Rail Budget 2013 was presented on Feb 26, 2014 by then Indian Railways Minister P K Bansal.
Target of Rs 1000 crore each fixed for Rail Land Development Authority and IR Station Development Corporation to be raised through PPP in 2013-14.
Gross Traffic Receipts fixed at Rs 1,25,680 cr in RE, short by Rs 6,872 cr over Budget Estimates. Ordinary Working Expenses retained at BE level of Rs 84,400 cr; pension payments increased by Rs 1,500 cr to 20,000 cr.
Where the rupee is coming from for the Indian Railways and where it is being invested.
Supplementary charges for super fast trains, reservation fee, clerkage charge, cancellation charge and tatkal charge marginally increased in Rail budget 2013-14.