Monsoons have always proven to be a bane for Mumbai, but a new ‘waterproof’ engine may at least provide the answer to the transportations woes for locals.
The engine, launched by the Central Railways, is a modified version that’s capable of running in up to 12-inches of water. Ordinarily, anything beyond 4-inches of water will leave an engine defunct.
Historically, whenever the rain rolls in, tracks in Mumbai are submerged in water. So, everyone from salaried employees to businessmen are left stranded on platforms, with nowhere to go. Read More
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