Tejas Express, India’s first private semi-high speed train, was flagged off by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and the commercial operation began from Saturday, October 5. Passengers can now travel between Delhi and Lucknow with much ease, comfort and world class luxury. The Tejas Express cuts the travel time between the two cities to 6 hours 15 minutes from 6 hours 40 minutes taken by the Swarn Shatabdi, currently the fastest train running on Delhi-Lucknow route.
The Tejas Express Delhi-Lucknow route will have only two halts or stoppages – Kanpur and Ghaziabad and it will run on all days of the week, except Tuesday. Read More
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