Here’s a good news for Indian Railways passengers travelling to Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The public transporter has been working to ensure faster allocation of berths onboard a train.
Unavailability of the latest software for faster updation of data of passengers who have not boarded the train despite confirmed tickets had led to irregularities in berth distribution. This has many times led to a situation where waitlisted passengers fail to get confirmed seats despite the availability.
To counter this, the railways is equipping its Train Ticket Examiners (TTEs) with Handheld Terminals (HHTs). This will enable faster updation of berth availability in real-time.
Now, after equipping Patna Rajdhani TTEs with the HHTs, the railways has now provided TTEs of Sampoorna Kranti Express (12393/12394) with the device. The Sampoorna Kranti Express runs between New Delhi-Patna-Rajendra Nagar. Read More
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