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CRLM/Karmelaram (2 PFs)
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Track: Construction - Doubling+Electrification

Carmelaram bus stop, Sarjapur Road, Bangalore 560035
State: Karnataka

Elevation: 902 m above sea level
Zone: SWR/South Western   Division: KSR Bengaluru (Bangalore)

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Number of Platforms: 2
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Rating: 3.1/5 (34 votes)
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Sep 02 (10:06) Varthur corporator bats for Carmelaram Rail Over Bridge (
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SWR/South Western

News Entry# 390035  Blog Entry# 4416425   
  Past Edits
Sep 02 2019 (10:07)
Station Tag: Karmelaram/CRLM added by 12649⭐️ KSK ⭐️12650^~/1203948
Stations:  Karmelaram/CRLM  
The Varthur corporator has taken up the cause of the much-delayed Carmelaram Rail Over Bridge (ROB) work. Residents of the area have demanding the RoB for two years now, as they often get stuck in the traffic for hours. The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and Southwestern Railways (SWR) had started work on chalking out a plan, but there is no movement on the plan. Last week, Varthur Ward (149) corporator Pushpa Manjunath wrote a letter to the Bengaluru Central MP PC Mohan asking that the ROB work be carried out to bring some respite to the residents. The corporator said, “Commuters near the Carmelaram Junction get stuck for more than an hour during peak hours because of the road and the railway crossing. If the ROB is constructed this situation will be eased. We have been seeing residents post their problems every day on WhatsApp and Facebook.”It may be...
recalled that the Carmelaram Rail Over Bridge (ROB) did get a final nod, but the authorities now seem to be in a bind over it again. The government had sanctioned Rs 20 crore for the project, but a couple of months ago, the BBMP said the project won’t take off as residents were not willing to part with their property for the construction of the bridge.Commuters near the Carmelaram Junction get stuck for more than an hour during peak hours because of the road and the railway crossing. If the ROB is constructed this situation will be eased­–Varthur Corporator Deepankar Patnaik, a resident of the area, said, “We met the MP and the corporator again to inform them about the problems we face at the junction daily.”Though the BBMP sanctioned Rs. 20 crore for the project, it did not actually give the amount to the SWR to kick-start the work.Sources from the railway department said, “The designs are ready with us and we will submit it to the BBMP. The money was only announced but not given to us.”
Aug 23 (10:54) Citizens fume as Varthur under bridge turns into a pool (
Commentary/Human Interest
SWR/South Western

News Entry# 389301  Blog Entry# 4408365   
  Past Edits
Aug 23 2019 (10:55)
Station Tag: Heelalige/HLE added by First SF on GdgHg section 21139 40~/48335

Aug 23 2019 (10:55)
Station Tag: Karmelaram/CRLM added by First SF on GdgHg section 21139 40~/48335

Aug 23 2019 (10:55)
Station Tag: Belandur Road/BLRR added by First SF on GdgHg section 21139 40~/48335
Heavy rains turned the Railway Under Bridge (RUB) at the Panathur-Belegere road in Varthur ward into a veritable pond, prompting netizens to criticize its unscientific construction.
Angry residents used sarcasm to vent their ire, calling the RUB a brand new swimming pool the officials have opened without informing them. “Best part is, it’s free of cost. Now everyone can swim – this was a witty remark of a citizen about the RUB,” they said.
Vehicles sink in the knee-deep water and one of the RUBs in the road has become a nightmare for
the commuters. Residents say that the situation becomes unimaginably worse during the rains.
“I happened to pass through the RUB two days ago. Vehicles are half-sunk since the RUB was flooded. My bike stopped while crossing the water. I was stuck and called for help, but no one wants to get into the water,” said Ankita Misra.
She said water entered the bike’s silencer and she could not start the bike for hours. “I don’t know how I made home,” she said.
Pushpa Manjunath, the local corporator, said the RUB was originally designed as a culvert. The passage was recently paved through the culvert to ease traffic snarls in Panathur.
“Without this passage on the Panathur-Belagere road, commuters would be spending long hours in traffic. The RUB is reducing traffic jams by 50%. The problem is only in the rainy season, as this was originally designed as a culvert,” she said.
The corporator said commuters will not have problems using the RUB now since water drains through a storm water drain.
The situation is no better in the underpass in Doddanekkundi village, where hundreds of vehicles are stranded in the last three days.
“We’re informed that a big team of BBMP officials are working in the site to solve the problem. A rajakaluve nearby is at a higher level and water isn’t draining,” a Doddanekkundi resident said.
Similarly, the Iblur junction-Carmelaram stretch of Sarjapur Road is giving nightmares to commuters. The underground drainage work carried out here is causing water to overflow onto the road.
Apr 24 (11:33) Namma Bengaluru: Suburban train stations in dire need of better infrastructure (
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SWR/South Western

News Entry# 381062  Blog Entry# 4300164   
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Apr 24 2019 (11:38)
Station Tag: Heelalige/HLE added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Apr 24 2019 (11:38)
Station Tag: Karmelaram/CRLM added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Apr 24 2019 (11:38)
Station Tag: Belandur Road/BLRR added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Apr 24 2019 (11:38)
Station Tag: Whitefield/WFD added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Apr 24 2019 (11:38)
Station Tag: Hoodi Halt/HDIH added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Apr 24 2019 (11:33)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147
A robust suburban rail network for the city remains a dream as the central and State governments are yet to reach a consensus on various issues, including the formation of a Special Purpose Vehicle, to take up the project on a large scale.
However, regular passengers, who rely on the existing suburban trains to commute to offices in Whitefield, Bommasandra and other areas, want South Western Rail (SWR) to upgrade amenities at various stations. This will encourage more people to take the train to work. The problems include lack of last-mile connectivity and amenities such as shelters, parking space, restrooms, and foot-overbridges.
who works in Bommasandra industrial area, travels from Hebbal to Heelalige every day. He said, “I live in Yelahanka New Town. Going by bus or other modes of transport to reach my work place in Bommasandra, which is located more than 40 km away, will take up to three hours. To avoid traffic and travel expenses, I take the Yeshwantpur to Hosur train from Hebbal. Travelling in train is cheaper than other modes of transport. But last-mile connectivity is an issue at Heelalige station. Many employees rent a private passenger vehicle to reach their workplace.”
According to Sanjeev Dymannavar, commuter rail activist, the SWR should work optimise existing infrastructure to provide more train services on these lines. For example, in February, automatic signalling was commissioned between Cantonment and Whitefield. “This has facilitated SWR to operate more trains during peak hours. Also, the authorities should introduce more amenities at stations like Bellandur, Hoodi and Heelalige,” he said.
SWR officials maintain that amenities are provided depending on the 'category' (revenue generated and passenger footfall) of a station. E. Vijaya, Deputy General Manager and Chief Public Relations Officer, said, “Standard amenities are available at these stations. However, work on some additional amenities is being undertaken.”
Little shelter at Hoodi Railway Station
With sparse shelter and lack of signage, Hoodi station is underdeveloped when compared to other stations. Though it has been recently improved in terms of infrastructure and got a pedestrian bridge, it lacks drinking water facilities and restrooms. “The restrooms are only for the use of authorities. We need to fight with railway staff if we want to use them,” said a commuter.
Even though unlicenced vendors and beggars aren’t allowed on the premises, the rule is not strictly implemented with a few managing to board trains. The issue comes under the purview of the Railway Protection Police.
Not all trains stop at this station. Like at most stations, there is a lack of signage naming the trains that halt at this station. Some trains make an unofficial stop.
“You can always ask people about the trains that halt here. If you don’t want to do that, you can always turn to technology. There are apps for trains, like the ‘Where is My Train’ app,” said K.N. Manasa, a commuter.
Such apps not only mention the expected arrival time and schedule of trains but also track delays.
Commuters happy with Whitefield Railway Station
As Whitefield is a popular stop, commuters have access to better infrastructure and facilities, including waste disposal bins. However, commuters say that drinking water facilities are of sub-par quality.
There are waiting rooms, but they are mainly used by dogs, said commuters adding that washrooms have a pungent smell and are not well maintained.
For the most part, though, commuters who use the station are happy with the amenities. There is, however, a clear disparity between old and new trains. The new trains have better seats, fans that work and more legroom.
During peak morning and the evening hours, however, passengers said the trains are so crowded that there is no space to stand. Pickpocketing is a common complaint.
“Four days ago, a man who was near the door fell off the Swarna train. There was no space inside. Everyone was pushing and pulling,” said Mukunda M., a regular commuter who was on his way to KGF when the incident took place.
Fellow passengers immediately pulled the emergency chain, bringing the train to a halt. He was brought back on to the train, given water, and taken to a hospital. “Fortunately, his injuries were not fatal,” Mukunda added.
Bellandur Road Railway Station lacks basic amenities
The platform at Bellandur Road Railway does not have a roof because of which passengers do not get protection from the sun and rain. The ground floor of the station building has a vacant room with barricades to prevent people from using it. The first floor houses the ticketing counter, which is also the office of the station master.
With one track and one platform, the station handles 4 daily and 6 non-daily (excluding Sunday) trains going towards Salem and K.S.R. Bengaluru. The station lacks basic amenities such as toilets, medical aid centre, and dust bins. The lone drinking water point had a broken tap and no supply of water.
Carmelaram Railway Station: A cut above the rest
Passengers who use Carmelaram Railway Station are waiting for completion of the under construction foot-overbridge that will connect the two platforms. This station has better amenities compared to others on the suburban line network. It is a well-maintained by a dedicated team of 14 staff members who prioritise cleanliness.
The platform has a water cooler with several functioning drinking points that provide 24-hour supply. A display board shows availability of WiFi connectivity, but the facility could not be accessed on a mobile phone.
A public toilet block, which included a Divyanjan Friendly Toilet, on a platform was locked, but is opened during rush hours. Adequate lighting and a common waiting area make this station a pleasant change from the others.
Announcements regarding trains are made on speakers by the on-duty station master. The station has an active 24-hour computerised ticket counter of PRS (Public Reservation System) and UTS (Unreserved Ticket System).
Commuters point to the wet and dry waste bins that encourages segregation of waste at source. Wheelchair facilities for the elderly is available.
Heelalige Railway Station
Of the two platforms, only one has a small roof. In the absence of a foot-overbridge, commuters often cross over the railway lines. There are two drinking water points out which one is non-functional and does not have a tap. The other has only one functional tap.
On the plus side, the station has an adequate number of wet and dry waste bins, a restroom, wheelchair facilities for the elderly, and is well-maintained.
However, according to a frequent passenger, the public toilet remains locked and is used only by railway staff. There is a small common waiting area with adequate seating and information boards displaying train details like arrival, departure, train numbers and helpline numbers.
Another display board shows availability of WiFi connectivity but could not be accessed on a phone. A bell is used to announce the arrival of trains.
Mar 17 (20:49) Stop the bus, hop and catch a train (
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SWR/South Western

News Entry# 378937  Blog Entry# 4263742   
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Mar 17 2019 (20:54)
Station Tag: Baiyyappanahalli/BYPL added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (20:53)
Station Tag: Heelalige/HLE added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (20:53)
Station Tag: Hebbal/HEB added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (20:53)
Station Tag: Nayandahalli/NYH added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (20:53)
Station Tag: Karmelaram/CRLM added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (20:53)
Station Tag: Krishnarajapuram/KJM added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (20:53)
Station Tag: Banaswadi/BAND added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (20:49)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147
To help every commuter make that seamless switch from the train to a BMTC bus and back, there is a solution that is not rocket science: Multi-modal connectivity. Yet, many railway stations in the city are too far away from bus stops. Should every commuter depend on expensive cabs to connect that last mile?
At the Banaswadi station, this poor rail-bus connectivity has now trapped thousands of passengers in deep trouble. The decision of the South Western Railways to shift the origin of a few long-distance trains from Yeswanthpura Terminal to Banaswadi has deepened the commute woes.
in the interiors of Banaswadi, the station is nearly a kilometre away from the nearest bus stop. Only cabs and autorickshaws can negotiate the narrow roads leading to the station, which has grown significantly in importance in recent years.
Banaswadi woes
Yeswanthpura residents now spend over two to three hours in heavy peak-hour traffic to reach Banaswadi, but their only commute options are cabs and autorickshaws. “Bus is totally ruled out. Even if we change two buses, we still have to take an auto to cover the last one kilometre. And the drivers charge in excess of Rs 50,” notes Mohammed Sameer, a frequent traveller.
But even at stations where bus stops are near, exit locations are a big problem. For instance, at the K R Puram station – where dozens of long distance trains halt -, the pedestrian overbridge lands right at the mouth of the only underpass below the cable-stayed bridge.
To cross the road, hundreds of passengers, carrying heavy luggage compete with the entire Outer Ring Road traffic that passes under the bridge. The bus stop across the road has no shelter, and the entire area gets chaotic every time a train unloads passengers in hordes.
KR Puram troubles
Extending the foot overbridge to the other side of the road was suggested as a possible solution. But this has remained on paper for years. The connectivity issue is likely to remain unresolved even after the Metro station on the Phase-2 line gets operationalised.
Bus connectivity should imply easy accessibility from both sides of the railway station, contends urban rail analyst, Sanjeev Dyamannavar. “Nayandahalli station has accessibility for buses only from the Mysuru Road side, not from the Vijayanagar side. This is a problem with Jnanabharathi and Kengeri stations too,” he points out.
Poor connectivity issues also plague the Bellandur Road station off Outer Ring Road (ORR). Many IT professionals who take the skeletal suburban rail service from this station complain about this critical gap. “The approach road is too narrow. If they can work out a way, BMTC can introduce mini buses to ferry commuters between the station and IT Parks along ORR,” Dyamannavar notes.
Carmelaram model
A model currently exists at the Carmelaram station, where a recently introduced shuttle bus service takes employees to their offices on Sarjapur Road and surroundings.
In the first week of March, BMTC had launched three new bus routes along the IT corridor, linking Electronic City Wipro Campus, Kasavanahalli, Doddakannalli, Haralur and HSR Layout. The third route now operates in a loop to Carmelaram railway station, connecting Doddakannalli, Kadubisanahalli, Bellandur Gate and Kaikondanahalli.
Heelalige’s potential
This service could also work perfectly at the Heelalige station, located barely six kilometres away from Electronics City. The station is currently served by a lone BMTC bus. But some employees working in Biocon, Narayana Hrudayalaya, Wipro and other companies have pooled money to arrange a shuttle service informally. Many feel this job can be done by BMTC.
A dedicated Heelalige – Electronic City bus link could dramatically decongest Hosur Road and all the junctions underneath the elevated road once the Hosur line is double-tracked and more trains introduced. The load on Silk Board Junction and Madiwala could also reduce, feel regular commuters.
Regular train travellers are ready to walk up to 500 metres to reach the nearest bus stop. But this mandates that the footpaths are well lit and safe. At the Lottegollahalli station, the half kilometre walk is a taxing one for commuters. There is no proper footpath or lighting.
Commuter innovations
Frustrated by the apathy of both railways and the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC), many commuters have devised their own ways to connect the last mile. At the Hebbal railway station, shared autorickshaws have emerged as a favourite option to connect to Manyata Tech Park off Outer Ring Road.
Suburban rail activists say these connectivity gaps will have to be bridged to ensure that the efficiency of a full-fledged commuter rail network is maximised. Several new railway stations have been proposed along the proposed network’s four corridors. The railways and BMTC, they say, will have to work together to ensure accessible bus stops at each of these stations.
Namma Metro dimension
The completion of Namma Metro’s second phase will add another dimension to the connectivity problems. Many Metro stations under the first phase are without bus bays. This serious design flaw should be addressed at least in the second phase, expected to be operationalised within the next two years.
A few models to emulate have emerged. The Baiyappanahalli Metro terminal, for instance, has a seamless link to the Byappanahalli railway station. BMTC buses pick up passengers from the Old Madras Road entrance to nearby destinations.
The pedestrian bridge linking the City Railway Metro station with the KSR City station has an exit towards Magadi Road. BMTC buses headed towards Magadi Road and surrounding areas could pick up passengers from this point if stops are allowed.
Fast-tracking a Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority (UMTA), as commuters and experts alike point out, can address connectivity issues with a holistic approach. The Railways, the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) and the BMTC should have no reason to complain and pass the buck thereafter.

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Mar 19 (22:07)
brandonbuffard^~   18546 blog posts   10583 correct pred (74% accurate)
Re# 4263742-4            Tags   Past Edits
Pune being smaller town compared to Bangalore has commuter trains (in term if population Bangalore is larger)
Bangalore doesn't have.

Mar 19 (22:08)
16229🔹MYS🔄BSB Express🔹16230^~   15283 blog posts   4358 correct pred (95% accurate)
Re# 4263742-5            Tags   Past Edits
Stations must be developed and BMTC bus connectivity must be given to these stations and suburban trains must run in Bengaluru as soon as possible

Mar 19 (22:11)
MJ*^~   10731 blog posts   11817 correct pred (68% accurate)
Re# 4263742-6            Tags   Past Edits
Local Politicians are backed by auto union (mafias)they can allow E-RICkshaws just like in Delhi to end the menace of 100/km notorious autos once it for all.whenever I travel in Delhi areas most areas are covered by e-rickshaws they charge mere 10/passenger for 1-2 kms which is too economical and rapid instead of depending on city buses to connect

Mar 19 (22:15)
16229🔹MYS🔄BSB Express🔹16230^~   15283 blog posts   4358 correct pred (95% accurate)
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Yes, this can be done. Chennai has share auto service and I have travelled in it. It is economical too

Mar 20 (09:42)
12649 💎 KTK Sampark Kranti 💎 12650^~   6178 blog posts   438 correct pred (77% accurate)
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Bangalore is day by day becoming a mafia raj
Mar 17 (19:35) Last mile connectivity: A major challenge for commuters (
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News Entry# 378936  Blog Entry# 4263656   
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Mar 17 2019 (20:56)
Station Tag: Karmelaram/CRLM added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (20:56)
Station Tag: Whitefield/WFD added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (20:56)
Station Tag: Malleswaram/MWM added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (19:36)
Station Tag: Jnana Bharati Halt/GNB added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (19:36)
Station Tag: Krishnadevaraya Halt/KNDV added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (19:35)
Station Tag: Kengeri/KGI added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (19:35)
Station Tag: Nayandahalli/NYH added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147

Mar 17 2019 (19:35)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by 16591🔹Hampi Express🔹16592^~/36147
All stations in West Bengaluru witness congestion due to heavy movement of trains between Bengaluru and Mysuru. Stations in West Bengaluru include Nayandalli, Kengeri, Jnanabharati and Krishnadevaraya.
Though Attiguppe, BCC Layout, Chandra Layout, RPC Layout and satellite bus stand are close to Krishnadevaraya station, passengers are forced to shell out more money to reach their destinations. As the BMTC has failed to ensure proper connectivity, the train commuters are forced to spend hours waiting.
Mahananda, who stays close to Kengeri railway station says the autorickshaw drivers cash in on the absence of effective
connectivity. “These drivers virtually extort money from passengers. Unsuspecting passengers who land at the station are easy prey for them. The station is remotely located with no last mile connectivity to any of the areas nearby,” he explains.
Many commuters say the BMTC hardly provides any service, and this deters people from using the local train services.
Though Jnanabharthi station is centrally situated, passengers continue to face the challenge of connectivity. The biggest challenge is the schedule as buses in the nearby shelters fail to follow proper timings.
“What we need at Krishnadevaraya station is a prepaid autorickshaw counter. This will help residents of Vijayanagar, Girinagar, Avalahalli, Chandra Layout and RPC Layout,” Ramakrishna N, an auditor from Attiguppe points out.
He adds: “The train commuters face hardships due to lack of connectivity. There are no BMTC buses from the station. Connectivity to Satellite Bus stand and nearest metro stations continues to haunt passengers.”
Raghuram, who frequently commutes between Bengaluru and Hubballi, says that Malleswaram station is strategically located without proper feeder service. “The nerest bus stand is over one and half kilometres away from the station. Feeder service from Malleswaram to the nearest busy locations and metro stations would help commuters,” he suggests.
Passengers point out how lack of feeder buses to Manyata Tech Park from Hebbal railway station affects them. “Two things are certain. One is, waiting period for vehicles. Second, spending more time for private vehicles or autorickshaws,” says one of the frequent train commuters. The situation is mostly similar at Lottegollahalli.
It gets even worse in East Bengaluru, particularly at the Whitefield and Carmelaram stations.
Getting to Whitefield railway station is a nightmare for commuters as there is only one entrance on the Northern side. Commuters heading from the South should choose between climbing the boundary wall or cross the railway tracks to reach the main entrance in the North. The situation has remained the same for some years now. The railway authorities are yet to act.
The railway station, which sees approximately 30 local and express trains a day, is used by thousands every day. The foot over bridge is not only narrow but has no access to the Northern side of the platform.
This forces commuters coming from the Southern side to walk two kilometres on the road around the station to reach the entrance in the North and then the platform.
Sharada M, a regular commuter, has this to say: “The foot over bridge doesn’t help us in anyway as the direct path to the Northern platform is blocked. Even if we use the over bridge, we have to walk two kilometres to reach the entrance in North. So, many ladies are forced to climb walls because of this, even wearing a sari.”
The train commuters should walk at least half a kilometre from Carmelaram station to reach the bus stop, to hit Sarjapura or KR market sides. “I see a lot of labourers coming with heavy luggage on their heads. It is so pitiable to see old people walk with luggage. There are not even autos to facilitate these people from the station,” says Bhuvana Reddy, a resident of Carmelaram.
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