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May,26,2019,Sunday

WEEKLY NEWS UPDATES IN INFRASTRUCTURE SECTOR 

LATEST NEWS

CR May Replace Intercity With Train 18

CR May Replace Intercity With Train 18

The Central Railway is considering replacing some intercity services with the high speed Train 18.

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MOST NOTABLE STORIES OF THE WEEK

From April 1, 2019, Railways to offer ticket linking facility

From April 1, 2019, Railways to offer ticket linking facility

To facilitate passengers travelling long distances by connecting trains, Railways has introduced a facility for linking tickets. The facility, which will be applicable when there is no direct train connectivity to a destination, will come into effect from April 1, 2019.

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Data on mishaps suggest railways’ track record has actually improved

Data on mishaps suggest railways’ track record has actually improved

The National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) brings out an annual publication, Crime in India. In the past, this has also been used as source for figures on railway accidents. For example, in 2015, 26,066 people died because of railway accidents and 2,650 because of railway crossing accidents.

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Panel wants railway ministry to create body to regulate fares

Panel wants railway ministry to create body to regulate fares

A parliamentary committee wants the railway ministry to create the body it has long promised to, that will, among other things, regulate fares. In its latest report, the Railway Convention Committee of Parliament maintained that since the proposed authority is yet to take a final shape

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India Must Adopt Global Infrastructure Norms For Railway Stations, Bus Depots, And Airports: ISSDA

India Must Adopt Global Infrastructure Norms For Railway Stations, Bus Depots, And Airports: ISSDA

In a seminar organized on Stainless Steel for Sustainable Transit Building Solutions, Indian Stainless Steel Development Association (ISSDA)

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Nagpur Metro: In first trial run, three-coach train covers 11.5 km at speed of 45 kmph

Nagpur Metro: In first trial run, three-coach train covers 11.5 km at speed of 45 kmph

The trial run took place under the supervision of an 11-member team of Research Design and Standards Organisation, functioning under the Ministry of Railways.

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Namma Metro Link To Bengaluru International Airport: A 28-Station Route Being Planned From Silk Board To KIA

Namma Metro Link To Bengaluru International Airport: A 28-Station Route Being Planned From Silk Board To KIA

The Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) has set 2023 as the deadline for the 55-km line to Kempegowda International Airport (KIA), reports The Hindu.

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