The Chakradharpur Division of South Eastern Railway has distributed electronic note books among 47 girls of lower grade employees, a railway official said.
Artificial intelligence (AI) that can diagnose the condition of rail tracks will be used by the railways to prepare a repair and replacement calendar and improve punctuality of trains, according to an official.
The Mughalsarai Railway Station in Uttar Pradesh’s Chandauli district has officially been renamed Deen Dayal Upadhyay Junction. The new signage has been put up at the main board of the railway station.
At least 55 people were hurt on Friday in a train derailment in the province of Giza, the Egyptian Health Ministry said. Three carriages of the southbound train left the tracks in the town of Badrashin, the ministry said in a statement, without offering any details on the reasons for the derailment. The injured were taken to several nearby hospitals.
Minister of State for Railways Rajen Gohain today said the unmanned level crossings in the country will be eliminated by 2021, in a bid to check accidents.
Restrictions placed by the Bombay high court “till further orders” on late-night construction work (10pm-6am) on the Metro 3 line following complaints from Cuffe Parade residents have resulted in not only a nine-month work delay but also
The revised project report for second phase of Jaipur Metro was in principle approved by stakeholders meeting held on Friday. The second phase has been proposed on a length of 29.5 kilometers between Sitapura and VKI and has further provision to be extended by 8 kilometers further of Sitapura to have it connected with the Ring Road by the year 2031.
Bridge Management System (Web-based platform) developed by Railways to help in meaningful assimilation of bridge data
Days after a bridge in Mumbai collapsed on a railway track, the railways yesterday launched its first consolidated Bridge Management System (IR-BMS), a web-enabled IT application to store data on its 1.5 lakh bridges.
Taking note of the recent bridge collapse incident in Andheri, the Bombay High Court on Thursday directed the Railways and the BMC to ‘seriously’ conduct audits of nearly 487 old and new bridges in the city
Amidst the general gloom over India’s perennially late trains, a small ray of hope has emerged: The curve on the average delay of all trains has started to move downwards.