Delhi-Mumbai Expressway which is slated to be completed in the next 3 years should ring alarm bells for Indian Railways. Why? Because if in three years time people will be able to complete a journey between the two important cities of Delhi and Mumbai in just 12 hours by road,
Indian Railways is planning to replace all AC 2-tier coaches from Duronto and Rajdhani express to AC 3-tier coaches in some sectors.
Reliance Infrastructure Limited EPC has received the Letter of Award (LOA) from Rail Vikas Nigam Limited (RVNL) for its maiden railway project worth Rs 774 crore for the construction of third rail line between Jimidipeta and Gotlam on East Coast Railway on Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) basis, the company said on Thursday.
Over 40 lakh senior citizens have voluntarily given up the railway ticket concessions, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday.
L&T Hyderabad Metro Rail Limited (HMRL) will go several shades green soon by harvesting solar energy and wind energy to meet at least one-third of its total energy requirements from renewable sources, reports The Hindu Businessline.
West Central Railway (WCR) bagged 2017-18 Comprehensive Health Care Shield and Safety Shield in the Rail Week National Award Ceremony 2018 at the hands of Union Railway Minister, Piyush Goyal in a function held at Bhopal.
Indian Railways may bring a very important change in the category of coaches in Rajdhani and Duronto trains in some sectors. The Railway ministry is working on a plan to replace all AC-2 tier coaches in Rajdhani express and Duronto trains with AC-3 tier coaches.
The whole country is proud of the Indian Railways, said Union Railways Minister Piyush Goyal on Monday.
Indian Railways Flexi Fare scheme may see 3 major changes soon. These changes will be introduced in the scheme over the next two months by the Railway Ministry. The Indian Railways Flexi Fare scheme, launched on September 9, 2016, is applicable to Rajdhani Express, Shatabdi
Indian Railways is facing a problem. The revenue growth has plateaued over the past four years, but the expenditure is swelling. Result? There is very little surplus revenue to improve services. To fix this, the Railways is asking for ideas. And they’re offering up to Rs10 lakh as prize money for the best solution to the problem.