Indian Railways will launch another Vande Bharat Express train in March 2022

On 15th August 2021, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the launch of 75 trains in 75 weeks, connecting various parts of the country

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Indian Railways will launch another Vande Bharat Express train in March 2022
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NEW DELHI, INDIA (Metro Rail News): From the beginning of 2022, Indian Railways is likely to launch the third Vande Bharat Express Train. The shells of at least five Vande Bharat Express trains are in the final stages of completion. And electricity is expected to be installed soon. The ICF hopes to release one record in March 2022, according to various media reports. The first two Train-18 trains, the world’s first high-speed trains, were launched by ICF in 2018, currently operated as Vande Bharat Expresses between Delhi to Varanasi and Delhi to Katra. On 15th August 2021, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the launch of 75 trains in 75 weeks, connecting various parts of the country.

All Vande Bharat Express train trainers have automatic doors, onboard hotspot WIFI for passenger entertainment purposes, a GPS-based passenger information system for audio and visual, and excellent seating. All toilets inside the cottages are a kind of bio-vacuum. Internal lighting is a dual-mode, i.e., distributed for standard and personal lighting in all seats. All coaches will have a cafeteria as well. In addition, insulation is intended to keep noise and heat at low levels for maximum comfort for passengers.

The slow-moving Vande Bharat Express has 16 AC coaches, two of whom are top-level coaches. In addition, the Train-18 has a refreshing braking system that can save up to 30 per cent of electrical energy. The ‘Make in India’ Vande Bharat high-speed train can run up to 160 km per hour. According to the Department of Railways, major railway systems have been designed and built-in India, taking PM Modi’s view of ‘Make in India’. Safety, speed and service are the hallmarks of this train.

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