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Moradabad Division


               


­INTRODUCTION

 

          Moradabad was founded in 1625 by Mughal Prince “MURAD”, son of  Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan.

 Moradabad city is famous for Brass Metal Handicrafts, not only in India but also abroad. This city is situated in western U.P. between 28°-21´ and 28°-16´ Latitude North and 78°- 4´ and 79° Longitude East. Presently it is an Administrative, Industrial and Commercial centre. National Highway 24 passes through the city

Moradabad is the Headquarter of an important Division of Northern Railway. It is an important Railway Junction and lies on the Howrah-Amritsar and Delhi – Guwahati main lines.

 Moradabad Division was created in 1925 as a  part of East Indian Railway. Spread over the states of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, it has a total route kilometrage of 1402.15 Kms. and track kilometrage of 2701.72 Kms, over which 140 pairs of Mail/Express and 60  pairs of passenger trains run. There are 207 stations including 150 block stations. Approximately two lakhs passengers are booked daily from stations of the Division.

       The division caters to important religious and industrial centres of both the states. Important religious piligrim centres of the country like Haridwar, Badrinath, Kedarnath, Rishikesh, Garhmukteshwar, Rajghat, Naimisharanya etc are situated in the area served by the Division.

 Three major fertiliser plants, namely IFFCO/Aonla, Tata Chemicals Limited/Babrala and Kribhco Shyam Fertilisers / Shahjahanpur are located on this division. Major transportation needs of these plants are meet by the division.

Similarly, a number of important sugar factories are situated over the division. The sugar mills at Laksar, Seohara and Dhampurhave their own independent sidings. Other plants load their product from goodshed of Hardoi.

The largest grain market of UP, i.e., Shahjahanpur, also dispatches large volumes of food grain, especially wheat to Southern and North Eastern states.

 Apart from the above, the division provides a number of Goods handling terminals where large volumes of fertilizer, cement, coal , food grains and other miscellaneous commodities are handled.

        Major Oil companies also unload their products at dedicated sidings at Aonla, Najibabadand Banthra. One diesel loco shed for homing 250 GE locomotives has started functioning since 2018. 47 locomotives have so far been received.

               From freight operations point of view, this division serves as a major trunk route for all food grain traffic loaded from Northern States to North Eastern states. It also serves as an important route for transporting important raw materials like coal and steel from North Eastern and eastern regions of the country to the Northern states.


GENERAL INFORMATION

     (Upto March'24)

HEADQUARTER

MORADABAD

ROUTE KILOMETERS Total / Electrified

1407.72 Kms.

TRACK KILOMETERS Total / Electrified

2090.00 Kms.

NUMBER OF STATIONS

207 Station

[152 Block station+ 6 IBH+ 2 Flag+ 47 Halt]

STAFF SANCTION STRENGTH

21276

STAFF ON ROLL

17575

CIVIL DISTRICTS

17

MAIL/EXPRESS & PASSENGER TRAINS

140 PAIRS & 44 PAIRS

MAJOR GOODS TERMINALS

Group-I   -  10 (More than 12 rakes/month)

[HRI, RAC, BRYC, BE, CH, MB, GJL, PRI, RK, BJO]

Group-II  -  06 (7 to 12 rakes/month)

[RMU, GMS, BSC, JWP, RKSH, HRW]

Group-III - 19 (less than 7 rakes/month)

[SAN, BEJ, MAH, BGMU, MINJ, JBG, AJI, DIB, HPU, KRJ, DPR, LRJ, VBH, HRH, AMRO, CBJ, MZM, MNDR,JBG]

PASSENGERS BOOKED IN 22-23 / 23-24

42.25 / 49.66 Million

TOTAL LOADING IN 22-23 / 23-24

6.23 / 5.92 Million Tonnes    

THROUGHPUT  IN 22-23 / 23-24

10601 /8946.17 Units/day

PASSENGER EARNINGS IN 22-23 / 23-24

Rs 810.75 / Rs. 915.57 Crores

OTHER COACHING EARNINGS IN 22-23 / 23-24

Rs. 92.61 / Rs. 91.50 Crores

GOODS  EARNINGS IN 22-23 / 23-24

Rs. 575.25 / Rs. 561.63 Crores

SUNDRY EARNINGS IN 22-23 / 23-24

Rs. 81.68 / Rs. 79.96 Crores

TOTAL EARNINGS IN 22-23 / 23-24

Rs. 1560.28 / Rs. 1648.66 Crores

TICKET CHECKING EARNINGS IN 22-23 / 23-24

Rs. 50.67 / Rs. 41.32 Crores

LUGGAGE PARCEL EARNINGS IN 22-23 / 23-24

Rs. 27.26 / Rs. 27.46 Crores

PRS

50

UTS

150

JTBS

29

STBS/STBA

68

YTSK

6

PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES OUTWARD

FERTILIZER, FOODGRAINS, SUGAR, DEOILED RICE BRAN, TIMBER WASTE, HEAVY MACHINES, ORGANIC MANURE, CEMENT, CONTAINER, AUTOMOBILES (CAR & MOTOR CYCLE) & MINI TRUCK

PRINCIPAL COMMODITIES INWARD

CEMENT, POL, COAL, CONTAINER, FERTILIZER, FOODGRAINS & SALT.

Achievements of Moradabad Division  (2023-24)

 

S. NO.

ON A DAY

Rakes/Wagons

PREVIOUS RECORD(I)

PREVIOUS RECORD(II)

BEST -EVER RECORD

1.

TOTAL RECEIVED

131(6214) 06.06.2022

134(6882) 01.02.2023

139(7142) 12.02.2023

2.

TOTAL MADE-OVER

131(6681) 01.02.2023

135(6904) 14.02.2023

152(7600) 05.02.2023

3.

TOTAL INTERCHANGE

257(12338) 06.06.2022

265(13563) 01.02.2023

270(14742) 14.02.2023

4.         Traffic facility

            a)         UP and DN both had longer loop lines at RYS commissioned on 12.04.23.

            b)         UP loop line at BTRA commissioned on 15.05.23

            c)         UP loop line at CDL commissioned on 21.05.23

            d)         UP loop line at AIG commissioned on 04.07.23

            e)         UP loop line at CAJ commissioned on 23.09.23

            f)          UP loop line at MTB commissioned on 31.10.23

            g)         DN loop line at AWP commissioned on 13.03.24

5.         New Passenger train

1.On 28.10.2023, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Shri Pushkar Singh Dhami flags off through a virtual video link from Dehradun. A new  train service No.14090/14089 to run between Kotdwar and Anand Vihar Terminal (Delhi). On this occasion, a ceremonial function was also held at the Kotdwar Railway Station and Railway Board simultaneously.

2.On 12.03.2024, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi ji flags off through a virtual video link from Dehradun. A new train service No.22545/22546 to run between Dehradun to Lucknow. On this occasion, a ceremonial function was also held at the Dehradun Railway Station and Railway Board simultaneously.

6.         New Traffic

a)Mushroom Traffic in Parcel ex HW- SPN in May'23

b)Honey loading in Parcel ex HPU-GIMB in May'23.

c)New traffic of Potato Ex Hardoi to Bhanga. 3 Rakes of GS/SLR were loaded yielding revenue of 38 lac in July 23

d)The Division has captured the new Piecemeal traffic of SugarEx Bijnor to Dimapur (9 wgn), New Tinsukia (4 wagon) and Poornia (8 wgn) yielding revenue of 33.54 lac in July 23

e)Rice : 10 Wagons Ex HRI-JRNA in piecemeal, revenue generated  ₹ 16.03 lac in Aug'23

f)Sugar:

02 Wagons Ex HRI-AZA in piecemeal, revenue generated ₹ 2.35 lac in Aug'23

9 mini rakes Ex.JBG-DKAE in rake loading, revenue generated ₹ 1.90 Cr. in Jan'24

g)Molasses : 1 rake Ex HRW-SKND, revenue generated  ₹ 75 lac in Sep'23

h)Maize :1.5 rake Ex CH-UMB, revenue generated  ₹ 19.41 lac in Oct’23

i)The Division has captured successfully new traffic of Organic Manure from Roorkee. 02 Wagons of Organic Manure were loaded Ex RK-NRPA valuing ₹ 1.87 lac

j)21 wagons of Wheatwere loaded Ex BRYC-CBF in Feb '24 by Sarthak international pvt ltd. yielding revenue ₹ 45.68 lac

7.         Switching over of trains from Diesel to Electric traction

S.No.

Train No.

From

To

Date

1.

14616

ASR

LKU

17.06.2023

2.

14615

LKU

ASR

17.06.2023

3.

19565

OKHA

DDN

21.07.2023

4.

19566

DDN

OKHA

23.06.2023

5.

25013

MB

RMR

22.06.2023

6.

25014

RMR

MB

23.06.2023

7.

05353

MB

KPV

14.11.2023

8.

05354

KPV

MB

14.11.2023

9.

05333

RMR

MB

14.11.2023

10.

05334

MB

RMR

14.11.2023

11.

05363

MB

LKU

15.11.2023

12.

05364

LKU

MB

14.11.2023

13.

05367

MB

RMR

15.11.2023

14.

05368

RMR

MB

15.11.2023

15.

05365

MB

RMR

15.11.2023

16.

05366

RMR

MB

15.11.2023

17.

14303

HW

DLI

08.12.2024

18.

14304

DLI

HW

08.12.2024

19.

15036

KGM

DLI

10.01.2024

20.

15035

DLI

KGM

10.01.2024

21.

25036

RMR

DLI

10.01.2024

22.

25035

DLI

RMR

10.01.2024

23.

04353

BLM

SPC

14.02.2024

24.

04254

SPC

BLM

14.02.2024

25.

04341

BLM

CNB

26.

04342

CNB

BLM

27.

04304

DLI

BE

01.03.2024

28.

04303

BE

DLI

02.02.2024

8.         RailwayElectrification

a)      Electrification of FCI Siding at HPU on 03.07.23

b)      Electrification of FCI siding at DAM on 06.10.23

c)      Electrification of Jubilant siding at GJL on 03.11.23

d)      Electrification of Yara siding electrified at BBA on 06.11.23

e)      Electrification o PRI Goods Shed on 04.12.23

f)      Entire MB Division is now electrified including sidings on 04.12.23

9.         Speed Increased

a)         Increasing of speed from 15 KMPH to 30 KMPH on first loop lines on BLM-SPC section.               on 05.04.23.

b)         Raising of speed from 100 KMPH to 110 KMPH GJL-MZM section on 19.04.23.

c)         Raising of speed from 100 KMPH to 110 KMPH ROZA-SPC section on 15.11.23.

d)         Raising of speed from 100 KMPH to 110 KMPH MB-SRE section on 02.04.24

e)         Raising of speed from 100 KMPH to 110 KMPH ROZA-AMG section on 02.04.24

f)          Raising of speed from 100 KMPH to 110 KMPH KJY-MCT section on 02.04.24

                       

10.        Improvement of Goods Shed

a)DFCCL & Indian Railway L-Xing No. 05 (Traffic) at KJY commissioned on 22.07.23

b)At Moradabad yard simultaneous reception and dispatch facility in line No. 18 & 19 and 20 & 21 on 27.09.23

11.        Interlocking facility

a)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) commissioned at AUR from Standard-I to Standard-II on 30.07.23

b)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) commissioned at DIB from Standard-I to Standard-II on 30.07.23

c)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) commissioned at BSKR from Standard-I to Standard-II on 05.10.23

d)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) commissioned at BJO from Standard-I to Standard-II on 05.10.23

e)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) and Yard remodeling at RKSH on 26.12.23

f)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) at RAK on 26.12.23

g)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) at MSTH on 26.12.23

h)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) at BEJ on 26.01.24

I)      Electronic Interlocking (EI) at MLW on 16.02.24

J)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) at MKHI on 29.02.24

k)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) at SFPR on 29.02.24

l)      Electronic Interlocking (EI) at BGMU on 16.03.24

m)    Electronic Interlocking (EI) at NM on 21.03.24

n)     Electronic Interlocking (EI) at MAH on 31.03.24

12.        Provision of IBS

(a)  Provision of IBS between KUF-BEG on 18.06.23 & Commissioned on 11.08.2023

(b)  Provision of IBS between RK-IQB on 25.09.23 & Commissioned on 25.09.2023

13.        Road User Safety / Closure of LC gates

1.LC No. 28 on CPS closed due to LHS on 03.04.23.

2.LC No. 30 on CPS closed due to LHS on 03.04.23.

3.LC No. 359  Main line and branch line closed due to LHS on 10.04.23.

4.LC No. 359  Main line closed due to LHS on 15.04.23.

5.LC No. 41 HPU Yard closed due to LHS on 29.04.23

6.LC No. 38  between HPU-HZR closed due to LHS on 05.05.23

7.LC No. 524 CDL closed due to LHS on 22.05.23

8.LC No. 74 between HPU-PKW closed due to LHS on 28.05.23

9.LC No. 305 AIG Yard traffic interlocked closed due to LHS on 04.07.23

10.LC No. 45 GJL Yard closed due to LHS on 22.08.23

11.LC No. 07 close due to merger with L-Xing No. 08 on BLM-SPC section on 04.12.23

12.LC No. 01/Spl. MB closed due to LHS on 29.12.23

13.LC No. 418/Spl. HRH closed due to LHS on 29.12.23

14.LC No. 318 RAC closed due to LHS on 30.01.24

15.LC No. 74 HPU closed due to LHS on 06.03.24

16.LC No. 70 & 73 BSKR closed due to LHS on 18.03.24

14.        Commissioning of GCT ‘KRIBHCO Fertilizer Ltd’ at Banthara

BTRA yard remodeling in connection with KFL siding on 15.05.23 Notification regarding opening of KRIBHCO Fertilizer Limited siding issued on 30.05.23. Loading start from 03.06.23

15.        Best ever on a day Interchange point wise

HNC Received – 39 (1922) rakes on 16.04.22; Made-over – 53 (2407) rakes on 06.06.22

29+53=82 (06.06.22)

LKO Received – 44 (2198) rakes on 01.06.22; Made-over – 38 (2067) rakes on 01.02.23

41+34=75 (25.05.22)

GZB Received – 32 (1549) rakes on 05.09.20; Made-over – 29 (1269) rakes on 07.10.20

23+29=52 (07.10.20)

SPC Received – 23 (918) rakes on 15.06.22; Made-over – 28 (1280) rakes on 01.08.20

20+24=44 (19.01.22)

KRJ Received – 14 (906) rakes on 29.08.23; Made-over – 14 (903) rakes on 29.08.23 14+14=28 (1809) (29.08.23)

Interchange –

            Total Received – 139 rakes (7142 wagons) on 12.02.23; 

Made-over – 152 rakes (7600 wagons) on 05.02.23.

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Source : Northern Railways / Indian Railways Portal CMS Team Last Reviewed : 27-06-2024  


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