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Train to Bangalore: Indore-Yashwantpur Express gets green signal

DNA   |  Oct 25, 2012, 05:37AM IST

Indore: The railway administration has given green signal to ply a special train between Indore and Bangalore Indore-Yashwantpur Express from October 28.


In a bid to facilitate the passengers on this route, the administration has announced to run the weekly train in its last budget.


However, it took long time to make the arrangements required to run the train.The administration will ply the train first two months only with the air conditioned and sleeper coaches to see the response. If the authority will find that the train is a success then only will attach general coaches with it.


The train will be attached with 1 LHB II AC coach, 4 III AC coaches and 7 sleeper coaches.


The reservation process for the journey will start from October 26.As per the schedule, the train will be flagged off at 8.55 pm from the city railway station. It will pass through from Dewas, Ujjain, Maksi, Shujalpur, Bairagarh and will reach at Bhopal railway station at around 2am. Itarasi, Baitul, Narkhed (Maharashtra), Chandrapur, Amrawati, Akola, Purna, Mudkhed, Nizamabad, Kamareddy, Malkangiri, Kachiguda, Mahbubnagar, Gadwal, KurunaL Town, Guti, Dharmavaram, Yelahanka and then will reach at Yashwantpur railway station (Bangalore) at 11 am.


The same train will depart from Yashwanpur at 1.20 pm on October 30, will cover the same railway stations during its journey and will reach here next day at 5.05 am.


The member of Divisional Railway Consumer Advisory Committee, Western Railway (Ratlam Circle) Jagmohan Verma on Tuesday had submitted a memorandum to the general manager (WR) demanding to soon ply the proposed Indore-Yashwantpur (Bangalore).



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