Aug 19, 2014

RAILWAY PLANS TO RUN WEEKLY FESTIVAL SPECIAL TRAINS (24 TRIPS)

For the convenience of rail passengers and to clear extra rush during festive season, Railways have decided to run Puja Special train Nos. 03517/03518 Asansol– Anand Vihar Trml. weekly (superfast) special and 03113/03114 Kolkata – New Delhi superfast special (via Dankuni) as per the following programme :
 03517/03518 Asansol– Anand Vihar Weekly (Superfast) Puja Special train
        The 03517 Asansol– Anand Vihar Trml. weekly (superfast) special train will depart from Asansol o­n 26/09, 3/10, 10/10, 17/10, 24/10 & 31/10/2014 (6 trips) o­n every Friday at 10.30 a.m. to reach Anand Vihar at 07.10 a.m. the next day.In the return direction, the 03518 Anand Vihar Trml.- Asansol weekly (superfast) special train will depart from Anand Viharat 09.30 a.m. o­n 27/09, 4/10, 11/10, 18/10, 25/10 & 01/11/2014 (6 trips) o­n every Saturday to reach Asansol at 6.30 a.m. the next day.
          Consisting ofOne AC 2-tier, two AC 3-tier, thirteen sleeper class, five general class & two disabled friendly 2ndclass cum luggage van coaches, the 03517/03518 Asansol– Anand Vihar Trml. weekly (superfast) special will stop at Dhanbad, N.S.C.B. Gomoh, Parasnath, Koderma, Gaya, Dehri-on-sone, Bhabua Road, Mughalsarai, Allahabad & Kanpur stations enroute in both the directions.
 03113/03114 Kolkata – New Delhi superfast Pujaspecial (via Dankuni)
        The 03113 Kolkata – New Delhi superfast special (via Dhankuni) will depart from Kolkata o­n 28/09, 5/10, 12/10, 19/10, 26/10 & 02/11/2014 (6 trips) o­n every Sunday at 11.55 p.m. to reach New Delhi at 10.30 p.m. the next day.In the return direction, the 03114 New Delhi – Kolkata superfast special (via Dankuni) will depart from New Delhi at 11.45 p.m. o­n 29/09, 6/10, 13/10, 20/10, 27/10 & 03/11/2014 (6 trips) o­n every Monday to reach Kolkata at 10.45 p.m. the next day.
         Consisting ofOne AC 2-tier, two AC 3-tier, six sleeper class, six general class & two disabled friendly 2nd class cum luggage van coaches, the 03113/03114 Kolkata – New Delhi superfast special (via Dhankuni) will stop at Bardhaman, Durgapur, Asansol, Dhanbad, Gaya, Mughalsarai, Allahabad & Kanpur stations enroute in both the directions.
Source - nr.indianrailways

अब आउटर पर खड़ी नहीं रहेंगी राज्यरानी, मालवा समेत 12 ट्रेन

भोपाल | आगामी दो महीनों में राज्यरानी, विंध्याचल, मालवा एक्सप्रेस सहित एक दर्जन मेल-एक्सप्रेस और पैसेंजर गाड़ियों को निशातपुरा आउटर पर खड़ा रखने की जरूरत नहीं पड़ेगी। इन गाड़ियों को सीधे भोपाल स्टेशन के प्लेटफॉर्मों पर पहुंचाया जाएगा। हबीबगंज से बीना के बीच बिछाई जा रही तीसरी रेलवे लाइन के सूखी सेवनियां-भदभदा सेक्शन के शुरू होते ही यह समस्या दूर हो जाएगी। यह सेक्शन तैयार हो चुका है। कमिश्नर रेलवे सेफ्टी की जांच बाकी है।

रेलवे ने तीसरी लाइन के अंतर्गत आने वाले इस 21 किमी लंबे सेक्शन को शुरू करने की अनुमति कमिश्नर रेलवे सेफ्टी (सीआरएस) से मांगी है। यदि सबकुछ समय पर हुआ तो अक्टूबर के दूसरे पखवाड़े में सीआरएस की अनुमति के बाद इस सेक्शन को नवंबर के पहले या दूसरे सप्ताह में शुरू कर दिया जाएगा। पश्चिम-मध्य रेलवे के मुख्य जनसंपर्क अधिकारी पीयूष माथुर का कहना है कि यह सेक्शन पूरी तरह तैयार किया जा चुका है। सीआरएस की अनुमति मिलते ही इसे शुरू कर लिया जाएगा। इससे ट्रेनों को आउटर पर खड़े रखने की समस्या काफी हद तक दूर हो सकेगी।
Source - press note

Jodhpur-Ramdevra-Jodhpur Mela Special Train


Indian Railways inaugurated fourth packaged water facility


Indian Railways inaugurated fourth packaged water facility

The Railway Minister, on 13 August, 2014, inaugurated a packaged drinking water bottle plant at Ambernath in the suburbs of Mumbai.

The project, which is valued at Rs 23.5 crore, is the fourth facility for Indian Railways with a production capacity of two lakh bottles a day.

IRCTC had first set up such a plant in Delhi in 2003 and later at Danapur in Patna and Palur in Chennai. The Ambarnath plant, which is the first plant for Railways in Western region, will have the largest capacity as three other plants have a total capacity of 3.8 lakh bottles a day.

Indian Railways manufactures and supplies packaged drinking water to its passengers under the brand name 'Rail Neer' through its subsidiary Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC).

The ministry of Railways has sanctioned twelve more plants to be set up all over India on public-private-partnership basis.
Source - printweek

Indian Railways to set up four universities in India over five years: Railway minister

MANGALORE: Hunt for trained manpower in all aspects of function of Indian Railways will manifest itself through railway universities to be set up in all four corners of India. While the maiden railway budget that Union railway minister D V Sadananda Gowda presented, spoke of one such Railway University, the minister has plans to set up one such university in our parts of India in a phased manner over the next five years. 

With an employee strength of 13.5-lakhs, Indian railways spends huge amount on re-orienting manpower it absorbs to suit the needs of the national transporter. Even members of the railway board, who are technical experts in their respective areas, pitch for more funds for their project and somewhere the vision of integrated development of railways is lost, Gowda said at a meet the press programme organised by DKWJA here on Saturday. 

With this in mind, the railway ministry post the presentation of the railway budget has approached ministry of human resources development seeking guidelines for establishment of a dedicated railway university, Gowda said, adding the idea for such an institution came from none other than 'Metro Man' E Sreedharan. Graduates coming out of railway universities will have assurance of getting absorbed in to the system as all-rounders, he said.
Source - TOI

'Q Trains' carrying police to be deployed to tackle rail vandals

Police are launching a crackdown on trespassers, thieves and vandals on Britain's rail network by bringing Q Trains used during the 1980s out of retirement
The Q Trains will carry police officers who can leap out to tackle trespassers as part of an undercover operation to target crime hotspots on the rail network. 
Dummy commuter trains carrying police officers have been hauled out of retirement to tackle increasing numbers of yobs and vandals on Britain's railways.
The Q Trains will carry police officers who can leap out to tackle trespassers as part of an undercover operation to target crime hotspots on the rail network.

Network Rail will unveil annual figures on Thursday on how much attacks on track and rolling stock are costing the national tax payer.
Q Trains were first deployed in the 1980s. They look like normal service trains but are loaded with police who leap off to tackle yobs and vandals.

Network Rail said they were rarely used now following a switch to fast response cars stationed by the tracks.

But a summer-long purge dubbed Operation Intruder has seen the return of the dummy trains on route crime hotspots.

British Transport Police say hundreds of children and young adults - up to 14 a day - risk their lives and those of rail passengers and staff every year by trespassing.

More than half are aged 14 and 25 and the lighter evenings saw a surge in crimes such as vandalism.

Between April and June, this year BTP recorded almost 2,400 trespass incidents, of which almost 1,300 involved people aged 25 or younger.

Transport police have teamed up with other police forces and the rail industry, including the use of helicopters, to spot trouble-makers.

Chief Inspector Tom Naughton said: "Children and young adults need to understand the dangers of the railways.

"While taking trespassers through the courts remains open to BTP, the main focus of this campaign is prevention - stopping people getting on the track in the first place.

"Our officers have already visited a number of schools to warn children, face-to-face, of the dangers of straying onto the railway.

"We need parents to play their part, too - making children aware of how dangerous a place the railway can be."

The crackdown was launched in response to a number of serious incidents. In Warwickshire, a 16-year-old boy suffered serious burns at Rugby when he made contact with overhead power lines while playing with friends.

A train near Ilkeston in Derbyshire hit a concrete block on the track. Police believe it was put there by a group of children seen nearby. Luckily, no-one was injured.

The movements of Q Trains are being kept under wraps by Network Rail. But they are known to have operated in Nottingham, second worst rail crime hotspot in the East Midlands after Derby.

Across the whole East Midlands patch, there were 41 incidents last year; and 33 this year.

Easter last year in Nottingham saw five incidents, and four this year; two at Radford Junction (trespass), one at Mill Lane, and one in Beeston.

Local Network Rail Community Safety Manager Liz Reedy said: "We've seen a slight improvement but these are no grounds for complacency.

"Our work will continue to help keep people safe on the railways."

A Network Rail spokesman said: "As ever, Q Trains are one of the tools we use with British Transport Police and train operators to discourage trespass and other criminal behaviour on the railway - but we don't tend to publicise their use."
Source..telegraph

Rail Minister ignores plea, Tannisandra station shut

The existing railway station in Tannisandra
Bengaluru: Railway Minister Sadanand Gowda’s constituency has been waiting for over 10 years now for the Tannisandra Railway Station to be reopened. In fact an RTI reply has failed to cite any reasons for its closure. At a time when the city is demanding commuter rail and the metro phase 2 work is going to start soon and create a traffic problem, it becomes important to open these small halt stations for the public, say activists.

Anil Agarwal, Divisional Railway Manager of South Western Railway, Bangalore Division says, “Tannisandra was a passenger halt station and had direct broad gauge in 1982. However, the services were stopped since July 1, 2002 for passenger trains. At present there is no proposal to upgrade or to reopen it. Earlier there were two trains but later those trains were shifted to Yesyanthpur as there was no passenger traffic. We cannot stop the mail express trains there now as they stop at Yelahanka station.”

The RTI report made available to Deccan Chronicle reveals that Tannisandra Railway Station, which is 6.4 kms from Yelahanka, is not open for passenger traffic and the reasons for the closure cannot be ascertained as the subject file is not traceable.Sanjeev Dyamannavar, who filed the RTI query, points out, “There was a train service running from Kolar via Chikballapur, Devanahalli, Whitefield up to Bangerpet but suddenly it was stopped. It has been quite some time now but they have not restored it. Why did they discontinue the services? 

“Earlier. this area was not under BBMP, but after the area came under the corporation there is a demand for better connectivity to the city.”Today the areas in and around Tannisandra have many residential layouts, educational institutions and IT parks like Manyata. In fact, the traffic is also increasing with each passing day. Sanjeev adds, “In such a scenario we need other modes of communication. The only option for the students and the labour class here is the bus. By train the travel time between Tannisandra and Whitefield is only 15 minutes. The whole section until KR puram is not connected by train. BDA too is developing Arkavathy Layout, and then if the metro comes the traffic will create a problem. Besides, it will take another 8-10 years for the work to get over.” 

He added, “On one hand Krishnadevaraya station was inaugurated at South Mysore because of the demand, on the other hand, a station which exists on the map remains nonfunctional and the irony is that the area comes under the railway minister himself. Not that he will have to sanction a new station, just keep the station on active mode.”

Activists also feel funds should not be a problem as they can be raised from different sources and from various IT companies under their CSR activities. It is not the funds that are a hurdle but the attitude of the railway authorities and the minister.
Source..deccan chronicle

Rail fare increase for 2015 to be revealed



Labour warns rail fares in the UK are some of the most expensive in Europe

Rail passengers will learn on Tuesday how much their fares will go up by in January next year, amid protests about the high cost of tickets.

The rise is set by adding 1% to July's figure for Retail Prices Index (RPI) inflation, due to be announced later.

It will take the total increase in fares to about 25% since the coalition came into power in 2010, says the Campaign for Better Transport (CBT).

Labour said rail fares in the UK were already among the highest in Europe.

The rise includes season tickets. Most season tickets are "regulated" - that is, prices are set by the government.

Michael Roberts, director general of the Rail Delivery Group, said that although rail fares had increased above inflation for a decade, the number of passengers had seen "phenomenal growth".

"Compared with fifteen years ago, we're now carrying twice as many passengers as we did then," he said, but added that rail services were partly a "victim of that success" because there was now overcrowding on some major services.

However, he said that the level of customer satisfaction with the railways had "steadily increased", and that an EU-wide customer survey had shown UK passengers were among the most satisfied in Europe.

Money raised from fare increases would be re-invested in rail infrastructure, a rail expert said.

Rail journalist Philip Haigh said that although the government raises more money through fare prices, it is then put back into the network.

'Inflation-busting fares'

If RPI stays at its June 2014 level of 2.6%, fares will increase by about 3.6%.

But under a "flex" rule, train companies can raise fares by 2% above the average, as long as the overall average stays at RPI plus 1%, so some fares could increase by 5.6% next year.

The CBT said that since 2010, wages had risen by 6.9%, while fares had risen by 24%.

Last year the government capped regulated rail fares to rise in line with inflation.

However, shadow minister for transport Mary Creagh said: "David Cameron has failed to stand up for working people struggling with the cost-of-living crisis.

"He's allowed train companies to sting passengers with inflation-busting fare rises of over 20% since 2010, costing them hundreds of pounds."

'Priced off' trains

She said the Conservatives had "botched" the privatisation of the railways.

During a speech in London later, Ms Creagh will add: "Our rail fares are among the highest in Europe. Rail passengers rightly feel ripped off when they are uncertain if they paid the lowest fare."

She said Labour would impose a "strict cap" on rail fares, removing the "flex" arrangement.

Public transport campaigner at CBT Martin Abrams said the cost of taking the train to work had become a "huge part" of living costs.
He added: "If the government doesn't put an end to above-inflation fare increases quickly, ordinary commuters will be priced off the train and could be forced into agonising decisions, such as moving house or quitting their jobs."
Source..BBC

Labour and transport campaigners step up rail fares fight as prices rise again



Commuters face a further drain on their income when rail fares rise again. Photograph: Johnny Green

Labour and transport campaigners will step up their challenge to the railway system as the full extent of planned fare rises for 2015 is revealed on Tuesday, with some fares expected to rise by as much as 6%.

Campaigners have demanded action to tackle above-inflation fare increases, pointing out that ticket prices are rising nearly four times faster than wages and average fares will have risen 25% under the coalition government.

Regulated train fares are pegged to July's inflation figure and capped at RPI+1% – although train operators may raise fares on some routes by an extra 2%. The flex rule means some fares could rise by 5.6% if RPI follows economists' predictions – and could add more than £300 to the cost of annual season tickets on the most expensive commuter routes. The average rise will be 3-4%.

Cumulatively, prices will have gone up almost 25% during the current parliament, while average wages have risen by 6.9%. According to the Campaign for Better Transport commuters are spending up to a fifth of their income on season tickets.

Commuters in Greater Manchester and parts of Yorkshire will also face further expense from next month when Northern Rail introduces evening peak periods when it will charge the highest fares.

Martin Abrams, of the Campaign for Better Transport, said: "With people's wages stagnating, and in some cases falling, the expense of taking the train to work has become a huge part of living costs. If the government doesn't put an end to above-inflation fare increases quickly, ordinary commuters will be priced off the train and could be forced into agonising decisions such as moving house or quitting their jobs." Labour will seize on the fare rise to highlight what it terms "the choice" voters have on railways. Although the opposition has not pledged a freeze, Mary Creagh, the shadow transport secretary, will use a speech to engineers in London to warn that prices could rise by a further 24% by 2018 under Tory plans.

Creagh said: "David Cameron has failed to stand up for working people struggling with the cost-of-living crisis. He's allowed train companies to sting passengers with inflation-busting fare rises of over 20%.

"We can't go on like this. The choice facing passengers is between fares rising another 24% by 2018 under the Tories, or a Labour government which will cap annual fares on every route and enact the biggest railway reforms since the Tories' botched privatisation, delivering a better deal for passengers and taxpayers."

Labour said it would abolish the flex – although much of the sting for commuters was taken out last year when George Osborne cut the train operators' flexibility to an additional 2% rather than 5%. The chancellor also limited overall rises for 2014 to RPI rather than RPI+1%. Fares rose above inflation under the flex rule on two of the 20 busiest commuter routes.

Labour has also pledged to create a legal right for passengers to be sold the cheapest available ticket for their journey, after rail regulators' warnings that passengers are often confused and pay over the odds.Shadow transport secretary Mary Creagh will criticise rate rises in a speech to engineers. Photograph: Ray Tang/Rex

Creagh will also promise to "ease the pressure on farepayers by passing on the savings from our reforms". While stopping short of unions' calls for renationalisation, Labour is to allow public sector companies to bid to run rail lines, and will create a rail authority, a "single guiding mind to plan investment and services", bringing Network Rail together with a representative passenger rail organisation. The new body would contract routes, coordinate services and oversee stations, fares and ticketing.

The transport secretary, Patrick McLoughlin, accused Labour of trying to rewrite its record, and said abolishing the flex would cost £100m.

He said: "The last Labour government oversaw year after year of inflation-busting fare rises – a mammoth 11% in their last full year.

"We fully recognise there's more to do to bring down the cost of rail travel in Britain. But we need to do it responsibly and we can't spend money we don't have. What Labour are proposing today is an uncosted spending commitment that would mean over £100m more government borrowing."

Rail unions and the TUC's action for rail campaign will mark Tuesday's inflation figures with protests at more than 40 train stations across the country. The TUC general secretary, Frances O'Grady, said: "It's grim news for commuters that they face yet another year of fare hikes above inflation, while their wages keep dragging behind inflation. The cost to passengers of the failed privatisation of our railways keeps growing year on year. We've ended up with slower trains and higher fares than countries who have kept their trains in public hands."

Mick Whelan, general secretary of Aslef, the train drivers' union, said privatisation had left "a fragmented system which is all about making a private profit at public expense". The rail industry's body, the Rail Delivery Group, withheld comment.

A recent Passenger Focus survey showed only 45% of passengers believed their train service provides value for money.
Source..the guardian

Naveen urges PM to upgrade rail infra for Nabakalebar

Ahead of the Nabakalebar festival of Puri Jagannath Temple in July 2015, which is likely to witness a huge congregation of tourists, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to augment rail infrastructure to cope up with the projected surge in traffic during the festival.

Patnaik has stressed on augmenting line capacity on the Cuttack-Bhubaneswar-Khurda-Puri rail line and providing enhanced passenger amenities at Bhubaneswar and Puri railway stations. Since most of the trains approaching Puri from northern and eastern directions pass through the busy Cuttack-Baranga-Bhubaneswar-Khurda section, the Railways had sanctioned the third line for Khurda-Bhubaneswar-Barang and approved a double line between Barang and Khurda. Both these projects were sanctioned in 2003-04.

While work on the third line between Khurda and Bhubaneswar has been completed, that on the Bhubaneswar-Barang (16 km) stretch is pending. Also, work on doubling of the Barang-Khurda rail link is yet to be completed.

In addition, the state government had sent a proposal to the Railway Board for construction of 1.3 km by-pass line costing around Rs 20 crore, avoiding Khurda Road junction. The bypass would ensure that trains approaching Puri from South can directly go to Puri without detention at Khurda station and subsequent reversal of engine. Patnaik has called for stepping up work on these projects on a priority basis to ensure their completion before July 2015.

Keeping in view the Nabakalebar festival, East Coast Railway (ECoR) has proposed to construct a big Yatri Mela shed at Puri. Construction of two additional platforms is underway at Bhubaneswar station.

ECoR has also proposed a modern station at Bhubaneswar with increased area for passenger amenities at a cost of Rs 80 crore. The Odisha government has agreed to provide Rs 40 crore for this project. Patnaik rued that work relating to modernisation of the Bhubaneswar railway station has not been included in the Railway Budget for 2014-15.
Source..business-standard

 

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