Monday, March 26, 2018

Western Dedicated Freight Corridor

The Western Dedicated Freight Corridor or Western DFC is a broad gauge freight corridor under construction in India by Indian Railways. It will connect India's capital, Delhi, and its economic hub, Mumbai. This corridor will cover a distance of 1483 km and would be electrified with double line operation. A single line branch is proposed from Pirthala Junction to Tughlakabad. This will run parallel to existing Delhi - Mathura main line. Route from Rewari to Dadri will be entirely new line and Dadri will further be connected to Khurja junction which will connect this corridor to Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor.



In Gujarat
Western Dedicated Freight Corridor

Western Dedicated Freight Corridor

Following 165 long stretches of its introduction to the world, Indian Railways is set to get its first freely possessed committed passage for cargo prepares on August 15, when the nation will commend its 72nd Independence Day. 

Executive Narendra Modi is probably going to commit to the country a 190-km railroad line between Dadri in Uttar Pradesh and Phulera in Rajasthan, which fall under the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC)

The Red Fort discourse of the PM this year is probably going to set the pitch for the up and coming Lok Sabha decisions, refering to the administration's accomplishments in the four years.

For the railroads, that is confronting hardened rivalry from roadways in cargo activity, this can come as a new rent of life as the undertaking is at last coming to fruition despite the fact that in part following 12 long stretches of its arrangement. It was in February 2006 that the Cabinet had given on a basic level gesture to the venture.

"The feeder course at Tundla is now set up and the Ateli-Phulera course will be practical on August 15," said an administration official. The Rs 814-billion-task of Eastern and Western DFCs will cover an aggregate of 3,360 km track, of which around 1,500 km falls in the western area beginning from Dadri to Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust.

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