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22-04-2024
Delhi Division has made elaborate arrangements for the convenience of passengers during the summer rush.


In this o­ngoing Summer season, Delhi Division of Northern Railway is running Summer special trains for the convenience and to clear extra rush of passengers.

Special Trains

      542 trips of Special Trains (From 07.04.2024 to 01.07.2024) to run ensure smooth and comfortable travel during Summer Season. Special trains have been planned to connect major destinations across the country o­n railway sectors like Delhi (DLI)/New Delhi (NDLS)/Anand Vihar Terminal (ANVT) to Patna, Danapur, Muzaffarpur, Jogbani, Saharsa, Jaynagar, Darbhanga, Gorakhpur, Raxual, Varanasi, Gaya, Shri Vaishno Devi Katra.

      Un-announced special trains shall be run o­n advise of Station Directors or SS, based o­n ground situation.

Crowd Management

      Crowd controlling measures by forming a queue at the terminus stations with the supervision of RPF staff for orderly entry of passengers in unreserved coaches is being ensured.

      “May I Help You” booths are kept operational at important stations where RPF Personnel and TTEs are deputed for proper assistance and guidance of thepassengers.

      All efforts are being done to ensure no change of platform at the last moment.

      Officers have been deputed as Special Duty Officers (SDOs) at NDLS, DLI & ANVT stations during the peak rush period.

      Formation of “Passenger Holding Areas” (Pandals) at New Delhi Ajmeri Gate (4500 Sq. Ft.) & Aand Vihar Terminal (5184 Sq. Ft.) for keeping the crowd in circulating area during pre-departure waiting period, so as to minimize rush at Platforms. Covered tentage, Lighting, Air Coolers, Fans, Water Taps (20 Nos. at New Delhi and 10 nos. at Anand Vihar), Mobile toilet blocks (10 Units for ladies and 10 units for Gents at each station), Food Stalls at both Stations, UTS booking counters (04 Nos. at New Delhi and 04 Nos. at Anand Vihar Terminal Station) and 01 Nos. Enquiry Counters each at New Delhi and Anand Vihar Terminal Station as per need.

      Opening of 15 additional booking/Enquiry Counters at ANVT and Opening of 20 additional booking/ Enquiry Counters at NDLS as per need.

      It is being ensured that drinking water is available in Water Coolers and Water Booths. Water Tapes are being checked regularly that they are in working condition. Drinking water is available at water booths, water coolers and packaged drinking water in stalls. At New Delhi Railway Station, a total of 288 water taps provided at 35 water coolers and 33 water booths are in working condition. Similarly, at Anand Vihar Terminal Station, a total of 144 water taps provided at 07 water coolers and 28 water booths are in working condition.  Regular checks are conducted to ensure of water availability.

      Security Arrangements

•      Special security arrangements at stations including deployment of dog squads, Baggage scanners/Metal Detectors at all entry gates, Hand held metal detectors, Manning of all the entry gates, Mega mikes.

•      Nine Baggage Scanner Machines are installed at New Delhi and two Baggage Scanner Machines are installed at Anand Vihar Terminal. Twenty additional RPF personnel are deployed at New Delhi Railway station and ten additional RPF personnel are deployed at Anand Vihar Terminal.





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