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It is learnt that post to the success of this idea on major stations, the railway authorities would be implementing the same rule on other stations too.His drive to make movies has been replaced by a desire to stay at home with Susan, his wife of 33 years, play the guitar, listen to country music and indulge his passions for photography and ceramics at their 20-acre ranch in Santa Barbara, California.Photos were taken by Tina Nandi Stephens and Genevieve Vanspall and can also be found on flickr and facebook.The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has slammed the Railways for too many deaths on the Mumbai suburban railways, noting as many as 17,638 deaths in five years between January 2010 and December 2014, constituting 52.74% of the total 33,445 deaths on the suburban sections across the country.If you contact the local site members then your chances of success are so much greater.That’s because it’s more convenient for both parties living in India, Maharashtra to hook up and you don’t have to worry about traveling costs.Imagine, Mumbaikars standing in a long queue to board in the local trains stopping at all the stations across the city.Soon this imagination might turn into reality if the idea of Central Railways works.
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But amidst this new idea of the railways authorities, a major question has erupted and that is how this idea would work in peak hours as lakhs of Mumbaikars commute via Central lines and Harbour lines during peak hours.
Looking at the number of people dying due to train accidents especially in the peak hours wherein the locals are jam packed, this idea seems can hopefully prove as a boon for the citizens.
The Railways” figures were hardly 2% of the GRP figures.
The CAG also referred to a Bombay High Court direction to the Railways on a PIL in November 2014 to take preventive measures to check death of passengers on tracks on the Mumbai suburban section and make available ambulances as also emergency medical rooms at all Mumbai suburban stations stations, similar to the “Trauma Care Centre” already set up at Dadar in March 2011.Photos were taken by Tina Nandi Stephens and can also be found on flickr and facebook.