In pictures: This is how Ayodhya’s new Airport-style Railway Station will lookAugust 02, 2020
Ayodhya: In photographs here is how a railway station in Ayodhya would look like once, reconstruction project of old railway station here completes. The first phase of the new Ayodhya railway station which is being remodelled on Ram Mandir is likely to be completed by June 2021.The first phase will include the development work in the main three platforms, the development of the current circulating area and the development of the holding area.
In the second phase, the construction of the new station building, and the construction of other facilities will take place.
.The construction of the new station began in 2019 by the government’s construction arm RITES and has been sanctioned a total amount of Rs 104 crore.
The railways is in the direction of providing high class infrastructural facilities, passenger amenities, cleanliness, beauty and various desired facilities with high quality standards at the Ayodhya railway station, says Spokesperson of Northern Railway.
The new facilities will include renovation of the internal and external premises of the station to increase the facilities available at the station such as expansion of the number of ticket counters, waiting room expansion, three restrooms with air-conditioned facility, 17-bed male dormitory with toilet, 10-bed female dormitory with toilet, continuous work is underway towards providing other desired facilities including an additional foot over bridge, food plaza, shops and additional toilets.
Continuous construction and development work is in progress, ensuring availability of many other desired facilities, including VIP lounge, auditorium and special guest house…Constant efforts are being made to provide a new form so that the division can provide modern facilities equipped with high standards for the visiting devotees and tourists visiting this station while attracting the whole world in the coming time according to Railway officials.
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