Electric Locomotive Allocation and Transfer Updates

List of electric loco allocations updated regularly. Please keep checking page for updates. Read more »

Tata S Minitrucks Hop onto Indian Railways for Bangladesh from NER’s Haldi Road Station

North Eastern Railway's Izzatnagar Division has sent its first consignment of Tata S minitrucks to Bangladesh by rail from Haldi Road station Read more »

UPDATED: India Hands Over 10 BG Diesel Locomotives to Bangladesh

India has handed over 10 broad gauge diesel locomotives to Bangladesh as grant as per an agreement inked earlier. Read more »

CR: 350 People Carried Out Engineering, OHE and S&T Maintenance Work in Sunday Megablock

A team of 350 personnel carried out various maintenance activities in Central Railway's Mumbai suburban network area, see details inside Read more »

How Floods in North Bihar Disrupted Rail Operations Over 120 Years – Part 1

A look back at how floods have regularly disrupted railway operations in North Bihar over the past 120 years Read more »

Bihar Floods: Trains Suspended Between Sagauli and Majhowlia

Train services between Sagauli and Majhowlia in Samastipur Division of East Central Railway were suspended on Saturday. This was done after continuous rainfall led to water touching the girders of bridge number... Read more »

All Wagons To Get RFID Tags by December 2022, 23,000 Already Complete

Indian Railways has tagged 23,000 wagons with RFID and plans to complete the rest by December 2022, according to a statement by the Railway Board Read more »

6,500+ Locos Now Fitted With RTIS, 6,000 More By December 2021

Indian Railways has fitted 6,500 locomotives with the Real Time Information System (RTIS) so far, and will complete installation on another 6,000 Read more »

Central Railway Rebuilt, Fixed Bridges at 33 Locations During Lockdown

Central Railway utilized the low traffic conditions during the lockdown to rebuild and fix 33 bridges across the network Read more »

No ETCS L2 for Mumbai-Delhi-Howrah 160 Km/h Upgrade, Homegrown TCAS Gets Green Signal Instead?

Indian Railways may be set to ditch ETCS L2 in favor of its own homegrown TCAS train protection system, and this could lead to significant savings. Read more »