Soon, travelling in the AC 3-tier coach will become luxurious. Indian Railways has gone for a ‘major makeover’ of the AC 3-tier coach to make it more passenger friendly, according to The Indian Express report.
Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has said that bidding for the redevelopment of 25 railways stations will begin soon. 25 of the country’s most prominent railway stations will be redeveloped at a minimum investment of Rs 30,000 crore
Travelling in the AC 3-tier coach soon will be a luxury as the Indian Railways are going for a major “makeover”, a media report said
Automatic doors, bio-toilets, better interiors: Railways to invite bids worth Rs 20,000 cr for manufacturing modern coaches
The Railways will invite financial bids worth over Rs 20,000 crore for manufacturing around 5,000 AC and non-AC coaches that will be equipped with modern facilities and run faster than existing ones
Indian Railways passenger segment loss at 80% in some categories; only AC 3-tier gives positive returns
For the unreserved ordinary sleeper class on the Indian Railways network, the national carrier’s loss is as high as 80% of the cost incurred
Luxury train Deccan Odyssey will undergo refurbishment before the beginning of the new season in October. It will also undergo an overhaul wherein pneumatic suspension system will be installed in order to make the ride more comfortable.
To help pilgrims, local passengers, Yogi Adityanath writes to Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, wants Mumbai Bandra-Ghazipur City express to stop at Bateshwar
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday wrote a letter to Union Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu. In the letter, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister asked Suresh Prabhu to ensure a stoppage for the Mumbai Bandra Terminus-Ghazipur City express train at Bateshwar in Agra.
Soon, train passengers travelling between Mumbai and Goa may be spoilt for choice: cuisine curated by celebrity chefs, tea and coffee vending machines and individual LCD screens.
A zero-tolerance policy will be adopted towards overcharging passengers at railway stations and in trains, Northern Railways Chief Divisional Commercial Manager (Ferozepur division) Monu Luthra said today.
At a time when Indian railways is in a transformational phase through the introduction of high-speed trains, rapid electrification, doubling and the introduction of metro in multiple cities, Tilak Raj Seth, Executive Vice-President of Siemens Ltd in India speaks to Shine Jacob about the future of the sector in India