Railways proposes to  introduce 58  new trans which includes five Jansadharan Trains, five  Premium Trains, six AC Express Trains, 27  Express Trains,  eight Passenger Trains, two  MEMU services and  five  DEMU services this year.  Announcing this in Parliament today while presenting the rail budget, the Minister of Railways Shri D. V. Sadananda Gowda  also proposed to extend the run of 11 existing trains. 

Shri Gowda said  these services would be meeting the demand surges which manifest themselves on special occasions.  He said that special trains would continue to run to meet the holiday and festival rush including services for Melmaruvathur, Velankanni, Jhalawar etc.

NEW TRAINS

Jansadharan Trains

i)    Ahmedabad–Darbhanga Jansadharan Express via Surat

ii)   Jaynagar–Mumbai Jansadharan Express

iii)  Mumbai–Gorakhpur Jansadharan Express

iv) Saharasa–Anand Vihar Jansadharan Express via Motihari

v)  Saharasa–Amritsar Jansadharan Express

Premium Trains

i)  Mumbai Central–New Delhi Premium AC Express

ii)  Shalimar–Chennai Premium AC Express

iii)  Secunderabad-­ Hazrat Nizamuddin Premium AC Express

iv) Jaipur–Madurai Premium Express

v)  Kamakhya–Bengaluru Premium Express

AC ExpressTrains

i)    Vijayawada ­New Delhi AP Express(Daily)

ii)  Lokmanya Tilak (T)–Lucknow(Weekly)

iii) Nagpur–Pune (Weekly)

iv) Nagpur–Amritsar(Weekly)

v)  Naharlagun–New Delhi (Weekly)

vi) Nizamuddin–Pune (Weekly)

Express Trains

i)   Ahmedabad–Patna Express(Weekly)via Varanasi

ii)   Ahmedabad­ Chennai Express(Bi­weekly) via Vasai Road

iii)  Bengaluru –Mangalore Express(Daily)

iv) Bengaluru –Shimoga Express(Bi­weekly)

v)   Bandra (T)–Jaipur Express(Weekly)Via Nagda, Kota

vi) Bidar–Mumbai Express(Weekly)

vii) Chhapra–Lucknow Express (Tri­ weekly)viaBallia,Ghazipur,Varanasi

viii) Ferozpur–Chandigarh Express(6 days a week)

ix)               Guwahati–Naharlagun Intercity Express(Daily)

x)                  Guwahati–Murkongselek Intercity Express(Daily)

xi)               Gorakhpur–Anand Vihar Express(Weekly)

xii)             Hapa–Bilaspur Express(Weekly)via Nagpur

xiii)         Hazur Saheb Nanded–Bikaner Express(Weekly)

xiv)          Indore–Jammu Tawi Express(Weekly)

xv)            Kamakhya–Katra Express(Weekly)via Darbhanga

xvi)          Kanpur–Jammu Tawi Express(Bi­weekly)

xvii)       Lokmanya Tilak (T)–Azamgarh Express(Weekly)

xviii)     Mumbai_Kazipeth Express(Weekly)via Balharshah

xix)          Mumbai–Palitana Express(Weekly)

xx)            New Delhi ­Bhatinda Shatabdi Express(Bi­weekly)

xxi)          New Delhi–Varanasi Express(Daily)

xxii)       Paradeep–Howrah Express(Weekly)

xxiii)     Paradeep–Visakhapatnam Express(Weekly)

xxiv)     Rajkot–Rewa Express(Weekly)

xxv)        Ramnagar–Agra Express(Weekly)

xxvi)     Tatanagar Baiyyappanahali  (Bengaluru) Express(Weekly)

xxvii) Visakhapatnam–Chennai Express(Weekly)

Passenger Trains

i)    Bikaner–Rewari Passenger(Daily)

ii)   Dharwad–Dandeli Passenger(Daily)via Alnavar

iii)  Gorakhpur–Nautanwa Passenger(Daily)

iv)   Guwahati–Mendipathar Passenger(Daily)

v)  Hatia–Rourkela Passenger

vi) Byndoor–Kasaragod Passenger(Daily)

vii) Rangapara North–Rangiya Passenger(Daily)

viii) Yesvantpur–Tumkur Passenger(Daily)

MEMU services

i)          Bengaluru –Ramanagaram 6 days a week(3Pairs)

ii)        Palwal–Delhi–Aligarh

DEMU services

i)         Bengaluru –Neelmangala (Daily)

ii)        Chhapra–Manduadih (6days a week)via Ballia

iii)       Baramula–Banihal (Daily)

iv)       Sambalpur–Rourkela (6 days a week)

v)        Yesvantpur ­Hosur (6 days a week)

EXTENSION OF RUN OF EXISTING TRAINS

i)          22409/22410 Anand Vihar Sasaram Garib Rath Express to Gaya

ii)        12455/12456 Delhi Sarai Rohilla Sriganganagar Express to Bikaner

iii)       15231/15232 Gondia Muzaffarpur Express to Barauni

iv)       12001/12002 New Delhi Bhopal Shatabdi Express to Habibganj

v)        54602 Ludhiana–Hissar Passenger to Sadulpur

vi)       55007/55008 Sonpur–Kaptanganj Passenger  to   Gorakhpur

vii)      55072/55073 Gorakhpur–Thawe Passenger to Siwan

viii)     63237/63238Buxar–Mughalsarai MEMU to Varanasi

ix)       63208/63211Jhajha–PatnaMEMUto Jasidih

x)        64221/64222LucknowHardoi MEMU to Shahjahan pur

xi)       68002/68007Howrah–Belda MEMU to Jaleswar

Bullet Trains and Diamond Quadrilateral Network of High Speed Rail

The Minister of Railways Shri D. V. Sadananda Gowda has said that Indian Railways is on its way to fulfill the long cherished dream to run a Bullet Train. Presenting the Railway Budget 2014-15 in Parliament today, he said, the Railways proposes bullet trains by starting off with an already identified Mumbai-Ahmedabad sector, where a number of studies have been done.

The Minster said, under the leadership of Shri Narendra Modiji, the Railways is embarking on an ambitious plan to have a Diamond Quadrilateral Network of High Speed Rail, connecting major Metros and growth centers of the country. A provision of Rs.100 crore has been made in the Budget for high Speed project to RVNL/HSRC (High Speed Rail Corridor) for taking further steps.

He said, while bullet trains would require completely new infrastructure, higher speed for existing trains will be achieved by upgrading the present network. The Minister said, hence, an effort will be made to increase the speed of trains to 160-200 kmph in select sectors so as to significantly reduce travel time between major cities. The Minister said, the identified sectors are:

i) Delhi-Agra
ii) Delhi-Chandigarh
iii) Delhi-Kanpur
iv) Nagpur-Bilaspur
v) Mysore-Bengaluru-Chennai
vi) Mumbai-Goa
vii) Mumbai-Ahmedabad
viii) Chennai-Hyderabad and
ix) Nagpur-Secunderabad.

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0 responses to “List of 58 New Trains to be Introduced; 11 Existing Trains to be Extended”

  1. CA Lalit Munoyat says:

    The so called Garib Rath is beyond the approcah of a Garib considering the recently declared proverty scale i.e Rs. 32 in village and Rs. 47 in city. One thing that we can definitely do is to rename the train at least, so as not to display India as Garib to the World or make Garib Rath affordable to the middle class also.

  2. s sudarshana says:

    I would like the Hon’ble Railway Minister’s to take up the following specific suggestions aimed at helping the “AAMAADMI” WITHOUT much additional capital investment.

    1. He should add at least 4 to 5 unreserved sitting (II) coaches in all the A/C express trains (new as also existing) which normally has less coaches than the normal express trains. These coaches can accommodate equal (A/C seats) passengers and thereby serves the society. This will be a great service as an opportunity for poor man to reach the long distance destination quickly and at lesser price.

    2. Whereever scope exists to add extra coaches to existing trains, 50% must be un-reserved (II) coaches should be provided.

    3. The present system of having un-reserved coaches at the end and at the beginning should be replaced with un-reserved coaches (minimum 2 nos.) at three places, viz, beginning, end and in the middle of the formation (train).

    4. It is a common siight in platforms to see the poorest of the passengers running from one end to another end, a pathetic stight.

    5. This is an opportunity for the ever smiling and an excellent person in Hon’ble Rail Minister (Sri Sadananda Gowdaji) to make many more to smile with him.!

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