Indian Railways share a glimpse of India’s first “Airport like station” of Bangalore

Sir M. Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal is proud to have the title of India's first station with a centralised air conditioning system.

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Newly inaugurated Sir. M Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal Bengaluru (SMVT)
Newly inaugurated Sir. M Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal Bengaluru (SMVT)

BANGALORE (Metro Rail News): Indian Railways renovate numerous railway stations to make them more contemporary and modern. Bengaluru’s Sir M. Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal has been added to the list of such stations. The railway station boasts one of the most modern stations in the nation. The Ministry of Railways has just revealed images of a new station that will provide passengers with more convenient and modern amenities.

The official Twitter account of the Ministry of Railways posted a video of the Sir M. Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal with the tagline “Modern, World-Class.” The video also refers it the “Airport like station”. The video opens with the national flag flying outside the station and moves on to demonstrate the station’s specifics and characteristics.

Indian Railways spent Rs 314 crore to create the 4,200 square metre terminal. Seven platforms, a fully air-conditioned lobby, parking for 900 two-wheelers and 250 four-wheelers, and other prominent features and services have led to comparisons to Kempegowda International Airport.

Sir M. Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal is proud to have the title of India’s first station with a centralised air conditioning system. Furthermore, the station also has luxury lounges for the use of the passengers.

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