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Cherlapalli Railway Station Development Works nearing completion

-The trains stopping at Charlapalli station are being dealt in the existing lines

The development works for Cherlapalli Railway Station are progressing swiftly and are likely to be completed in the next few weeks. The trains in the Hyderabad – Secunderabad twin city region are mainly served by three main terminals: Secunderabad, Hyderabad and Kacheguda. To meet the growing needs of the city, Lingampalli o­n the western part of the twin city was developed as another terminal station. Taking this forward, Cherlapalli Railway Station is being developed as another terminal station.

 Charlapalli is strategically located o­n the eastern side of Hyderabad, an area experiencing rapid development, and is conveniently situated near the Outer Ring Road. Accordingly, the station was identified for developing as a terminal station, not o­nly to reduce the congestion o­n other existing rail terminals in the twin city region but also to particularly serve passengers o­n the eastern part of the city.

 The Station is being developed with several infrastructural facilities and passenger amenities at a cost of nearly Rs. 430 crores. A new Station building with modern architectural facade is being constructed to handle the passengers.The station building will comprise six booking counters, separate waiting halls for ladies and gentlemen, as well as an upper-class waiting area and an executive lounge o­n the ground floor. Additionally, the first floor will house a cafeteria, restaurant, and restroom facilities for both ladies and gentlemen. The design will feature spacious concourse areas and a modern elevation with illuminated facade lighting.

 In addition, the redeveloped station will have 4 additional high-level platforms, while the existing 5 platforms have also been extended to accommodate full length trains. two New Foot Over Brides – o­ne 12 mtrs wide and another 6 mtrs wide – to facilitate seamless inter-platform movement. Further, all 9 platforms would have escalators and lifts i.e., total 7 Lifts, 6 Escalators for facilitating passenger movement. It will also have coach maintenance facilities for facilitating starting of trains from the station.

 The other main features coming up at the station include: sufficient space to accommodate 4-wheeler, 3-wheeler and two-wheeler vehicles along with Bus Bay, Coach Indication boards and Train indication boards, Public Announcement system o­n all platforms, Trains At a Glance Boards, Round the clock CCTV surveillance, etc.

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