There are many better railway stations in Bihar, from where trains operate for every corner of the country, but the question comes, which is the station in Bihar that generates the most revenue. For information, let me tell you that this has been issued by East Central Railway. In the list, the railway stations of Bihar have performed well in terms of revenue. Let us inform that every year the East Central Railway releases the list of Ravindra generating railway stations according to the ratio of the number of passengers at the railway stations. Recently, East Central Railway has released the list of top 30 revenue generating railway stations in India which are as follows.
Patna Junction railway station of the capital Patna has become the highest revenue generating railway station for East Central Railway. Talking about the second number itself, Danapur railway station at number two, Muzaffarpur railway station at number three, Deendayal Upadhyay railway station at number four and Darbhanga railway station at number five. 5- Darbhanga, 6-Gaya, 7-Samastipur, 8-Dhanbad, 9-Rajendranagar Terminal, 10-Buxar, 11-Ara, 12-Barauni, 13-Saharsa, 14-Patliputra, 15-Hajipur, 16-Koderma, 17 -Dehri on Sone, 18-Kiul, 19-Bapudham Motihari, 20-Sasaram, 21-Madhubani, 22-Khagaria, 23-Sonpur, 24-Bettiah, 25-Jayanagar, 26-Begusarai, 27-Raxaul, 28- Bagaha, Anugrah Narayan Road is included in the 29th and 30th position.
According to the information, in the list released by East Central Railway, the railway stations of Bihar have performed well in terms of revenue. Gaya station of Bihar has improved its ranking from 12th to 6th position. At the same time, Samastipur Junction has come down from ninth place to seventh place. Along with this, in ninth place is the Rajendra Nagar terminal of Patna. The same Patna’s Patliputra station was in seventh place, which has reached 14th place. Buxar at number 10 and Ara at number 11 has made it to the list. Barauni, which is behind Saharsa, has moved up a notch to number 12.