Nishant Ketu New Delhi [India], July 6 (ANI): Despite the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the North Central Railway (NCR) will load and collect cargo revenues in the first quarter of the current fiscal year 2021-22. Recorded the highest growth ever in.
Briefing Media Representative, VK Tripathi, General Manager (GM), NCR said: MT increased by 33.3% from last year compared to 3.24 MT in the corresponding period last year. From April to June 2021-22, the revenue of the original product was 437.57 chlores, compared to 352.33 chlores last year. An increase of 24.19 percent compared to last year. The load capacity of containers, cement, POL, fly ash, etc. has increased significantly. GM said the North Central Railroad is in harmony with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s focus on “Jarn.” “Bhi, Jahaan Bhi” is committed to doing its best to grow the country’s economy and to provide satisfactory service to its passengers.
He emphasized that during these days the railroad followed the COVID protocol and took great care to ensure social distance, disinfection and mask use at all workplaces and workplaces. The COVID moderation continues the unlocking process, resulting in more active passenger movement and gradual resumption of coaching services.
Tripathi said Zonal Railway is gradually restoring train service in close consultation with the Railway Board. Approximately 86% of postal express trains have been reopened, and unbooked passenger trains are gradually being reopened. In addition, NCR’s six Holiday / Summer Specials (82 trips) are being carried out to eliminate the extra rush of passengers.
“We achieved the highest on-time performance of postal / express trains in history at 93.12 percent in the first quarter of the 2021-2022 fiscal year,” he said.
Tripathi has announced that NCR is actively working to electrify its entire territory in order to carry out its mission of 100% electrification of Indian Railways for infrastructure enhancement.
He said that in fiscal year 2021-22, a total of 517 route kilometers (RKM) and 917 track kilometers (TKM) will be subject to electrification by the end of NCR and 2022-23. NCR is fully electrified with approximately 8700 TKM electrification routes. Various tasks have already been approved by the Railroad Commission on this route.
In line with the national initiative on solar missions, Tripathi said the North Central Railway put solar energy generation first and adopted the “Solar Mission-NCR” from 2021 to 22.
He announced that until June 2021, solar power plants with a capacity of 11 MW were being commissioned at various locations in NCR. (ANI)
NC Railroad Records Record Highest Growth in Freight Revenue
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