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Commissioner Railway Safety Inspects Newly Laid Double Line in KK Line

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Commissioner Railway Safety (CRS) of South East Circle conducted speed trial run on the 20.704-km long newly laid second railway track from Charamulakusimi to Jeypore in Kottavalasa-Kirandul Line. The train run was successful. The track was laid as part of the doubling of Kottavalasa-Kirandul railway line. Commissioner Railway Safety, Shri A K Rai accompanied by Divisional Railway Manager Shri Chetan Kumar Shrivastava , Chief Administrative Officer, ECoR Shri B K Gupta ,Chief Project Manager (Construction) Shri K D Rao, Chief Electrical Engineer ( Construction) Shri Bhattacharjee, Senior Divisional Engineer (West) Shri Satyanarayana and other officials examined the track. Depending on the report to be submitted by the committee, the train services will be operated in this newly constructed double line.

During the inspection the CRS will examine tracks and signal system before he tests the speed trial of the train. Speed trial is conducted to determine the maximum permissible speed at which trains would be allowed to run, if the section is found fit for carriage of passenger traffic. After this inspection, CRS will give certificate on the track and overall system. Then the track will be declared fit for passenger traffic.

Earlier, the newly constructed double line between Gidam-Dantewara, Kumarsadara-Charamulakusimi in this section have already commenced. Similarly the newly constructed double line between Kottavalasa-Mallividu-S.Kota also commissioned in 2019. Further CRS will inspect the newly laid double line between Paliba-Macchakund 13kms track on 23.07.2020.

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