Maharashtra: Inter-district travel allowed in long-distance trains | Nagpur News


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MUMBAI: Inter-district traveling will then be allowed on special long tail trains according to the Maharashtra government’s most up-to-date set of guidelines to your Covid-19″unlock” stage, a railroad official said on Tuesday. While restrictions have yet to be eased for local trains, frequency of particular long-distance trains, that are being siphoned, also stays unchanged, ” the official stated.
Passenger reservation system was empowered and beginning September 2, individuals are able to travel in long distance trains just on booked tickets,” he explained.
This journey will be limited on particular trains, which are being plied to Uttar Pradesh, Bihar along with other nations, he explained, adding the railways is running 32 such trains and there’ll be no shift in the frequency.
Formerly, long-haul trains were just running in the station of origin to the destination, with no stops in between.
But, those trains will now stop at different stations in the country along the way based on their stops, the official added.


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