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Indian Railways releases its new All India Railway Time Table known as “Trains At A Glance

Newdelhi:3/10/23:The Ministry of Railways has released its new All India Railway Time Table known as “TRAINS AT A GLANCE (TAG)” effective from 1st October 2023. The new “Trains at a Glance” is also available on Indian Railways’ official website i.e. https://indianrailways.gov.in/railwayboard/view_section.jsp?lang=0&id=0,1,304,366,537,2960

Highlights of the new timetable are as follows:

  • Induction of 64 services of Vande Bharat Trains plus 70 other train services
  • Extension of existing 90 services to other destinations
  • Increase in frequency of 12 services
  • Speeding up of 22 services of trains to convert into Superfast Category
  • Diversion of 20501/02 Agartala-Anand Vihar Rajdhani via Malda, Bhagalpur
  • Change in the table of some services in South Eastern Railway for improving their Punctuality

The new timetable has included 64 services of Vande Bharat Trains and 70 other train services to offer passengers a comfortable and efficient travel experience. The new timetable is designed to enhance connectivity between various cities and reduce travel time. Passengers are advised to check the departure and arrival timings as per the new timetable.

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