East Coast Railway GM inspects twin city railway station works in Odisha

Once completed, both the stations will be the centres of attraction with world-class passenger facilities and enhance the travel experience.
ECoR GM Mohes Kumar Behera inspecting station redevelopment works
ECoR GM Mohes Kumar Behera inspecting station redevelopment works Express

BHUBANESWAR: East Coast Railway (ECoR) general manager (in-charge) Mohes Kumar Behera on Tuesday inspected the redevelopment work of both Cuttack and Bhubaneswar railway stations.

Behera inspected both side entry points and circulating areas of the two stations and advised railway officials to take necessary precautions to ensure safety while on work. Reviewing the pending works, he emphasised on timely completion of infrastructure projects and passenger amenities indicating a commitment to meeting scheduled targets.

Once completed, both the stations will be the centres of attraction with world-class passenger facilities and enhance the travel experience.

The entry points will have facilities like parking for two, three and four wheelers, pickup and drop point, parking for ambulance and VIP vehicles besides wider approach roads, air concourse for passengers waiting and foot over bridge.

There will also be an integrated passenger announcement system and fire alarm protection system, food stalls, provisions for specially-abled passengers, baggage scanners, retiring rooms, passenger flow management system and integrated CCTV surveillance.

Senior officials of ECoR headquarters led by chief administrative officer (construction) AG Srinivas were present during the inspections.

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