Soon, the time taken to travel by Railways on the Ratlam-Indore rail section via Fatehabad is likely to reduce. In order to increase the speed of trains, Piyush Goyal-led Indian Railways has started a trial run between Ratlam and Indore section in Madhya Pradesh.
The national transporter aims to increase the speed of trains on Ratlam-Indore rail section by at least 10 km per hour. Currently, the speed of the trains plying on the Ratlam-Indore rail section via Fatehabad Chandrawatiganj Junction is 100 km per hour. The Ratlam-Indore rail section is 118 km long.
The move has been taken, following the decision of Indian Railways to increase travel speed of trains between two sections across all major rail sections of the division to reduce travel time for passengers.
A railways spokesman was quoted in the report saying that to check the track for running trains with a maximum speed of 110 km per hour, the trial run between the two cities has started/ The trial runs will ascertain the quality and security of the tracks. Read More
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