Udaipur City railway station

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Udaipur City
Indian Railway Station
Indian Railways Suburban Railway Logo.svg
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LocationNH-8, Jawahar Nagar, Udaipur, Rajasthan
 India
Coordinates24°34′07″N 73°41′59″E / 24.5685354°N 73.6998224°E / 24.5685354; 73.6998224Coordinates: 24°34′07″N 73°41′59″E / 24.5685354°N 73.6998224°E / 24.5685354; 73.6998224
Elevation583 metres (1,913 ft)
Owned byIndian Railways
Operated byNorth Western Railways
Line(s)Mathura–Vadodara section,
Ahmedabad–Udaipur line
Platforms5
Tracks6
ConnectionsTaxi stand, Autorickshaw
Construction
Structure typeStandard (on ground station)
ParkingYes
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Disabled accessDisabled access Available
Other information
StatusFunctioning
Station codeUDZ
Zone(s) North Western Railway zone
Division(s) Ajmer
ElectrifiedYes
Location
Udaipur City railway station is located in Rajasthan
Udaipur City railway station
Udaipur City railway station
Location within Rajasthan
Udaipur City railway station is located in India
Udaipur City railway station
Udaipur City railway station
Udaipur City railway station (India)

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.[1][2][3]

Overview[edit]

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[edit]

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.[4]

Important trains[edit]

The following trains started from Udaipur City Railway Station:

Train No. Train name
12315/12316 Udaipur City - Kolkata Ananya Express
19601/19602 Udaipur City - New Jalpaiguri Weekly Express
19327/19328 Udaipur City - Ratlam Express
12991/12992 Udaipur City - Jaipur Intercity Express
59603/59604 Udaipur City - Madar Passenger
19669/19670 Udaipur City - Patliputra Humsafar Express
19609/19610 Udaipur City - Haridwar Express
59835/59836 Udaipur City - Mandsor Passenger
19709/19710 Udaipur City - Kamakhya Kavi Guru Express
12981/12982 Udaipur City - Delhi Sarai Rohilla Chetak Express
12963/12964 Udaipur City - Hazrat Nizamuddin Mewar Express
59605/59606 Udaipur City - Chittaurgarh Passenger
19659/19660 Udaipur City - Shalimar Weekly Express
19329/19330 Udaipur City - Indore Veer Bhumi Chittaurgarh Express
19667/19668 Udaipur City - Mysuru Palace Queen Humsafar Express
12995/12996 Udaipur City - Bandra Terminus Tri-weekly Superfast Express
22901/22902 Udaipur City - Bandra Terminus Tri-weekly Superfast Express
19665/19666 Udaipur City - Khajuraho Express
22985/22986 Udaipur City - Delhi Sarai Rohilla Rajasthan Humsafar Express

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Departures from UDZ/Udaipur City". Indiarailinfo.com. Indiarailinfo.com. Retrieved 9 July 2015.
  2. ^ "UDZ:Passenger Amenities Details As on : 31/03/2018, Division : Ajmer". Raildrishti.
  3. ^ "सांसद ने किस बैठक में खोल दिया मांगों का पिटारा". Patrika.
  4. ^ "Udaipur railway station gets a 'living wall'". Times of India. Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. Retrieved 5 January 2016.