Under Indian Railways’ station redevelopment project, Warangal railway station of Secunderabad division has been upgraded with several passenger-friendly facilities. The east side of the railway station now resembles the historical “Kakatiya architecture”.
The general waiting hall, ladies waiting hall and the upper class waiting hall, present on this side of the station, have been widened and the ambience has been improved by Indian Railways. On the other hand, the west side of the station is also getting a facelift. This side is being provided with a spacious concourse, one general waiting hall, one upper class waiting hall and one pay and use toilet. According to a press release issued by South Central Railways, the works are in progress and are likely to be completed shortly.
Under the station’s redevelopment, various other facilities are being provided as well. Sufficient provisions have been provided for Divyang passengers in the form of separate toilets, ramps at the entrances, etc. Read More
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