Devoted Freight Hall Challenge: An engineering marvel in Haryana! The Devoted Freight Hall Company of India Restricted (DFCCIL) has lately developed a 2.75 km lengthy and (as much as) 25 metres excessive viaduct on Western Devoted Freight Hall’s Dadri – Rewari part in Sohna, Haryana. In response to DFCCIL, the PSU which is executing the Indian Railways’ formidable Devoted Freight Hall (DFC) mission, the viaduct ensures larger airflow, availability of daylight and fewer environmental influence on surrounding habitat vis-a-vis an earthen embankment by lowering excavation. The DFCCIL additional acknowledged that in a quickly increasing city space like Sohna, free site visitors circulation lowering disturbance to present roads, ample scope for future street improvement, can be doable.
Beneath Indian Railways DFC Challenge, the DFCCIL is setting up the Western Devoted Freight Hall (1506 Route kilometre lengthy) and Japanese Devoted Freight Hall (1875 Route kilometre lengthy) together with the PPP part between Sonnagar and Dankuni. The Japanese Devoted Freight Hall begins from Sahnewal close to the town of Ludhiana in Punjab and terminates at Dankuni within the state of West Bengal. The freight hall will cross via the states of Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Jharkhand in addition to Bihar.
The Western Devoted Freight Hall will join Dadri within the state of Uttar Pradesh to Jawaharlal Nehru Port (JNPT) within the monetary capital, Mumbai. This freight hall will traverse via the states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra. Check out a number of the key aims of the DFC mission:
- Decongestion of the Indian Railway community
- Rising common velocity of freight trains from 25 kmph to 70 kmph
- Operating Heavy Haul trains and general load of 13,000 Tonne
- Facilitating the operation of longer (1.5 kilometre lengthy) and double stack container trains
- Linking present ports in addition to industrial areas for quicker items’ transportation
- Eco-friendly and energy-efficient rail transport system as per world requirements
- Rising rail share from 30 per cent to 45 per cent
- Lowering transportation’s logistic price