According to senior Railway official (as told to Financial Express), a bullet train traveling at a speed of 300 km/hour will start in coming years from Delhi to Amritsar via Chandigarh. The 458-km long train journey will be completed in 2 hours and 3.
Some of the long route trains , which are also used by the local people for commute, are overcrowded these days due to the festive rush. The situation is likely to continue till Chhath Puja that falls on of October 26. Migrant labours and businessmen.
GUWAHATI: Four long distance passenger trains connecting the northeast with New Delhi and Kolkata are set to run from Saturday after almost three weeks of disruption following extensive damage to railway infrastructure due to floods in Bihar and West .
Saint Augustine had said 'The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page'. Indeed nothing gives more relaxation than travelling . And just in case, if you get an extended weekend, then you can make maximum use of the same. Weekends .
Erratic train run continues in region NYOOOZ.
Coming as a good news for Delhi Metro commuters, the Botanical Garden Metro Station will soon start functioning as an inter-change station, the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation ... This new route is expected to significantly cut travel time.
Though the Railways claimed to have been running some 4,000 odd festival special trains across all zones and added additional coaches to existing trains to cope with heavy rush, passengers intending to travel to far off places felt that these were not.
NEW DELHI : Airfares from Delhi to places like Chandigarh, Amritsar and Jammu rose dramatically on Friday, with rail and road access to several parts of north Indian like Punjab and parts of Haryana cut off due to Dera violence. Fares for the weekend.
CNN) — Packing the vertiginous experience that is India into two weeks might sound like a foolish proposition. But it's utterly possible if you're smart about it -- and quick on your feet. Traditional wisdom has been to limit yourself to a single.
Passengers harassed as 42 trains cancelled The Tribune.
Indian carriers are forcing travelers from the region to fly via Delhi or take flights from Delhi . Large number of travelers belonging to Ludhiana and Malwa region prefer to travel by road or train to Delhi as travelling to Amritsar Airport to catch.
The bullet train will reportedly cover the 458-km journey in just two hours and three minutes, thus reducing the train - travel time from Delhi to Amritsar to one-third of the current duration. Besides Chandigarh, the train will also have stops at.