Travel to Mumbai-Delhi in less than one hour

Travel to Mumbai-Delhi in less than one hour

From Mumbai Central, Rajdhani Express will now save an hour for commuters traveling to Delhi. The Western Railway has decided to run the Mumbai Central-Delhi Rajdhani Express in a push-pull manner from Saturday. This will reduce the travel time of Mumbai-Delhi by one hour.

From Mumbai Central, Rajdhani Express will now save an hour for commuters traveling to Delhi. The Western Railway has decided to run the Mumbai Central-Delhi Rajdhani Express in a push-pull manner from Saturday. This will reduce the travel time of Mumbai-Delhi by one hour.

At present, the Rajdhani Express crosses the distance of 5 km in about 3 hours. A 3-horsepower engine will be added to the front and back of the Rajdhani Express in a push-pull manner. This will allow her to pick up speed in the short term as she leaves the station. Plus it will be easier to implement the brakes immediately. Due to this, it is possible to cut the speed of travel distance, said the railway officials.

All the permissions required to operate the “Capital” push-pull system have been obtained. From Saturday, some days ‘capital’ will run in a push-pull manner. Then the schedule will be changed as per the requirement, “said Ravindra Bhakar, chief public relations officer of the Western Railway. Railway officials said that the August Revolution was also planned to be run in a push-pull manner in the next phase after the Rajdhani Express. At present, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj on Central Railway is running the Terminus-Hazrat Nizamuddin capital in a push-pull manner.

The target is 2 hours

The Railway Board has approved the proposal to run 5 km per hour on the Mumbai-Delhi route, which is included in the three-day plan. After completing this work, it will be possible to complete the Mumbai-Delhi distance within 3 hours.

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