IRCTC is Planning to Get More Trains to Avoid Rush in Festival Season

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Railways are the best and the cheapest source that one can use for travelling. Well, when it comes to the festive season, then no festival is celebrated without travelling to your relative’s house or any of your places.

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Anyways, you might not need to get uncomfortable as the railways have now decided to run more trains on some of the rushed routes in order to avoid the huge number of people. There are so many benefits that you can get with that and let us talk more on this topic and what all the authorities have to say about this decision by railways.

As per the statement made by Indian railways of New Delhi, there will be over preparation to take up 10 crores passengers in next 30 days. This is all just because of the festival rush, and it will surely help out some of the passengers with more space and less rush. The numbers include some 10 Lakh of extra passengers to be carried away by the trains that were used during chat puja last year.

As directed by the railway officials, the railways will now run more than 400 trips for 40 special trains that take much of the people from their places. These 30 days are going to be hard for railways but all for the festive sake, the people will get many advantages from it. Well, the eastbound trains will make more than 250 trips for Bihar, West Bengal, and Uttar Pradesh during Durga Puja.

The trains that are running more frequently are about to increase their frequency as ordered by the IRCTC. This thing can make up many changes in the booking procedure and with the higher number of trips comes the higher number of seats and more frequent travelling within time.

There will be no confusion as it is said that with all these arrangements, there will be an extra ticket counter and proper announcements will be made so that there will be no one who has a query about the train or anything related to it.

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