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11304-05-2024
Maligaon
Indian Railways operates Record Number of additional Trains in Summer Season 2024, 88 trips of summer special trains being operated by N. F. Railway

Maligaon, 19th April, 2024:

To ensure the convenience of passengers and manage the anticipated surge in travel demand during summers, Indian Railways is operating a record-breaking 9111 trips of special trains during summer season.This marks a substantial rise compared to the summer of 2023, where a total of 6369 trips were offered. This translates to an increase of 2742 trips, demonstrating Indian Railways' commitment to meeting passenger demands effectively.

During this summer season, N. F. Railway will be operating 88 trips of additional trains to ensure smooth and comfortable travel for the passengers.

The additional trains have been meticulously planned to connect key destinations across the country, ensuring seamless travel o­n major railway routes. All zonal railways spread across India have geared up to operate these additional trips, catering to the summer travel rush from different states. Under the jurisdiction of N. F. Railway, summer special trains are in operation from states like Assam, Tripura and part of West Bengal and Bihar to major destinations spreading all over India.

Planning and running of additional trains is a continuous process for which inputs are taken from all the communication channels 24x7 like media reports, social media platforms, Railway Integrated helpline number 139, apart from details of waitlist passengers in PRS system, to assess demand of trains o­n a particular route. Based o­n this requirement, number of trains and number of trips are augmented. Neither the number of trains nor the number of trips run by additional trains is static for the entire season.

During the summer season, availability of drinking water at Railway stations for passengers is also being ensured. Elaborate crowd control arrangements are made at all major and important railway stations. Senior officers are stationed at these stations to monitor all the activities to regulate the crowd in a systematic manner.

RPF personnel have been deputed at originating stations to ensure Queue system for entry in General Class coaches. Skilled RPF staffs are deployed in CCTV Control Room to keep a close watch o­n the crowded areas and render real time assistance to passengers.Government Railway Police (GRP) & Railway Protection Force (RPF) staffs are deployed at foot-over bridges to regulate crowd smoothly in order to avoid stampede like situation during the heavy rush period.

Indian Railways remain committed to providing a convenient and comfortable travel experience for all passengers. Passengers can book their ticket in these additional trains through Railway Ticket counters or IRCTC website/app.



(Sabyasachi De)
CPRO/N.F.Railway




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