India’s most hi-tech and premium train so far, the Tejas Express will soon be running between Delhi and Lucknow.

The train will run daily between Anand Vihar terminal and Lucknow.

The Tejas Express is painted in saffron and yellow and has a detailed design on the surface.

India’s most hi-tech and premium train so far, the Tejas Express will soon be running between Delhi and Lucknow. The train that can run at the speed of 200kmph, boasts of many other features that make your journey worthwhile. Automatic doors, advance fire system, CCTV cameras, redesigned seats, LCD screens and personalized infotainment systems to name a few features.

All about Tejas Express

The hi-tech train’s coaches will soon be coming to Lucknow. The train will run daily between Anand Vihar terminal and Lucknow. The service is expected to begin in August and the coaches currently have arrived in Delhi from Punjab.

The Tejas Express is painted in saffron and yellow and has a detailed design on the surface. It has LCD screens on all seats for entertainment along with WiFi and audio entertainment units. You will also find proper mineral water units in the train. Each berth has a charging point and seat headlamp for reading.

Tejas has all the facilities to offer the passengers a comfortable journey, and the best part is that it is going to run daily. All the 24 coaches of the train will have CCTV cameras, fire and smoke detection systems and bio-toilets too!

It will be the second route after Mumbai-Goa, where Tejas train will be running in India. The train, which was announced in 2016-17 railway budget was in news a couple of months ago when passengers had broken the LCD screens and had taken away the headphones thus showing a bad behaviour towards India’s fastest train.

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