Indian Railway Schedule: In This Corona Pandemic, the Board of Indian Railways has decided to run 80 special trains from September 12. Trains will leave for their destinations from different stations. Seats can be reserved online from 10 September.
At the same time, the old schedule of Indian Railways for the last 50 years is also being changed. When the situation will become normal, the train will run at a new time. Railway Board Chairman Binod Kumar Yadav said this at a virtual press conference on Saturday.
He spoke in detail about the development of railway infrastructure and the new schedule of trains (Zero Time Table).
Regarding metro services in the state, Binod Kumar Yadav said, “Metro has had a meeting with the state government. The Metro will run in Kolkata from next week”. Regarding special trains, he said, “80 more trains will be run. Seats can be reserved from September 10”. The schedule of Indian Railways is also undergoing a radical change.
Binod Kumar said, “No train will be stopped for zero time tables. The train has been running at the same time for more than 50 years. There are problems for him on many routes. Creating a time schedule in a new way. As a result, passengers will reach their destination faster. New trains can also run in any division. Trains will be available in less time”.
In October 2017, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe laid the foundation stone of India’s first bullet train project from Sabarmati station in Gujarat. The Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project will cost around Rs 1.8 lakh crore.
The 506-kilometer high-speed bullet train project is expected to be completed by 2023. It is being speculated that the project may be delayed due to various reasons.
The work of the bullet train project is progressing well, said the chairman of the railway board. “There are land issues in several places,” he said. Apart from that, the project is also facing problems due to Corona. This problem will be solved in 3 to 6 months”.