The speed of the railway communication system is coming Implementation of the government’s development project. After completion of these projects, the railways sources said the railways will be in the top position as the medium of communication, since 2009, so far, 84 thousand 892 crore 13 lakh taka 75 new projects and 9,919 crore 24 63 revised projects were approved with the cost of Taka. Construction of new railway lines and construction of 1137.97 km railways has been created. Besides, many new railway surveys have been completed. A plan of 2035 (2010-2030) railway fund has been planned for the implementation of more than 235.44 billion and 233.44 billion additional projects. Modernization of railway signaling system, construction of new railway lines, old rail line reform, locomotives, passenger coaches and freight wagons collection and rehabilitation, meter gauge line conversion to dual gauge, train service has been introduced. The present government takes special initiative for the development of Bangladesh Railway as a people-friendly and implementing ‘Vision 2021’. Separate railway ministry was formed on 4 December 2011 for overall development of the railway.
In continuation of this, big projects like Dhaka-Chittagong High Speed Train Project, Padma Bridge Rail Project, are going on If the implementation of these projects, the railways will be facing radical changes. It is learned that 350 trains including 132 mail express and Demu train, 126 local trains, 88 intercity trains and 4 inter-country trains are being run daily on the railway. After the formation of Sheikh Hasina-led government, 116 new trains were introduced through the import of 270 coaches and engines. There are more than 700 coaches and engine import projects. Being safe, cost-effective and environmentally friendly, the number of passengers in the railway is increasing. E-ticketing and online arrangements have been made easier to purchase passenger tickets. At a meeting of the parliamentary standing committee on railways ministry, it is recommended to set up scanner machines in railway stations for the safety of passengers and passengers in trains and trains. The committee also recommended the construction of a university of railway engineering in the country. Chairman of Parliamentary Standing Committee on Railway Ministry ABM Fazle Karim Chowdhury said the railway sector was neglected for a long time. Railway has the importance of public transportation in the populous country like Bangladesh. He said that the government has taken several steps to build Bangladesh Railway as a powerful transportation network. If the ongoing projects are implemented, the speed will come in the railway’s communication system.