Under its Adarsh Station Scheme (ASS), Indian Railways has identified 1,253 stations for development and, of these, 1,103 railway stations have already been developed, said Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday.
He added, “Modernisation and upgradation of railway stations in Indian Railways is a continuous and on-going process. This has been undertaken from time to time under various modernisation schemes such as Model Station Scheme, Modern Station Scheme and Adarsh Station Scheme.”
In the written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha on Friday, Piyush Goyal further informed:
1. Goyal said, “At present, upgradation of stations is undertaken under the Adarsh Station Scheme. 1,253 stations have been identified for development under the Adarsh station Scheme out of which 1,103 railway stations have been developed so far and the remaining stations are planned to be developed by 2019-20.” Read More
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