Jumbo Indicator in CSMT Station!

Jumbo Indicator in CSMT Station!
Going slow or fast will be a comfort to the train passengers who are stuck in this fast locale. A jumbo indicator showing the location of three local times along Central and Harbor routes has been set up at the CSMT station. This will allow travelers to take a look at the local timetable for the next two hours.

Going slow or fast will be a comfort to the train passengers who are stuck in this fast locale. A jumbo indicator showing the location of three local times along Central and Harbor routes has been set up at the CSMT station. This will allow travelers to take a look at the local timetable for the next two hours.

A new indicator has been installed at the entrance to the ticket office in the Star Chamber at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT). In this single indicator, passengers will be able to see the schedule of local tours in the next two hours on Central and Harbor routes. Travelers will get information on which locality will arrive at the new indicator. Travelers can also see information about the current time, local arrival time, station name, slow/fast in the new indicator.

A new indicator has also been installed on the metal detector in the open space from the Mail Express Express. This will allow passengers who arrive by mail-express to know what time and at what time will their local time reach the local time? Railway officials believe that this indicator will also prevent unnecessary crowds at CSMT local stations from long-haul trains.

Since the local rounds on the Central, Harbor route are on the same indicator, this indicator will definitely benefit. This indicator is at a lower altitude than the indicator on the flat. This indicator will not cause problems with blurred vision. Ashok Sawant, who commutes daily from Bhandup to CSMT, said it was necessary to start such an indicator at all the crowded stations.

The red indicator was removed in the CSMT station and a new indicator was implemented. However, passengers are facing inconvenience due to the small number of initials in the new indicator. Travelers are demanding that the initials, which are smaller than the initials, be replaced immediately.

A new indicator based on IP based technology has been installed at the CSMT station. This is the first such indicator in a suburban station on the Central Railway. This will not require you to check the local timetable on mobile after entering the station.

– Shivaji Carpenter, Chief Public Relations Officer, Central Railway

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