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|Express train and Passenger train Station|
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|Elevation||59 metres (194 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railway|
|Operated by||Eastern Railway zone|
Jamalpur-Khagaria lines and Sahebpur Kamal lines
|Zone(s)||Eastern Railway zone|
|Electrified||Double Electrified Line|
|Passengers||200,000 per day|
Jamalpur Junction is the main rail head for Munger city. Jamalpur Junction is part of the Malda Division of the Eastern Railway Zone of the Indian Railway. Jamalpur Junction is connected to metropolitan areas of India, Sahibganj Loop via Kiul - Rampurhat 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 Railway Station 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 a total of four platforms. The platforms are connected by two foot over bridges.
It is the first station Of the Malda Division to have a Centralised Route Relay Interlocking (CRRI) System.
- Jamalpur Junction railway station at the India Rail Info
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