Top 10 Cleanest A1 and A Category Railway Stations of India in 2017

As per cleanliness of Railway Station report 2017 or Swachh railway report released by Suresh Prabhu,Vishakhapatnam and Beas railway station are ranked cleanest A1 and A category railway stations among the 75 busiest railway stations in India. The survey carried out by the Quality Council of India, Visakhapatnam ranked most cleanest and Darbhanga is the most dirtiest one.

– Top 10 A1 Category Railway Stations of India

Visakhapatnam Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh

Visakhapatnam Railway Station of Andhra Pradesh is administered by East Coast Railway of Indian Railways, ranked 1st in the list of cleanest A1 category railway stations of India in 2017. The station is actually a terminal station and has 8 platforms.

Secunderabad Junction Railway Station, Telengana


Secunderabad Junction Railway Station of Telengana is located in the heart of Hyderabad and one of the major intercity railway station in South India. The station serve the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

Jammu Tawi Railway Station, Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu Tawi Railway Station is one of the major and largest railway station in Jammu and Kashmir state. The station is starting point of India’s second longest running train Himsagar Express.

Vijayawada Junction Railway Station, Andhra Pradesh


Vijayawada Junction Railway Station is the second cleanest A1 railway junction of Andhra Pradesh and one of the busiest railway stations in India. The station has 10 platforms and 7 number of platform is the largest of all.

Anand Vihar Terminal Railway Station, Delhi

Anand Vihar Terminal Railway Station in the locality of Delhi is administered by Northern Railway zone and one of the largest railway stations in Delhi. The Anand Vihar terminal has facilities like booking office and booking counters.

Lucknow Junction Railway Station, Uttar Pradesh

Lucknow Junction Railway Station is located next to the beautiful Lucknow Charbagh railway station. Lucknow Junction is well connected with all the major and important Indian cities.

Ahmedabad Junction Railway Station, Gujarat

Ahmedabad Junction Railway Station is the biggest and busiest railway station of Gujarat and one of the highest income generating railway station of India. The station also referred as Kalupur railway station and has 12 platforms.

Jaipur Junction Railway Station, Rajasthan

Jaipur Junction Railway Station of Rajasthan is listed among the top 10 cleanest and busiest A1 category railway stations of India in 2017. Jaipur station is very well connected to other major cities of India and also one of the stop for India’s most famous and luxurious trains.

Pune Junction Railway Station, Maharashtra


Pune Junction Railway Station was the dirtiest railway station in 2016 and in the year 2017 among 10 of the cleanest railway station of India. The Pune railway station ranked ninth among 75 A1 category stations in the country.

Bangalore City Railway Station, Karnataka

Bangalore railway station is the major railway station of Karnataka serving the city of Bengaluru, located across the Kempegowda Bus Station. Bangalore city station has 10 platforms and also served to Namma Metro Purple Line.

– Top 10 Cleanest A Category Railway Stations of India

Beas Junction Railway Station, Punjab


Beas Junction Railway Station was one of the cleanest railway station in 2016 and in the year 2017,  Beas railway station is the cleanest among the top 10 A category railway stations of India.

Khammam Railway Station, Telegana

Khammam Railway Station located in Khammam district of Telangana is second most cleanest A category railway station of Indian Railways. The city of Khammam is famous for Dummugudem Barrage on River Godavari and old Khammam Fort.

Ahmednagar Railway Station, Maharashtra

Ahmednagar Railway Station is one of the major railway station for Pune and New Delhi railway line. Ahmednagar railway station has all the amenities including waiting room,refreshments counter and computerized reservation office.

Durgapur Railway Station, West Bengal


Durgapur Railway Station located in Paschim Bardhaman district of West Bengal, serves the industrial town of Durgapur and surrounding areas. The city of Durgapur is said to be the second planned city of India after Chandigarh and one of the largest urban conglomeration in West Bengal.

Mancherial Railway Station, Telangana


Mancherial Railway Station is among the top 5 five cleanest A category stations of India, located on the Grand Trunk line, longest railway line in India.

Badnera Junction Railway Station, Maharashtra


Badnera Junction Railway Station is part of Amravati Municipal Corporation and one of the major station on the Howrah Nagpur Mumbai line. The station has shortest branch of railway line in India to Amravati and Wardha Bhusaval Passenger halt here for 85 min.

Rangiya Junction Railway Station, Assam

Rangiya Junction Railway Station is located in Kamrup district of Assam and serves the Rangia town, under the divisional of the North East Frontier Railway. Rangiya railway station ranked as cleanest railway station of Assam in 2017.

Warangal Railway Station, Telangana


Warangal Railway Station is the third cleanest railway station of Telegana in 2017, under the administration of Secunderabad railway division. The city of Warangal is famous for Kakatiya Kala Thoranam and selected for the HRIDAY – Heritage City of India.

Damoh Railway Station, Madhya Pradesh

Damoh Railway Station in the district of Sagar Division serves Damoh city and its nearby areas. Nearest Railway Stations has been listed as cleanest A category railway stations of Madhya Pradesh.

Bhuj Railway Station, Gujarat


Bhuj Railway Station on the Western railway network is last station on the western railway line in the area and handles only 7 trains. The Class A railway station of Gujarat is listed among the top 10 cleanest A category railway stations of India in 2017.

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  • Kumar says:

    Bangalore city junction railway station is the dirtiest in South India. Go to any other station in bangalore but never to bangalore city railway station. Even now the Bangalore authorities are incompetent in implementing a proper garbage recycling program which is such a shame.

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