A screen for every passenger, cuisine curated by celebrity chefs, WiFi, sensor taps and a bright, yellow look. The Indian railway passenger will travel posh from today with Tejas, the country’s first semi-high speed, fully air-conditioned train.
Tejas made its first run today from Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and it reaches Karmali, North Goa tomorrow morning, covering a distance of 579 km in 8.5 hours.
Tejas, according to Indian Railways, will change the Indian train passenger’s perception about the national transporter, and it has a few good reasons to call this new train an aeroplane on tracks. Read More…
Credit By: The Economic Times
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