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MYANMAR TRANSPORT AND LOGISTICS SUMMIT

DEVELOPMENT OF RAIL NETWORK IN MYANMAR

Thura U Aung Myo Myint


Deputy General Manager (Goods) Myanma Railways Ministry of Rail Transportation

13th May 2013 Yangon

CONTENT
Rail network expansion & upgrading plans. How rail network can improve logistics and

distribution cost.

Rail network expansion & upgrading plan


Current Situation of Myanma Railways Network Expanding Upgrading Plan Railway Lines of International Importance in Myanmar Potential Dry Port of International importance in Myanmar

Current Situation of Myanma Railways

Service Departments

Transport Planning Department Road Transport Administration Department

Human Resource State Economic Enterprises

Central Institute of Transport & Communication Road Transport

Myanma Railways

Minister of Rail Transportation

Director General Transport Planning Department

Director General Road Transport Administration Dept:

Managing Director Road Transport Principal Central Institute of Transport and Communications

Managing Director Myanma Railways

MYANMA RAILWAYS ORGANIZATION CHART

MANAGING DIRTCTOR

UPPER REGION ADMINISTRATION CIVIL ENGINEERING OPERATING COMMERCIAL & MARKETING MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL CARRIAGE & WAGON WORKSHOP (MYITNGE) LOCOMOTIVE WORKSHOP(YWATAUNG) LOCOMOTIVE WORKSHOP(INSEIN) GIRDER WORKSHOP E.I.C WORKSHOP RAIL-CAR WORKSHOP (PAZUNDAUNG)

LOWER REGION ADMINISTRATION INSPECTION PLANNING & ADMINISTRATION


DIVISIONS

FINANCE
1 MYITKYINA 2 YWATAUNG 3 MANDALAY 4 KALAW 5 TOUNGOO 6 INSEIN 7 YANGON 8
MAWLAMYING 9

STORE & MEDICAL

MEDICAL
HOSPITAL MYITNGE YWATAUNG KALAW TOUNGOO INSEIN

STORE

HINZADA 10 PAKOKKU 11 BAGAN

MYANMA RAILWAYS FIXED ASSETS


No. 1 2 3 4 5 Land. Building, Way and Structure. Classification Amount in Million Kyats 121.2 568,167.1 11,302.3 26,398.3 515.7 606,504.6 Percentage 0.02% 93.68% 1.86% 4.35% 0.09% 100.00%

Electric, Signal, and Communication & Machinery


Motive Power and Rolling Stock. Work in Progress. Total

1. Existing Infrastructure
(a) Track

Item

Length Mile Km
3214.51 438.01
3652.52 4780.50

Remarks

Single line Route Mile Double line Route Mile


Total Route Mile Total Track Mile

5143.21 Rails Wt: 700.82


5844.03 Rails 75 lb RBS Rails 60 lb RBS Rails 60 lb BS

7648.80 Rails 50 lb ANSC

(b)

Major Facilities & Equipment


Description Number

Stations
(a) Block Stations (b) Wayside Stations Tunnels Bridges Buildings Plant & Machinery Wooden Sleeper P.C Sleeper Yangon Circular Line (Route Mile) (Route Kilometre) 559 367 12 11659 21275 710 6927694 4132467 29.50 mile (47.52 km)

Systems of Train Operation


Absolute Block System Automatic Block System Following Train System One-Engine-only System

Motive Power & Rolling Stock


a) Locomotive Fleet 2007 2008 37 2008 2009 37 2009 2010 37 2010 2011 37 2011 2012 37 2012 2013 35

Type
Steam Locomotive Diesel Locomotive

(a) Diesel Electric


(b)DieselHydraulic Total Grand Total:-

228
100

243
100

247
105

252
135

257
137

266
137

328 365

343 380

352 389

387 424

394 431

403 438

1500 HP - DHL K. S. K (Japan) 900 HP - DHL Krupp (Germany)

1200 HP - (DEL) ( Myanma Railways)

1300 HP (DEL) (India)

1600 HP (DEL) Alstom (France)

2000 HP (DEL) Alstom (France)

b) Rail Bus Fleet Type 2007 2008 68 2008 2009 68 2009 2010 68 2010 2011 68 2011 2012 63 2012 2013 63

LRBE/ DIB

DMU
DRC RBE

6
2 55

6
2 83

6
2 106

6
2 106

6
2 118

6
2 165

Total:-

131

159

182

182

189

235

c) Number of Passenger Coaches 2007 2008 Classification 2008 2009


Upper Class Ordinary Class Mail Vans Brake Vans 311 651 14 102 325 638 14 99

2009 2010 329 663 14 104

2010 2011 327 648 14 110

2011 2012 332 661 14 130

2012 2013 331 674 13 126

Restaurants
Departmental Others Total

17
116 1211

17
116 1209

20
116 1246

22
86 31 1238

22
87 31 1277

24
82 28 1278

d) Number of Freight Wagons 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Type 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Covered Wagon 1290 1290 1377 1312 1225 Opened Wagon 575 575 643 638 633 (Low Sided) Opened Wagon 398 398 398 398 398 (High Sided) Timber 547 547 547 521 514 Wagon 233 233 233 233 233 Tank Wagon 95 95 95 95 99 Brake Van 79 79 Departmental 111 114 134 55 55 Others Total:3249 3252 3427 3331 3236

2012 2013 1192 610 397

522 256 99 79 55 3210

Covered Wagon

Sugarcane Wagon

Tank Wagon

Timber Truck

Brake Van
Ballast Wagon

3. Railways Service
Train Type Passenger Trains Express Mail Mixed Rail Bus Nos of Train per day

40 56
60

Total
Yangon Suburban Trains

32 ----188 ----200

Freight Trains 29 ------------------------------------------------Total Trains 417 -------------------------------------------------

Traffic Volume
a) Passenger Traffic
Classification No. of Passenger Main Suburban 36.731 39.228 34.587 38.974 33.741 37.861 34.102 33.548 31.246 33.106 23.532 30.326 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011

(In Million)
2011 2012 2012 2013

Total
Passenger/Day Passenger Mile ( 100 Million)

75.959
0.210 33.784

73.561
0.200 33.489

71.602
0.200 33.376

67.650
0.190 33.287

64.352
0.180 31.428

53.858
0.148 23.867

b) Freight Traffic

(In Million) 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013

Classification
Ton Carried Ton Carried (in Million) Ton/Day (in Thousand) Ton Miles (10 Million) Average Lead Miles/Ton

2.93 8.03 53.54 182

2.95 8.09 56.99 193

3.33 9.12 65.83 198

3.41 9.34 69.78 205

3.58 9.83

2.850 7.808

72.27 60.304 200 210

NETWORK EXPANDING
Distribution capacity and efficiency of the transport and

communication network .
The Government identified- rail transport - a vital tool for economic development of the country.

New rail lines- provide political, social and economic


improvements of the remote areas. 1988-89 to 2011-2012 - Expanded 1676.17 miles (2681.87 km) of new track, - 1779.43 miles (2843.09 km) under construction in preparation stage.

Expansion of National Railways Network


1. KyanginPakkoku 2. Katha-BaMaw 3. Dawei-Myeik 4. Moene-Kyaington 5. Pyawbwe-Magwe 6. Minbu-Sittway 512.00 km 156.80 km 212.00 km 361.60 km 152.00 km 411.20 km

7. Pathein-Yangon
8. Hinthada-Nyaungdon 9. Naypyitaw-Pinlong

142.40 km
76.80 km 192.00 km

10.Myitkyina-Namsan
11.Monywa-Kalay 12.Taungoo-Loikaw 13.Pyay-Taungoo Total

760.00 km
216.00 km 240.00 km 192.00 km 3624.80 km

Further Investment for the core network


1. National Railways Strategic plan.

2. Track Improvement Project for Yangon- Mandalay Line Up Line


and Down Line Totaling 1242 km. 3. Upgrading of Yangon Circular Line 95 miles.

4. Mandalay-Myitkyina track Upgrading Project 552km.


5. Bago- Dawei Track Upgrading Project 507 km.

6. Yangon- Pyi Track Upgrading Project 259 km.


7. Tamu-Kalay-Segyi-Monywa-Mandalay Rail Line project.

Further Investment for the core network


8. Thanbyuzayat-Three Pagoda Pass Rail Line Project. 9. Upgrading of three Major Locomotives and Carriage

Maintenance Workshop.
10. Purchasing of 300 Nos. new passenger coaches. 11. Purchasing of 20 Nos. new locomotives. 12. Repowering of 50 Nos. locomotives. 13. Monitoring Goods and Passengers transportation including

Private Sector by IT System.


14. Monitoring Internal and External traffic condition by IT System.

Upgrading Plans
Sr. Name of Project Upgrading of Railways Technical Training Center National Railways Strategic Plan Track Improvement Project for Yangon- Mandalay Line (1242 Km) Upgrading of Yangon Circular Line (95 Miles) Estimated Possible Cost US$ Type of (mil:) Assistance

1.
2.

3.00
10.00

Grant
Grant

3.
4. 5

1782.08
700.00 15.15

Loan
Loan Loan

Yangon- Pyi Track Upgrading Project (259 Km)

Upgrading Plans
Sr. Name of Project Estimated Possible Cost US$ Type of (mil:) Assistance 21.00 60.57 Loan Loan

6. 7.

Refurbishment of Diesel Locomotives Mandalay- Myitkyina Track Upgrading Project (552 Km)

8. 9.

Bago-Dawei Track Upgrading Project (507 Km)


Tamu- Kaly- Segyi- Monywa-

29.60 168.10 85.00

Loan Loan Loan

Mandalay Rail Line Project

Purchasing of 300 new Passenger 10. Coaches

Railway Lines of International Importance in Myanmar


Existing lines Mandalay-Yangon = 617 km Mandalay-Lashio Mandalay-Kalay = 313 km = 539 km

Bago-Thanbyuzayat = 270 km Missing lines

Kalay-Tamu
Lashio-Rueli

= 127.4 km**
= 141.8 km**

Thanbyuzayat-Three Pagoda Pass = 110 km**

** The route lengths of missing lines are referenced from feasibility reports

Potential Dry Ports of International Importance in Myanmar

Tamu
(Two Mode) Rail, Road

Muse
(Two Mode) Rail, Road

Monywa
(Three Mode)

Rail, Road, Inland water

Mandala y (ThreeMode)
Rail, Road, Inland water

Pyay
(Three Mode)

Rail, Road, Inland water

Bago
(Two Mode) Rail, Road

Mawlamyine
(Three Mode) Rail, Road, Inland water

Yangon
(Four Mode)

Rail, Road, Inland water Air

Trans Asian Railway Line of International Importance in Myanmar Asian Highway Routs in Myanmar

How rail network can improve logistics and


distribution cost.
Modes of transport.
Advantages and Disadvantages of each modes of transport. Price comparison.

4 modes of transport in Myanmar


1. Rail Transport 2. Road Transport 3. Waterways Transport 4. Air Transport

Advantages & Disadvantages


Modes of Transport Rail

Advantages

Disadvantages

Can carry much volume, Lesser speed than road, more faster speed , longer price than waterways and can distance and lower price. not service door to door. Lesser speed than Rail & Can carry much volume, Road. longer distance and High risk of Loss & Damage lower price. on the way. Can carry faster speed, short & long distance and door to door service. Can carry faster speed & longer distance. Can carry only limited volume, price is higher than Rail & Waterways.

Waterways

Road

Air

Most expensive price and lesser volume the rest of the modes.

Compare price for one rice bag 30 Visses (108 lb) carried by rail, road and waterway between Yangon and Mandalay
Transport Cost (kyats) commodity Rail Rice one bag 1477 (30 Visses) Waterway 850 Road 2250 Rail 24 Hours Waterway 9~10 Days Road 20~22 Hours Running Time

Cost Effective by Rail


One bag of rice by rail is 773 Kyats lesser cost than road. 5.1 lakh cost effective for one freight wagon (660) bags. 76.5 lakh cost effective for one freight train (15)wagons.

Conclusion
Accomplishment in past Many in process

More in future

Thank You For your Attention