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JJKR/Jajpur Keonjhar Road (5 PFs)
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Track: Double Electric-Line

Jajpur Road, Dist - Jajpur 755019
State: Odisha

Elevation: 36 m above sea level
Zone: ECoR/East Coast   Division: Khurda Road

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Aug 18 2018 (23:07) Rail access demand (www.telegraphindia.com)
New Facilities/Technology
ECoR/East Coast
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News Entry# 351679  Blog Entry# 3726673   
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Aug 18 2018 (23:07)
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Stations:  Jajpur Keonjhar Road/JJKR  
Jajpur: Hundreds of people under the aegis of Biraja Kshetra Vikas Parishad (BKVP) have demanded construction of a new railway line from Jajpur-Keonjhar road in the district to Dhamara port in neighbouring Bhadrak district connecting the Jajpur district headquarters town.
"The district headquarters town lacks railway connectivity. People of the district headquarters town and its nearby areas have to travel 30km to 40 km to catch a train," said BKVP president Tapan Maharanya Sharma.
People of Bari, Binjharpur and Dasarathapur blocks in the district will be benefited from the proposed railway connectivity as
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they have to travel at least 50km to reach the nearby railway station at Jajpur-Keonjhar road, Sharma said.
People of the district headquarters town had been demanding the railway connectivity to their areas for the past two decades, he said.
Expressing concern over the apathy of the Union government towards the lack railway connectivity in Jajpur, civil society members and local residents here had sought intervention of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Union railway minister Suresh Prabhu, the Union minister of petroleum and natural gas Dharmendra Pradhan, chief minister Naveen Pattanaik and MPs and local MLAs. "Considering the stance of the Union government that the Indian railway will be connected to each district and its headquarters town of the country, we demand a railway line between Jajpur-Keonjhar road to Dhamara port via the district headquarters town," said Raj Kishore Panda, who spearheaded a public awareness drive on the issue.
This apart, a number of local residents initiated a signature campaign to press for their demand.
  
Aug 18 2018 (22:19) Railway connectivity for Jajpur town demanded (www.newindianexpress.com)
New/Special Trains
ECoR/East Coast
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News Entry# 351665  Blog Entry# 3726564   
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Aug 18 2018 (22:20)
Station Tag: Jajpur Keonjhar Road/JJKR added by a2z~/1674352
Stations:  Jajpur Keonjhar Road/JJKR  
JAIPUR:  Civil society members, social activists and locals have demanded railway connectivity to the district headquarters town of Jajpur. Hundreds of people under the aegis of Biraja Kshetra Vikas Parishad (BKVP) on Thursday sought construction of a new railway line from Jajpur-Keonjhar Road to Dhamara port in neighbouring Bhadrak district connecting the headquarters town. “Jajpur town, one of the oldest municipalities of the State, lacks railway connectivity even after 71 years of Independence. People of the district headquarters town and its nearby areas have to either travel 30 km to Jajpur Road or 40 km to Bhadrak railway station to board a train,” said BKVP president Tapan Maharanya. 
If a new railway line is laid, people of Bari, Binjharpur, Rasulpur and Dasarathapur blocks in the
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district and two blocks of neighbouring Bhadrak will be benefited directly, he said. Besides, the distance between the district headquarters town and Jajpur Road, the gateway to Kalinga Nagar steel hub, would also be reduced.
People have been demanding railway connectivity to Jajpur town for the past couple of decades. However, successive Union governments have turned a deaf ear to the demand, locals said.“People of Jajpur town have high hopes on Narendra Modi Government at the Centre. They believe that the Union Government would gift them a new railway line via Jajpur town which will serve their purpose,” said Bhaskar Chandra Jena.
  
Apr 27 2018 (17:09) FOOT OVER BRIDGES (FOBs) AT SMALL STATIONS: FOCUS ON PASSENGER SAFETY (www.eastcoastrail.indianrailways.gov.in)
Other News
ECoR/East Coast
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News Entry# 335278   
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Apr 27 2018 (17:09)
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Apr 27 2018 (17:09)
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Commuters facing trouble to go from o­ne platform to another at the small Railway Stations will now get relief as Indian Railways has planned to construct Foot Over Bridges (FOBs) at Small Stations giving focus o­n passengers safety and facilitate movement of passengers. These stations will also have High Level and concrete Platforms.
The needs of the FOBs are necessary keeping in view the daily footfall of passengers at the Station. In view of the above, Cuttack and Jajpur Keonjhar Road Stations will have wide FOBs. New FOBs at Cuttack and Jajpur Keonjhar Road Stations will have 6 metres wide focusing a new trend.
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processes are already in motion at Bhubaneswar and Bhadrak Railway Stations with experimental basis giving target to complete within 6 months-a record time for any FOBs in Indian Railways. Work for these FOBs have started in December, 2017 and will be ready to be functional by Rath Yatra, this year.
Earlier, Indian Railways had earlier given focus o­n Unmanned Level Crossings (UMLCs). In East Coast Railway jurisdiction, Khurda Road Railway Division is totally free from Unmanned Level Crossing Gates. All the UMLCs under Khurda Road Division have been closed by March, 2018. Waltair and Sambalpur Railway Divisions targeted to be free from UMLCs by July, 2018.
As UMLCs problem is getting due attention and importance, new focus is to ensure Passengers Safety at Railway Stations. Small Railway Stations including Passenger Halts (PHs) earlier received a lot of complaints of neglect. These complaints will no longer be there. Occasionally, we get reports of people getting run over while crossing tracks. At many Stations, people reportedly go under the Stationary Goods Trains to cross from o­ne track to another.
In view of the above, passengers now need not worry about crossing tracks to move from o­ne Platform to another. This facility of FOB is also coming with raising of Platforms at Stations now with low-level Platforms.
Most of the small Stations are Passenger Halts. This year, as sanction of works under Powers of General Managers have been delegated by Railway Board and focus is o­n providing better passenger amenities and comfort to passengers, it is felt that small Stations should now come in to the focus area.
Small Stations under East Coast Railway to be provided with 1st Foot Over Bridges (FOBs) are Motari, Surla Road, Jhadupudi, Baruva, Summadevi, Bagadia PH, Banbihari Gwalipur, Baridhengarh, Badakhadeita, Jhankada Sarala Road PH, Manguli Choudwar, Mattagazpur, NIN PH, Srijhadeswar PH, Badabandha, Sukinda Road, Sagadapeta, Baghuapal, Chilikidara, Kapali Road PH, Dulakhapatna PH, Brahmani PH, Argul PH, Chhatrapur Court PH, Dhaulimuhan PH, Golabai PH, Kalijai PH, Mukteswar PH, Solari PH, Mahadia PH, Sarpeswar PH, Talcher Thermal PH, Haripurgram PH, Janakideipur, Jenapur Road PH and Junagarh Road.
  
Feb 05 2018 (15:12) Waiting for Godot: A tale of Intercity trains that never keep to timetables (m.timesofindia.com)
Major Accidents/Disruptions
ECoR/East Coast

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BHUBANESAWR: Intercity trains are like fate itself. Everyone knows that they will arrive, but as to when, one can never be really sure. Cheaper than long-distance buses and certainly cheaper than a car for hire, these trains connect several stops with the state capital - forming the very artery of a state where most of the capital city workforce would prefer to go home to the districts at regular intervals. Yet if a timetable exists, the trains scarcely ever keep to it, plunging travellers into an uncertainty that they have had enough of. Harried to no end, most people have no option but to choose express and superfast trains for travel within the state.
But construction work and a host of other
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reasons have led to these trains being rescheduled, quite often of late. Deprived of their second and third options, many travellers have been left with no alternative.
"I always used to take the Bhubaneswar-Visakhapatnam Intercity train to reach my school. The train is originally supposed to arrive at 9.08am at Balugaon, but sometimes it reaches at around 9.50am and even manages to arrive at 10am some times, which has become a big problem for me," said Chita Ranjan Rout, who stays in Bhubaneswar and works as a school teacher at Balugaon.
There are eight intercity trains running across the state and Andhra Pradesh -- seven of the East Coast Railway (ECoR) and one, the South Eastern Railway (SER). As many as 50,000 people can travel on these trains every day. Setting out from their originating stations between 4.20am and 7.35am, most of these trains are scheduled to return to them by afternoon. These timings, although, exist only on paper.
Train3 Needless to say, students and businessmen are the most affected. Youngsters in colleges these days complain of missing almost half of their first morning lecture, while traders lose precious time waiting for trains.
"I normally take the Sambalpur-Puri Intercity to visit Bhubaneswar and purchase cloth for my shop. But it reaches the capital late by almost an hour at times. It is a waste of time because the whole afternoon hour is spent in transit. So I have started travelling in a bus now, even though it takes longer," said Jatin Pradhan, a shop owner who lives at Angul.
For Bhagirathi Panda, a student from Ganjam, a superfast is only 'super fast' in name. "I travel to Berhampur for my banking coaching classes every day. But sometimes I get late due to the abysmal timings of the Bhubaneswar-Visakhapatnam train," he said.
The first Intercity train was started in 2001, between Sambalpur and Bhubaneswar, and was later extended to Puri due to popular demand. By 2003, two more - the Sambalpur-Rayagada and Bhubaneswar-Visakhapatnam - were running.
With trains that never keep to timetables, the troubles of the state's daily passenger know no bounds. Hemanta Pradhan takes a look
BHUBANESAWR: Intercity trains are like fate itself. Everyone knows that they will arrive, but as to when, one can never be really sure. Cheaper than long-distance buses and certainly cheaper than a car for hire, these trains connect several stops with the state capital - forming the very artery of a state where most of the capital city workforce would prefer to go home to the districts at regular intervals. Yet if a timetable exists, the trains scarcely ever keep to it, plunging travellers into an uncertainty that they have had enough of. Harried to no end, most people have no option but to choose express and superfast trains for travel within the state.
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But construction work and a host of other reasons have led to these trains being rescheduled, quite often of late. Deprived of their second and third options, many travellers have been left with no alternative.
"I always used to take the Bhubaneswar-Visakhapatnam Intercity train to reach my school. The train is originally supposed to arrive at 9.08am at Balugaon, but sometimes it reaches at around 9.50am and even manages to arrive at 10am some times, which has become a big problem for me," said Chita Ranjan Rout, who stays in Bhubaneswar and works as a school teacher at Balugaon.
There are eight intercity trains running across the state and Andhra Pradesh -- seven of the East Coast Railway (ECoR) and one, the South Eastern Railway (SER). As many as 50,000 people can travel on these trains every day. Setting out from their originating stations between 4.20am and 7.35am, most of these trains are scheduled to return to them by afternoon. These timings, although, exist only on paper.
Train3 Needless to say, students and businessmen are the most affected. Youngsters in colleges these days complain of missing almost half of their first morning lecture, while traders lose precious time waiting for trains.
"I normally take the Sambalpur-Puri Intercity to visit Bhubaneswar and purchase cloth for my shop. But it reaches the capital late by almost an hour at times. It is a waste of time because the whole afternoon hour is spent in transit. So I have started travelling in a bus now, even though it takes longer," said Jatin Pradhan, a shop owner who lives at Angul.
For Bhagirathi Panda, a student from Ganjam, a superfast is only 'super fast' in name. "I travel to Berhampur for my banking coaching classes every day. But sometimes I get late due to the abysmal timings of the Bhubaneswar-Visakhapatnam train," he said.
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The first Intercity train was started in 2001, between Sambalpur and Bhubaneswar, and was later extended to Puri due to popular demand. By 2003, two more - the Sambalpur-Rayagada and Bhubaneswar-Visakhapatnam - were running.
On February 8, 2006, the Balangir-Bhubaneswar Intercity was introduced to connect the western part of the state to the capital and quickly became one of the most popular local trains in the state.
The ECoR then introduced the Bhubaneswar-Bangiriposhi Intercity on March 30, 2007, closely followed by the Puri-Paradeep Intercity on January 4, 2009, and Visakhapatnam-Koraput on March 24, 2012. By then, the Rourkela-Bhubaneswar Superfast had already begun plying since December 2010.
A senior railway officer said there are several reasons which cause delay in trains but admitted that most are almost without exception, late. "Punctuality rate of all eight of these trains fall under 60 per cent to 80 per cent. This means that most of the trains are running anywhere between 30 minutes to one hour late," he said.
Sometimes, ECoR carries out modernization work at different railway sections, which in turn causes diversions or partial cancellations of trains. Fog, in winter, also creates problems when it comes to trains running at normal speed. Signal problems and lack of enough lines to pass multiple trains through also cause delays.
"In view of the delay of these trains, Umesh Singh, general manager of East Coast Railway (ECoR), has ordered a special drive to improve the punctuality of Intercity trains," said ECoR chief spokesperson J P Mishra.
Mishra reflected upon the intrinsic nature of the Intercity trains to the daily lives of those living in the city. "We have identified critical bottlenecks in the sections between Angul and Barang. Forest officials, for instance, block the Dhenkanal-Angul section for the safety of elephants that pass through. We are intensifying our safety drives and will mobilize our resources in this particular section to increase the punctuality of the trains," he added
  
Jan 17 2018 (22:20) Odisha demands Rs 6,500 crore railway package for 2018-19 financial year (m.timesofindia.com)
IR Affairs
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News Entry# 327247  Blog Entry# 3017638   
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Jan 17 2018 (22:22)
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BHUBANESWAR: The state government on Thursday sought a package of Rs 6,500 crore in the Union budget 2018-19 for growth of railway sector in Odisha.
In a letter to Union railways minister Piyush Goyal, chief minister Naveen Patnaik said the package includes detailed proposals for the ongoing projects, sanctioning of new lines, station modernization, introduction of new trains, extension of existing trains, improved passenger amenities at stations, on board services, establishment of rail based industries and multi modal logistics parks.
As large parts of Odisha have remained untouched by the railways, Naveen urged
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Goyal to sanction new railway lines which would traverse through unconnected and backward districts which are full of natural resources.
Berhampur-Phulbani-Sambalpur, Bargarh-Nuapada via Padampur, Bhadramchalam-Malkangiri, Talcher-Gopalpur, Gopalpur-Singapur Road new broad gauge line (via Padmapur, Ramanaguda, Bankili) and Lanjigarh-Talcher are the six new links the chief minister urged to sanction in the forthcoming budget.
"The new lines can bring prosperity along with connectivity to the needy areas. Apart from these, I have proposed to bear 50 per cent of construction and land cost for a line connecting Puri-Konark, the most important tourist section of the state and a popular international destination," Naveen noted adding the state government would extend all help to the railway ministry for expeditious implementation of railway projects in the state.
The chief minister also demanded four short links connecting industrial, mining areas and ports. These include Talcher- Angul (17 km), Paradip-Dhamra (80 km), Champua-Anandpur-Jajpur (138 km) and Barsuan-Banspal-Badbil (58 km).
Even as the railway ministry has decided to drop the proposed wagon manufacturing unit at Satalapali in Ganjam, Naveen urged to set up a coach manufacturing unit in that place for which the state government has already demarcated over 100 acres of land. Naveen also demanded a concrete sleeper plants at Kantabanji and Bandamunda and railway asset maintenance units in Koraput-Balangir-Kalahandi districts.
The chief minister also urged to initiate the East Coast dedicated freight corridor from Kharagpur to Viajaywada and East-West dedicated freight corridor from Jharsuguda to Bilaspur to ensure seamless movement of freight between the upcoming ports at Kirtania, Chudamani, Dhamra, Astarang and Gopalpur.
"Though both these freight corridors have been announced in the railway budget of 2016-17, no further action has been initiated," Naveen added.
Expressing concern over slow pace of implementation despite the state government has partnered with the railway minister, Naveen urged the railway minister to expedite some of the long pending projects including Khurda Road-Balangir, Talcher-Bimalagarh, Jeypore-Nabarangapur and Jeypore-Malkangiri.
Earlier, Odisha government has agreed to bear 50 per cent of the construction cost of Jeypore-Nabarangapur and 25 per cent of the construction and land cost of Jeypore-Malkangiri lines. It also announced to allocate all land in the Daspalla-Balangir stretch of Khurda-Balangir link free of cost and to share 50 per cent of construction cost.
A new train after noted freedom fighter Buxi Jagabadnhu, mass rapid transit system for Cuttack-Bhubaneswar, new train from Puri to Mumbai via Sambalpur, modernization of major stations and Titlagarh and new divisional headquarters at Rayagada, Jajpur-Keonjhar road and Rourkela are among other wish list.
Of the Rs 5100 crore sanctioned by the railway ministry for Odisha in 2017-18 annual budget, the railway authorities have so far spent around Rs 3100 crore

  
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Re# 3017638-1            Tags   Past Edits
Orissa CM always have keen eye on the railway developments in his state and always make his demands from IR in advance. He should be emulated by CMs of other states as well.
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