New Delhi: Indian state-owned telecom giant RailTel has landed a major contract worth Rs. 120.45 crore from South Central Railway for a crucial upgrade.
The deal involves upgrading crucial signalling and telecommunication systems in the Yermaras-Nalwar section. This project is part of a larger push to revamp India’s aging railway network. 🇮🇳
RailTel will install an automatic block signaling system (ABS) along the Yermaras-Nalwar stretch. This cutting-edge technology will improve train spacing, prevent collisions, and boost efficiency on this key railway stretch.
The upgraded system promises significant improvements for both passengers and railways. Passengers can expect smoother, more punctual travel times. Railways will benefit from enhanced operational safety and reduced maintenance costs.
This project is a major step forward in India’s railway modernization drive. With RailTel at the helm, the Yermaras-Nalwar section is set to become a shining example of safe, efficient, and modern rail travel.
The deal is expected to be completed within 720 days.
RailTel Corporation of India Ltd. is a public sector undertaking under the Ministry of Railways. The company specializes in providing broadband and multimedia networks across the country.
It plays a crucial role in connecting remote areas and boosting railway infrastructure. This latest deal with South Central Railway highlights RailTel’s growing importance in modernizing Indian Railways.