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11 stations to be upgraded to airport-like standard


New Delhi, Jan 20: Railways is working towards railway station upgrade. There are reports that around eleven railway stations under the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) will be upgraded to airport-like standard soon. The 11 stations include five in Assam. The upgradation is part of the Indian Railway's Rs 1 lakh crore station redevelopment programme, PTI reported citing a senior official.

11 stations to be upgraded to airport-like standard

As per the directives of Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, the Railways is set to improve illumination levels at the selected railway stations and upgrade them up to airport-like standards, Sharma said.

These 11 railways stations will soon have airport-like facilities. Here's the list:

  • Guwahati
  • Kamakhya
  • Lumding
  • New Tinsukia
  • Dibrugarh
  • Katihar
  • Purnea
  • Kishanganj
  • Barsoi
  • Dimapur
  • Agartala

The Railways has prepared a blueprint for 204 stations which will upgraded. As per Railway Board's directive, the selected stations should have a concourse hall, circulating area, waiting room, platform, reservation office, enquiry office, foot-over-bridge, parking, escalators, lifts and better lighting.

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Several railway stations from each railway division have been chosen which will then act as a model of upgrade for other stations in the division.

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