Kerala Rail Development Corporation Ltd (K-Rail) KRDCL is a joint venture organization jointly established by Government of Kerala and Ministry of Railways, Government of India for prospering the railway infrastructure in the state of Kerala. K-Rail undertakes railway projects from its inception to operation which will inter-alia include the preparation and submission of Detailed Project Report (DPR) and obtain required approvals from appropriate authorities for the implementation of the project.
To complete the Projects in the country with high standards of safety, comfort, value added services and efficiency by adopting the best technological practices, sound financial strategy and optimum utilization of resources
To be a leading organization in the field of development, redevelopment, operation and maintenance of railway works with passenger amenities of international standards.
The 529.45 km SHSR corridor connecting Kasaragod and Thiruvananthapuram eases the transport between north and south ends of the state and reduces the total travel time to less than 4 hours, compared with the present 10 to 12 hrs.
The Broad-Gauge Line from Thalassery to Mysore will not only boost the socio-economic development of tribal areas of Kannur and Wayanad, but also provide a direct rail link from central Malabar to Mysore and Bangalore. The proposed East bound direct line will be 240 Km long and will take only about 5 hours to Mysore.
The proposed BG line provides the missing link between Nilambur in Malappuram District of Kerala and Nanjangud in Chamaraja Nagar District of Karnataka. Nilambur is an existing Railway station connected to Shoranur. Nanjangud is an existing Railway Station in Mysore – Chamarajanagar sections.
KRDCL has undertaken construction of 27 road overbridges along the entire stretch of Kerala, starting from Parassala in Thiruvananthapuram to Kasargod.
Kerala Rail Development Corporation Limited (KRDCL) has submitted a feasibility report to Southern Railway for the redevelopment of the marshalling yard at Ponnuruni to construct an international standard coaching terminal complex.
Government Order issued by the Revenue Department regarding the creation of a Special Deputy Collector office based at Ernakulam and 11 Special Tahsildar Land Acquisition offices based at Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Alappuzha, Pathanamthitta, Kottayam, Ernakulam, Thrissur, Kozhikode, Malappuram, Kannur, and Kasargod.
As part of the DPR Study of Semi High-Speed Rail (SilverLine), connecting Thiruvananthapuram and Kasaragod, detailed study of the existing transportation system and travel characteristics of Kerala State has been undertaken. Information on the demographic and Socio-Economic factors, influencing the travel pattern has also been compiled. The study has been published in the Detailed Project Report.
of railway works with passenger amenities of international standards.