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Indian Railways to increase the speed of passenger and freight trains

It is criticized.  Railways have now focused their attention on increasing the speed of trains.  Speed ​​of average passenger train increased by 30% to 80 km.  The railway is working on an hourly speed plan.  In the next four an…





It is criticized.  Railways have now focused their attention on increasing the speed of trains.  Speed ​​of average passenger train increased by 30% to 80 km.  The railway is working on an hourly speed plan.  In the next four and a half years, the focus of the Railways is to increase the speed of selected freight trains by 80%.

 By 2024 freight trains will have a speed of 45 km.  A few days ago, the Railway Ministry has also presented a presentation related to Prime Minister Modi.  In a presentation presented on Saturday, some infrastructure-related groups presented a plan to the PM and the Council of Ministers.  The plan outlined plans to improve the condition of the railway in the next five years.  Sources told our associate newspaper Times of India that the speed of goods trains would be 45 km by 2024.  Plans to keep hourly.  The proposed plan to increase the speed of goods trains by 30 km by 2020-21.  To reach the speed of  It has been increased to 39 km by 2022-23.  And by 2024 this speed has been increased to 45 km.  Plan to do till.

 In order to increase the speed of the passenger train, work will also be done on the freight train formula.  The speed of passenger trains will not be limited to the capital.  The speed of Rajdhani has already been discussed and the new scheme proposes a journey from Delhi to Mumbai in 12 hours from Rajdhani.

 The completion of this ambitious plan to increase the speed of railway trains depends entirely on 2 centers.  The Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust of Mumbai relies on Ludhiana of Dadri and the Danakuni Corridor in West Bengal.  However, many deadlines have been missed for it to be fully operational.  As a result, there is already additional pressure on rail networks which are under heavy pressure.

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