Multi-Tracking to Boost Productivity on Hyderabad-Delhi Route of Indian Railways

Plans are underway to boost productivity on one of the busiest rail routes.

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NEW DELHI (Metro Rail News): Indian Railways has announced to multitrack the Golden Quadrilateral network. Seven Busy routes, including the Delhi-Chennai Route, will be multi-tracked. It is gonna greatly benefit the people travelling to the Northern States like Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh & Delhi. 

The plan includes the upgradation of these routes with a third line as well as Electrification, rail bridges & station improvements. The speed of the train on these routes will also be enhanced. The multitracking covers areas like Warangal, Karimnagar, Khammam, and Adilabad. 

Currently, trains operate at a speed of 110 Kmph on these routes & 130 Kmph in some sections. Since routes passing through Telangana have only a double line, it witnesses very heavy traffic. As a result, railways couldn’t operate new trains. 

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