The automatic level crossing on the Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) line that runs from Karachi City to the Orangi train station puts human life at high risk.
As per the details, the Municipal Railway Station to Orangi Station line of the Karachi Ring Railway (KCR) was operational last month but gatekeepers have not been hired to control level crossings on the Orangi KCR line.
Orangi town locals reportedly control the crossing at the KCR itself.
Commenting on the matter, a KCR spokesperson said in a statement that all gates had been installed at level crossings and were managed by public relations staff.
The spokesman said the incident occurred today after the truck axle was damaged at a level crossing which resulted in the railway crossing not being closed.
The Municipal Railway to Orangi Station of the Karachi Circular Railway (KCR) was put into operation last month.
On the 14-kilometer route from Kota Station to Orangi, there are eight stations and 12 rail crossings.
According to Pakistan Railways, the Karachi Loop Railway project will be completed in three phases. The length of the KCR project is 43.13 km, including 14.95 km on land and 28.18 km elevated. It will have 24 stations and passengers per day will be around 550,000.
The second phase will expand operations to a seven-kilometer track from Orangi Station to Gilani Station, while the third phase will see trains operating on a nine-kilometer line between Gilani Station and Drigh Colony.
The second stage KCR will cost Rs 8.70 billion, while the third phase will be completed under a public-private partnership.
The FWO will build underpasses and flyovers on the KCR line, while security walls on all routes will be constructed by the provincial transportation agency.
When we talk about Man Island in Jalopnik, we usually talk about TT Man Island, but today, the tiny island is involved in something even wilder: an underground roundabout.
Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, has been talking about underground tunnels for years, but this one is perhaps the most daring. Because this is not just an underground roundabout, but also involves an underwater tunnel meant to connect Northern Ireland to Scotland and England.
This original reporting comes from The Sunday Times, but if you don’t happen to subscribe to a UK-based newspaper, here’s a tweet with a suggested image:
The proposal will involve not one but three different tunnels under the Irish sea, all of which converge under the Isle of Man. And while his aides call the plan “bullshit,” it seems that some smart people are actually working on it to see if it can actually be done. Even so, another aide said this plan exists “especially in PM’s mind. “But Johnson really likes the idea that he” can’t die. “Whoa.
It’s a bold plan to start with, but somehow it’s more acceptable than the previous tunnel options, which will connect Stranraer, Liverpool to Larne, Northern Ireland. The original idea would require a tunnel to dig through Beaufort’s Dyke … which was also the dumping ground for 1.5 million tonnes of ammunition during World War II. I can’t say that would be a very fun route to dig into.
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So, here we are. With three tunnels that all meet under the Isle of Man. With the whole Brexit situation going on, Britain is completely cut off from the rest of Europe, and Northern Ireland is cut off from the UK. Relations between countries will be an act of symbolic unity, especially when the tiny island has adopted a us-against-world mentality. But this is definitely one extraordinary way to achieve that goal.
Stonehenge Aotearoa is a full-scale adaptation of Stonehenge – and a stargazer’s paradise. Photo / Stonehenge Aotearoa.
While previously redundant tourist destinations are becoming more attractive and accessible to the average Kiwi with international borders closed, that doesn’t mean we won’t be competing for space in the busy summer months. Everyone has the same agenda, which means it’s also time to consider alternatives. Of course, there are some experiences – like traversing the volcanic landscape of Tongariro Crossing, or having a cool drink at Hobbiton’s Green Dragon Inn – that just can’t be duplicated.
But others can. If you do a little research, you’ll find that many of New Zealand’s popular attractions have lesser-known partners and are often cheaper. Here are six close siblings of some must-do activities in the country.
Dig your private spa in the sand
An hour south of Raglan, Kawhia is a quiet seaside village with a harbor full of peas, oysters and mussels. It’s also where you’ll find one of the lesser known hot spring beaches. (Yes, there is more than one.)
The drill is exactly the same as in the Coromandel. At low tide, drive to the end of Ocean Beach Rd, where you’ll find a black, soulless beach above. You have to bring your own shovel. Watch for signs of steam rising from the sand and start digging. Once you reach the hot springs of Te Puia Springs, soak in the knowledge that somewhere across the island, lots of people are screaming for the same thing.
Try one of the world’s best burgers
Oh, Fergburger. Even if you’ve never seen the queues for this Queenstown institution, you’ve probably read blog posts or articles all about the burgers: how juicy the meat is, how tender the bread is and how amazing it is. it’s open for almost 21 hours a day.
What they don’t get romantic about, however, is how long you have to wait in line. If you are too hungry to wait in line, all you need to do is head over to the Devil Burger. Offering a similar product, at the same price, that is what the locals are for.
Find kiwi in the wild
Thanks to its remote location and difficult sea crossings to get there, Rakiura (Stewart Island) remains relatively flawless compared to other popular tourist destinations. However, it is still struggling under the load of attractive visitors; pre-pandemic, about 44,000 people were visited per year. That’s about 111 tourists for each resident.
The island’s main attraction is the rare opportunity to see kiwis in the wild. It’s home to around 13,000 of New Zealand’s 68,000 kiwi, and the subspecies that live here can sometimes even be seen during the day for insects by the beach.
The catch? If seeing kiwi is your only goal, travel long distances without the guarantee you’ll see it.
Alternatively, there are a number of fenced predator-free shelters on the North Island and South Island that offer nighttime kiwi tours, including Wellington’s Zealandia and Waikato’s Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari. But the two hour tour presents a very limited window of time for viewing elusive birds, which is why it is so worthwhile to spend a night on Kāpiti Island.
This predator-free island is home to around 1,400 tiny looking kiwis, presenting one of the most reliable opportunities to spot them. Starting at $ 395 per adult ($ 230 per child), Kāpiti Island Nature Tours kiwi-sightseeing packages include transportation, accommodation in a glamping tent or cabin, and guided night tours.
Hike one of New Zealand’s iconic walks
When Lonely Planet released its Ultimate Travel List earlier this month, 13 Kiwi destinations qualified, with Fiordland National Park topping the 29th position.Most visitors opt to take a boat tour through Milford Sound, but that area came first. undeniably the Milford Track. One of New Zealand’s 10 Great Walks, dubbed “the world’s best walk,” takes hikers through valleys carved by glaciers, past ancient rainforests and cascading waterfalls.
However, its reputation means it’s expensive (the hut costs $ 70 per person per night alone) and very difficult to book. Earlier this year, spots on track for the 2020-2021 season were almost sold out within 10 minutes of opening the booking system.
However, even though there are only 10 “Great Streets” in New Zealand, there are dozens of “great roads.”
The closest connection to the Milford Track is the Gillespie Pass Circuit, a 58 km loop best suited for experienced hikers with river crossing skills. Located near Mount Aspiring National Park, it also takes four days, reaches an altitude of 1,600 meters, and has serviced lodges along the way. And on publication, reservations are still available for the hut (only $ 20) during the holiday period.
Experience the magic of collecting glowworms
Waitomo is not the only place where large numbers of glowworms gather. For a cheap and fun version of the same, you can head to the DOC-run Waipū Caves in Northland, which are completely free to access.
If you don’t want to stray far from Waitomo and be in it for glowworms (not caves) sign up for the Lake District Adventures night kayaking tour ($ 109). On a four hour sunset excursion, you will paddle along the shores of Lake Karapiro. As dark falls, you’ll drift silently on the Pokaiwhenua Stream, your path only lighted by glow worms. The effect is very subtle, and with fewer people, your oar hitting the water is the only sound you’ll hear.
Stargazing in the Dark Sky Nature Reserve
Aoraki Mackenzie Dark Sky Reserve is an area known for its low levels of light pollution and many nights with bright stars. Currently, it may be the only one of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere – but it won’t last long. Wairarapa is currently preparing to become the world’s largest Dark Sky Reserve, a designation which is expected to come later this year.
This is where you can experience some of the most unique and personalized astronomy tours in the country. For example, Becky Bateman of the local Under the Stars will bring her telescope straight to your accommodation. Then there’s Stonehenge Aotearoa, a full-scale adaptation of Stonehenge. If you show up on Friday or Saturday at 8:30 p.m., you’ll have the opportunity to look through the telescope and learn how the structure works. General admission is $ 15.
For more New Zealand travel ideas and inspiration, visit newzealand.com
The ‘Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ Nature Day program presents new content and challenges
Nature Day is an event that was introduced at 1.2.0 patch update last week. Running from April 23 to May 4, the update has a new factory and two new character trips to Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
Leif is one of the visit characters that you might encounter. Based on IGN, he was a friendly slacker who would reappear near Resident Services to sell shrubs and flower seeds.
However, the items he will sell will not be authentic on your island. So, if you are trying to improve your yard and interbreed some new flowers, you should keep an eye on him.
Other visit characters added in the latest update are Redd. This naughty fox has gone by Jolly Redd, Cousin Redd, and many other names. He sells antique works of art and sculpture. Although some of the inventory includes original artwork, not all merchandise is original, so always check carefully.
You will see Redd on the beach the next day after you give at least 40 donations to the museum, and Blathers mentions the improvement of the museum’s art. Talk to him, and he will give you a piece of original artwork after a bargain.
Tarantula is out and Scorpions are in it. Just like those pesky big spiders, Scorpions will chase players around and sting them if they are approached too aggressively, so be careful. You can find Scorpions on the floor at night from 7pm. until 4 a.m.
Violin Beetles and Rosalia Batesi Beetles will now start acting on tree stumps throughout the day, with Rosalia Batesi Beetle selling 3,000 fun bells. In ponds and rivers, Pondskaters and Diving Beetles will now appear between 8 am and 7 pm ..
Things are also different in the New Horizons sky. The Great Purple Emperor Butterfly has emerged from its cocoon and can be seen from 4am to 7pm.
At the same time, Dragonflies can be seen from 8am to 5pm. Queen Alexandra’s Birdwing butterfly – which sells for 4,000 bells – can be observed flying around the island between 8 am and 4 pm
The South continues to take part in a large number of native trojan horse species that roam the island, but there are at least a few new arrivals in May.
First is Mole Cricket, a computer virus hiding underground that you have to listen to and then dig. They can be purchased for 500 bells and can be found all day (and night).
Damselfly is another flying computer virus that can be found everywhere on the island at any time. And Tarantula replaces Scorpion as a ground-based bite insects that scare the villagers starting at 7 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Having an entire island on your own is not the only fun thing to do Nintendo Switch Animal Crossing: New Horizons. You can also make your own set of clothes, equipment and even furniture. And if you are bored with all the do-it-yourself recipes found at Nook’s Cranny, here are other places you can visit to find more interesting DIY recipes for your island!
Where to get new Animal Crossing: DIY New Horizons Recipe
(Photo: Screenshot of: Nintendo Switch Facebook Page) Game Tip: EVERY DIY Recipe You Need in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
DIY recipes are that new thing Animal Crossing: New Horizonsoffer exclusively to their players. If you are on a desert island, your imagination must be your most powerful asset.
This do-it-yourself recipe very important in the game, especially for your character. All players know where to get some common DIY recipes, and that’s where one predictable source like Tom Nook appears. However, because each New Horizons player chooses Tom Nook for their recipe, players only have a few unique pieces of furniture on each island – which makes your place special compared to the others.
But do not worry. Here are some of the best DIY recipe sources you can check in the game – to erase you from returning to Tom Nook.
This is where you can get other DIY recipes about Animal Crossing: New Horizons
(Photo: Animal Crossing) Game Tip: EVERY DIY Recipe You Need in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
According to a article by Screenrant, Tom Nook isn’t the only place to get DIY recipes for your next furniture at home.
If you have spare money and are looking for some of the best DIY recipes, players can visit Nook’s Cranny to find a DIY recipe book. Recipe books titled DIY for Beginners, Test Your DIY Skills, and DIY Wild Dreams.
Players can also buy DIY recipes from NookStop located in the Resident Service Building / Tent using some of your Nook Miles.
If you rarely check the beach of every island player you visit, be sure to do it now. The Message Bottle is a floating bottle that contains messages from villagers who usually have a new DIY recipe for you. As said, you need to check the beach for this message bottle, if you want to find a new recipe. Just like the shores of Mystery Island.
Players also find most of their DIY recipes on balloons floating on their island. Shooting these balloons with your slingshot allows you to store gifts in a floating balloon. Apart from DIY recipes, it may also contain bells, craft supplies, clothing, or furniture.
Talk to Residents and Visitors
Being friendly with Animal Crossing is always a good skill to expand your area. If you have free time, DIY recipes can also be obtained if you talk with residents and visitors on your island. Don’t worry, most of them usually share their DIY recipes, so don’t be shy to ask.
Go and try these other places and build your fabulous island sanctuary now!