Tejas Express, Indian Railways’ premium luxury train, gets swankier! With Indian Railways looking to offer aircraft-like comforts in its premium trains, the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai has rolled out a new rake of the Tejas Express train.
The new rake of Tejas has several new features compared to the first one that was introduced in 2017 by Indian Railways. The 2017 Tejas Express train that runs between Mumbai and Goa was manufactured by RCF, Kapurthala.
First announced in Railway Budget 2016, Tejas Express trains are a notch above the Shatabdi chair cars, with many passenger comforts and better ride quality.
The new Tejas Express rake has been allotted to Northern Railway and is expected to ply on any of the two announced routes – Delhi-Chandigarh and Delhi-Lucknow. Read More
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