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    Electrification of Ambari-Pimpulkhuti to improve rail connectivity in South Central Railway

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    The Ambari-Adilabad-Pimpalkhuti electrification project has been completed successfully, which will improve rail connectivity in the South Central Railways region. This section is an important part of the railway line that connects Hyderabad/Secunderabad to Nagpur through Nizamabad.

    Officials from SCR have mentioned that railway infrastructure development in Telangana is progressing quickly due to increased investments in the state. Almost all of the railway network in Telangana has been electrified as part of Mission Electrification, with 1,753 track kilometers being electrified in the last 10 years. The Ambari-Adilabad-Pimpalkhuti electrification is a part of the Mudkhed-Pimpalkhuti electrification project.

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    The electrification project for a 182-kilometer section was approved in 2017-18 with an estimated cost of Rs 206 crore. The 58 route kilometers between Ambari, Adilabad, and Pimpalkhuti have been electrified at a cost of Rs 70 crore. This railway line passes through Adilabad, Nanded, and Yavatmal districts, connecting Hyderabad/Secunderabad to Nagpur and other parts of Maharashtra.

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    The electrification of this section will eliminate the need for trains to change traction, improving the speed of both passenger and freight trains. It will also reduce pollution from diesel-fueled trains and save on fuel costs. Additionally, it will benefit farmers in Adilabad and surrounding areas by providing a safe, fast, and cost-effective way to transport their products like cotton, chilies, pulses, and maize.

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