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Bangalore City railway station

Bangalore City
ಬೆಂಗಳೂರು ಸಿಟಿ
Indian Railway Station
Location Railway Station Road, Gubbi, Bangalore, Karnataka,
 India
Coordinates
Elevation 896.920 metres (2,942.65 ft)
Owned by Indian Railways
Operated by South Western Railway
Line(s) Chennai Central-Bangalore City line
Platforms 12
Connections Kempegowda Bus Station, Namma Metro
Construction
Parking Yes
Other information
Status Running
Station code SBC
Zone(s) South Western Railways
Division(s) Bangalore
Electrified Yes
Bangalore city railway station shown on map

Bangalore City Railway station (Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna Railway station) is the main railway station serving the city of Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It is located across the Kempegowda Bus Station in Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. It is an important hub of the South Western Railway and the Indian Railways. The station has 10 platforms and two entrances. It is one of the busiest stations in India.

Contents

  • Junction 1
  • Railway Colony 2
  • Expansion 3
  • Location 4
  • References 5

Junction

Bangalore is one of the important junctions of India. Platforms 1 to 7 connect to the Chennai and Salem railway lines. On platforms 8 to 10, service trains arrive via Yeshwantpur from Hubli. Platforms 1 to 4 terminate at Bengaluru. On platforms 5 to 10, service trains depart towards Mysore. There are railway lines between Platforms 4 and 5 that are used as the railway yard. There are 5 railway lines passing from Bangalore City Railway station. To Hyderabad via Guntakal, Chennai via Krishnarajapuram, Salem via Hosur, Mysore, Hubli via Tumkur, Birur. The Bengaluru-Chennai railway line via Bengaluru Cantonment, Bangarpet, is fully electrified and thrown open for traffic.

The station handles 88 trains a day, including 63 express trains, and is used by 220,000 commuters every day.[1]

Railway Colony

A colony for railway employees is located behind the station. The colony is connected to the station through an over bridge. The colony has its own hospital and ground. The ground is mainly used for Cricket matches. There are many schools located inside the colony, like Kendriya Vidyalaya.

Expansion

A new building that will house a passenger concourse, ticket counters, basement parking and a restaurant will open at the Okalipuram entry. The building will cost 20 million (US$300,000).[2]

Location

References

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