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Railway shuts 7 halt stations in Trichy over non-viability

August 2018

Being commercially unviable, the Southern Railway has shut down the seven halt stations in Trichy railway division. Trichy– Lalgudi and Trichy- Riddh...

Southern Railway, Tirupati– Villupuram passengers, Trichy railway

Escalators only at stations with footfall above 1 lakh

July 2018

Indian Railways has changed its decision to provide escalators at a large number of stations....

Indian Railways, Escalators, Passengers

Biggest airport after Mumbai coming up in Mopa, Goa

June 2018

Goa will have the second biggest new airport in the country by 2020, with an annual capacity to handle 30 mn passengers. ...

Airport, Passengers, AAI, Commerce Logistics Department, Cargo hubs, Goa Chamber of Commerce

AAI to invest Rs 1,200 crore for Guwahati Airport Terminal

February 2018

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is set to invest over Rs 1,200 crore for the new terminal at Guwahati Airport. The new terminal will be spread ...

Airports Authority of India, Guwahati Airport, Solid waste management system, Passengers, Investment

Rs 3.5 billion Shirdi Aiport commences operations

November 2017

Operations recently commenced at the newly constructed airport of Shirdi. Developed at Rs 3.5 billion, the airport’s terminal building covers 2,750 s...

Constructed airport, Passengers, Shirdi Aiport

Aviation Ministry mulls role for private players in building airports

May 2017

The Aviation Ministry is considering auctions for its future airport contracts to private operators after setting fixed tariffs. This move may enhanc...

Aviation Ministry, AERA, Serious bidders, Shield passengers

India rises two spots, is 4th largest aviation market now

April 2017

India's record breaking aviation growth continues unabated. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has said that the country saw the four...

IATA, Passengers, Aviation, Domestic, UK, Brazil

Requirement of about 17 TBMs for Mumbai Metro Line 3

April 2017

Traversing through congested areas, Mumbai Metro Line 3 is expected to be the next lifeline for the city. Daily ridership is expected to be 17 lakh p...

Mumbai Metro Line, passengers, Civil construction, Heavy-duty crane, Telecommunication, Automatic fair collection machines, Waterproofing materials, OHE, Ashwini Bhide, Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation
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