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Indian Railways inks MoU with RailTel

Tuesday, 18 Jun 2019
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The Indian Railways has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with RailTel Enterprises (REL), a wholly-owned subsidiary company of RailTel Corporation of India, for the work of modernisation of signaling system.

The work will be carried out on four sections, which includes Automatic Train Protection System with Long Term Evolution (LTE) based Mobile Train Radio Communication System (MTRC) together with provision of Electronic Interlocking (indoor) wherever required.

The modern train control system will be carried out on 165 RKM on Renigunta (RU)-Yerraguntla (YA) section on the South Central Railway, 145 RKM on Vizianagaram (VZM)-Palasa (PSA) section on the East Coast Railway, 155 RKM on Jhansi (JHS)-Bina (BINA) section on the North Central Railway and 175 RKM on Nagpur (NGP)-Badnera (BD) section on the Central Railway.

The pilot project is estimated to cost Rs 1,609 crore and to be completed in 24 months. Initially, the system will be provided on 500 locomotives.

The Automatic Train Protection System and LTE-based MRTC will improve safety, reduce congestion in rail networks and increase line capacity, improve punctuality, etc. Moreover, it will also help increase average speed of trains.

The system will be as per open standard, interoperable with multi-vendor support. The MTRC will be deployed using LTE backbone for communication between train- running staff, drivers, guards and control office. The system will also be utilised for working of the Automatic Train Protection System.

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