The Indian Railways on Thursday announced that people can now book tickets for the 200 (including trains dedicated for return journeys) special passenger trains that the railways is set to run from June 1. The booking has begun from 10 AM today.
The railways’ order said that the booking can be done for both AC and non-AC coaches, a day after it said only non-AC passenger trains would run. Also, no tickets will be sold on any stations across India.
Here is the list of trains that are set to run from June 1:
People can buy tickets for only 30 days in advance. And they will have to reach the stations 90 minutes before departure, the railways said. Safety app, Aarogya Setu is also compulsory.
The railways said reservation against cancellation or RAC, in which two people share the same berth, and waitlisted tickets will be available. But those with waitlisted tickets that are not confirmed after the passengers’ charts have been prepared cannot board trains.
Also, food stalls at all the stations will remain open but only food takeaway is allowed.
The Railways on Wednesday has announced that 200 more tarins in addituion to 30 special trains already helping travelers commute will begin from June 1.
Flight operations will resume from May 25. Book the train ticket from here.