In order to increase the average speed of the existing trains to bring down the journey time, the travel time of more than 500 long-distance trains by up to 120 minutes have been cut down by the Indian Railways. According to a report by Indian Express, the new travel timetable is likely to be made effective from December 2017 and a detailed plan regarding the same will be incorporated in the ‘Trains at a Glance’ timetable to be released November 30. Soon after Piyush Goyal took charge of the ministry earlier this month, several measures – collectively called as ‘innovative timetabling’ – are being taken for popular trains to knock off their runtime stretching up to over an hour-and-half along with increased speed.
Matlab New TAAG Me 19042 Ghazipur City Bandra Terminus Express 95 Minutes Speed up Hogi?
if this happens would be history
Train no. 12541 / 12542 Gkp ltt Sf exp....
Takes too much time...
Reduce the travel time 80 to 100 minutes
& shift the train from ljn (lucknow jn. NER) to lko (Lucknow NR) to clear the issue of loco reversal
Proposal of one more Rajdhani for Western Railway, and none for Central Railway, has angered rail activists, with all of them crying "gross injustice".
WR's new Rajdhani Express, likely to be launched by Diwali, will ply from Bandra to Nizamuddin station in Delhi within 13 hours.
The matter was brought up during CR Mumbai's Divisional Railway Users' Consultative Committee meeting yesterday at CSMT. Committee member Subhash Gupta from Kurla said, "A proposal needs to be sent from Mumbai division to headquarters about a Rajdhani Express."
aap log mano ya na mano but CSTM deserves a weekly or bi-weekly rajdhani express..
A day after nearly five to six women ganged up and allegedly intimidated and assaulted a 54-year-old+ co-passenger following a seat row near Kalyan railway station on Wednesday morning, the GRP on Thursday morning laid trap in the same train and detained four women in the case.
The elderly lady named Charumati Velhad was physically assaulted by a gang of 6 ladies while travelling in a local train from Kalyan to CSMT. The old lady was left with nail marks all over her hands and her clothes were torn. Chirumurti, a bank employee and has her office in CSMT. The lady everyday boards a return train from Kalyan as it is difficult for her to get on the train from Dombivali (her
This proves boys are not always worng!!!