The Railways is installing the Micro Tunneling System to clear logged water from the Bhubaneswar railway station yard which has been affecting the signaling system and train services in Howrah-Chennai main line.
The drainage system and clearance of logged water from the railway station yard and surrounding areas during heavy rains is a major problem, a senior railway official said.
The municipal drain connecting to station areas is inadequate to discharge heavy flooded rain of the area. The huge volume of rain water from Ashok Nagar locality and station area overflows and comes to south end and also north end of Bhubaneswar railway station yard. Read More…
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