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India Railways, attachment of Un reserved coaches in trains

India Railways, attachment of Un reserved coaches in trains

Analysis of passenger traffic of all classes is done by the Railways from time to time to assess passenger demand taking into account the utilization of accommodation provided in the existing train services. This is a continuous process.

All new Mail/Express trains, except special type of trains like Rajdhani, Shatabdi, Duronto etc. are introduced with minimum six unreserved coaches in their composition. Also, certain long distance trains like Jan Sadharan Express, Janseva Express, Jannayak Express etc. and short distance Intercity and Passenger trains are run with only General Second Class accommodation. Attachment of coaches including General Class coaches in trains is an ongoing process on Indian Railways and is done keeping in view the traffic pattern of different class of passengers, operational feasibility, commercial viability and availability of resources.


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