Hosapete Junction railway station

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Hosapete Junction
Indian Railway Station
LocationHospet, Ballari District, Karnataka
India
Coordinates15°17′11″N 76°23′12″E / 15.2865°N 76.3867°E / 15.2865; 76.3867Coordinates: 15°17′11″N 76°23′12″E / 15.2865°N 76.3867°E / 15.2865; 76.3867
Elevation471 metres (1,545 ft)
Owned byIndian Railways
Operated bySouth Western
Line(s)Guntakal–Vasco da Gama section
Platforms3
Tracks5 (construction - electrification of double BG)
ConnectionsAuto stand, City Bus
Construction
Structure typeStandard (on ground station)
ParkingYes
Bicycle facilitiesYes
Other information
StatusFunctioning
Station codeHPT
Zone(s) South Western
Division(s) Hubli railway division
ElectrifiedUnder construction

Hosapete Junction (Station code: HPT) is a main railway station in Ballari district, Karnataka. It serves Hosapete city. The station consists of three platforms. It is a station with fuel and water filling facility, like Hubballi Railway station, station have amenities such as a computerized reservation office, waiting room, retiring room, book stall & canteenss.[1][2][failed verification][3][failed verification][4][failed verification]

Major trains[edit]

Some of the important trains that run from Hosapete Junction are:

  • Amaravati Express
  • Hampi Express
  • Kacheguda - Hubballi Prasanti Nilayam Express
  • Hubballi - Chennai express (via Bellary)
  • Hyderabad - CSMT Kolhapur Express
  • Mysuru - Sainagar Shirdi Weekly Express
  • Kacheguda - Vasco Da Gama Express
  • Ajmer - Bengaluru City Garib Nawaz Express
  • Haripriya Express
  • Bhagat Ki Kothi - Bengaluru City Express (Via Bellari)
  • Hubballi - Vijayawada Passenger
  • Tirupati - Hubballi Intercity Passenger
  • Bengaluru City - Hosapete Passenger
  • Ballari - Dharwad Passenger

References[edit]

  1. ^ "HPT/Hosapete Junction". India Rail Info.
  2. ^ Express News Service (9 July 2015). "19 Railway Stations in State to Change to New Names". New Indian Express.
  3. ^ TNN (16 June 2015). "Line doubling proposed between Londa, Miraj railway stations". The Times of India.
  4. ^ "SWR to Change Names of 19 Railway Stations in Karnataka State". South Western Railway.[dead link]