Twin superfast trains between Jaipur & Hyderabad to cater to the increased passenger load

Twin superfast trains between Jaipur & Hyderabad to cater to the increased passenger load

The special rail services will be launched on November 12.

The Indian Railways has decided to launch two new superfast trains between Jaipur and Hyderabad in an attempt to make travel more convenient for all. As per reports, the new train services will be launched on November 12, from Hyderabad. Pegged to ease the commute for travellers from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, the twin trains will run on full reservation, from both sides.

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In wake of the increasing passenger load on the existing rail infrastructure, the Indian Railways has decided to launch special superfast services along the Jaipur-Hyderabad route. The trains will ply weekly from both cities. Officials believe that the Hyderabad-Jaipur-Hyderabad superfast rail service will transit convenience of a large population, given its elaborate journey route.

The Chief Public Relations Officer of North Western Railway defined the schedule and map of the twin services, informing the launch will be held at Hyderabad on Friday. Train No 07115 will depart from Hyderabad at 8:20 PM on Friday and will reach Jaipur on Sunday at 5:25 AM. The return journey will be trudged by Train No. 07116, from Jaipur on November 14, at 3:20 PM on Sunday. The train will terminate its maiden run in Hyderabad at 1:00 AM on Tuesday.

The rail service will make halts at Secunderabad, Kamareddy, Nizamabad, Mukhed, Nanded, Poorna, Basmat, Hingoli, Washim, Akola, Malkapur, Khandwa, Itarsi, Bhopal, Ujjain, Ratlam, Mandsaur, Neemuch, Chittorgarh, Bhilwara, Ajmer and Phulera stations on the route, included reports.

Reportedly, this move comes under the Railways broader agenda of facilitating train travel across the country. The Department has green flagged several trains, in various regions - including both, the revival of old services and the launch of new ones. This reboot of India's railway network comes in view of the suspension of various services with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic last year and the preventive lockdowns.

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