Southern Railway will extend the Train Protection and Warning System (TPWS) on EMU trains running between Chennai and Arakkonam section which covers 68 km. Currently, the TPWS system is under deployment on the Chennai Beach – Central – Gummidipoondi route. The objective behind installing the system is to provide effective signalling and enhance safety.
TPWS on the 68 km Basin Bridge-Arakkonam section installed by French-based company Thales was inaugurated by Railway Board Director General (Signal and Telecommunication) Akhil Agrawal on Wednesday in the presence of Additional Member (Telecom) H K Agarwal and other railway officials. Read More…
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