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Andhra Pradesh is situated to the south of India and is a major state that holds a strong position in the country due to various reasons like tourism, mineral wealth, Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, Information Technology and real estate. The capital city is Hyderabad.
Andhra Pradesh comprises of 23 districts that are well connected by rails that run all across the state. Maps of Andhra Pradesh will show the various stations, routes and various places of importance accurately and will be helpful in guiding the visitors to their destination. Due to its significance in the IT sector and its industrialization, the government has taken major steps in improving the infrastructure of the state that includes the railways. People here come for various reasons and it is a major pilgrimage destination, people from all over the country and abroad flock to the state to pay their homage to Lord Tirupati. There are various trains that reach the city from all over the country.
Andhra Pradesh has an extensive line of railways to cover the whole state that is large. The state is surrounded by various other states like Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala. Trains also leave for other states so that people from outside Andhra Pradesh can visit the state. The state today boasts of progress in all aspects and railways have played a significant part in developing the industrial and the tourism in the state. The government has taken care and is also planning to have more efficient and quick railway systems to cater to the needs of the people.
Andhra Pradesh has a railway network that runs on 5,046 kms and has an extensive line of network all over the state. It has the world's highest broad gauge rail track comprising of the eastern ghats route that run from Visakhapatnam to Anantagiri and is supposed to be one of the highest broad gauge tracks found in the world. The state boasts of 182 railway stations in the state and also many railway junctions as well. Some of the major railway stations are Adilbad, Adoni, Anakapalle, Anantpur, Bapatta, Basar, Bhadrachalam raod, Bhimavaram junction, Bhimavarm town, Chirala, Chittor, Cuddapah, Dhramavaram junction, Eluru, Gooty, Gudivada junction, Gudur Junction, Guntakal Junction, Hyderabad Deccan, Kazipet junction, Nalgonda and Nandyal. There are many other railway stations that help people travel from one place another in a convenient manner.
The state has south central railways and its head quarters are situated at Secunderabad. There are in all three railway zones like the southern railways, S.C.R and the southeastern railways. Vijayawada railway junction is the biggest junction found in Andhra Pradesh and connects the north and the south Indian rail routes.
Railways are one of the important factors of any state to help boost the economy of the state. government take care to improve the existing railways and connect them to various places and also construct new rail routes to connect new destinations and even in the remotest places as well