Fares of Tejas Express train will be 20 per cent more than that of the Shatabdi Express.
Equipped with modern facilities such as CCTV cameras and smoke-and-fire detection system, Tejas Express will be flagged off from Mumbai for Goa on May 22 by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu.
Unlike the Shatabdi Express, passengers will have the option to opt for onboard food. If a passenger opts for food while buying ticket, the catering charge will be included in the fare. Read more
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