PM to inaugurate renovated 'Habibganj' railway station, see marvellous photos

Bhopal: Indian Railways has made all preparations to start India's first world-class railway station. PM Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Bhopal on November 15 to inaugurate Habibganj railway station which looks like an airport. The state-of-the-art Habibganj railway station in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, has been revamped in PPP mode at a cost of Rs 450 crore. Habibganj railway station is the first railway station in the country to be converted under private and public sector participation.

The best railway station will have a number of modern facilities such as 'separation of passengers on arrival and departure basis,' platforms, lounges, concourse as well as adequate seating arrangements in dormitories and retiring rooms, adequate parking as well as special facilities for handicapped such as lifts, escalators, wheelchairs. The railway station is equipped with the latest security, security and information facilities (fire safety, CCTV cameras, supervisory control and data acquisition, PA systems, scanning machines, access control, modern signage and information displays). The railway station has been reconstructed as per the 'Green Building' norms LEED with the use of energy-efficient equipment, solar energy, wastewater treatment for reuse.

With this, free Wi-Fi service has been provided to passengers waiting for their train at the railway station. The renovated airport-like Habibganj railway station is in line with the Heidelberg Railway Station in Germany. At the same time, the Gandhinagar railway station of Indian Railways is also being redeveloped as a world-class station by Gandhinagar Railway and Urban Development.

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