Indian Railways eyes common line system in Delhi-NCR; trains won’t wait for green signal during peak hours


Indian Railways eyes common line system in Delhi-NCR; trains won’t wait for green signal during peak hours

Indian Railways looks to decongest its network for passengers’ convenience. In a recent development, the Delhi railway division is considering the development of the ‘common line system’ for its zonal network.

According to a recent Dainik Bhaskar report, the officials of the Delhi Division have prepared the proposal and sent it to Northern Railways zone. If the permission from the zone is granted, then the trains operating under this division will not have to wait for the green light on the outer signals.

A railway official was quoted in the report saying that if the project gets a nod from the authorities, the first ‘common line system’ will be implemented between the railway line of Delhi and Sahibabad in the national capital region.

What is the advantage of this common line system?

Once the common line system is developed, it will be possible to run trains in any direction from any railway line. Railway officials stated that the passengers will be greatly benefited. Read More

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