Electrification of 28,810 km of Railway Line by December 2023: Piyush Goyal

Electrification of 28,810 kilometres of lines on Indian Railways is planned by December 2023, according to Minister of Railways Piyush Goyal. Annual targets inside Read more »

Railways: Thrust Areas of Budget 20-21

Railway related allocations, investment targets and revised targets from the Union Budget 2020-21 Read more »

10 per cent rise in freight loading: GM CR

10 per cent rise in freight loading: GM CR Read more »

WR exceeds earnings target by Rs 77 crore:GM

WR exceeds earnings target by Rs 77 crore:GM Read more »

SER: Freight Customers Organized to Improve Loading Performance

Freight Customer Meet was organized by South Eastern Railway to assess growth projections for remaining months of the Financial Year and expected demand for next FY Read more »

Indian Railways Goods Earnings Remain Lower YoY, Passenger Earnings Improve

Indian Railways continued to register a fall in freight revenues from April to December 2019 period over the same period last year. Read more »

SWR First Zone to Complete Phase I of Video Surveillance System

SWR is the first Zone in Indian Railway to have completed the work in Phase-I. In Phase-I targeted for completion by March 2020, SWR was given a target of 9 stations to... 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 »

Faster Rajdhani Services Coming: RB Directs All Rajdhanis to be Converted to Push-Pull Config by March 2020

Rajdhanis, Shatabdis, Durontos to be made Push-Pull to reduce journey times. RB asks Zones to ensure speedy implementation. Zones asked to suggest a revised timetable for converted trains. Mumbai Rajdhani and August... Read more »

IR Needs to Focus on Higher Internal Revenue Generation: CAG Report

Analysing the national transport behemoth’s numbers both bottom-up and top-down, the CAG concluded that Indian Railways (IR) could not have shown a surplus of earnings (of Rs 1,665.61 crore) over its expenses... Read more »