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Soon Railway's 'Mega Project' to eliminate waiting list on trains

Wednesday - September 18, 2019 3:14 pm , Category : WTN SPECIAL
Separate route being created for goods trains
Separate route being created for goods trains

Railway's ambitious DFC project to change rail network

SEP 18 (WTN) - Train is the most accessible, cheapest and fastest way of transport in India, the world's second most populous country. Indian Railways, which are among the largest rail networks in the world, are modernizing their systems using technology over time. In a large country like India, passenger trains run in number of hundreds, but in India with a large population, passengers are in trouble due to waiting list in the passenger trains.

From time to time, there has been a demand of passengers to increase the number of trains. Keeping this in mind so that passengers can get seats in the trains, the Modi Government is working on a mega project. If everything remains right then in the coming time, passengers will get rid of the mess of waiting list in the trains. What is the mega project of Modi Government, due to which the problem of waiting list of passengers will be removed? Let us tell you in detail.

For your information, let us know that in the next four years, Indian Railways is trying to run passenger trains on the basis demand on Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah route. Due to this, passengers will be able to get confirmed seats in the trains on these routes. The Railways is going to construct dedicated freight corridor i.e. DFC (Dedicated Freight Corridor) by 2021.

In fact, under the Dedicated Freight Corridor project, additional routes are being constructed on the busiest Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah routes. On completion of this project, goods trains will be removed from existing rail lines, so that more passenger trains can be run on them.

Railways claim that after the deletion of goods trains from the existing rail lines of Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah, the Railways will be able to run passenger trains on demand basis. At the same time, it has already been approved to increase the speed of trains on these routes to 160 kilometers per hour. The Railways says that this work will be completed in the coming four years.

At the same time, the Railways is trying to run passenger trains as well as goods trains on these routes on demand basis in the coming four years. That is, in these four years, the Railways will be able to meet the needs of traffic on these routes, which will completely eliminate the waiting list of passenger trains on these routes after four years.

At the same time, apart from Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah routes, work is also going on Delhi-Chennai, Mumbai-Howrah and Kharagpur-Vijayawada dedicated freight corridor. According to the Railways, the location survey work for these routes will be completed within the next one year.

For your information, let us know that the DFC (Dedicated Freight Corridor) will be around 6,000 km long and it is targeted to be completed in the next 10 years. The Railways says that it has the capacity to complete this corridor. And with the completion of this corridor, many trains can be run on these routes.

Not only this, the Railways says that after the construction of this corridor, the capacity of the railway will increase, after which private operators can also be included in the rail operations. At the same time, production units can also be incorporated, so that modern coaches can be available in the country at the speed of 160 km / km and can also be exported.

It can be said that this mega project of the railway will transform the railway network in the country. The construction of additional rail lines on the busy Delhi-Mumbai, Delhi-Howrah, Delhi-Chennai, Mumbai-Howrah and Kharagpur-Vijayawada routes will provide a separate corridor to the freight trains, thereby providing the entire existing track for passenger trains. Due to this, passenger trains will be able to run at a faster speed and their time will be saved.