The Western Railway (WR) has finished a Udhana-Jalgaon double line plan that was authorised in a Railway Budget of 2009.
The 305-km-long project, joining Udhana in Surat district of Gujarat to Jalgaon district in North Maharashtra, entailed a cost of Rs 2446.85 crore and will yield a fillip to expansion in areas descending underneath this rail section, an central said.
WR arch orator Ravinder Bhakar pronounced trade transformation on a stretch, that has 44 stations, commenced on Jul 22.
As many as 380 bridges, 31 feet over-bridges (FOBs), 66 high turn platforms, 24 middle turn platforms and 7 rail turn platforms were assembled as partial of a project, pronounced a matter released by a WR’s PR department.
Passenger amenities like shelters, toilets and watchful rooms, among others, have also been provided, it said.
Underlining a advantages of a project, Mr Bhakar pronounced detached from augmenting a ability of ferrying passengers as good as goods, a double line will urge punctuality and streamline sight operations.
“It will act as a matter for growth of Nandurbar, Vyara, Dharangaon and other places on a section.
Beside, it will yield couple for North Maharashtra with a under-construction Dedicated Freight Corridor (Delhi-Mumbai),” he said.