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Howrah-Amta-Champadanga New Line
Howrah-Amta New Line project was sanctioned in 1974-75 and falls in State of West Bengal
Wardha-Nanded New Line
Wardha-Nanded New Line project is a vital project for providing missing connectivity in backward areas of Maharashtra. Its a cost sharing project with Govt. of Maharashtra.
Angamali-Sabarimala New Line
Angamali-Sabrimala New Line Project will provide connectivity to an important and ancient pilgrimage centre of Sabrimala in Kerala.
Rayadurg-Tumkur via Kalyandurg New Line
This new B.G.line provides rail connectivity to the backward region of Anathapur Distt. of Rayalaseema region of A.P. and a few important towns in Tumakuru Distt. of Karnataka and thus provides direct rail link from Bengaluru to this region. Total length of the project 206.53 km – A.P. 94 km, Karnataka 112.53 km. Project is on cost sharing basis (including cost of land) between Railways and State Govts. in their respective reach on 50:50 basis.
Obulavaripalli – Venkatachalam Road Junction New BG Line with Electrification (95 km)
This is a new BG line project connecting the Krishnapatnam Port to Renigunta – Mumbai existing Railway Line at Obulavaripalle Station. It will reduce travelling distance by 72 Km. This project is of high strategic importance as it will cater to high demand of freight traffic on this route duly reducing congestion on Vijayawada – Gudur Main line besides causing spurt in regional development.
Tarakeshwar-Bishnupur New Line (82.47 km)
Construction of Tarakeshwar-Bishnupur New Line will not only reduce the running time between Kolkata and Bishnupur but will also help in socio-economic development of the area. It will also provide connectivity to imp. religious centres enroute.
Barddhaman-Katwa Gauge Conversion
Barddhaman-Katwa Gauge conversion will help in socio-economic development of the area coming on the alignment. It will also feed the upcoming Thermal Power Plant of NTPC at Katwa and NTPC is sharing 50% cost of the project.
Mayiladuturai-Thiruvaru-Karaikkudi and Tiruturaipundi-Atastiyampallii GC
The line traverses important districts of Tamil Nadu. The alignment region is predominantly agriculture oriented. The line is considered under Unigauge policy.
Tindivanam-Nagari (184.99 km) New Line
The proposed line is a predominantly passenger oriented section. It will connect industrially backward areas where agriculture is the main occupation and address long pending demand of the local public and their amalgamation into national mainstream.
Quilon-Tirunelveli-Tiruchendur & Tenkasi-Virudhunagar Gauge Conversion (357 km)
The project alignment has high potential of traffic for long distance travel from Sivakasi, Rajapalayam and from other imp. towns in Tamil Nadu. Project on completion will shorten the route by about 100 km bet. Chennai Egmore and Trivandrum. There is also very high potential for goods traffic.
Villupuram-Dindigul Doubling with Electrification (273 km)
This is a prestigious doubling project connecting north & south Tamil Nadu. Project is of high strategic importance as it will cater to high demand of passenger traffic on this route as well as anticipated freight traffic due to large scale development of ports in southern coastal TN.
Ratlam-Mhow-Khandwa-Akola Gauge Conversion
This gauge conversion will restore shorter alternative North South BG route connecting Secunderabad, Chennai with Jaipur, Ajmer, Indore and other towns in North West Rajasthan. This project will provide a short distance corridor from Western India to Southern India.
Kadapa-Bangalore New Line
The project of Kadapa-Bangalore new line was included in budget 2008-09 on 50:50 cost sharing basis bet. Railway and Govt. of Andhra Pradesh. The alignment runs for a length of 209.09 km in Kadapa and Chittoor distts. of Andhra Pradesh and for a length of 42.80 km in Kolar Distt. of Karnataka State.
Ramganjmandi-Bhopal New LIne Project (262 km)
With the commissionnining of proposed line from Ramganjmandi to Bhopal, distance from Ramganjmandi to Bhopal (capital of Madhya Pradesh) will get reduced by about 123 km. This will also serve as an alternate route for going towards Mumbai as well as New Delhi. The line will also benefit a coal based thermal power plant - Kalisindh Thermal power plant situated 10 km from Jhalawar.
Gadag-Wadi New Line (252 km)
Proposed line passes through important towns of Karnataka. Govt. of Karnataka has issued G.O. for taking this project on 50:50 cost sharing basis with land to be made available free of cost by GoK.
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