May 15 2016 | India Opportunities

Indian Railways Commissions Around 4800 KM Of Broad Gauge Track In Last Two Financial Years

Member Engineering (ME), Railway Board V.K.Gupta has informed that Indian Railways has commissioned around 4800 kilometer of Broad Gauge track in last two financial years including about 1200 Km New Lines, 1900 Km Gauge Conversion and 1700 Km Doubling. As compared to this, Railways have been commissioning at an average of about 1530 Km in the previous five years.

In the current financial year, Indian Railways is set to commission over 2800 Km Broad Gauge track at the rate of over 7.7 Km per day. In the North East, Indian Railways commissioned about 900 km of Broad Gauge in last two years, leaving only about 50 Km MG lines to be converted in 2016-17. In addition, a 132 Km part of 3rd alternative connectivity route to Northeast (i.e. New Maynaguri – Jogighopa) was also commissioned.

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