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Ministry of Railways01-October, 2004 16:37 IST
|Sampark Kranti Express trains|
|Of the 18 Sampark Kranti Express trains, announced in the Interim Railway Budget on January 30, 2004 and reiterated in the Railway Budget 2004-2005, two have since been started. 2649/2650 Karnataka Sampark Kranti Express started Tri-weekly between Yaswantpur-Hazrat Nizamuddin on February 8, 2004 with no commercial stoppages and 2651-2652 Tamil Nadu Sampark Kranti Express Bi-weekly from Madurai to Hazrat Nizamuddin on September 19, 2004 with stoppages at Dindigul, Tiruchirapally, Ariyalur, Villupuram, Tambaram, Chennai Egmore and Chennai Beach.
The other 16 Sampark Kranti Expresses will start from October onward. 5265/5266 Darbhanga-New Delhi Bi-weekly Bihar Sampark Kranti Express will have stoppages at Samstipur, Muzaffarpur, Sonpur, Chhapra and Siwan, 2707/2708 Secunderabad-Hazrat Nizamuddin Tri-weekly Andhra Pradesh Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Sirpurkagaznagar, Ramagundam and Kazipet, 2823/2824 Durg-Hazrat Nizamuddin Bi-weekly Chhattisgarh Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Raipur, Bhatapara, Bilaspur and Annupur, 2449/2450 Madgaon-Hazrat Nizamuddin Weekly Goa Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Karmali, Thivim and Pernem, 2917/2918 Ahmedabad-Hazrat Nizamuddin Tri-weekly Gujarat Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Anand and Godhra, 2825/2826 Ranchi-New Delhi Bi-weekly Jharkhand Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Koderma, Gomoh, Bokaro Steel City and Muri,
2653/2654 Kochuveli-Hazrat Nizamuddin Weekly Kerala Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Quilon, Alleppey, Kayamkulam, Eranakulam, Trichur, Shoranur, Calicut and Cannanore, 2907/2908 Bandra-Hazrat Nizamuddin Bi-weekly Maharashtra Sampark Kranti Express with only one stoppage at Borivali, 2121/2122 Jabalpur-Hazrat Nizamuddin Tri-weekly Madhya Pradesh Sampark Express with stoppages at Katni, Damoh, Sagour, Bina and Gwalior, 2819/2820 Bhubaneswar-New Delhi Bi-weekly Orissa Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Balasore, Bhadrak, Jaipur, Keonjhar Road and Cuttack, 2501/2502 Guwahati-New Delhi Bi-weekly Assam Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Goalpara and New Bongaigaon, 2463/2464 Delhi-Jodhpur Tri-weekly Rajasthan Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Delhi Cantt, Alwar, Jaipur, Merta Road and Bikaner, 2447/2448 Manikpur-Hazrat Nizamuddin Tri-weekly Uttar Pradesh Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Mathura, Agra Cantt, Jhansi, Mau Ranipur, Harpalpur, Mahoba, Banda and Atarra, 2445/2446 New Delhi-Udhampur six days Jammu and Kashmir Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Panipat, Ambala Cantt, Ludhiana, Jallundhar Catt, Chakki Bank and Jammu Tawi, 5035-5036 Kathgodam-Delhi Daily Uttaranchal Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Haldwani, Lalkuan, Rudrapur and Rampur, and 2329/2330 Sealdah-New Delhi Bi-weekly West Bengal Sampark Kranti Express with stoppages at Burdwan, Durgapur and Asansol.
While these trains will stop in the States they start from, there will be through traffic between the concerned State and the National Capital. These trains are intended to reduce the distance between States and New Delhi and further strengthen national level connectivity. These super-fast trains will run at a high speed of 110 kilometre per hour.
(Release ID :4151)