Another project involves the construction of a new broad-gauge line between Anand Nagar Ghughuli via Maharajganj in the northern railway zone in Uttar Pradesh. This project spans approximately 53 km from Anand Nagar and offers an alternate and shorter route for trains traveling from Valmikinagar to Gonda via Maharajganj, without stopping at Gorakhpur Junction. It will also facilitate the movement of cement, fertilizer, coal, and food grains, besides ensuring smooth freight movement to Nepal.
The third project is the construction of a new Broad-Gauge line between Junagarh to Nabarangpur station in Odisha. This project will reduce the distance from Bailadela iron ore mines to various steel plants in the Raipur region by 131 km.
The final project involves the provision of Automatic Block Signaling on Freight Dense high utilization network on Western Railway. This project aims to cover 895 km and four major sections of Western Railway in Maharashtra and Gujarat States. It aims to enhance capacity and speed to 130 kmph from 110 kmph currently, thereby reducing train detention and travel time, especially in the Udhna-Jalgaon, Ahmedabad-Palanpur, Ahmedabad-Viramgam-Samakhiyali, and Viramgam-Rajkot sections.