Trivandrum: Kavalkinaru railway station between N Panankudi and Aralvaimozhi in Nagercoil – Tirunelveli sector will be reopening on 01st November 2019. This station will be the first green railway station in Thiruvananthapuram Division.
Trivandrum: John Thomas, General Manager, Southern Railway met Kerala Governor, Chief Minister, Chief Secretary, TVC DRM & other officials during his first visit to Trivandrum today.
Chennai: John Thomas has taken over the charge of General Manager of Southern Railway on 19th September 2019. He is of 1982 batch of Indian Railway Service of Electrical Engineers (IRSEE).
Trivandrum: Southern Railway convened a meeting with Members of Parliament pertaining to Thiruvananthapuram and Palakkad divisions, at Thiruvananthapuram today. 23 MPs from both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha took part in the meeting. From the Railway side, General Manager of Southern Railway & ICF, Principal Heads of Departments and Divisional Railway Managers of Thiruvananthapuram and PalakkadRead More
Trivandrum: Arun Kumar IPS, Director General of Railway Protection Force, New Delhi inspected Thiruvananthapuram division. The DG also conducted RPF Sainik Sammelan and interacted with officers and staff of RPF. About 160 members of the different ranks participated in the meeting.
Trivandrum: 3 Phase MEMU (Mainline Electrical Multiple Unit) rake which works with highly advanced technology and is passenger friendly is being introduced for service for the first time in Thiruvananthapuram Division from 03.09.2019 onwards.
Trivandrum: Train services in Thiruvananthapuram Division got severely affected due to floods in Palakkad – Ottappalam, Shoranur – Kuttipuram and Ferok – Kallayi sections of Palghat Division yesterday (10.08.19) and disruption due to tree fall at multiple locations in Kayamkulam – Alappuzha – Ernakulam section on 09.08.19.
Kochi: #GOBIGWITHRAIL, a talk show on the changing world of branding and the potential of railways in transit advertising, was organised by the commercial branch of Thiruvananthapuram Division of Southern Railway, at Kochi on Aug 07, 2019. With the emergence of Advertising and Branding in railways as two major potentials, this talk show was organisedRead More
Trivandrum: Kerala will get a special railway corridor along its 532-km length by 2024, as the State government is set to build a Rs 66,079-crore rail line that will enable semi-high speed trains ply between upstate Kasaragod and the capital city of Thiruvananthapuram.