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CSDR/Channasandra (2 PFs)
ಚನ್ನಸಂದ್ರ     चन्नसंन्द्रा
[Ramamurthy Nagar]

Track: Double Electric-Line

Outer ring road, Ramamurthynagar signal, Bangalore.
State: Karnataka

Elevation: 913 m above sea level
Zone: SWR/South Western   Division: KSR Bengaluru (Bangalore)

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Mar 06 (15:34) Karnataka Budget: Rs 500 crore for Bengaluru suburban railway comes as a saving grace (www.deccanherald.com)
Rail Budget
SWR/South Western
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News Entry# 402511  Blog Entry# 4585415   
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Mar 06 2020 (15:34)
Station Tag: Hebbal/HEB added by Next train from SWR~/48335

Mar 06 2020 (15:34)
Station Tag: Hosur/HSRA added by Next train from SWR~/48335

Mar 06 2020 (15:34)
Station Tag: Baiyyappanahalli/BYPL added by Next train from SWR~/48335

Mar 06 2020 (15:34)
Station Tag: Channasandra/CSDR added by Next train from SWR~/48335

Mar 06 2020 (15:34)
Station Tag: Yesvantpur Junction/YPR added by Next train from SWR~/48335

Mar 06 2020 (15:34)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by Next train from SWR~/48335
The allocation of Rs 500 crore for the suburban rail project has come as a major step at solving Bengaluru’s mobility problems, while there was hardly any other new proposal. 
But the state government’s push will mean little unless approval comes from the Union cabinet, which has been sitting on the project for two years since the initial endorsement. Officials have said that the Rs 18,500-crore project requires initial funds of about Rs 1,000 crore to take off. 
The budget also announced to bear half of the cost of doubling the Yeshwantpur-Channasandra and Baiyappanahalli-Hosur railway lines, more than a year after the previous
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government’s U-turn almost derailed it. 
The rest of the announcements remain vague and directionless as the budget repeats those made in the previous years, especially with regard to the much-delayed multi-modal transport hubs. The government has also remained silent on the Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority, something the BJP had promised in its poll manifesto. 
Although Rs 500 crore has been allocated for developing 12 high-density zones that contribute to “80% of traffic congestion” in the city, it’s unclear if that means building more flyovers or implementing sustainable solutions to boost public transport. Considering the recent demand for the elevated corridor by Bengaluru MLAs, it’s likely that the government will be inclined towards building new flyovers. 
Metro Phase 3, Metro lite
The budget mentions the progress of the metro work and announces building pedestrian crossovers at 24 stations, which is not a novel idea. 
There is also a mention of metro Phase 3 with an announcement on the preparation of a Detailed Project Report for the ‘Outer Ring Road–West Metro’, from Hebbal to JP Nagar. The budget also proposes a 44-km Metro Lite under the public-private partnership. 
The announcement that the work on the 56-km Outer Ring Road-KIA metro will begin this year is not reassuring as the project has already been delayed by more than a year, mainly due to a change in the alignment of the line.
  
Jan 19 (11:08) KIA Halt Station: Airport train, finally on track (www.deccanherald.com)
Other News
SWR/South Western
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4506 views

News Entry# 399297  Blog Entry# 4543906   
  Past Edits
Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Whitefield/WFD added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Channasandra/CSDR added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Dodjala/DJL added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Devanahalli/DHL added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Yelahanka Junction/YNK added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Train Tag: KSR Bengaluru - Kolar DEMU (Via Chikkaballapur)/76551 added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188
Pause that airport connectivity thought for a moment. In just over a month, you could be in a train chugging straight to the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA). Yes, that is exactly the promise of the halt station at the airport boundary, now in brisk construction mode, ready for completion in February.
Hop on to the train, bypass all that troubling road traffic, get off at the halt station and take a short five-minute shuttle bus to the airport terminal. Sounds perfect, but will you take it? Perhaps, depending on whether you are a passenger or an airport worker, whether the trains are frequent, fast and reliable.
So,
...
more...
here’s what you can expect on Day One of the train service: Four trains heading out from the city towards Devanahalli, stopping at the KIA halt station, and four trains from Devanahalli heading back. This may not trigger a dramatic switch from road to rail, but a new connectivity option finally gets real.
Scaling up
Skeletal but fast, cheap and with huge potential, the service could scale up quickly. The Yelahanka-Devanahalli line is today a single track, a definite stumbling block for capacity upgrade. “But you can double the capacity if the Doddajala and the KIA halt stations allow trains to cross,” notes urban rail analyst Sanjeev Dyamannavar.
The entire line could get a hyper-boost with electrification. The Divisional Railway Manager, South Western Railways, Ashok Kumar Varma has sent a proposal to electrify the 23km Yelahanka-Devanahalli line at a cost of Rs 30 crore. If the Railway Board approves this, fast, comfortable MEMU trains to the airport could be a reality within six months to a year.
Route electrification
Also Read: Will opt for train if frequency improves: Flyers
Electrification of the route, says Varma, will give more flexibility in operations. An SWR team is in touch with the Allahabad-based Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE) to take this project on priority.
Since MEMU trains have engines on both sides, reversal could be achieved in minutes, Dyamannavar explains. “Besides, MEMU trains from Mysuru that terminate at Yelahanka could be extended upto Devanahalli via the KIA halt station. This will greatly benefit airport-bound passengers from Mysuru, Ramanagaram and Bidadi.”
An existing train (No. 76551) operates from Bengaluru City Railway Station to Kolar via Cantonment, Baiyappanahalli and Yelahanka. Once this train halts at the KIA Station, commuters could hop off the Metro at Baiyappanahalli and reach the airport in about 45 minutes spending not more than Rs 15!
More trains
More trains on this route could potentially alter the dynamics of airport travel completely. Channasandra Station, with two platforms and footbridges, is on this line, easily accessible from the Outer Ring Road. Another station at Thanisandra is on the SWR agenda. The implication is clear: Multiple boarding points will help shift commuters from road to rail in big numbers.
The low usage of the Channasandra – Yelahanka line opens up another attractive route: Whitefield to Devanahalli via K R Puram, Channasandra, Yelahanka and the KIA Halt Station. Once this becomes the new normal, commuters between KIA and Whitefield can look beyond the two existing road routes: ORR-Hebbal and Old Madras Road-Budigere Cross.
The Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) has already declared its intention to operate shuttle buses between the Halt Station and the passenger / cargo terminals. Once the second terminal T2 gets operationalised sometime in 2022, the bus network is likely to get even wider.
KSR-KIA in 45 min
To help passengers reach the airport for early morning flights, SWR has proposed to introduce trains from KSR Bengaluru City between 3.30 am and 4 am. “We are exploring this option. People can reach the airport in 45 minutes. Such services are also possible from Whitefield,” says Varma.
Airport employees, both regular and daily wagers, are expected to be the immediate beneficiaries of the halt station. Hundreds of them from Kolar, Chickaballapura and other distant localities could now take the cheaper rail option.
Growing KIA staff
By 2030, the number of people employed at KIA is projected to touch 2.35 lakh, working in three shifts of eight hours each. Currently, the shifts are from 7 am to 4 pm, 1 pm to 10 pm and from 10 pm to 7 am. From security to housekeeping, maintenance to cargo-handling, ground support to retail outlets, the airport staff strength has soared in recent years.
“These low income employees need good and affordable public transport by BMTC buses or Suburban Rail,” notes Rajkumar Dugar, a seasoned rail activist for the halt station. The halt station, he says, will eventually boost railway revenues and reduce pollution by private vehicles.
Patronage-based
The DRM has assured that more trains could be introduced based on the patronage. But before the frequency is boosted, a few pending projects remain: Signalling at the new halt station, road connectivity to the Airport Road, second platform level raise at the Devanahalli station and construction of subways.
Once the halt station is operationalised with all basic infrastructure in place, an estimated 500-1,000 airport-bound passengers are expected to take the trains daily. This, say analysts, will be just the right boost for the Railways to speed up capacity upgrades, and station development works.
Beyond airport workers, individual air travellers and students, will those who value the convenience of last-mile connectivity switch from the cabs to the rail? Perhaps many will eventually, if the trains are fast, frequent, comfortable, affordable and reliable. The next few months will be keenly watched.
  
Jan 19 (11:08) KIA Halt Station: Airport train, finally on track (www.deccanherald.com)
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News Entry# 399296  Blog Entry# 4543905   
  Past Edits
Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Whitefield/WFD added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: KSR Bengaluru City Junction (Bangalore)/SBC added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Channasandra/CSDR added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Dodjala/DJL added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Devanahalli/DHL added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Station Tag: Yelahanka Junction/YNK added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188

Jan 19 2020 (11:08)
Train Tag: KSR Bengaluru - Kolar DEMU (Via Chikkaballapur)/76551 added by ✨ ༻༻༻𝙎𝙋𝙅𝙒𝘿𝙈3𝘿𝘽𝙇𝙐𝙀 ༺༺༺^~/1432188
Pause that airport connectivity thought for a moment. In just over a month, you could be in a train chugging straight to the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA). Yes, that is exactly the promise of the halt station at the airport boundary, now in brisk construction mode, ready for completion in February.
Hop on to the train, bypass all that troubling road traffic, get off at the halt station and take a short five-minute shuttle bus to the airport terminal. Sounds perfect, but will you take it? Perhaps, depending on whether you are a passenger or an airport worker, whether the trains are frequent, fast and reliable.
So,
...
more...
here’s what you can expect on Day One of the train service: Four trains heading out from the city towards Devanahalli, stopping at the KIA halt station, and four trains from Devanahalli heading back. This may not trigger a dramatic switch from road to rail, but a new connectivity option finally gets real.
Scaling up
Skeletal but fast, cheap and with huge potential, the service could scale up quickly. The Yelahanka-Devanahalli line is today a single track, a definite stumbling block for capacity upgrade. “But you can double the capacity if the Doddajala and the KIA halt stations allow trains to cross,” notes urban rail analyst Sanjeev Dyamannavar.
The entire line could get a hyper-boost with electrification. The Divisional Railway Manager, South Western Railways, Ashok Kumar Varma has sent a proposal to electrify the 23km Yelahanka-Devanahalli line at a cost of Rs 30 crore. If the Railway Board approves this, fast, comfortable MEMU trains to the airport could be a reality within six months to a year.
Route electrification
Also Read: Will opt for train if frequency improves: Flyers
Electrification of the route, says Varma, will give more flexibility in operations. An SWR team is in touch with the Allahabad-based Central Organisation for Railway Electrification (CORE) to take this project on priority.
Since MEMU trains have engines on both sides, reversal could be achieved in minutes, Dyamannavar explains. “Besides, MEMU trains from Mysuru that terminate at Yelahanka could be extended upto Devanahalli via the KIA halt station. This will greatly benefit airport-bound passengers from Mysuru, Ramanagaram and Bidadi.”
An existing train (No. 76551) operates from Bengaluru City Railway Station to Kolar via Cantonment, Baiyappanahalli and Yelahanka. Once this train halts at the KIA Station, commuters could hop off the Metro at Baiyappanahalli and reach the airport in about 45 minutes spending not more than Rs 15!
More trains
More trains on this route could potentially alter the dynamics of airport travel completely. Channasandra Station, with two platforms and footbridges, is on this line, easily accessible from the Outer Ring Road. Another station at Thanisandra is on the SWR agenda. The implication is clear: Multiple boarding points will help shift commuters from road to rail in big numbers.
The low usage of the Channasandra – Yelahanka line opens up another attractive route: Whitefield to Devanahalli via K R Puram, Channasandra, Yelahanka and the KIA Halt Station. Once this becomes the new normal, commuters between KIA and Whitefield can look beyond the two existing road routes: ORR-Hebbal and Old Madras Road-Budigere Cross.
The Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) has already declared its intention to operate shuttle buses between the Halt Station and the passenger / cargo terminals. Once the second terminal T2 gets operationalised sometime in 2022, the bus network is likely to get even wider.
KSR-KIA in 45 min
To help passengers reach the airport for early morning flights, SWR has proposed to introduce trains from KSR Bengaluru City between 3.30 am and 4 am. “We are exploring this option. People can reach the airport in 45 minutes. Such services are also possible from Whitefield,” says Varma.
Airport employees, both regular and daily wagers, are expected to be the immediate beneficiaries of the halt station. Hundreds of them from Kolar, Chickaballapura and other distant localities could now take the cheaper rail option.
Growing KIA staff
By 2030, the number of people employed at KIA is projected to touch 2.35 lakh, working in three shifts of eight hours each. Currently, the shifts are from 7 am to 4 pm, 1 pm to 10 pm and from 10 pm to 7 am. From security to housekeeping, maintenance to cargo-handling, ground support to retail outlets, the airport staff strength has soared in recent years.
“These low income employees need good and affordable public transport by BMTC buses or Suburban Rail,” notes Rajkumar Dugar, a seasoned rail activist for the halt station. The halt station, he says, will eventually boost railway revenues and reduce pollution by private vehicles.
Patronage-based
The DRM has assured that more trains could be introduced based on the patronage. But before the frequency is boosted, a few pending projects remain: Signalling at the new halt station, road connectivity to the Airport Road, second platform level raise at the Devanahalli station and construction of subways.
Once the halt station is operationalised with all basic infrastructure in place, an estimated 500-1,000 airport-bound passengers are expected to take the trains daily. This, say analysts, will be just the right boost for the Railways to speed up capacity upgrades, and station development works.
Beyond airport workers, individual air travellers and students, will those who value the convenience of last-mile connectivity switch from the cabs to the rail? Perhaps many will eventually, if the trains are fast, frequent, comfortable, affordable and reliable. The next few months will be keenly watched.
  
Jan 07 (12:13) K-RIDE to hire 37 officials for track doubling projects (www.deccanherald.com)
New Facilities/Technology
SWR/South Western
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News Entry# 398244  Blog Entry# 4533557   
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Jan 07 2020 (12:14)
Station Tag: Channasandra/CSDR added by Next train from SWR~/48335

Jan 07 2020 (12:14)
Station Tag: Yesvantpur Junction/YPR added by Next train from SWR~/48335

Jan 07 2020 (12:14)
Station Tag: Hosur/HSRA added by Next train from SWR~/48335

Jan 07 2020 (12:14)
Station Tag: Baiyyappanahalli/BYPL added by Next train from SWR~/48335
The Rail Infrastructure Development Company (Karnataka) Limited, or K-RIDE, is readying to fill 37 posts to implement the doubling of two railway lines. The stalled doubling of the Byappanahalli-Hosur and Yeshwantpur-Channasandra lines are likely to begin in the first half of this year.
K-RIDE’s managing director Amit Garg said the process to recruit 37 officials may take about two to three months, following which the company would proceed with the two railing works. “Once the manpower is in place, our priority is to take up the doubling projects,” he said.
Doubling of the
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48-km line between Byappanahalli and Hosur is estimated to cost Rs 376 crore, while the 21.7-km Yeshwantpur-Channasandra doubling project is likely to cost Rs 314 crore.
The 37 advertised posts include a general manager each for the civil works and signaling and telecommunication wing; six deputy general managers; and 10 senior managers. The group of officials can monitor the work progress.
Though tenders for the works were called in October, the state government’s dithering over funding has delayed the process.
‘No financial hiccups’
Despite moving the project in February 2018 with initial funding, the state government had a change of mind as it preferred to fund the projects through loans. Karnataka’s decision that the works should have 20% equity from the state and the railways, with the loans contributing a further 60% of the project cost, prompted the railway board to award the project to the state.
Garg said there would not be problems in funding the project. “The loan component can be changed to speed up the work. The government is keen on the projects. There will not be any more delays,” he said. 
‘Need holistic planning’
Urban transport activist Sanjeev Dyamannavar said the state and the railways should work out a master plan. “There are about 12 level crossings between Yeshwantpur and Hosur, which should be eliminated during the doubling. Officials on both sides should decide on upgrading stations like Bellandur, Heelalige and Carmelaram. Additional stations at Suryanagar and Marathahalli should also be considered,” Dyamannavar added.
  
Dec 20 2019 (11:27) Bengaluru: Ride to KIA in 30 min, train station by Feb (www.deccanherald.com)
New/Special Trains
SWR/South Western
0 Followers
5746 views

News Entry# 396986  Blog Entry# 4518447   
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Dec 21 2019 (13:58)
Station Tag: Dodjala/DJL added by Prometh Suresh^~/443440

Dec 20 2019 (11:27)
Station Tag: Chikkaballapur/CBP added by Prometh Suresh^~/443440

Dec 20 2019 (11:27)
Station Tag: Kolar/KQZ added by Prometh Suresh^~/443440

Dec 20 2019 (11:27)
Station Tag: Hoodi Halt/HDIH added by Prometh Suresh^~/443440

Dec 20 2019 (11:27)
Station Tag: Yelahanka Junction/YNK added by Prometh Suresh^~/443440

Dec 20 2019 (11:27)
Station Tag: Channasandra/CSDR added by Prometh Suresh^~/443440

Dec 20 2019 (11:27)
Station Tag: Krishnarajapuram/KJM added by Prometh Suresh^~/443440

Dec 20 2019 (11:27)
Station Tag: Devanahalli/DHL added by Prometh Suresh^~/443440

Dec 20 2019 (11:27)
Station Tag: Whitefield/WFD added by Prometh Suresh^~/443440
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Get set to take a train ride to the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) in 30 minutes, bypassing all the traffic on Airport Road, in less than two months. A halt station is coming up right at the KIA boundary, ready for completion by the first week of February.
In the next 15
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days, work on a 600-metre platform is likely to the completed. Funded and executed by the Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL), the halt station has already been approved by the South Western Railway.
Once commissioned, the halt station — located on the north western periphery of the KIA campus — will be linked to the KIA terminals by shuttle buses. BIAL has already announced that it will operate its own shuttle services to help commuters and airport workers cover the 3.5-km distance in less than 10 minutes.
Currently, only three trains ply on the single-track railway line passing through the proposed halt station.
One train ply between Channapatna and Kolar, a second train linking Kolar, Chikkaballapur and Bengaluru City, and a third between Devanahalli and Yeshwantpur.
The Railways recently approved a fourth train, a DEMU service, linking Whitefield, Chikkaballapur and Kolar. This is expected to commence its service within a week.
“Four trains up and four trains down will be a good beginning. This line’s capacity can be doubled if a crossing facility comes up either at the KIA halt station or Doddajala,” says urban rail analyst Sanjeev Dyamannavar.
The Railways have reportedly proposed electrification of the Yelahanka–Devanahalli line along a 30 km stretch. Once this project, estimated to cost about Rs 30 crore, is completed, more trains could be introduced. “New services during the rush hours and around 7 am, 3 pm and 11 pm, will benefit both airport staffers and commuters,” he notes.
Although a Metro link to the airport has been proposed, it could take years. But once the Baiyappanahalli rail terminal opens, a train service to Devanahalli via KIA halt station could help commuters switch from Metro to a dedicated airport train.

  
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Dec 20 2019 (17:58)
irifan2015   881 blog posts
Re# 4518447-2            Tags   Past Edits
There should be hourly services from KJM/ Whitefield and YPR to airport halt station/ Devanahalli round the clock. What purpose is served with just 4 trains in 24 hours? Can anyone alighting at airport rely on such services to reach city?

  
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Dec 20 2019 (19:22)
Hala Madrid 🇪🇸^~   2701 blog posts   1200 correct pred (67% accurate)
Re# 4518447-3            Tags   Past Edits
The plan of SWR and KIA is to run trains at time when there is maximum no. of arrivals and departures at KIA.

  
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Dec 29 2019 (16:33)
irifan2015   881 blog posts
Re# 4518447-4            Tags   Past Edits
Now there are four trains. Any one dare to reach in and out of airport using these trains?
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