AC double decker train on Delhi-Chandigarh route soon
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To cater to the growing number of passengers between Delhi and Chandigarh, the Railways has decided to start an AC double decker train between the two cities. The
12-coach AC double decker train with fire alarm system is expected to be pressed into service by February next year, a senior Railway Ministry official said. The Railways is also mulling to introduce electrical multiple units (EMU) train sets on Delhi-Chandigarh and Delhi-Amritsar, the official said.
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