Train passengers will soon be able to know the food items they can get on trains along with their rates, thanks to the ‘Menu on Rails’ app developed by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC).
In case of Rajdhani and Shatabdi trains, where tickets booked include free food, the app will show the items available, so that passengers can check if something is missing when served.
For express trains, the app will display items available and their rates, so that passengers are not overcharged.
The app is available on Android and IOS platforms and is in the testing stage. It will soon be formally launched for passengers’ use, a railway official said on condition of anonymity. Read More
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