Naresh, a government employee living in Anakapalle, and Achari, a teacher living in Vizianagaram, who commute to the city daily for work, find the lack of local trains a curse for commuters.
“Though there are trains from Anakapalle to Visakhapatnam, they do not match the actual demand. I have to board either 57271 BZA- Rayagada Passenger or 57255 Kakinada - Vizag EMU, which are already packed to capacity with hardly any space to get in,” says Naresh.
Mr. Achari travels from Vizianagaram to Visakhapatnam every day. He boards 78531 Vizianagaram-Visakhapatnam DEMU, which is
Agreed .. MEMU's are badly reqd
I had travelled by the 22847 LTT Express from Visakhapatnam to Mumbai. The train was filled to capacity and wait listed passengers had also boarded this train in the down stations at Bobbili, Rayagada, Titlagarh, Kantabanji… as this is the only train to India's commercial capital from this region, says Karunakar, who travelled by this train recently.
Many people with general tickets boarded the train till Raipur and Durg as it is serving as a daytime Intercity Express. Many pilgrims from Vizianagaram, Rayagada and other places, find this train convenient to visit Sri Shirdi Sai Baba temple. They alight at Manmad and go by road.
Yes Two Pairs .. Like 12805/6 JB
Both start in the morning and reach respective destinations by evening.
Infact Korba would be btr
Electrification of VSKP - RGDA Section
Good news RGDA - VSKP can have memu
ypr-dee gtl, sc
hwh-ndls dhanbad, kanpur
mumbai ctrl - ndls vadodara, ratlam, kota
hwh - ypr bbs, vzm, bza, ru
dee - jat ludhiana
DMM stop also imp for Ypr-DEE drnt along with gtl
Super option for SC now..
Yes a perfect train......if NLDS halt provided also will give good occupancy
Sunday from Sc-NZM this will be the 3d prem train apart from SBC raj and SC drnt
nzm me iska halt hona chaye2min ka
So with these decisions taken by railway board....in coming days they may scrap the duronto concept which won't be useful for both psgrs and rlys
Soon the present drnt trains gets more halts depending upon the occupancy of trains