Railway Sample Clauses

Railway. 22. (1) If an approved proposal provides for a railway, the railway shall be constructed and operated by the Company and subclauses (2) to (4) shall apply thereto.
Railway. 16. Director, Railway Stores (I&S), Kolkata release order No. and date.
Railway. Ref:-This office of even No. dated with reference to above the detailed Agreement for the above work is as under:- Scope of Work:- Contractor has to perform the work of Distribution/Collection of Diesel/ K.oil as per need indicated in the following table:- Demanding Unit Loaded tanker Empty tanker Total Value (Rs.) Rate-per km. per tanker (capacity12kl.) Value (Rs.) Rate-per km. per tanker (capacity 12 kl.) Value (Rs.) LJN DIV. RS. 20.00 RS.3,82,860.00 RS. 19.00 RS. 2,44,283.00 RS. 6,27,143.00 BSB DIV RS. 20.00 RS. 19.00 Total RS.3,82,860.00 RS. 2,44,283 RS. 6,27,143.00 Requirement of Road Tanker: Contractor shall provide the road tanker to the above said Railway authority as per the number and of the place as required by railway within 24 hours on placement of the requisition. Requisition will be placed for tanker minimum of 01 tanker and maximum of 02 tankers at a time. Mode of payment: The mileage charge for tanker is applicable for outwards/inward journey. No extra claim for empty vehicles on return journey will be admissible after the tanker is released by railways. Journey time shall not include any breakdown period, if same happens during journey time. Due to increase and decreases in the rates of fuel or any other reason, no claim for extra taxes, duties shall be considered by the Railway. For the purpose of calculation of mileage covered by tanker, meter reading, at the existing point of depot/place and at the point of where tanker is released from service, will be noticed by the concerned staff deputed on duty. The difference of the two readings will be taken as mileage covered by the tanker. Contractor shall submit their movement records for the month in proper form as desired by railway administration to the concerned demanding officer for preparing Measurement Book.
Railway or any officer deputed by them for the time being. Similarly, the Financial Adviser and Chief Accounts Officer..........................................Railway, or any officer deputed by him. is empowered by the Railway Administration to carry out the inspection of the books and accounts referred to in the last sentence in sub-clause 1 of this clause of this Agreement. (19) The Contractors shall not compete with the Railway Administration in any way, whatsoever, whether directly or indirectly by carrying passengers, luggage, parcels and goods over any section of road that is an alternative route to any portion of the rail route. (20) The Contractors shall at all times indemnify the Railway Administration against all claims which may be made under Workmen's Compensation Act or any statutory modifications thereof or otherwise for or in respect of any damages or compensation payable in consequence of any accident or injury sustained by any xxxxxxx, labourer or other person in the employment of the Contractors and shall take all risk of accidents or damage which may cause a failure of the performance of all works from whatever cause arising and the entire responsibility for the sufficiency of all the means used by them for the fulfillment of the contract. (21) The Contractors shall observe and perform all the provisions of the Payment of Wages Act or any Statutory Modification thereof for the time being in force and any rules and regulations made thereunder with regard to the payment of wages to all persons employed by them under this Agreement and shall indemnify the Railway Administration from and against any claim under the Act by or on behalf of any person employed by them and in respect of any application by any inspector appointed under the Act relating to a breach or non-performance by the Contractors of any of their obligations under the Act and any costs incurred by the Railway Administration in connection with any such claim or applications. If, in compliance with the terms of this contract, the Contractors supply any labour to be used wholly or partly under direct orders control of the Railway Administration whether in connection with any work being executed by the Contractors or otherwise for the purposes of the Railway Administration such labour shall for the purpose of this clause be deemed to be persons employed by the Contractors. If any money shall, as the result of any claim or application as aforesaid be ordered to be paid by the Railway Adm...
Railway. FECR handled 174,000 rail carloads in 1999 compared to 161,000 in 1998, an increase of 13,000 carloads or 8.1 percent. The railroad handled 287,000 intermodal units in 1999 compared to 326,000 in 1998, a decrease of 39,000 or 12.0 percent. FECR’s revenues increased to $164.9 million in 1999 from $162.4 million in 1998, an increase of $2.5 million or 1.5 percent. This increase was primarily attributable to increases in shipments of aggregates and automotive/automotive parts traffic. Aggregate shipments increased by 7,100 carloads or 6.8 percent in 1999 over 1998. This increase is reflective of a sustaining strong Florida economy as evidenced with continued growth in residential and commercial markets, as well as highway construction projects. Automotive and automobile-related traffic increased by approximately 1,800 rail cars or 8.0 percent in 1999 over 1998. The increase in the number of automotive shipments is primarily attributable to continued strength in the shipment of new vehicles to Miami, as well as the opening of an automotive handling facility on the Company’s property in Titusville in 1998 by NS. The decrease in intermodal shipments includes a decrease of approximately 25,700 or 11.0 percent in trailers handled, and a decrease in containers handled of 13,600 or 12.9 percent. The overall 12.0 percent decrease in intermodal shipments primarily results from NS’s service redesign that commenced in 1998 whereby certain terminals along the East Coast of Florida were no longer marketed. Port consolidations and the repositioning of certain traffic from 20’ to 40’ equipment also contributed to the decrease. Other carload traffic increased 4,200 carloads or 11.9 percent. This increase was primarily due to additional traffic received at the new NS bulk terminal facility located on FECR’s right-of-way. Traffic volumes associated with SCFE also increased in 1999. Real Estate The Company generated operating revenues ($129.6 million in 1999 and $53.1 million in 1998) in its realty segment from both real estate owned by Flagler and FECR. Flagler generated revenues ($125.8 million in 1999 and $50.2 million in 1998) from rent of its improved and certain unimproved properties and sales of certain real estate assets. FECR’s realty revenues ($3.8 million in 1999 and $3.0 million in 1998) are generated by leases and sales of non-operating properties. Flagler’s revenues increased by $75.6 million (151.0 percent) to $125.8 million in 1999 compared to $50.2 million in 1...
Railway. The Group designs, manufactures and markets machines and integrated systems for the installation and maintenance of the railway catenary, devices for the diagnostics of the railway catenary and track, as well as customized machines for special operations on the line. Born in Italy in 1951 and led by the Chairman and CEO Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx Dominioni, the Group counts on more than 900 employees and has its production sites in Grassobbio (Bergamo), Endine Gaiano (Bergamo), Sirone (Lecco), Monopoli (Bari) and Bitetto (Bari) in Italy, Alvarado (Texas) in the USA and Durtal in France. It relies on three research and development units in Fidenza (Parma), Padua and Patrica (Frosinone). Listed on the EURONEXT STAR MILAN of the Euronext Milan market of the Italian Stock Exchange, the Group boasts a global commercial presence through foreign subsidiaries and sales offices in the USA, in South Africa, West Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Qatar and China. In its development strategy, the Group intends to consolidate its position as a solution provider in the three abovementioned business areas, by exploiting the trends of energy transition, digitalization, and sustainability. Škoda Group
Railway. A guided system designed for the movement of rolling stock, which has the capability of transporting passengers, freight or both on a railway track, together with its infrastructure, and associated sidings. Includes: A system of transport employing parallel rails or monorail which provides support and guidance for vehicles carried on flanged wheels such as: • a heavy railway, or light railway with a track gauge equal to or greater than 600 mm; • a railway within a marshalling yard or a passenger or freight terminal; • a tramway; • an inclined railway; and • a railway of a kind prescribed for the purposes of this definition. Excludes: • a railway in a mine which is predominantly underground and used in connection with the performance of mining operations; • a slipway; or • a crane-type runway.
Railway design speed of 240 km/h andEuropean standard gauge (1,435 mm) on the Route.
Railway. One copy of each such book, &c. as are required to be maintained, will be supplied free of charge by the Railway Administration, on the Contractors indenting for them on the Divisional Railway Manager. Books etc. required to replace those lost or otherwise destroyed or in addition to those supplied free of charge, will be supplied only at the expense of the Contractors. 5. Returns The Contractors shall arrange to submit to the Financial Adviser and Chief Accounts Officer.......................................... Railway, or his authorised representative complete returns relating to luggage, parcels and goods traffic dealt with at the Out-agency showing separately the agency and the railway proportions, also balance-sheets in connection therewith, in the manner prescribed in the books referred to above and in any supplemental, general or special instructions issued by the Financial Adviser and Chief Accounts Officer or Chief Commercial Manager.................................................
Railway. The Málaga-Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx Railway Station connects the city to the capital of Spain through the High-Speed line (AVE) Málaga-Córdoba-Madrid in a two-hour and a half journey. The Málaga-Cordoba-Seville route takes 1 hour and 55 minutes. Furthermore, the railway network connects the capital to other areas in Málaga located at the Costa del Sol, Xxxxx del Guadalhorce, and the Airport through Málaga’s regional lines. Bus Station Málaga’s Bus Station establishes links between the capital, Málaga’s municipalities, and the main Spanish and European cities. In addition to this, there is a Bus Station in Muelle Xxxxxxx, at the city centre near Málaga's Port, which connects to several localities of the metropolitan area.