Kurnool City railway station redevelopment: Indian Railways upgrades another railway station at par with airport standards! Recently, Indian Railways has beautified and renovated the Kurnool City railway station in Andhra Pradesh.
The station, which is one of the five railway stations under the South Central Railway zone chosen for upgradation, has been swankier at a cost of Rs 14.99 crore. An important ‘A’ category railway station in Secunderabad-Dhone section, Kurnool city caters to an average footfall of 12,500 per day. Recently, several major works have been carried out at Kurnool City, giving the railway station a spectacular ‘airport-like’ look like never before.
Under the redevelopment of the railway station, the station facade, waiting hall, retiring rooms, platforms have been improved. Also, provision has been made for washable aprons. Read More
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