The Railway Board has approved an action plan for the redevelopment of the Danapur railway station in Bihar. Under the plan, a second exit point at the station will be built at the southern end of the town, for which Rs 30 million has been allocated. The project is expected to be completed within six months. The old railway buildings will be demolished so that the second exit point can be developed on an area of 600-700 square metres. The scope of the work also includes the construction of a spacious circulating area, a parking lot, a reservation office and a waiting hall at the southern end of the station. A new passenger reservation building is already functional at the station. Also, a new route relay interlocking system is being developed at Danapur, and this will become functional in September 2016.