Starting from 27 July, the Mainline Electric Multiple Unit (MEMU) train running between Mysore and Bengaluru will be running for six days a week (Monday to Saturday), the News Minute reports.
The MEMU train was introduced at the beginning of the year, and was welcomed by the passengers. The train used to run four days a week (Wednesday to Saturday). However, from 27 July, the train will run with an inaugural special train, along with new timings.
The train would now depart from Bengaluru at 5.20 pm instead of 7.50 pm, to reach Mysore at 8.20 pm instead of 10 pm. Similarly, the train would depart Mysore at 8.30 pm instead of 11.05 pm to reach the state capital at 11.20 pm instead of 1.50 am.
The fare for per passenger from Bengaluru’s majestic station to Mysore is Rs 30, and the train will reach its destination in less than four hours with a top speed of 110 km/hr. Read more
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