Sabarmati Junction railway station

Sabarmati Junction is a junction station under Western Railway and a junction just six kilometers away from main Ahmedabad Railway Station in Gujarat state of India. It is junction on Ahmedabad - Mehsana railway line. It is more famous for Sabarmati Ashram located near it, which was founded by Mahatma Gandhi. Sabarmati serves both metre-gauge track on Mehsana line and main broad-gauge line for all trains departing from Ahmedabad. Sabarmati Metre Gauge Termius has now been named Gandhigram in memory of Mahatma Gandhi. Sabarmati also has special yard for Passenger trains. Sabarmati Railway Station in western part of the city is being proposed to be developed as an additional terminal for departure and termination of Delhi-bound trains. The railway officials said that there are plans to develop Sabarmati railway station as an alternate station of Ahmedabad Railway Station.

Sabarmati Junction
Indian Railway Station
Junction Station
Sabarmati Railway Station
Sabarmati Railway Station
Location Sabarmati, Ahmedabad (West Zone), Gujarat
Coordinates 23°4′17″N 72°35′13″E / 23.07139°N 72.58694°ECoordinates: 23°4′17″N 72°35′13″E / 23.07139°N 72.58694°E
Elevation 55 m
Owned by Indian Railway
Operated by Western Railways
Line(s) Jaipur-Ahmedabad line
Platforms 5
Tracks 7
Connections AMTS bus stop 'Sabarmati Railway Station', BRTS bus stations 'Sabarmati Powerhouse', 'Sabarmati Police Station' and 'Motera Cross Roads', Autorickshaw stand
Structure type Standard (on ground station)
Parking Yes
Other information
Status Functioning
Station code


Zone(s) Western Railways
Division(s) Ahmedabad
Electrified Yes

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