Vande Bharat Express to soon get 220 Kmph top speed, Indian Railways working on new trains
The semi-high speed train is a pet project for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself, who launches every single Vande Bharat Express in India
The made-in-India Vande Bharat Express has generated a tremendous response from the travellers and is getting a lot of push from the Ministry of Railways itself.
The semi-high speed train is a pet project for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself, who launches every single Vande Bharat Express in India.
With such high enthusiasm among the government and the travellers, the Indian Railways is working to make the Vande Bharat trains even more attractive for the passengers.
Recently, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw confimed that they are working to launch three variants of the Vande Bharat Express soon.
While the current version of Vande Bharat Express will be the Chair Car variant for travel between cities located within a distance of 150-600 km, there will also be Vande Bharat Metro for cities within 100-150 km range serving as a Urban train connectivity network and also sleeper version of the Vande Bharat Express, covering distances above 600 km, replacing Rajdhani Express in the longer run.