for passengers to prevent accidental fall from running train. There will be provision for a few new trains including premium and services connecting various pilgrim centres in the Rail Budget 2014-15. 

Managing passenger service through cross-subsidy from freight earnings, railways may spell out its policy on FDI to attract foreign capital in expansion of rail infrastructure including modernisation of station and high speed train. The Rail Budget will spell out details of future course of action plan for having a 'Diamond Quadrilateral' to run high speed trains. The budget will also reflect the views of NDA government on Rail Tariff Authority and High Speed Rail Authority. 

Though involvement of private players in big ticket projects is becoming a necessity now, the state-run transporter has to come out with win-win formula for investors in a hassle-free environment.

Hinting at the possibility of private investment in rail sector, the Prime Minister had recently said that private parties would be ready to invest in rail sector like development of stations. "This would be a win-win situation project and we want to move ahead in this direction in the coming days," Modi had said. 

Former Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge had set a revenue target of Rs 1.65 lakh crore in the interim budget which includes Rs 1.06 lakh crore from goods and Rs 45,255 crore from passenger and balance from coaching and other sources. Railways, which have sought about Rs 40,000 cr as Gross Budgetary Support is likely to keep the annual plan at about Rs 64,000 crore.

In its bid to increase carrying capacity of wagons, Gowda will propose development of higher capacity milk van for National Dairy Development Board, parcel van and light weight wagon for carrying salt.
With the focus on alternative fuel, the budget will have proposals for bio-diesel plant and LNG locomotives in view of increased fuel prices. The budget will emphasise on switching over to solar power for rail workshops, colonies, hospitals and stations. Besides the proposal of setting up of power plants at vacant land and installing solar panels on rooftop of trains, the commissioning of solar power plant at Raebareli coach factory are likely to be announced.

Gowda is likely to encourage use of innovative measures to perk up revenue and for use of latest technology to prevent mishaps while proposing installation of track side equipment to find fault such as over heating bearings, wheels and brake system and other damaged parts of rolling stock.

Introduction of on board integrated coach monitoring and communication system in trains to display GIS-based information on real-time to the passenger about the next upcoming station, arrival and departure timings, platform and coach position among others is also likely to find mention in the Rail Budget on July 8. Gowda has made it clear after assuming charge that his focus will be on safety, security and speed. So, the budget is likely to focus on providing better amenities to passengers including improved catering service in rail premises.

Expansion of coach house keeping scheme on 90 additional trains, clean station scheme in five more stations and a comprehensive pest and rodent control treatment for all coaches are slated to be part of Gowda's budget speech.
Strengthening of fire safety mechanism and accident prevention measures will be specifically mentioned by the new Railway Minister to highlight government's concern for passenger safety.
The budget is likely to consider the demand of Delhi Division for additional funds for building separate parcel terminal to ease out load on busy platforms.
Source..dnaindia

 

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