Govt. clears Rs.4,980 cr for KRCL expansion

    Konkan Railway
    The Ministry of Railways has given its in-principle approval for major capacity expansion of Konkan Railway at an investment of Rs.4,980 crore, said KRCL spokesperson L.K.Verma that the funds will enable the corporation to execute various capital expenditure projects, including the doubling of Roha-Veer rail stretch, route electrification, doubling of traffic capacity, construction of new crossing stations and additional loop lines. The projects are likely to be completed in a phased manner. Work to construct 10 new railway stations on Konkan Railway routes is also currently in progress. The KRCL covers four states including Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka and Kerala, over a stretch of 740 km. The corporation is also setting up the George Fernandes Institute of Tunnel Technology in Goa and the Ramkrishna Hegde Institute for Skill Development at Udupi in Karnataka.
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