Seventeen projects fast-tracked by Mysuru Railway Division
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Seventeen projects fast-tracked by Mysuru Railway Division

The Mysuru Railway Division's Gati Shakti Unit has prioritised 17 projects in its jurisdiction, including the development of Mysuru Railway Station and a terminal at Naganahalli, at a cost of Rs 4.93 billion. Naganahalli will have one platform, one covered pit line, and one stabling line, while Mysuru will have three additional platforms, four stabling lines, four pit lines, and one shunting neck. Naganahalli will have one platform, one covered pit line, and one stabling line, while Mysuru will have three additional platforms, four stabling lines, four pit lines, and one shunting neck.

The railways are looking into the possibility of housing them in vacant residential units of various government departments, as well as scouting for flats on an ad hoc basis. The railways will pay the monthly rentals, and once the relocation is complete, work on demolishing the quarters and expanding the Mysuru terminal will begin, according to Simha.

Also read:
Indian Railways surges ahead on electrification drive
Pune-Nashik high-speed rail project hampered

The Mysuru Railway Division's Gati Shakti Unit has prioritised 17 projects in its jurisdiction, including the development of Mysuru Railway Station and a terminal at Naganahalli, at a cost of Rs 4.93 billion. Naganahalli will have one platform, one covered pit line, and one stabling line, while Mysuru will have three additional platforms, four stabling lines, four pit lines, and one shunting neck. Naganahalli will have one platform, one covered pit line, and one stabling line, while Mysuru will have three additional platforms, four stabling lines, four pit lines, and one shunting neck. The railways are looking into the possibility of housing them in vacant residential units of various government departments, as well as scouting for flats on an ad hoc basis. The railways will pay the monthly rentals, and once the relocation is complete, work on demolishing the quarters and expanding the Mysuru terminal will begin, according to Simha. Also read: Indian Railways surges ahead on electrification drive Pune-Nashik high-speed rail project hampered

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