The railways has set up hot weather patrolling teams in the division to check the fitness of tracks, particularly on bridges, with the help of high-tech equipment and other devices.
According to Danapur divisional railway manager (DRM) Ranjan Prakash Thakur, “For the first time, the railways has provided GPS trackers to the hot weather patrolling teams so that they can detect faults in tracks or high-tech signalling system.
If there is a fault, they carry out track and signalling repair work in time and avert the delay in movement of long distance trains.” Read More
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