Indian Railways will redevelop 50 railway stations across the country in 2019 with an investment of Rs 7,500 crore, reports Hindustan Times (HT).
New facilities like separate arrival and departure areas like at airports to improve security and passenger flow management will be part of the modernisation plan.
At most of the major stations, arrivals and departures will be separate. However, stations where there is not much crowd, the existing system will be in place,’’ said Indian Railway Station Development Corporation (IRSDC) managing director S K Lohia.
“Depending on the space, we will decide whether arrival and departure will be segregated by different levels or through partition at the same level,” he added. Read More
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