Electric Locomotive Allocation and Transfer Updates

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

IR to retain 700 diesel locos post full electrification

The Railway Board has decided to retain 700 diesel locomotives in mainland operation over zonal railways. Read more »

CRS inspects the newly electrified Dhrangadhra-Surendranagar-Dhola section

With this, WR has successfully completed the electrification of total 535 RKM during current financial year to date. Read more »

SCR takes 30 trains on electric traction : To save Rs 53 crores

South Central Railway, has taken 30 trains on electric traction during the current fiscal FY20 Read more »

Electrification: CORE Targets 2,504 km Completion in Jan, Feb and March 2020

CORE plans to complete electrification of 2,504 route km of railway network before 31st March 2020. Full list of sections and target dates available. Read more »

ECR completes a slew of projects this fiscal

ECR converts 47 km of metre gauge sections, constructs 21-km of new lines besides completing 98-km of doubling. Read more »

Diamond Jubilee of 25 KV electric traction on IR: how it all started

Sixty years of AC traction on Indian Railways completed. Durgapur to Mughalsarai, Asansol to Tatanagar, Kharagpur to Rourkela and Rajkharsawan to Dangoaposi sections were the first sections on 25kV AC. Read more »

Parivartan Sangoshthi: PMO Sets Stiff Targets for Indian Railways

Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has set stiff performance targets for Indian Railways (IR). Vision 2024 was tabled at the two-day brainstorming session of IR’s officers named Parivartan Sangoshthi. Read more »

Electrification Work in Dharmavaram – Pakala Section of SCR Begins

The electrification work is being done through Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) mode. KEC International Limited has been entrusted with the responsibility of works. Read more »

58 per cent of IR under electric traction

IR electrifies 13687 route km between 2014 and 2019. Read more »