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What is the meaning of Distance Restriction?
No, It is not a percentage but a journey leg/s or a fixed distance which may differ class wise.
In an imaginary train going from A to J (2000 Kms.) via B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I, distance restrictions may be as follows:
Short of 500 (or something else) Kms.
Short of D
In 12860 HWH-CSTM Gitanjali exp, you can't get a general ticket from HWH to any station before ROU or CKP.
12723 AP Exp has distance restriction of 600 kms for all classes (relaxed between JHS to NDLS).
Distance Restriction is the restriction of traveling/buying ticket for minimus distance on that particual train.
For example if a train is going for say 2000 km and has a restriction of 200 km that u cannot but ticket for less than 200 kms.
Certain long distance Mail/Express trains including Super fast trains have distance restriction for passengers travelling a short distance. These distance restrictions vary from train to train and are applicable on certain sections of the journey. The objective of this restriction is to discourage short distance passengers.
Yes we can
NO we cant anymore
as soon as the distance restriction came in existence
Oh what is this distance restriction??
3 daysadvance forall unreserved trains