Jun 25, 2015

Metro Station to make life easier for DU’s South Campus students

New Delhi: Come academic year 2016, students at Delhi University’s South Campus will not be able to use the excuse of bad traffic and poor connectivity for being late to class.

The South Campus of the university is not as accessible for students as the North Campus, which has had Metro connectivity for around 10 years now. But, with a Metro station under construction in front of Sri Venkateswara College, students will be able to travel between the two campuses in just 35 minutes.

“The South Campus station is placed at a very strategic location. We are expecting a ridership of 20,000 daily,” DMRC spokesperson Anuj Dayal said on Friday. He added that the Vishwavidalaya station, which caters to the North Campus, has a daily footfall of 25,000.

Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Auth plans Feasibility Study to extend Greater Noida Line upto Jewar

Greater Noida: In order to provide connectivity to the rapidly urbanizing area, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) is working on a feasibility plan to put the Metro on track up to Jewar.

The proposed 48- to 50-km Metro track is estimated to come at a cost of Rs 2,000 crore and will be aligned at the road level along the Yamuna Expressway.

According to officials, a proposal to prepare a techno economic feasibility report (TEFR) for the proposed project, which will run between Pari Chowk in Greater Noida and Jewar, will be sent to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) soon.

Indian Railways launches SMS based Alert Service for Cancelled Trains

New Delhi: Ministry of Railways has started yet another passenger friendly measure on pilot basis, under which SMS messages would be sent to passengers informing about train cancellation in case the train in which they have booked their tickets for is cancelled due to unavoidable circumstances. Under this pilot project, the SMS messages are being sent to those passengers who are boarding at originating station. At a later stage, this will be extended to cover enroute station also. This exclusive SMS based service has been commenced on all India basis.

The SMS will be sent to their respective mobile numbers entered by them in reservation slips while buying tickets from PRS counters or while purchasing online e-tickets. The cancellation information would be sent quite in advance to the passengers for their convenience so that it may help them plan alternative arrangement in time. To avail this facility, passengers are advised to invariably mention their mobile numbers on the reservation slips.

The software for this service has been developed by Center for Railway Information Systems (CRIS), the information technology (IT) arm of the Indian Railways.

Railways to award High Value Contracts in the Next 6 months: Suresh Prabhu

New Delhi: “We are focusing on adding capacity, modernising Railways. We will give out high value contracts for rail infra in the next 6 months,” he said. “Currently we are negotiating with various companies for funding rail capex,” Prabhu said. “We need to focus on infra sector for growth in India. Infra growth directly relates to GDP growth in India,” he added.

With a focus on long-term growth of India, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday said that his ministry is looking at $500 billion investment in Railways in the next 10-12 years.

According to Prabhu, “Railways has not grown considering low investments in the sector. Cargo and passenger traffic has suffered due to low investments,” he said. Prabhu stressed on the need to improve logistics support in India.

Railways to float Tenders to procure 200 MW Solar Energy in 2 months

Railways plans to install solar power plants of about 8.8 MW capacity at railway stations, railway office buildings and level crossing gates throughout the country under railway funding

New Delhi: Indian Railways will float tenders to procure at least 200 mega watt of solar energy in the next two months, a step which will promote use of non-conventional energy in its daily functioning.

Union Minister of State for Railways Manoj Kumar Sinha said the Centre is presently working out details of the plan. The tender is part of Railways’ plan to procure 1000 mega watt of solar energy over the next five years.

CRRC to strengthen participation in US Rail Transit Bidding Projects: Cui Dianguo, Chairman/CRRC Corp

Shanghai: CRRC Corporation chairman Cui Dianguo said at June 24 breakfast meeting of the China-US strategic and economic dialogue that the company would adhere to the principles of integrity and innovation and fulfill contracts while guaranteeing quality of projects; the company will continue to strengthen business development in the US and make contributions to biletral economic, trade and investment cooperaiton.

CRRC has sold products to almost 100 countries and territories across the world and has been gradually shifting from product exports to technology and capital exports and worldwide operation.

CRRC closely follows high-speed railway, railway and urban rail bidding projects in the US after winning Boston subway project in 2014.

China develops cutting-edge Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Electric-Machinery Traction System for High-Speed Rail

An illustration of a train equipped with the Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Electric-Machinery Traction System for High-Speed Rail

Beijing: After 10 million test runs, 100 million yuan (US$16.1 million), and over 11 years, the Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Research Institute (ZELRI) under the auspices of high-speed rail equipment manufacturer CRRC Corp has successfully developed the permanent-magnet synchronous electric-machinery traction system, giving the nation’s high-speed rail industry an extra edge.

The system was delivered on May 16 for use on the trains traveling the No. 1 subway route in Changsha, capital of Hunan province. Ding Rongjun, president of ZELRI and a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, said that the company has been able to turn out a 699 kW model for the new system, suited for use on a high-speed rail train with speeds of up to 500 km/h. This puts China in the same category with Germany, Japan and France as one of the few countries that possess such technology, said the report.

Indian Institute of Science tests Solar Panels atop Chennai-Coimbatore Shatabdi Exp

Chennai: An IISc team on Wednesday conducted a trial run of solar panels installed atop a special coach of the Coimbatore Shatabdi Express. Commenting on the experiment, Dr Sheela Ramasesha of IISc said, “A scientific analysis is necessary to prove the feasibility of such trains and frame guidelines.”

For the trials, the special sleeper class LHB coach was fitted with two flexible solar panels of 180 Watt each, matching the exact curved shape of the coach rooftops, at the ICF. Research fellows M Shravanth Vasisht and Vashishta Ademane travelled with the equipment to record the real-time data of solar power generated every minute.
The solar panel installed atop a coach

Shatabdi was chosen as it moves at a high speed and has few stops. “A pyranometer — which measures the solar irradiance on the panels — and a vibration sensor have also been installed on the coach,” said Shravanth. He has been assigned to the ICF to monitor the fabrication of the panels.

China to link Xinjiang with total of 100 railway lines to link with rest of China provinces

Xinjiang: A total of 100 railway lines will link Xinjiang to the rest of China this year, which is expected to bring 100,000 more visitors to the autonomous region, local tourism authorities and China Railway Group jointly announced on Wednesday.

So far there are 23 rail lines connecting Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region with 16 major cities in China, such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. China Railway Group said it will increase such lines to 100 as the country promotes silk road-themed travel this year.

More than 7.2 million domestic tourists visited Xinjiang during the first quarter of this year, up 9.29% from the same period a year ago, according to official data.

The autonomous region saw 49.5 million tourists last year, a 4.9% decline due to a string of terrorist attacks in the same period.

Unions’ should not Derail the Process of Rail Reforms; Let the Government take Historic Decision atleast Now!

It will be the first “reform-oriented” government assumed charge at the Centre, and Suresh Prabhu will be the first Railway Minister with a reputation for reforms in backdrop of the deliberations of yet another ‘High Powered Committee’ headed by Bibek Debroy that is after that seemingly endless quest: “How to ‘reform’ the Indian Railways?”

There is no bigger controversial and emotionally charged subject associated with reforms in the Railways than the ‘P’ word. The arguments at both ends of the spectrum are often ideologically driven, dogmatic and ill-informed. The sheer number of reports and policy prescriptions that have emerged over the last few decades as to what ails the Indian Railways and what needs to be done to set things right should make one wonder why nothing substantial is being done to change things if the remedies are so obvious for the last more than two decades. And, the so called ‘policy-makers’ so easily allowed Railways to ruin by itself day by day, with no remedy or corrective action taken. What does it speaks about? Clearly the problems lies with the decision makers of previous governments. However the so called key influential groups i.e. Trade Unions also ensured that their job is to oppose any reforms in the Railways and raise heavy slogans, but when it comes to corrective steps for healthy Railway system, these Unions were silent. Why?

Maoists blew up the Railway Track in Chhipadohar for want of RPF’s Heckler Weapons

Ranchi (RNC): Maoists engineered a mild explosion last night on railway tracks in Chhipadohar (CPDR) in Latehar district, during their 24-hour bandh, in the hope that the Railway police would rush in and be welcomed by high-intensity blasts and get on with the Heckler Weapons from the Railway police, but the forces side-stepped this trap.

What the police did was not take the special patrol train, which the rebels expected them to, but walk stealthily through Chhipadohar jungles from both ways, including a walk from four different directions within the jungle, and surround them, said ADG (Operations) and police spokesperson S.N.Pradhan.

“After the blast, the rebels asked railway employees why the police were not coming on a patrol special train. When the police arrived on foot, the waiting rebels, caught unawares, simply fled,” Pradhan said.

Railways comes out with Heavy Discounts in Empty-flow direction, announces ‘Automatic Freight Rebate Scheme’

Move targeted at grabbing more traffic from road sector. Railways to utilise empty freight rakes by offering rebate to customers. Move aims at garnering additional revenue from freight traffic. There will be no delays, no processing and no waiting. It will be as easy as hailing an auto-rickshaw on the road.

New Delhi: Taking the cue from flash sales by airlines to sell off their empty seats, Indian Railways has decided to utilise the 46,000 rakes that run empty every year after dropping off the freight.

Starting from Thursday, railways will start a freight scheme offering incentives to customers to carry load in the traditional empty flow direction. Railway officials said it is a simple scheme whereby automatic rebates will be offered to customers over-the-counter. Everything is computerised.

Bio-Diesel Dispensing Unit to run Railway Engines at Haldia Port inaugurated

Haldia (HLZ): Inaugurating the bio-diesel dispensing unit at Haldia Dock Complex on Wednesday, Union minister of road transport, highways and shipping Nitin Gadkari said that the government is working on the standards for bio-diesel usage. “In a couple of months, new standards will be in place,” he said.
With this plant, Haldia Port becomes the first green port in the country which will use bio-diesel to run its railway engines, trucks and other vehicles. The minister later visited Emami Agrotech Plant at Haldia, the oldest and biggest bio-diesel plant in eastern India. Emami Agrotech, with its production capacity of 1.2 million tonnes of bio-diesel, will supply the requisite bio-diesel to the port.

Union Shipping and Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari with S Chaturvedi, President of Bio-Diesel Association, unveiling locomotives that can run on bio-diesel at Haldia on Wednesday

But the minister spoke of a much bigger picture. “By the current standard, B20 (20% bio-fuel mixed with 80% normal diesel) can be used in every vehicle. But we have run vehicles on B100. The result is very encouraging. We have asked Automobile Research Association of India (ARAI) for similar tests. Even their test results are encouraging. Bureau of Indian Standard (BSI) is also working on it. The state transport undertakings (STUs) are the first to run their fleet on bio-diesel. Even the agriculture sector will greatly benefit if farmers start using biodiesel at Rs 8-10 less than the price of diesel.”

In response, Aditya Agarwal, director of Emami Group, said, “With the support from the Union government for bio-diesel, we are planning to up our ante with advanced resources and development to maximize the manufacturing.”

“In fact B50, B80 or even B100 worked wonders for tractors. They not only made agriculture cost-efficient, but made engines more robust, with least pollution. Fossil-fuel fumes are leaving the nation diseased. Moreover, the job potential is huge. I am also for exploring other innovative ways. Nagpur Municipality earns Rs 18 crore from sewage water as methane can be extracted from it. This is bio-CNG. Nearly 100 buses are already running on bio-CNG in Nagpur. Why cannot other municipalities follow it? It is simplest way of turning your waste into wealth,” he said.

JICA presents Draft Report on High-speed Train to Railways Joint Committee

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), which has undertaken the feasibility study for a high-speed railway system on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route, today presented the draft report to the Indian Railways joint monitoring committee here

New Delhi: The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), which has undertaken the feasibility study for a high-speed railway system on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route, today presented the draft report to the Indian Railways joint monitoring committee here.

A joint monitoring committee has been set up comprising the Railways Ministry, Finance Ministry and External Affairs Ministry and Planning Commission now NITI Ayog from India with their Japanese counterparts.

Centre clears implementation of Eastern & Western DFC projects at a revised cost of Rs.81459 Crore

New Delhi: The government on Wednesday cleared the implementation of eastern and western dedicated freight corridor (DFC) projects at a revised cost of Rs 81,459 crore, as delays in implementation and a steep rise in land cost has escalated the estimates three times.

The centre will invest Rs 26,674 crore to set up the 1,839 km-long eastern DFC from Ludhiana to Dankuni near Kolkata and Rs 46,178 crore on the 1,499 km western corridor from Dadri in western Uttar Pradesh to Jawaharlal Nehru Port, Mumbai.

The cabinet committee on economic affairs (CCEA), chaired by prime minister Narendra Modi, approved the revised cost for the projects that will be used for exclusive movement of merchandise goods for both domestic and export markets. The government did not cite any reason for near tripling of the project cost.

Kashmir rail link project to be finished by 2020: Manoj Sinha

New Delhi: Indian Railways will stick to its old alignment of route between Katra and Banihal section of Kashmir rail link project, the deadline for which has been extended to 2020, Minister of State for Railways Manoj Kumar Sinha said here today.

Railway officials have claimed that the arch bridge on the river Chenab connecting Katra and Banihal will be higher than Eiffel Tower.

The decision to stick to the old alignment of connecting Katra and Banihal via the bridge was taken unanimously by Railway Board, which also examined a report by a committee headed by Metro Man E Sreedharan which had suggested an alternate alignment, said Sinha, who laid foundation stone for two pillars of the bridge.

Heavy rains in Kashmir bring trains to a halt – Banihal-Qazigund rail service suspended

Srinagar: The heavy rainfall has caused flooding of tracks leading to the suspension of rail services between Banihal area of Jammu and Qazigund belt of Kashmir Valley, rail officials said. Kashmir is on flood alert after the Jhelum crossed the danger mark earlier on Wednesday. Rail service between Banihal and Qazigund was suspended on Thursday after railway track was damaged by water logging near Hillar. Over one dozen landslides and shooting stone incidents blocked the highway after heavy overnight rains, reports said.

Modi reviews progress of Jammu-Baramulla Rail Link project through Video Conferencing

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today reviewed the progress of the Jammu-Baramulla rail link project and directed the Railway Board to remove all hurdles in its timely completion.

Modi reviewed the development of the Jammu-Baramulla rail link during his fourth monthly video conference under his pro-active Governance and Timely Implementation (PRAGATI) initiative, with Union Secretaries of various Ministries and Chief Secretaries of States, an official spokesman said here. State Chief Secretary Iqbal Khandey also took part in the video conference, he said.

“The Prime Minister in respect of Jammu and Kashmir reviewed the progress of Jammu-Udhampur-Srinagar-Baramulla Rail Link Project. He directed the Chairman of Railway Board, A K Mittal, to remove all bottlenecks in the timely completion of the prestigious project,” the spokesman said.

Hatia-Kolkata train renamed as Kriya Yoga Exp

Ranchi (RNC): The South Eastern Railway (SER) has re-named an express train between Ranchi and Howrah to mark the first ever International Yoga Day, held on June 21. It is apparently the first train to be rechristened “Kriya Yoga Express” by the national transporter to mark the International Yoga Day. The decision was taken one day after the International Yoga Day which saw Prime Minister Narendra Modi leading yoga drills with 35,000 others at Rajpath in New Delhi on Sunday.

“We received orders from the SER headquarters in Kolkata to rename the train with immediate effect on Tuesday. The train rolled out with its new name on Tuesday night,” Neeraj Kumar, the Senior Divisional Commercial Manager of Ranchi division told. The express, which shuttles 421 km everyday, is one of the oldest express trains connecting Ranchi with Kolkata.

DRM/Raipur participates in Cleanliness Drive

Raipur: Divisional Railway Manager (DRM), Raipur, Rajeev Saxena inspected the cleanliness drive being undertaken as part of ‘Swacchta Abhiyan’ (Cleanliness Drive) in the divisional office.The DRM inspected the godown and other locations in the DRM office and called upon employees to maintain hygiene and cleanliness at their workplace.Notably, a special cleanliness drive has been undertaken by South East Central Railway (SECR) under which elaborate cleanliness work is being carried out around Railway offices, parking lots and toilets.

The useless furniture, electronic machines kept in the offices are also being disposed off as per rules.Railway officials informed that useless files and documents will be disposed off as per law.Apart from DRM Office, similar cleanliness drive is being undertaken in all offices of Raipur division including C&W office Raipur, Durg, Bhilai, Tilda, Bhatapara, Diesel Loco-shed, Electric Loco-shed, Railway Reservation Centre Raipur and other locations.

Complete first-phase of Lucknow Metro by Oct 2016, says U.P. Chief Secretary

Lucknow (LKO): The Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh, Alok Ranjan has directed to ensure metro rail facility in Lucknow by completing the first phase of the project by October 31, 2016. He said that lack of funds would not deter implementation of Lucknow Metro rail project. He directed Avas Vikas Parishad, Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) and UP State Industrial Development Corporation (UPSIDC) to contribute Rs 120 crores, Rs 40 crores and Rs 30 crores respectively to Lucknow Metro as soon as possible.

Issuing directions regarding health infrastructure projects, the Chief Secretary said that along with completing construction of 100-bed maternity wing and 100-bed hospital buildings within the set timeframe, necessary action should be initiated for procurement of required equipment and creation of posts to ensure that general public could be provided with medical services by operationalizing these hospitals soon after the construction was completed. The Chief Secretary was presiding over the review meeting of Project Monitoring Group on Wednesday.

Chennai-Bangalore Shatabdi gets another coach

Chennai (MAS): Considering the high patronage for the Chennai-Bangalore Shatabdi Express, the railways has decided to add an extra AC chair car to the train from October 1.

“Train No 12028/12027 Bangalore-Chennai Central-Bangalore Shatabdi Express trains will be permanently augmented by one AC chair car from October 1,” said a press release. Capacity of some other trains have also been increased.

Train No 16517/16518 Bangalore-Kannur-Bangalore Express trains will have an additional sleeper class coach from Bangalore starting October 1, and from Kannur starting October 2. Train No 16523/16524 Bangalore-Karwar-Bangalore Express trains will be permanently augmented with a sleeper class coach from Bangalore starting October 1, and from Karwar starting October 2. Train No 22815/22816 Bilaspur-Ernakulam Junction-Bilaspur Weekly Express trains will have an additional sleeper class coach from Bilaspur starting June 29, and from Ernakulam junction starting July 1.

West Bengaluru to hop on to Metro by July-end

BENGALURU: Manoj P Akkol, a student from Nayandahalli, will now reach college a tad faster. "I can take the Metro from the Mysore Road terminal and reach Magadi Road in 15 minutes. From there I can walk to Majestic bus station, board a bus and get to class in less than 20 minutes. Often, I've missed lectures because of traffic snarls on Mysore Road. Now, I'll save one precious hour of my day," said the student of RC College on Palace Road. 

Residents of west Bengaluru can soon enjoy the Metro ride. BMRC will open the Magadi-Mysore Road stretch amid the heat and dust of the BBMP elections. 

Residents of Magadi Road, Vijayanagar, Deepanjali Nagar, Attiguppe, Nagarbhavi and Mysore Road can avail the service. 

However, citizens will be able to travel from east to west Bengaluru only after the Majestic station opens.

"Finishing touches will take about a week. We will send a safety certification request to the commissioner for Metro rail safety by the end of the week," said BMRC MD Pradeep Singh Kharola. Safety certification is the last step before the line is thrown open for public use; sources said that is expected to take about a fortnight. "We will be able to connect the east-west corridor (Byappanahalli to Mysore Road) through Majestic by the year-end," officials said.
source - TOI

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Approval of Revised Cost Estimate (RCE) of Eastern and Western Dedicated Freight Corridor Project

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has given its approval for the revised cost estimate of Rs. 81,459 crore for the Eastern and Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) Project, including land costs and financing plan.

The revised cost estimate of Rs. 81,459 crore comprises of construction cost of Rs. 73,392 crore of the Eastern and Western DFC (Eastern DFC - Rs. 26,674 crore and Western DFC- Rs. 46,178 crore). The land acquisition cost will be Rs. 8,067 crore. This excludes the cost of the 534 kms Sonnagar- Dankuni section proposed to be implemented through the Public Private Partnership (PPP) route. 

Out of the total requirement of Rs. 81,459 crore for the Eastern and Western DFC project, Rs. 76,143 crore funding will be required during project construction, as interest during construction of Rs. 5,316 crore for the Western DFC would need to be paid by the Ministry of Railways to the Ministry of Finance, after the moratorium period of 10 years. Rs. 52,347 crore would flow from debt from JICA and World Bank. Equity requirement from the Ministry of Railways (including land) for the project is Rs. 23,796 crore.

The Eastern and Western DFC passes through the States of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan.

The Eastern and Western DFC project will add substantial transportation capacity, help in reducing unit cost of transportation and would provide efficient transportation services to benefit power houses, mines, ports, trade and industry and the container sector. It will benefit the environment as traffic from road will move to rail resulting in reduction in 457 million tonnes of CO2 over a 30 year period. The Eastern DFC is expected to carry 153 million tonne of traffic in 2021-22, which will increase to 251 million tonne in 2036-37. The Western DFC is expected to carry 161 million tonnes of traffic in 2021-22, which will increase to 284 million tonnes in 2036-37.





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