Jul 25, 2014

INDIAN RAILWAY - Development of Railway Stations for Tourism

The identified stations are Puri, Gaya, Tarapith, Tarakeshwar, Agra Cantt., Guwahati, Kamakhya, New Jalpaiguri, Amritsar, Rae Bareilly, Varanasi, Haridwar, Delhi Safdarjung, Kurukshetra, Jaipur, Ajmer, Tirupati, Hyderabad, Aurangabad, Nanded, Hospet, Madurai, Thiruvananthapuram and Rameshwaram. In the first phase, 5 stations (Amritsar, Agra Cantt, Gaya, Rae-Bariely and Thiruvananthapuram) have been jointly inspected by a team of officers from Ministry of Railways and Ministry of Tourism to identify the amenities needed and part allocation of funds made. In addition, Jaipur and Ajmer stations have been jointly inspected and works finalized while Delhi Safdarjung and Kurukshetra stations have been jointly inspected. The stations are identified on the basis of heritage and tourism importance of the stations/destinations it caters. Railways undertake these works on priority after release of funds by Ministry of Tourism. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha.


Running of Summer Special Trains

Indian Railways plan special trains well in advance and additional coaches are attached in regular trains to clear the extra rush of passengers during summer and festival seasons keeping in view the pattern of traffic, operational feasibility and availability of resources. On a few occasions, special trains are required to be run at the last moment to clear rush due to sudden events. This is an ongoing process in Indian Railways. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha.


Modernisation of Railway Network

Modernisation of services and extension of Railways network is an ongoing process over Indian Railways. There is a constant endeavour of Ministry of Railways for capacity augmentation and upgradation of tracks and rolling stock, improvements in signalling systems, training and monitoring of loco pilots, induction of modern technologies, including provision of enabling infrastructure. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha.


Booking of Reserved Train Tickets in Advance

The advance reservation period for booking reserved accommodation is 60 days excluding the day of journey. In case of certain day time express trains, shorter time limits are prescribed. 

In case of Tatkal tickets, the booking opens at 1000 hours on the previous day of journey from the train originating station. 

In case of unreserved tickets involving journey upto 200 kilometres, the tickets can be booked on the same day whereas tickets involving journey of more than 200 kilometres can be booked up to three days in advance excluding the day of journey. 

Premium trains with dynamic pricing have been introduced during the Holi and summer rush with shorter advance reservation periods of up to 15 days. 

Indian Railways have a route length of about 65,436 kilometres. On an average, about 23 million passengers commute across Indian Railways daily. The passenger traffic on different routes varies from season to season, day to day and train to train. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha.

Source - PIB

Advance Booking of Reserved Train Tickets

 It is proposed to add another 5000 such machines across all Zonal Railways, out of which 2000 will be coin operated and 3000 smart card operated.  The procurement these machines will start from this financial year.
Smart card based ATVMs have been deployed at 313 stations as under:

Zonal Railways
Deployed at number of Stations
No. of functional ATVMs
Northern Railway
Western Railway
Central Railway
Eastern Railway
South Eastern Railway
East Coast Railway
Southern Railway
South Central Railway


            At times, due to vandalisation and rough usage by passengers, some of these machines get defective. Zonal Railways are constantly monitoring the performance of ATVMs and defective machines are repaired expeditiously.
           This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha .

Railways Identify Nine Corridors for Running Semi High Speed Trains

The Indian Railways has identified nine corridors for taking action to raise speeds of passenger trains to 160-200 kmph. These are (i) Delhi-Agra (ii) Delhi-Chandigarh (iii) Delhi-Kanpur (iv) Nagpur-Bilaspur (v) Mysore-Bengaluru-Chennai (vi) Mumbai-Goa (vii) Mumbai-Ahmedabad (viii) Chennai-Hyderabad & (ix) Nagpur-Secunderabad. 

Trail of Shatabdi Express and similar trains up to a maximum speed of 160 kmph between New Delhi-Agra and back was conducted on 3rd July, 2014 for assessing the condition of fitness of track at a particular speed and was found to be successful at 160 kmph. The trial train took 102 minutes and 105 minutes from New Delhi-Agra Cantt. And Agra Cantt.- New Delhi respectively. 

The rolling stock i.e. Linke Hofmann Busch (LHB) coaches and electric loco have already been tested earlier successfully at speed of 180 kmph. During the trial, all issues related with safety, technical aspects related with rolling stock and with other technical sub-systems like track, bridges, signaling, overhead equipments etc. have been checked and found to be in order. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha.
Source - PIB

2230 Touts Charge Sheeted by Railways for Ticket Black Marketing During March’13 to April’14

The Indian Railways arrested 2407 touts and charge sheeted 2203 touts for ticket black marketing during the period from March 2013 to April 2014. Indian Railways takes measures to ensure that common man’s access to the ticketing system is not affected. Some cases of touting activities come to notice during checks conducted by Railways, particularly during peak rush period/festival seasons. To facilitate travel for the passengers during peak rush period and to ensure availability of train tickets to ‘Common Man’, regular and preventive checks against touting activities are conducted. This is an ongoing continuous process. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha.


Railways Provide Battery Operated Vehicle at Some of Major Stations for Disabled & Old Aged Passengers

The Indian Railways provide ‘Battery Operated Vehicles’ for disabled and old aged passengers free of cost at some of the major railway stations. Provision/augmentation of amenities at stations, including those for differently abled passengers is a continuous process. Short term facilities like standard ramp for barrier free entry, earmarking at least two parking lots, non-slippery walk-way from parking lot to building, signages of appropriate visibility, at least one toilet (on the ground floor) & at least one drinking water tap suitable for use by differently-abled persons and ‘May I help you’ Booth, have been planned at all stations beginning with A1’, ‘A’ and ‘B’ category stations. Long term facilities viz. provision of facility for inter-platform transfer and engraving on edges of platform are planned after provision of short term facilities. Instructions also exist for provision of wheel chairs at stations. This facility is provided, duly escorted by collies (on payment) as per present practice. 

Provision of escalators at ‘A-1’, ‘A’ & ‘C” category stations and stations of tourist importance is a part of ‘Desirable Amenities’ and are planned on need basis depending upon techno commercial feasibility & availability of funds. Provision of lifts has also been planned at important Railway stations. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha.


Bogibeel Rail-Cum-Road Bridge Project Targeted for Completion by March 2017

Physical works of both North and South guide bunds, 44 km long rail link from Chaulkhowa - Moranhat, 14 km long north bank rail link and 8 km long south bank rail link of Bogibeel rail-cum-road bridge over river Brahmaputra have been completed. In main bridge, 36 out of 42 well foundations and 28 out of 40 piers have been completed. 2 out of 41 girders have been launched. The project has been targeted for completion by March 2017. 

Bogibeel rail-cum-road bridge was sanctioned in 1997-98. Latest anticipated cost of the project is Rs. 4996 crore and an expenditure of Rs. 3041 crore has been incurred upto March, 2014. An outlay of Rs. 600 crore has been provided for the year 2014-15. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha.


29 Premium Trains Introduced by Indian Railways During April to June 2014-15

The Indian Railways introduced 29 premium special trains during April to June 2014-15 which did 702 trips. Premium trains are schedule time tabled trains and do not interfere with the schedules of other time tabled trains. During the period April to June (2014-15) vis-à-vis the corresponding period of previous year, Indian Railways registered an overall growth of 6.5% in the total number of passengers. This included a growth of 11.08% in suburban passengers (short distance) also. Passenger earnings have increased by Rs. 5,209.41 crore during 2013-2014 as compared to the previous year. During current financial year up to June 2014, there is an increase in Rs. 1431.98 crore as compared to corresponding period of previous year. Further, suburban passenger increased by 11.08% during April-June 2014 over the corresponding period of previous year. 

This information was given by the Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha in written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha .

Source - PIB

Appointment on compassionate grounds of family member of an ex-Railway servant - RBE 70/2014


Grant of Fixed Medical Allowance to Widowed/Divorced/Unmarried daughter in receipt of family pension - clarification reg - RBE 69/2014.


Recruitment of sportspersons (Wrestlers) against Sports Quota as per new weight categories - clarification regarding RBE 77/2014.


Rationalisation of supervision of Loco Running Staff - Issue of Providing of Running Allowance @120 KMs per day to Loco Inspector.


Acceptance of certificates/qualifications awarded by various Boards of School Education in India for the purpose of employment on the railways RBE 75/2014.

Source - AIRF

New Rates of Festival Advance as a result of increase in D.A


Delhi Police detain UPSC protesters outside Rail Bhawan

New Delhi, July 25: Delhi Police on Friday detained students protesting outside Rail Bhawan over a demand for the cancellation of CSAT exams.

One of the UPSC aspirants protesting outside Rail Bhawan said, "We will protest peacefully, but won't end the protest until our demand to cancel the CSAT exam is fulfilled."

Expressing support for Hindi medium students, Digvijaya Singh said, "The matter is very serious and the central government should also take it that way."

"Congress is ready to fight for them ( UPSC aspirants) both inside and outside the Parliament.

I am with those students who have come from Hindi medium.

Quality should not be compromised too," he added.

Congress leader Pramod Tiwari blamed the Prime Minister by saying, "Government said that papers won't take place till the time changes take place. And then it went against their own promise by issuing the admit cards."

"When the students protested against it, they were lathi charged. The complete responsibility is on Modi." He added.

After some of the students were detained, a scuffle broke out between the students and the police as they were boarding a police bus.

The students argue that the questions asked in language comprehension skills are asked in English and no Hindi translations are provided. They want this to be changed.
Source..ani news

Forget the light rail - what about sky rail for Canberra?

Canberra might be on track to get a $614 million light rail line from Civic to Gungahlin, but at least one resident thinks the city could be overlooking the chance to use futuristic technology to revolutionise public transport. 

Australian National University visiting fellow in applied mathematics Arthur Davies is behind a quiet campaign to get Canberra to consider a sky-high car transport system, which will be tested in Israel next year.

Developed by US company SkyTran, the system uses suspended two-person vehicles on elevated magnetic tracks and could allow passengers to order transport using a smart phone application. 
The patented personal rapid transit system is also being considered by cities in France, India and the United States but has not been built as part of a large scale public transport project.

The vehicles are said to be able to achieve speeds of up to 70km/h and are being developed by SkyTran at NASA's Ames Research Center outside Mountain View, California. 

Planning for a 500 metre line is underway for the Tel Aviv headquarters of Israel Aerospace Industries with testing to begin next year.

The company says the development of a larger 200km network will follow covering suburban and city areas in central Israel.

A sky car system is believed to cost about $15 million per 1.5km and uses solar power energy. 

Mr Davies, a member of the Australian Electric Vehicle Association, is personally championing the system as an alternative to tram lines being installed on the median strip of Northbourne Avenue, and along Flemington Road and the Federal Highway.

He has lobbied members of the ACT Government and opposition to consider the system as an alternative to traditional tram lines.

Mr Davies said it offered significantly lower costs than the current tram proposal, and would improve transport times and reduce energy costs. 

"It could either be on the side of Northbourne Avenue, between the road and the buildings, or it could run in the middle or along the edge of the median strip," Mr Davies said.

"If it was down the middle of the median strip, the trees would still be there and you would hardly see it. It could be done very unobtrusively and beautifully."

Mr Davies said other benefits include high passenger capacity and low noise pollution.

The pod vehicles could be accessed using special boarding areas and be waiting for passengers in areas of peak demand.

"A large proportion of the tram budget has nothing to do with trams," Mr Davies said. "It actually has to do with reinforcing the road bed and relocating the existing services underground." 

"If you suspend these things off poles, problem solved." 

Mr Davies conceded the untested system could face problems in construction and even cost overruns, but said the technology could also serve as a tourism attraction for the ACT. 

"Canberra used to be the testing ground for everything in Australia," Mr Davies said. "We were proud of that but now we are too risk averse." 

The ACT Government's Capital Metro Agency is expected to go to market for a public-private-partnership proposal for the 12km tram line after receiving a final business case in October. 

Under current plans, construction for light rail will begin in mid-2016, with passenger services to being by 2019 or 2020. 
Source..canberra times

Now, China plans new rail link close to Arunachal Pradesh

China will soon start construction of a new railway line in Tibet close to Arunachal Pradesh, even as another rail link bordering Sikkim is set to become operational next month, enhancing mobility of its military in the remote and strategic Himalayan region.

The step is set to counter New Delhi’s move to increase infrastructure in Arunachal Pradesh, which Beijing claims as south Tibet, academics told state media Thursday.

The new 254-km stretch will link Lhasa to Nyingchi in the east. Nyingchi is located right on top of Arunachal Pradesh, the nearest area to the border.

The new rail link is part of China’s ambitious Qinghai-Tibet railway project. The first link between Lhasa to Shigatse will become operational in August.

The headquarters of Beijing-backed 11th Panchen Lama Gyaincain Norbu is based in Shigatse, located close to the Sikkim border. The new stretches of railway — proudly called ‘closest stretch of railway to the sky’ by the Chinese — will help in “solving” border disputed between India and China.

“The railway, apart from boosting economic development, will contribute to solving border disputes between China and India in the South Tibet (AP) region,” state-run Global Times quoted observers as say.

Liu Zongyi, an expert of Indian studies with the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, said China’s “bargaining chips” will be increased “if people in the South Tibet (AP) region see better economic development in southwestern Tibet.”

“The growing railway network will increase Chinese activities in this area, balancing Indian moves,” Liu added.

Source..Hindustan Times

China plans railway to India, Nepal borders by 2020

Two workers walk along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway as they check the railway track in Dangxiong county of the Tibet Autonomous Region, April 20, 2007.

(Reuters) - China plans to extend a railway line linking Tibet with the rest of the country to the borders of India, Nepal and Bhutan by 2020 once an extension to a key site in Tibetan Buddhism opens, a state-run newspaper reported on Thursday.

China opened the railway to Tibet's capital Lhasa in 2006, which passes spectacular icy peaks on the Tibetan highlands, touching altitudes as high as 5,000 metres (16,400 feet) above sea level, as part of government efforts to boost development.

Critics of the railway, including exiled Tibetans and rights groups, say it has spurred an influx of long-term migrants who threaten Tibetans' cultural integrity, which rests on Buddhist beliefs and a traditional herding lifestyle.

The Global Times, published by the ruling Communist Party's official People's Daily, said that an extention to Shigatse, the traditional seat of Tibetan Buddhism's second-highest figure, the Panchen Lama, would formally open next month.

That link is scheduled for its own extension during the 2016-2020 period to two separate points, one on the border of Nepal and the other on the border with India and Bhutan, the newspaper cited Yang Yulin, deputy head of Tibet's railways, as saying, without providing details.

China has long mooted this plan, but the difficulty and expense of building in such a rugged and remote region has slowed efforts.

Tibet is a highly sensitive region, not just because of continued Tibetan opposition to Chinese control, but because of its strategic position next to India, Nepal and Myanmar.

The Chinese announcement coincides with a drive by India, under its new prime minister Narendra Modi, to consolidate its influence with its smaller neighbours.

Modi's foreign minister, Sushma Swaraj, heads to Nepal on Friday with a proposed pact to help develop the Himalayan country's hydro-electric power potential high on the agenda.

Modi, who made his first foreign trip as prime minister to Bhutan, is to visit Nepal next month. But Nepal's opposition Maoists are uneasy about the hydro-electric plan and say it could lock out China to the benefit of Indian companies.

India and China fought a brief border war in 1962 over the region at the eastern end of the Himalayas. The nuclear-armed neighbours signed a pact in October to ensure that differences on their shared border do not spark a confrontation.

India and China have competing claims over what India calls Arunachal Pradesh, which has been administered by India for decades and what China calls South Tibet. China's Communist army occupied Tibet in 1950. Nine years later, Tibet's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, fled to India after a failed uprising.

Make road, rail safety a priority, Congress tells Modi govt

New Delhi: Congress on Thursday strongly urged the government to accord priority to road and rail safety in the country even as it expressed sorrow over the accident in Telangana in which 16 schoolchildren lost their lives. 

Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi expressed deep sorrow over the incident in which 13 people, including 12 school children, were killed and 15 other children seriously injured when a train rammed into their bus at an unmanned railway crossing. 

Extending her condolences to the families of those killed in the mishap, Sonia Gandhi said that her prayers were with them in this moment and expressed the hope that all the necessary steps would be taken to ensure road and rail safety. 

Eighteen persons, including 16 children, were killed when a school bus collided with a train today at an unmanned railway crossing at Chegunta in Telangana's Medak district. 

In his message, the Congress Vice President said, "We must make rail and road safety a priority to ensure that such accidents do not take place and precious lives are not lost."

Chinese rail lines up to India border

China is planning the construction of two railway lines in Tibet that will extend up to the border with India and are expected to be completed by 2020, State media reported on Thursday.

The railway lines will run from the town of Shigatse, which next month will be connected to the Qinghai-Tibet railway line that extends to Lhasa. Traffic on the 254 km Lhasa-Shigatse line, which began to be built in 2010, will commence next month.

A top official of the Tibet Autonomous Region government said the railway line will be further extended during the 13th five year plan period (2016-2020), running to two regions near the border with India: Yatung, a trade centre close to Sikkim and Bhutan, and to Nyingchi in the east, near the Arunachal Pradesh border.

A third railway line will be build to Gyirong, where there is a trade and border checkpoint connecting Tibet’s Yatung county and Nepal.

The projects, Chinese experts said, will have both economic and strategic dimensions.

“It will accelerate transportation of the mineral products, which could only be transmitted through highways that often risk being cut off during rainy seasons or see vehicle turnovers,” Zhu Bin, an official of a mineral company, told the official People’s Daily.

The party-run Global Times quoted experts as saying the projects would also have an impact on the boundary dispute with India.

“The Indians have lately been working on adding infrastructure in the South Tibet region, in order to strengthen control,” Liu Zongyi, a scholar at the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, told the newspaper, referring to Arunachal Pradesh which China claims as “South Tibet”.

“They have been sensitive to how the Chinese government moves in the southwestern area of Tibet,” he said, adding that “the bargaining chips will be increased on the Chinese side if people in the South Tibet region see better economic development in southwestern Tibet.”

He told the Global Times that “the growing railway network will increase Chinese activities in this area, balancing Indian moves”.





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