Friday, 17 February 2017

Passengers to pay about 15% extra for Antyodaya Express

General passengers will have to shell out about 15 per cent more than the existing fare for travelling in Antyodaya Express, the fully unreserved superfast service to be launched shortly in dense routes. Equipped with facilities like water purifiers, mobile phone charging points and fire extinguishers among others, the first Antyodaya Express is slated to be pressed into service from Mumbai for Tatanagar this month. 

Provided with bio-toilets for zero discharge of effluents, Antyodaya coaches will have toilet occupation indication lights provided at each end near the doorway with better visibility from compartments, a first in general class. Two rakes of Antyodaya Express are ready now to be rolled out on the high demand long-route destinations, a senior Railway Ministry official said. 

While one will be launched between Mumbai and Tata, the second is slated to be between Ernakulam and Howrah, another busy route. However, the official said the fare for Antyodaya Express is likely to be slightly higher than the mail/express fares.

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