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|Type||Passenger and Freight Train Line|
|Operator(s)||Indian Railway, East Central Railway|
|Depot(s)||Hajipur and Narayanpur Anant station in Muzaffarpur|
|Rolling stock||Diesel Locos: WDM-2, WDM-3A, WDS-5, WDP 4 and WDG 4|
|Line length||53.83 km (33.4 mi)|
|Track length||59 km (36.7 mi)|
|Number of tracks||1 (electrified)|
|Track gauge||Broad Gauge 1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)|
|Operating speed||up to 100 km/h (62 mph)|
|Highest elevation||57 m (187 ft)|
The Muzaffarpur–Hajipur section is a railway line connecting Muzaffarpur to Hajipur in the Indian state of Bihar. The 53.83 km (33 mi) line passes through the plains of North Bihar and the Gangetic Plain in Bihar.
Former Railway Minister Laloo Prasad Yadav announced the electrification of Barauni–Samastipur–Muzaffarpur–Hajipur line and Muzaffarpur–Gorakhpur line (via Hajipur, Raxaul and Sitamarhi) in the Rail Budget 2008. The electrification began in 2011 and was completed in 2014.
|Station code||Station name||Distance (km)|
|RD||Ram Dayalu Nagar||5.04|
The Barauni–Samastipur–Muzaffarpur–Hajipur line is not an A-Class line of Indian Railways. So maximum speed is restricted to 100 km/h, as there is a single BG electrified line between Ram Dayalu Nagar and Hajipur which was electrified in December 2014 and the doubling work was in progress.