Indian Railways has improved the on-time performance of its trains in October. The punctuality score of the national transporter has increased from low levels of around 59.9 per cent in May to 74 per cent in October.
Konkan railway has shown maximum improvement as 95 per cent of the trains are running on time in the zone. North Western Railway and Northern Frontier railway have also posted punctuality figures of around 90 per cent. Out of 17 rail zones across the country, 10 zones have improved their on-time performance to 75 per cent.
Only three rail zones-west central railway, south eastern central railway and northern railway have trains with maximum delay and punctuality scores of 65 per cent and below. Read More
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