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Posted: Jul 03 2012 (1:09PM)

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arya.rishav99*   3027 blog posts   590 correct pred (69% accurate)  
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Is Indian Railway tracks are feet for 150/kmph?

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default speed restriction in max sections is between 110-130 kmph.
but many sections are now altered and made to run 150 and more.
presently 150kmph fit line is NDLS-BPL. there are even more just an example

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sir I have read that in news paper very long before.
I guess just before introduction of BPL shatabdi(probably in 2005 ) I read an article that BPL shatabdi is fastest train in India and for that entire NDLS-BPL stretch is made fit to run 150KMPH

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NDLS - TKD = 130 KMPH
TKD - AGC = 150 KMPH
AGC - LAR = 130 KMPH
LAR - BPL = 120 KMPH
This is the MPS for BPL Shatabdi.
The whole stretch between NDLS - BPL might have been designed for 160 KMPH but a train cannot do more than what has been put up above or in short cannot do more than the MPS.
Just for info i have learned that CNB-NDLS is designed for 160 KMPH operations but
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none of the trains is doing greater than 130 KMPH in this section.

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even KR railways has been designed for 160kmph.

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but today Sealdah New Delhi Duronto is the fastest train in India.
Sealdah New Delhi Duronto average speed 89/kmph.
Bhopal Shatabdi 87/kmph.

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