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TSTRANSCO seeks doubling of railway line

Tuesday, 16 Jul 2019
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The Transmission Corporation of Telangana (TSTRANSCO) has requested the South Central Railway to take up doubling of about 200 km railway line. The railway line between Kothagudem and Dornakal and from Motumarri to Vishunupuram provides seamless supply of coal from the Singareni Collieries to Yadadari Super Thermal Power Station under execution in Nalgonda district.

The TSTRANSCO has also requested SCR to lay new railway line to Bhadradri Thermal Power Station and take up doubling of the line to Kothagudem Thermal Power Station both in Bhadradri-Kothagudem district.

Yadadri plant procures the coal from Singareni Collieries. SCR had laid a railway line between Motumarri and Vishnupuram some time back linking the Dornakal-Vijayawada and Bibinagar-Nadikudi lines.

Coal supply to most of the cement and limestone-based industries in Nalgonda district was being done through the Motumarri-Vishnupuram line. The existing 100 km single line from Motumarri in Dornakal-Vijayawada line to Vishnupuram in Bibinagar-Nadikudi line could cater to transport of only five-six rakes of coal every day. But the Yadadri power plant required 50,000 tonne of coal every day, which requires 14 rakes of 59 wagons each.

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