Rajasthan’s First Vande Bharat Express Will Cover 400 kms In Just 5 Hours
PM Modi flagged off Rajasthan’s first Vande Bharat Express train at 11 am. The train will run between Jaipur & Delhi Cantt via Gurugram in just 5 hours.
Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the first Vande Bharat Express train in Rajasthan via video conferencing.
The train, which will operate on the Ajmer-Delhi Cantonment journey, will enhance the connectivity of Rajasthan’s most popular tourist destinations.
The first Vande Bharat Express train in Rajasthan will travel between Jaipur and Delhi Cantt. This train’s regular service will begin on April 13. It will run between Ajmer and Delhi Cantt, making stops in Jaipur, Alwar, and Gurugram route.
The train will travel from Delhi Cantt. to Ajmer in 5 hours and 15 minutes, which is faster than the quickest train on this route, Shatabdi Express, which takes 6 hours and 15 minutes.
The Vande Bharat Express will be the first semi-high-speed passenger train in OHE territory. It will halt at Jaipur, Alwar, and Gurugram.
The proposed railway will enhance connectivity to Rajasthan’s most popular tourist destinations and stimulate socioeconomic growth in the region.
The Ajmer-Delhi Cantt Vande Bharat express train will cover more than 400 kilometers in 5 hours 15 min.
The train is expected to run throughout the week with the exception of Wednesday. The official schedule has not yet been released.
According to reports, Karnataka may receive a further Vande Bharat Express train between Bengaluru and Secunderabad. South Central Railway officials expect a semi-high-speed express train to operate between Bengaluru and Kacheguda in Hyderabad, a distance of 570 kilometers.
Normally, it takes approximately 10 hours to travel from Bengaluru to Hyderabad, but Vande Bharat will reduce this time by 6 hours.
The 568-kilometer voyage will be completed in only four hours. A Bengaluru-Hubballi Vande Bharat Express train is also reportedly in the works, according to some reports.
The Chennai-Coimbatore Vande Bharat Express was inaugurated on April 8 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
It was the second semi-high-speed train to be inaugurated on the same day, following the Secunderabad-Tirupati Vande Bharat Express, which left the Secunderabad Railway Station in Telangana earlier that day.
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