To satisfy the long-past due request of travelers and to give quicker and helpful availability to travelers between two metros, Delhi and Mumbai, Railways is presenting the new Special Rajdhani Express amongst Delhi and Mumbai from October 16, the Ministry of Railways said in an announcement.
The service likewise said that the prepare would be presented on an exploratory reason for three months to gage the reaction of people in general to the idea of a level increment in tolls against the current flexi-passage framework.
Railroads said that with the presentation of the new Rajdhani Express, the travel time will be diminished from around 15 hours, 50 minutes to 13 hours, 55 minutes. The prepare will stop at Kota, Vadodara, and Surat as it were. Railroad authorities said that to build the most extreme speed of the prepare to 130 km/h, it will be pulled by two WAP5 trains of 5,400 drive each. The transporter as of now runs two Rajdhanis and more than 30 mail or express prepares between the two metro urban communities.
The Rajdhani Express will include one first AC, two 2AC, 12 3ACs, and one wash room auto. The admissions of the new uncommon prepare would be 20 percent more than the base tolls for the current New Delhi-Mumbai Rajdhani with no flexi passage. The toll for the exceptional Rajdhani in third AC and second AC will associate with 19 percent less expensive than the most extreme flexi passage of third AC in the Mumbai Rajdhani.
The Special Rajdhani Express will leave from Hazrat Nizamuddin on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays at 4:15 pm, achieving Bandra Terminus at 6:10 am. It will leave Bandra Terminus on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 4:15 pm and achieve Hazrat Nizamuddin at 6:10 am.
On September 9, 2016, Railways presented flexi charges for chief trains — Rajdhani, Duronto, and Shatabdi.
Under this, the base admission increments by 10 percent with each 10 percent of compartments sold, subject to an endorsed constrain. There was no adjustment in the current toll for 1AC and EC class of travel. Be that as it may, on December 19, Railways began to give 10 percent discount on any seat left empty after the readiness of the outline.