Kota Junction railway station
|Indian Railways junction station|
|Location||Bhimganj Mandi, Railway Colony Rd, Railway station area, Kota, Rajasthan|
|Elevation||256 metres (840 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Kota railway division|
|Line(s)||New Delhi–Mumbai main line, Kota→Bina, Kota→Chittaurgarh,|
|Platforms||6 ( 1,1A,2,3,3A,4 )|
|Structure type||Standard on-ground station|
|Fare zone||West Central Railway zone|
|23000 per day|
Kota Junction railway station was a railway station on the West Central railway network of India which served Kota in Rajasthan. It was the headquarters of Kota railway division of West Central Railway zone.
Kota was an important station on the New Delhi–Mumbai main line and had direct connectivity with all major cities in the country. More than 170 trains made a halt at the station. Many important trains originated from Kota including Patna–Kota Express, Damoh–Kota Passenger, Indore–Kota Intercity Express and Kota–Sriganganagar Express. Kota city was also served by another railway station called Dakaniya Talav station located in opposite of Rajeev Gandhi Nagar in southern part of the city.
Kota was amongst the top hundred booking stations of Indian Railway.
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