Infrastructure development, introduction and extension of trains and issues concerning passenger amenities at various stations under Chakradharpur division .
In order to promote heritage preservation, the Ministry of Railways have identified several reformative measures. The Railway Board has decided to launch a special drive to identify various heritage items/artefacts that are currently lying unnoticed at different locations.
While work is in progress to bring on track India’s first bullet train – the Mumbai-Ahmedabad line – the Indian Railways is highly convinced with the idea that it would be more logical to introduce the highly-awaited bullet trains for shorter routes, rather than long distances.
In a bid to attract more commuters into buying tickets using mobile phones, the Centre for Railway Information Systems (CRIS) has begun sticking QR codes at stations, starting from CSMT.
The massive allocations made in the Union Budget to expedite ongoing and new railway lines could see Karimnagar town emerging as the biggest railway junction of the State.
Focusing on convenience and need of women commuters, railwayshas plans to install sanitary pad dispensing machines at all stations.
All coaches of the Shatabdi, Rajdhani and Duronto trains will soon have four CCTV cameras each to ensure passenger safety, a railways official said.
The US-based Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), which conducts research and analyses on financial and economic issues related to energy and environment, on Wednesday.
New modelling by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) finds the Indian state of Tamil Nadu capable of doubling its wind energy capacity by 2027 and increasing its solar capacity six-fold.
The city’s suburban network may not have received the kind of attention that Mumbai’s or Bengaluru’s in this year’s railway Budget in Parliament, but the ministry seems to have taken cognizance of concerns expressed by officials in Kolkata.