-(1 &4 GOVERNMENT OF INDIA of ei MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS ( 4) ‘ RAILWAY BOARD)
Sub: Policy Guidelines- Halt stations. Ref: Halt stations- Master Circular. **A.**
New Delhi, dated: 18.11.2019
Instructions issued from time to time laying down guidelines for halt stations are as under:
1) PM Circular No. 12 of 1999 vide letter No. 99/TG-1Y/Halts/Policy dated 17.05,99 2) Corrigendum to Circular No. 12 of 1999 vide letter No. 99/TG-IV/ilalts/Pol icy dated 08.06.99 • . 3) PM Circular No. 27 of 1999 vide letter No. 99/TG-IV/Halts/Policy dated 15.09.99 4) PM Circular No. 53 of 2000 vide letter .N6. 99/TG-IV/Halts/Policy dated 08.09.2000 5) PM Circular No. 63 of 2000 vide letter No. 2000/TG-IV/Halt Policy/clarification of NER dated 28.11,2000 6) PM Circular No. 21 of 2001 vide letter No, 99/TG-1V/Halts/Policy dated 03.04.2001 7) PM Circular No. 28 of 2001 vide letter No, 99/TG-IV/Halts/Policy dated 18.04.2001 8) PM Circular No. 67 of 2001 vide letter No. 99/T0-1V/Halts/Policy dated 17.10.2001 9) PM Circular No. 26 of 2005 vide letter No. 99/TG-1V/Halts/Pol icy dated 24.06.2005 . These guidelines have been reviewed.. Competent Authority • have now carried out certain amendments in the policy guideline’s for halt stations
Accordingly, revised comprehenSive guidelines on Halt stations (Master Circular) is enclosed herewith for information and necessary action with Milne(‘ late effect.
This issues with the concurrence of Finance Directorate of Ministry of Rail Ways. Kindly acknowledge receipt, DA: As above.
Executive Director Passenger Marketing. Railway Board.
No. 2017/TG-IV/2/R13/05/Halts Policy New Delhi, dated: 18.11.2019 Copy forwarded to :-
1. The PFAs, All Indian Railways for information. 2. The ADA1, All ‘Indian Railways, . 3. The PCCMs, All Zonal Railways.