| Indian Railways|
| On Ground|
| Prakasam Road, Tenali, Guntur district, Andhra Pradesh
Howrah–Chennai main line
New Delhi–Chennai main line
Tenali-Repalle branch line
6 Broad gauge 1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)
Station road, Platform-2 & 3, Chenchupet, Tenali, Andhra Pradesh 522201
Chirala railway station, Ongole railway station, Gudur Junction railway st, Bapatla railway station, Vijayawada Junction railway st
Tenali railway station is an Indian railway station in Tenali of Andhra Pradesh. It is situated on Vijayawada–Gudur section of Guntur railway division in South Central Railway zone. It is 152nd most busiest railway station in India.
Tenali Junction railway station Wikipedia
The Vijayawada–Chennai Central link was established in 1899. The Howrah-Chennai main line, constructed by Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, was opened in January 1916.
The Vijayawada–Chirala section was electrified in 1979–80.
Tenali railway station is an ‘A’–category station. It is recognized as a Model station and Touch & Feel (modern stations) in the Vijayawada railway division.
The station is spread over an of 38,417.50 m2 (413,522.5 sq ft), maintained by 31 employees. The modernization of the station was taken by providing new escalators, lifts etc.
On an average, the passenger traffic of the station stands at 28,688 per day. Everyday, a total of 72 express, 8 passenger and 4 EMU/DMU trains halt at the station. The station annually handles 4474.7 MT of cargo and the average income generated by freight transport is ₹7.049 million (US$100,000).
The below table lists the passenger earnings of the station of the previous years.
SCR recently installed Automatic Ticket Vending Machines (ATVM)s in Tenali station.