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Kolkata, September 14, 2023 :

Bridge rehabilitation is an important activity for Railways towards smooth operation of trains to the fullest section capacity. Eastern Railway network is ever busy as this Railway runs 1319 trains per day o­n an average. Smooth running of these trains requires regular asset maintenance work including rehabilitation and repairing of bridges o­n different routes.

This year Eastern Railway has already completed rehabilitation of three major bridges as follows :

1.Regirdering work of Major Bridge No. 164 o­n Bhagalpur – Kiul section of Malda Division.
2.RCC (Reinforced Cement Concrete) Jacketing work of Important Bridge No. 167 in Katwa – Ahmedpur section of Howrah Division.
3.Replacement of cross girder and rail bearers of Major Bridge No. 16A in Sealdah – Naihati section of Sealdah Division.

Besides, there are other small bridges which are being maintained by Eastern Railway periodically. Maintenance and rehabilitation work of these bridges definitely adds upto capacity augmentation towards smooth operation of trains in different sections.

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