Udaipur City railway station
|Indian Railway Station|
|Location||NH-8, Jawahar Nagar, Udaipur, Rajasthan|
|Elevation||583 metres (1,913 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||North Western Railways|
|Line(s)||Mathura–Vadodara section, |
|Connections||Taxi stand, Autorickshaw|
|Structure type||Standard (on ground station)|
|Zone(s)||North Western Railway zone|
Udaipur City railway station (station code: UDZ) was a railway station located in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. The railway station was under the administrative control of North Western Railway of Indian Railways.
Udaipur City Railway Station had six platforms and a total of eight tracks. It was situated on the Udaipur Road, around 2.5 km from the city center, and around 25 km from Udaipur Airport. To decongest the main Udaipur City Railway Station, the suburban station Rana Pratap Nagar railway station was developed as the second main station for passenger trains and Umarda Railway Station will be the third Railway Station of Udaipur.
The Living Wall
Udaipur City Railway Station was set to got a Living Wall, which was a self-sufficient vertical garden attached to the exterior or interior of the building. Initiated by the Railway and UIT, this project covered and converted a barren wall of 1,400 square feet into a beautiful green space. This project included installation of metal sheet frames (MS), followed by plantation in specially designed GI panels (Galvanized iron) hanging on the MS frame. Organic fertilizers had been used to grew plants to avoided overweight on the wall. The project costed approximately Rs 13.5 lakh, and took 14 days to complete.
The following trains started from Udaipur City Railway Station:
- "Departures from UDZ/Udaipur City". Indiarailinfo.com. Indiarailinfo.com. Retrieved 9 July 2015.
- "UDZ:Passenger Amenities Details As on : 31/03/2018, Division : Ajmer". Raildrishti.
- "सांसद ने किस बैठक में खोल दिया मांगों का पिटारा". Patrika.
- "Udaipur railway station gets a 'living wall'". Times of India. Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. Retrieved 5 January 2016.