“We are in an advanced stage of discussions with some states in this regard. If this works out, Railways’ land will be pooled with state government land and will be used for commercial purposes. It will be on a revenue-sharing model,” said a senior railway official.
The re-developed stations will provide amenities like digital signage, escalators, self-ticketing counters, executive lounges, restaurants, malls, theatres and Wi-Fi facility. Read More…
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