Jamalpur Junction railway station

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Jamalpur Junction
Express train and Passenger train station
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General information
LocationJamalpur, Bihar
Coordinates25°30′53″N 86°50′38″E / 25.51472°N 86.84389°E / 25.51472; 86.84389
Elevation59 metres (194 ft)
Owned byIndian Railways
Operated byEastern Railway zone
Line(s)Sahibganj loop ,
Barauni-Sahebpur kamal-Jamalpur line and khagaria-Jamalpur line
Other information
Station codeJMP
Zone(s) Eastern Railway zone
Division(s) Malda
Opened1862; 162 years ago (1862)[citation needed]
ElectrifiedDouble electrified line[citation needed]
200,000 per day
East Railway
Preceding station Indian Railways Following station
Terminus Munger Ganga Bridge
Towards Khagaria and Barauni
towards ?
Sarobag Halt
towards ?
Sahibganj loop Patam Halt
towards ?
Jamalpur Junction is located in India
Jamalpur Junction
Jamalpur Junction
Location within India
Jamalpur Junction is located in Bihar
Jamalpur Junction
Jamalpur Junction
Jamalpur Junction (Bihar)
Munger Ganga Bridge rail route (red)

Jamalpur Junction railway station, station code JMP, is the railway station serving the MungerJamalpur twin cities in the Munger district in the Indian State of Bihar.[1]


Jamalpur Junction is the main railhead for Munger city. Jamalpur Junction is part of the Malda railway division of the Eastern Railway zone of the Indian Railways. Jamalpur Junction is connected to metropolitan areas of India, Sahibganj loop via KiulRampurhat route. It has an average elevation of 59 metres (194 ft). The station is located about 8 km from Munger city.


Traveling south-west, Kiul Junction railway station is the main station next to Jamalpur. Going east, Bhagalpur Junction is the nearest main station. A mega Munger Ganga Bridge connects it to nearby districts like Begusarai, Khagaria and various districts of North Bihar .


There are four platforms. The platforms are connected by two foot overbridges and elevators.[citation needed]

It is the first station of the Malda Division to have a Centralised Route Relay Interlocking (CRRI) system.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "38 COVID-19 Special Arrivals at Jamalpur ER/Eastern Zone - Railway Enquiry". indiarailinfo.com.
 2. Jamalpur junction Railway station.  Source: indiarailinfo.com