Vande Bharat Express Delhi to Katra: Indian Railways’ Northern Railway zone has successfully conducted the Confirmatory Oscillograph Car Runs (COCR) trial of the new Vande Bharat Express (Train 18) on the Delhi-Katra route.
The trial run was carried out on July 22, that is yesterday, and the Vande Bharat Express will be back in New Delhi today, a Northern Railway official told Financial Express Online.
As per the schedule, the Train 18 started its journey from New Delhi railway station at 6:00 AM. On its way to Katra, the train was scheduled for two-minute halts at Ambala Cantonment station at 8:10 AM, Ludhiana station at 9:19 AM and Jammu Tawi station at 12.38 PM, before reaching Katra railway station at 2:00 PM, the same day.
However, according to a TOI report, while the train reached Ambala and Ludhiana ahead of time, it arrived in Katra at 2:03 PM, that is three minutes behind schedule. Read More
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