4 most important railway updates of this week

1. News on 14th Nov 2017: Indian Railways to use GPS-enabled fog safety devices

The Indian Railways has planned to use GPS-enabled fog safety devices in trains to alert the loco pilot about approaching signals ensuring safety and timely running of trains during this season. Read more about this news here.

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2. News on 15th Nov 2017: CCTV Cameras to be installed in Locomotives to track Loco Drivers

Southern Railway has installed CCTV cameras in a WAP 7 passenger locomotive to monitor the drivers during train operation. Click here to read the entire news.

3. News on 16th Nov 2017: ISRO and Railways Join Hands to Curb Accidents at Unmanned Crossings

The Indian Railways has collaborated with Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to keep a check on accidents at unmanned railway crossings and to track train movements on real-time basis. Click for all the highlights.

4. News on 17th Nov 2017: Indian Railways introduces Asia’s largest Interlocking System

With more and more derailments happening in the past few months, the South Eastern Railway (SER), in a move to increase capacity and ensure the safer running of trains, has replaced the route relay interlocking (RRI) system at Kharagpur with Asia’s largest solid state interlocking (SSI) system. Read more about this news here.