Indian Railways Sets Target of Laying 4,100 km of Tracks in 2018-19

Indian Railways Sets Target of Laying 4,100 km of Tracks in 2018-19

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Date of Post: 19 July, 2018

New Delhi: Railways has set a target of laying 4,100 km of tracks in 2018-19, which includes 1,000 km of new lines, the Minister of State for Railways Rajen Gohain told the Lok Sabha. The Minister said, this also includes 1,000 km of gauge conversion and 2,100 km of doubling of lines.

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  • Gohain said,”For timely completion of the projects, railway is holding regular meetings with state government and central government officials concerned on various issues involving alignment, land acquisition, forestry and wild life clearances, law and order problems, shifting of utilities.”
  • For important projects, capacity enhancement projects, last mile connectivity, institutional financing has been done by arranging loan from the Life Insurance Corporation of India Ltd. for 1.5 lakh crore, which has increased the railways’ capacity for committed fund provision for such projects, he said.
  • Gohain, giving details of railway tracks being laid down daily in the past 3 years, said while in 2015-16, 7.75 km were commissioned per day, in 2016-17 it was 7.82 km and in 2017-18 5.10 km per day.
  • In 2018-19 the targeted daily length of commissioning is 11.23 km.

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Narinder Sharma is a part of the content team of Rail Analysis India as a writer and marketing executive.
His interest is in the Railways , Metro and Transportation Sector of India.
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