High speed Agra-Delhi “Gatimaan Exp” to start soon

Similar to Delhi Metro coaches, the coaches of this train will also have automatic sliding doors

Agra: Finally the decks have been cleared for the launch of India’s first high speed train that will link New Delhi and the Taj city of Agra. The journey will take less than two hours or to be precise — 105 minutes only. Similar to Delhi Metro coaches, the coaches of this train will also have automatic sliding doors According to an official More...

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