The Ministry of Railways has come up with a new All India Railway Time Table known as ‘Trains At A Glance (TAG)’, that has been effective since July 1st. Besides, all the 16 zonal railways have also released their zonal railway time tables which also have come into effect since July 1st.
The user-friendly ‘All India Railway Time Table’ gives an insight into details like how to read a table, route map, station index, trains between important stations, station code index, train number and name index and many more. The time table that will have timings of 58 new express trains will also reflect extension in services of about 22 trains and increase in frequency of 13 trains among others.
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