In November 2016, 132 Indian Railways’ Jansadharan Ticket Booking Sewaks (JTBS) took unfair advantage of a three-day-long waiver facility provided by the government to allow transactions at railway ticketing counters after the shock demonetisation order of November 8
The movement of parcels through rail is expected to increase as a result of the nationwide lorry strike called by the All India Motor Transport Congress (AIMTC) which entered the second day on Saturday.
Get ready for future of train travel! Indian Railways’ engine-less 160 kmph Train 18 is better than Shatabdi
Train 18: Get ready for a world-class experience on Indian Railways trains! Come September, Indian Railways will roll out its latest technological innovation – a train that will not only beat the comforts and speed of the premium Shatabdi Express but will also be engine-less
Indian Railways launches Emergency Talk Back System in Mumbai trains; various women safety measures on cards
Taking woman safety to greater extent, now the Indian Railways has introduced Emergency Talk Back System in 6 ladies coaches of two Electrical Multiple Unit (EMU) rakes (03 coaches each) on trial basis in Mumbai Suburban. One air conditioned EMU rake running in Mumbai Suburban has also been fitted with this system.
Facing the prospect of low traffic volumes on some of its upcoming highways owing to parallel projects, the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has tweaked the second bundle of contracts to be offered under the toll-operate-transfer (TOT) model.
#MakeInIndia: Mumbai’s First Underground Metro Line Will Get Driverless Trains Manufactured Domestically
The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC), a joint venture between the Centre and Maharashtra to build and operate the capital city’s first underground metro corridor has selected French rail manufacturer Alstom to supply the coaches for the line.
The World Heritage City of Ahmedabad is struggling to keep its legacy intact in the fight between the past and the future. The Vadodara circle of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has issued a notice
The diesel locomotive manufacturing unit being built by General Electric in Bihar is not aligned with the plan of the Indian Railways to operate electric trains, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India has said.
Indian Railways will have 100 per cent bio toilets by next year that will make tracks safe and eliminate defacation on the rail lines, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said today.
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India today slammed railways’ flexi-fare scheme saying that the transporter needs to fine tune it. Railways ministry had implemented the flexi-fare scheme in all Rajdhani, Duronto and Shatabdi trains in September 2016.