Rahul Sharma

Tejas (train)

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Operator(s)  Indian Railways
Maximum speed  130 km/h
Built at  Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala

Tejas is an Indian class of trains manufactured at the Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala. The train is expected to be introduced commercially in February 2017.

On 29 September 2016, Central Railways announced that the Tejas train would be used on the Mumbai-Goa route.


Tejas trains are equipped with hi-tech facilities such as personal video screens, Wi-Fi, coffee vending machines LED boards, and Braille displays. Tejas Express, one of the most awaited promises of Railway Budget 2016, is all set to start plying on the Surat to Mumbai route in the next financial year, after that Delhi - Chandigarh Tejas and Delhi - Jalandhar Tejas will be launched. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, on a recent visit to Surat, announced that Tejas Express will start running between the two cities soon. Tejas Express, which is currently being manufactured, has been envisioned as a luxury train service. The train will run at a maximum speed of 130kmph, and will boast of multiple features aimed at enhancing passenger comfort during short journeys.


Tejas (train) Wikipedia

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