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News Entry# 414222
Jul 15 (15:38) Chennai-Mumbai train journey to get faster? Indian Railways conducts important 130 kmph sectional speed test (www.financialexpress.com)
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Jul 15 2020 (15:39)
Station Tag: Renigunta Junction/RU added by Rail Fanning/718429

Jul 15 2020 (15:39)
Station Tag: Gooty Junction/GY added by Rail Fanning/718429
The COCR test was conducted on 280 km stretch of the Chennai-Mumbai Indian Railways route for increasing the sectional speed to 130 km per hour.
Chennai-Mumbai train journey to be faster soon! Recently, the Research Design and Standards Organisation (RDSO) conducted a COCR (Confirmatory Oscillograph Car Run) test in Guntakal Division’s Renigunta-Gooty section for up and down line, which falls under the South Coast Railway zone. The COCR test was conducted on 280 km stretch of the Chennai-Mumbai Indian Railways route for increasing the sectional speed to 130 km per hour. According to the national transporter, it was an “excellent run”. During the run, more than 80 per cent section was recorded with a speed of above 130 km per hour. Indian
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Railways said that it was one of the longest routes with more than 80 per cent of the section recorded 130 km per hour plus speed.
Earlier this month, Financial Express Online had reported about Indian Railways’ ambitious project to upgrade the speed potential of the Golden Quadrilateral and its diagonals. These are; Delhi-Chennai, Delhi-Mumbai, Mumbai-Chennai, Delhi-Howrah, Mumbai-Howrah, Howrah-Chennai. By the end of the current financial year, Indian Railways hopes to upgrade the speed potential on these 6 major routes to 130 kmph. Simultaneously, Piyush Goyal-led Indian Railways is also working to upgrade the Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah routes to 160 kmph speed potential by the end of 2023. The aim is to reduce the overall train journey time on dense routes.
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