Aug 16, 2016

Reforms In Functioning of Railways:


In order to provide greater focus in key areas, new cross-functional directorates have been created in the Ministry of Railways and areas of work allocated to Members in the Railway Board have been distributed and re-designated on business lines/functional lines. These changes have been made to bring about overall improvement in functioning in identified mission areas including in the areas pertaining to passenger facilities in areas such as mobility of trains, cleanliness and environment. Conceptualization of the schemes reforms/changes in existing systems and processes for providing improved facilities to passengers and its implementation is a continuous and ongoing process. Certain facilities are provided at the time of construction of new stations based on anticipated traffic. The facilities are further augmented from time to time with growth in passenger traffic at stations, based on the needs and expectations of the travelling public and the availability of funds and suggestion received from various committees, expert and public etc. In recent past Indian Railways have taken various steps to improve the services and facilitate the passengers, some of which are as under:-

i. Introduction of the Alternate Train Accommodation Scheme known as ‘VIKALP’ to give option to waitlisted passengers to shift to alternate train having vacant accommodation.

ii. Provision of facility to physically handicapped persons to book reserved tickets online.

iii. Introduction of paperless unreserved ticket booking through mobile phone.

iv. Automatic refund of confirmed/ Reservation Against Cancellation(RAC)/e- tickets on cancellation of trains.

v. Enhancement of Senior Citizen Quota as well as quota earmarked for physically handicapped persons.

vi. Making provision in the system for automatic preparation of reservation charts at least four hours before the scheduled departure of train.

vii. Provision of facility to book available accommodation after preparation of first reservation chart through internet as well as across any computerized Passenger Reservation System (PRS) counter upto preparation of second reservation chart.

viii. Acceptance of all International Credit/Debit cards for booking of e-tickets through Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation ( IRCTC ) website.

ix. The passengers having confirmed/RAC/Waitlisted PRS counter tickets may cancel the same through IRCTC website (www.irctc.co.in) or through 139 within the prescribed time limit and the refund amount maybe collected across PRS counter on surrendering the original ticket.

x. In order to facilitate cancellation of PRS counter tickets at relatively smaller stations, one of the Unreserved Ticketing System( UTS) cum PRS counters (wherever PRS booking facility is available) has been earmarked for granting refund beyond the working hours of PRS counters/Current counters. This facility is available in respect of PRS counter tickets for those trains whose scheduled departure time is within the next 24 hours.

xi. Establishment of Yatri Ticket Suvidha Kendras for issuing of tickets through public private partnership for establishment and operation of computerised Passenger Reservation System (PRS)-cum Unreserved Ticketing System (UTS)terminals.

xii. Introduction of facility for booking unreserved ticket through mobile phone was introduced in the suburban sections over Mumbai and Chennai to facilitate passengers to book unreserved ticket through mobile phones.

xiii. Introduction of paperless Unreserved tickets on Mobile introduced as a part of “Operation 5 Minutes” in Chennai suburban section of Tambaram-Egmore on Southern Railway.

xiv. Commencement of concierge services with facility for online booking of wheelchairs through IRCTC website at New Delhi and 23 other stations.

xv. Provision of currency Operated Automatic Ticket Vending Machine (CoVTM) in Delhi and Mumbai to facilitate purchase of unreserved journey tickets.

xvi. Launch of facility for paperless MST on Mobile phones in sub-urban sectors of Mumbai in Western Railway and Central Railway and in the Delhi-Palwal section of Northern Railway.

xvii. Launch of platform ticket on Mobile for Western Railway, Central Railway and Northern Railway (New Delhi and Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway stations).

xviii. Extension of e-ticketing facility to foreign debit/credit cards for foreign tourists and NRIs.

xix. Commissioning of online booking of retiring room at 488 Railway stations.

xx. Customer commitment charter to commit to our customer the service level targets of Railways, is process.

Suggestions received from various quarters including Committees for improving in passenger facilities are examined and wherever found feasible, action is initiated subject to availability of funds and inter-se priority of works.

Konkan Railway partners Shapoorji Pallonji for new Chiplun-Karad Rail line



A memorandum of understanding will be signed between the government and Shapoorji Pallonji Group on Sunday

Konkan Railway will sign an MoU with Shapoorji Pallonji & Co on August 14 for construction of new railway line between Chiplun and Karad railway stations.

The pact will be signed in the presence of Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Konkan Railway Chairman and Managing Director, Sanjay Gupta said here today.

Land for Small Units near Dallirajahara-Rowghat Rail Corridor



Dallirajahara: The Chhattisgarh Government would be earmarking suitable land banks in the vicinity of Dallirajahara-Rowghat-Jagdalpur Rail Corridor for setting up of small industrial units, officials informed.

Notably, the Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) is coordinating the construction of Railway line from DaIlirajhara to Rowghat covering a distance of 95 km with Indian Railways in Chhattisgarh.

The project for doubling of Railway line between Kirandul and Jagdalpur in Chhatisgarh’s insurgency ridden Bastar region is expected to be complete by January 2019, official sources informed.

Tug of war between Rail Directorates delays Rail projects



Turf battles have erupted and delayed important railway projects, with the directorates charged with raising non-fare revenue and increasing train speeds working at cross-purposes, say officials. A project to redevelop 400 railway stations has been caught in the crossfire


New Delhi: When Railway minister Suresh Prabhu set up two new directorates within his ministry in May, this wasn’t what he had in mind.

SAIL-BSP inches closer to produce world’s longest rail


SAIL's Bhilai plant starts hot trials of Universal Rail Mill - the best Rail Mill in Bhilai Steel Plant: Experts are contacted for best rail track

SAIL’s Bhilai plant starts hot trials of Universal Rail Mill – the best Rail Mill in Bhilai Steel Plant: Experts are contacted for best rail track

Raipur: The new Universal Rail Mill (URM) of state-run Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) in Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) has achieved the milestone of successfully rolling out the first rail through its Tandem Mill.

The feat would pave way for the steel maker to roll out 130-meter rail from the mill located in Chhattisgarh’s Durg district. The 130-meter rail would be World’s largest rail in a single piece. The new URM is part of BSP’s modernization programme that would scale up capacity to 7 million tonnes per annum (mtpa).

Rouge Nation Pakistan runs Azadi Train covered with posters of Terrorist Burhan Wani





Our neighbouring rogue nation ‘Pakistan’ features dreaded terrorist Burhan Wani as ‘martyr’ in their Special Azadi Train. After Salahuddin’s nuclear war threat, Pakistan again ups the ante on its claim for Kashmir!

Railways transport fuel-laden trucks to Tripura under RoRo Service



For the first time in the history of North-East India, Indian Railways has started a RoRo (Roll On Roll Off) service to deal with the ongoing Tripura fuel crisis.

Tripura to get relief from fuel crisis through NFR’s RoRo service being run by Indian Railways to mitigate the problem

Guwahati: For the first time in the history of North-East India, Indian Railways has started a RoRo (Roll On Roll Off) service to deal with the ongoing Tripura fuel crisis.

The first flat-wagon goods train with 21 loaded tanker trucks left from Bhanga in Assam and would be reaching Churaibari in Tripura, which is 67 kilometres away.

Parliamentary Panel calls for variable rail fare structure

New Delhi: To compete with airlines and boost earnings of the Railways, the Parliamentary Railway Convention Committee has recommended a rationalised variable fare structure.

In its report tabled in Parliament on Thursday, the panel however cautioned the Railway Ministry that the fare structure “should not be at the cost of passengers”.

The committee, headed by BJD leader Bhartruhari Mahtab also expressed concern over the gradual decrease in the passenger share of Railways. “The number of passengers in Railways in 2012-13 was 8,421 million, which has come down to 8,151.90 million in 2015-16,” the report noted.

In its submission, the Railway Board attributed lower passenger numbers to various factors, such as capacity constraints on major trunk routes, improvement in road infrastructure offering better and faster connectivity, gradual shift of passenger traffic to growth of metro rail projects, cancellations of trains due to agitations and natural calamities.

Member (Rolling Stock) gives details about six important initiatives of his Directorate

Member, Rolling Stock, Railway Board gives details about six initiatives of his Directorate namely TALGO Trials, TRINATRA and MAGLEV Technology, EoTT, bio-toilets and new train products
Railway Board Member (Mechanical) Hemant Kumar is now Member (Rolling Stock)
Railway Board Member (Mechanical) Hemant Kumar is now Member (Rolling Stock)
New Delhi: Member, Rolling Stock (earlier called Member Mechanical), Railway Board Shri Hemant Kumar gave details of six initiatives of Indian Railways pertaining to his Directorate at a press conference held in Rail Bhawan today i.e. 09.08.2016. The briefs of these six initiatives are given as below : –
Brief about bio-toilets and green train corridor :-
In order to contribute to mission ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Ministry of Railways have taken up a mammoth task of providing human discharge free bio-toilets in all its coaches and the same would be completed by September 2019. With provision of bio-toilets in all its coaches discharge of human waste from trains on to the ground would be completely stopped which in turn would help in improving cleanliness and hygiene. Ministry of Railways have already provided 43,000 bio-toilets in its coaches till 31stJuly, 2016 and in the current financial year, it is planned to fit additional 27,500 bio-toilets.
Indian Railways in its commitment to provide hygienic environment to passengers and to keep station premises/tracks clean, have developed environment-friendly Bio-toilets for its passenger coaches. The technology has been developed jointly by Indian Railways (IR) and Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO) for railway passenger coaches through an MoU. This environment friendly, low cost and robust technology, is the first of its kind in Railway Systems in the world. In the bio-toilet fitted coaches, human waste is collected in tanks below the toilets and the same is decomposed by a consortium of bacteria.
In order to have visible benefits in terms of cleaner environment owing to provision of bio-toilets in coaches, Rameswarm-Manamadurai (114 Kms) was indentified to make it Green Train Corridors- free from human waste discharge from trains. Accordingly, 10 passenger trains consisting of 286 coaches moving over this section have been provided with bio-toilets. This section was formally inaugurated as Green Train Corridor on 24.07.2016. After Rameswarm-Manamadurai, Okha-Kanalas Junction(141 Kms), Porbandar-Wansjaliya (34 Kms) and Jammu-Katra(78 Kms) would also be taken up for making them free from human waste discharge from trains. For this around 35 trains consisting of nearly 1110 coaches would be further provided with bio toilets and the work is underway. These sections and stations were chosen, because the number of trains originating and terminating at these stations and sections are few, thus making it operationally easier and faster to make them human-discharge free.
Okha-Kanalas section is targeted for conversion to Green Train Corridor by the end of September 2016, whereas Porbandar-Wansjaliya is targeted for conversion by October 2016. For Jammu-Katra section, a total of 24 rakes of 14 trains consisting of around 450 coaches need to be provided with Bio-toilets and the same would be targeted for completion by March 2017.
Brief about new types of train products :-
In order to make train journeys a more delightful experience, Indian Railways have been taking numerous initiatives. Minister of Railways, in his Budget Speech 2016-17, had announced a number of new categories of train services or coach such as Tejas, Humsafar, Antyodaya and Deen Dayalu coaches.  Introduction of these train services/coaches is being followed up in mission mode.
For General Second Class passengers, potable water through Water filtration system, cushioned luggage racks, additional hand holds in doorway area, J hooks near longitudinal luggage racks for hanging carry bags, bio-toilets, water level indicator, Toilet occupation indication display board, Enhanced mobile charging facility, Fire extinguishers etc. are some of the amenities added in Deen Dayalu and Antyodaya train coaches. Besides, for the first time, Indian Railways would try out operation of Antyodaya trains with Locos at both ends for faster acceleration and deceleration and for expeditious turnaround at terminals. 5 Antyodaya rakes have been planned for introduction in the current year and the first rake is expected by October 2016. Around 700 Deen Dayalu coaches are planned for introduction in various trains in the current year. First Deen Dayalu coach has already been launched by Hon’ble MR  on 19.07.16 at NDLS station.
Similarly, Humsafar trains consisting of AC 3-Tier coaches only would have additional facilities such as GPS based Passenger information display system to inform passengers about arriving station, Passenger announcement system, Fire and Smoke detection system for enhanced fire safety, Mobile/ laptop charging points, Integrated Braille displays for the aid of visually impaired passengers, Improved aesthetics with new interior and exterior colour scheme etc. While 10 Humsafar rakes are planned for introduction in the current year, first such rake is expected by September 2016.
Tejas train coaches would be the future of train travel in India with modern amenities and gadgets provided to make train travel not only comfortable but delightful too. Tejas coaches would have ergonomic seating with improved cushioning and upholstery, Automatic doors, Infotainment system, GPS based Passenger information display system, Dust sealed gangways,  Fire and Smoke detection system , CCTV system, concealed LED lighting, adjustable reading lights, Passenger announce ment system,. Vending machine, Mobile laptop charging points, enabling provision for on-board Wi-Fi facility, Integrated Braille displays, individual Magazine bags, bottle holders, snack table, Bio-Vacuum toilets, Sensorised taps, flushing system, hand driers, tissue paper dispenser and soap dispenser for touch less experience of toilet use, water level indicators, Accessible dustbins with higher capacity, Digital Destination Boards outside the coach for train and coach information to the boarding passengers etc.. 3 Tejas AC Chair Car rakes have been planned for introduction and the first rake is expected by February 2017.
One Uday train service is planned for introduction in the current year with LHB AC Double Decker coaches. 
Brief on Trials of Spanish Train TALGO :-
Talgo is a Spanish firm manufacturing Semi high speed (160-250 kmph) and high speed (350 kmph) passengers trains. Talgo trains have been successfully running in many countries with high safety records.
Talgo coaches are light weight aluminum bodied coaches with special features like articulated coupling between coaches, wheel sets located between adjacent coaches, independent wheel system, short guide axles with neutral tilting. These features make these coaches to travel faster on curves with approximately 20% higher speed in comparison to conventional coaches. Because of low weight faster acceleration and deceleration is also possible thereby reducing the travel time and increasing the average speed.
With an objective to increase the speed of Mail/Express trains on its networks, IR decided to conduct trials of Talgo coaches to validate their speed potential and access saving in time between New Delhi and Mumbai without any investment on the fixed infrastructure. M/s. Talgo has brought 9 coaches for free of cost trials with no commitment from Indian Railways. Speed trials were conducted between Barailey and Moradabad section of Northern Railway upto speed of 115 kmph.
After successful completion of these trials high speed trials upto a test speed of 180 kmph were conducted between Mathura and Palwal section of NCR. The trials were found successful.
After the speed trials time saving trials have been started to validate the simulation done by M/s. Talgo. Total four runs were planned at a speed of 130, 130, 140 and 150 kmph. Two runs have already been conducted on 1.8.2016 and 5.8.2016. The trials have been successful and actual running results were better than the simulation results. In first run train could not run as per schedule due to heavy rain between Surat and Mumbai due to wash out of tracks. 3rd run has started today and 4th run will be on 14.08.2016. It is expected that time saving of 4 hours will be achieved between New Delhi and Mumbai over the existing Rajdhani Express.
Brief about Safety Device –  TRI-NETRA  – Terrain imaging for diesel dRivers INfra-red, Enhanced opTical & Radar Assisted system
Ministry of Railways, Railway Board has initiated a proposal to install TRI-NETRA systems on locomotives for enhancing the vision of Locomotive Pilots in inclement weather. TRI-NETRA stands for – Terrain imaging for diesel dRivers INfra-red, Enhanced opTical &Radar Assisted system.
TRI-NETRA system shall be made up of high-resolution optical video camera, high sensitivity infra-red video camera and additionally a radar-based terrain mapping system.
These three components of the system shall act as three eyes (Tri-Netra) of the Locomotive Pilot.
TRI-NETRA is designed to “see” the terrain ahead of the running locomotive during inclement weather by combining the images captured by the three sub-systems and to create a composite video image which shall be displayed in front of the Loco Pilot on a computer monitor.
During fog, heavy rain and also during night, the locomotive pilots face serious challenges in looking out ahead to spot any obstruction on the track such as vehicles which get stuck while crossing the track or trees or boulders which have fallen across the track etc. Because of the heavy momentum of the running train, the train driver has to always adjust the speed of the train such that he or she can stop the train on visually seeing the obstruction.  In fair weather and in daytime, this is not a problem since train driver has a clear view of the track ahead.  But in poor visibility, he has to reduce the speed suitably so that the brakes can be applied in time to stop the train without hitting the obstructions.
This is where TRI-NETRA will come into picture and give the locomotive pilot a clear view of the track ahead in bad visibility conditions so that he can apply brakes well in time. Conversely, he can speed up the train even in poor visibility if the TRI-NETRA system shows that the track ahead is clear of obstruction. The system shall also map the terrain ahead so that the driver knows when he is approaching a station or a signal. TRI-NETRA will enable the Locomotive Pilot to “see” objects from upto one kilometer away on straight track during inclement weather.
The concept of TRI-NETRA was developed by Development Cell under the guidance of Member Mechanical, Railway Board while brainstorming on how to use the technology employed by fighter aircrafts to see through clouds and operate in pitch darkness and the technology used by naval ships in mapping the ocean floor and navigating in the night. Such an “assisted vision” system is not available readily in any of the advanced railway systems but the manufacturers and technology partners who develop components of such systems for defence are very excited with the concept. “Such systems have not been used  for peacetime applications and we are excited that Indian Railways have thrown such a challenge at us” said one of the foreign specialists who develops such systems for fighter aircrafts. There has been very enthusiastic response to this Expression of Interest (EoI) published by Railway Board and number of companies from Israel, Finland, USA and Austria have expressed interest in developing such a system.
Brief On Communication Equipment  – End Of Train Telemetry (Eott)
The EoTT equipment is used to establish communication between Locomotive driver and the last vehicle of the train to see that the train is running with all coaches/wagons as a“complete” train.
  • There is a transmitter fitted on a locomotive and a receiver that is fitted on the end of the last vehicle.
  • The transmitter and the last vehicle receiver exchange signals periodically at regular intervals to ensure that the complete train is running as “Ïntact train”.
  • If there is a break in the communication between the two units, the driver gets a signal that the train has parted.
The transmitter unit which is fitted at the end of the train’s last wagon is connected to the brakes and it bleeds the Brake Pipe air and applies brakes to the broken away portion of wagons of the train so that they do not collide with the front portion.
  • A project has been sanctioned for purchase of 1000 systems at an estimated cost of Rs. 100 Crores.
  • Specifications of the equipment have been prepared and tenders shall be called shortly.
Brief on Levitation based Trains (MAGLEV)
Levitation Technology is being used in the world in many different ways – Hovercraft that levitates on air-cushion, Maglev etc.
  • “MAGLEV “stands for  MAGneticLEVitation.
  • The MAGLEV floats above the track on a “Cushion” of magnetic field.
  • Magnets on the track push and lift the MAGLEV up in air by about 1 inch to 6 inches.
These “track” magnets are controlled by a computers which keep shifting  forward the magnetic force of the “track” magnets so that the MAGLEV is pulled forward.
  • Maximum speed achieved is 500 km/h.
  • One commercial installation is in China in Shanghai (appx 38 km of MAGLEV) and is currently running commercially.
  • New technologies are coming up to decrease the power consumption of magnets that lift the MAGLEV by using liquid nitrogen or similar gases.
  • Holy Grail of Maglev magnets is superconducting magnets which consume very little current. Currently, superconductive magnets requires very low temperatures to be maintained in the magnet, however rapid research is going on to make high temperature superconductors.
  • EoI document has been floated on 4thAugust 2016 and shall open on 6thSeptember 2016.

Kalaburagi-Bidar line to be commissioned in February 2017



Kalaburagi: The long-pending Kalaburagi-Bidar new rail line will be commissioned in February 2017 after the completion of the ongoing works on laying rail lines and construction of railway stations between Kalaburagi and Humnabad, Ajai Kumar Dubey, Divisional Railway Manager, Central Railway, has said.

Speaking at the flagging of ceremony of the Gulbarga-Hyderabad Inter-city Express on Monday, he outlined the works taken up by the Railways in the Kalaburagi region.

 

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