Indian Railways Rules: Now you can travel in the train even if you do not have a ticket. Indian Railways has made new rules for the passengers. Train Travel Without Ticket: If you are also planning to travel by train and you do not have a ticket, then now you do not have to worry. Now you can travel in the train even if you do not have a ticket. In view of the problems of the passengers, Indian Railways has also made some rules for traveling without tickets. Let us tell you how you can travel in train without ticket. ... more...
Sometimes tickets are not available Many times passengers have to travel suddenly or they cannot get tickets due to any reason, then you should have only platform ticket. After that you have to contact TTE. You have to go to the ticket checker and by going there you can get your ticket made.
Will have to pay a penalty of Rs 250 You will have to tell all your details to the ticket checker and after that you will have to get a ticket made till your destination. Let us tell you that due to lack of seats in the train, you may have trouble getting a reserved seat, but the ticket checker cannot stop you from traveling. If you do not have a reservation, then you will also have to pay a penalty charge of Rs 250.
Passengers can board the train if they have a platform ticket
The passenger will have to get the ticket made by paying a penalty charge of Rs 250 along with the total fare of the ticket. After holding the platform ticket, the passenger becomes eligible to board the train. Explain that the passenger will have to pay the fare from the same station from where the platform ticket has been taken.
Will not be able to give seat till 2 stations
Apart from this, if your train is missed due to any reason then the ticket checker cannot allot your seat to anyone till the next 2 stations, but if you do not reach the 2nd station then your seat can be allotted to anyone by TTE and You cannot take any action for this.
IRCTC Latest News Today: The Railways said the trains with additional coaches will connect Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Assam, West Bengal, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and other states.
IRCTC Latest News Today: For the convenience of the train passengers, the Indian Railways has announced that it will operate around 36 pairs of trains with additional coaches. Giving details to a news portal, a senior Indian Railways official said passengers across the country are booking train... more...
tickets to visit their friends and family members and keeping this situation in mind, the Railways has decided to operate trains with additional coaches.
The Indian Railways said the trains with additional coaches will connect Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Assam, West Bengal, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and other states.
The Railways notification stated that train number 16210/16209 Mysore-Ajmer-Mysore train will run with additional sleeper class coaches between December 2 and January 2.
As per the notification from the Railways, some of the trains will run on these routes such as Jodhpur-Delhi Sarai-Rohilla-Jodhpur, Jodhpur-Bandra Terminus-Jodhpur, Bhiwani-Kanpur-Bhiwani, Bikaner-Delhi Sarai-Bikaner, Delhi Sarai-Udaipur City-Delhi Sarai, Udaipur City-Khajuraho-Udaipur City, Ajmer-Dadar-Ajmer, Kothi -Dadar-Bhagat Ki Kothi, Bikaner-Dadar-Bikaner, Barmer-Yesvantpur-Barmer and Udaipur City-Kamakhya-Udaipur.
The Railways has also decided to run trains on routes such as Udaipur City-Shalimar-Udaipur, Udaipur-Jaipur-Udaipur, Ajmer-Bandra Terminus-Ajmer, Madar - Kolkata - Madar, Jaipur-Bhopal-Jaipur, Jaipur-Gomti Nagar (Lucknow)-Jaipur, Jodhpur-Indore-Jodhpur, Jodhpur-Indore-Jodhpur and Jodhpur-Bhopal-Jodhpur with additional coaches.
Apart from this, the trains will also run on routes such as Bikaner-Kolkata-Bikaner, Bikaner-Puri-Bikaner, Bikaner-Bandra Terminus-Bikaner, Bikaner-Dadar-Bikaner, Sriganganagar-Bandra Terminus-Sriganganagar, Hisar-Coimbatore-Hisar, Shriganganagar-Nanded-Sriganganagar, Jodhpur-Varanasi-Jodhpur, Jodhpur-Varanasi-Jodhpur, Ajmer-Amritsar-Ajmer and Jaipur-Daulatpur Chowk-Jaipur will be operating with additional coaches.
शारीरिक रूप से दिव्यांग व्यक्ति को भी रेल में यात्रा के लिए ट्रेन के टिकटों पर छूट दी जाती है. दिव्यांग अपने साथ एक शख्स को ले जा सकता है.
नई दिल्ली: कोरोना वायरस महामारी (Coronavirus) की वजह से मार्च, 2020 से देश में पूरी तरह से लॉकडाउन (Lockdown) लगा दिया गया था. रेलवे के तरफ से मिलने वाली सभी छूट बंद कर दी गईं थी, लेकिन रेलवे द्वारा दिव्यांग, स्टूडेंट, मरीज और बड़े बुजुर्गों को ट्रेन में यात्रा करने के लिए अभी भी छूट दी जा रही है. रेलवे में यात्रा... more...
के लिए लगभग 30 से ज्यादा कैटेगरी को छूट दी जाती है. हालांकि कोविड को देखते हुए इन पर रोक लगाई गई.
जानिए कितनी मिलती है छूट?अपने घर या एजुकेशन टूर पर जाने वाले सभी जनरल कैटेगरी के स्टूडेंट्स को Second Clas और शयनयान श्रेणी में 50% छूट दी जाती है, वहीं एससी (SC) और एसटी (ST) कैटेगरी के स्टूडेंट्स को सैकेंड क्लास और शयनयान श्रेणी में 75% छूट मिलती है. इसके अलावा गांव के इलाकों में पढ़ रहे सरकारी स्कूलों के छात्रों को साल में एक बार एजुकेशन Tour के लिए दूसरे दर्जे में 75%, किसी बड़े एग्जाम के लिए बाहर पेपर देने जाने वाले गांव के बच्चों के सरकारी स्कूलों की लड़कियों को दूसरे दर्जे में 75% छूट दी जाती है. यूपीएससी, एसएससी की मेंस परीक्षा में शामिल होने वाले स्टूडेंट्स को दूसरे दर्जे में 50%, और किसी सब्जेक्ट में रिसर्च के लिए जाने वाले स्टूडेंट्स को सैकेंड क्लास और शयनयान श्रेणी में 50% की छूट मिलती है.
गंभीर रूप से बीमार लोगों को भी रेलवे देता है छूट इसके साथ ही इलाज के लिए जा रहे किसी गंभीर रोगी को भी रेलवे के तरफ से छूट दी जाती है. कैंसर रोगी अपने एक अटेंडेंट के साथ सैकेंड क्लास, शयनयान और 3 एसी में 100%, चेयरकार में 75%, और First and Second AC में 50% की छूट दी जाती है. वहीं, हार्ट सर्जरी, हैमोफीलिया, टीबी के मरीजों और डायलेसिस के मरीजों को Second Class, शयनयान, प्रथम श्रेणी, चेयरकार और 3rd AC में 75% की छूट मिलती है. साथ ही थैलीसीमिया रोगियों को First Class, 2nd Class, 3rd AC, शयनयान, चेयरकार में 75% की छूट दी जाती है और 2nd AC में 50% की छूट मिलती है.
दिव्यांग व्यक्ति भी टिकट पर ले सकते हैं छूटबता दें, शारीरिक रूप से दिव्यांग व्यक्ति को भी रेल में यात्रा के लिए ट्रेन के टिकटों पर छूट दी जाती है. दिव्यांग अपने साथ एक शख्स को ले जा सकता है. इसके लिए उस व्यक्ति को भी सेम चार्ज देने होंगे. ऐसे यात्रियों को 3rd AC, चेयरकार, शयनयान और 2nd AC में 75% छूट दी जाती है. साथ ही First-Second AC में 50% छूट और 25% शताब्दी, राजधानी के 3rd AC ट्रेनों में दी जाती है.
The third coaching terminal for the city, after Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna (KSR) and Yesvantpur railway stations, is expected to decongest the rush at the two existing stations.
The elevated rotary flyover to the terminal and a railway over bridge (RoB) at the newly-constructed and yet to be inaugurated Sir M Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal at Baiyappanahalli in Bengaluru are likely to be ready soon, said officials of the city’s civic body. ... more...
The third coaching terminal for the city, after Krantivira Sangolli Rayanna (KSR) and Yesvantpur railway stations, is expected to decongest the rush at the two existing stations. While the terminal is ready, it is awaiting inauguration for several months due to road connectivity issues.
At a cost of Rs 260 crore, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) is building an elevated rotary flyover to the terminal. The elevated rotary flyover at the Maruthi Sevanagar-IOC junction will provide access to the terminal and also to areas such as Kammanahalli and Banaswadi. An additional RoB at Baiyappanahalli level-crossing, next to the under-construction RoB, is also in progress, said BBMP officials.
“Most of the work related to the road and RoB is done and the last finishing touches are being given. I have directed officials to finish the work soon,” said BBMP Chief Commissioner Gaurav Gupta.
“Pending works such as asphalting the road and diversion of the storm water drains near Byappanahalli police station are going on,” he added.
The railways had initially planned to start commercial operations from March 2021 but the launch was delayed due to the Covid-19-induced lockdown.
As per officials, the Rs 314 crore terminal is the country’s first largest air-conditioned rail concourse. According to officials of the South Western Railways (SWR), the terminal has modern station buildings with centralised air-conditioning and airport-like facade which will give passengers an experience similar to being in an airport.
The 4,200 sqm terminal building will cater to a daily footfall of 50,000, with 50 trains running every day. Two subways have also been constructed, which will connect all platforms in the station, apart from a long, oval-shaped foot overbridge that will link all the seven platforms. The subways will be accessible both by stairs and ramps for differently-abled persons.
Officials said the terminal and the platforms will be illuminated by LED lights. It will also have its own rainwater harvesting and storage facility. A sewage treatment plant with a capacity of four lakh litre is also in the pipeline. The terminal will also have a parking space for over 200 cars and 900 two-wheelers.
In December last year, the government had renamed the terminal after the state’s visionary engineer Sir M Visvesvaraya.
The Western Railway (WR) zone of the Indian Railways, which operates the Mumbai suburban railway network, has announced that the essential Mumbai local trains will now be running at a faster speed. The announcement comes as the railways carried out several major works on the line to remove operational constraints and enhance the mobility and safety in train operations.
According to a LiveMint report, with the successful removal of several bottlenecks on the operational lines, the punctuality of Mumbai suburban trains has increased from 95% in the year 2019-20 to 99.3% in... more...
the year 2021-22.
Here are the changes brought into effect:
The Railways said that they removed the permanent speed restriction (PSR) of 20kmph on Marine Lines saving 2 minutes per train or 560 minutes in a day, as reported by LiveMint. The PSR of 60kmph has also been removed between Bandra and Khar section, saving 1.25 min/train or 307 min/day.
Further, the report stated, the 3 line crossover at Santacruz has been converted into a 2 line crossover, enabling officials to increase the speed from 15kmph to 30kmph.
The speed at crossover 145/146 at Dadar has been increased from 15kmph to 30kmph, enabling faster receipt and dispatch of trains from platform 6. At Mumbai Central, the shunting time has been reduced by 30 minutes, due to extension of shunting neck for 25 coach LHB rakes.
“The relaxation of Permanent Speed Restriction has also resulted in increasing the speed of the trains to 50kmph from 35kmph on harbour line. It will be useful in increasing the punctuality of the trains by 2 minutes per train," a senior official of the Western Railway told LiveMint.
“Similarly, the speed at cross over 101/102 at Bhayander has been increased to 30kmph from 15kmph, resulting in savings of 1.25 min/train. Also, the common loop at Bhayander has been made fit for passenger trains which will help in better operational flexibility for prioritising the trains," the official added.
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