Now, radio tunes to make journey more enjoyable on New Delhi-Chandigarh Shatabdi Express

The brand new initiative will improve the passengers’ temper, whereas making their journey on the Shatabdi Specific extra nice and comfy, says Ambala divisional railway supervisor Gurinder Mohan Singh

ByRajanbir Singh, Chandigarh

Passengers catching the 12.15 pm Shatabdi Specific to New Delhi will now be handled to radio tunes.

Below the New Modern Non-Fare Income Concepts Scheme (NINFRIS), the Ambala division of Northern Railways has awarded a contract to Ooka Radio, an indoor music administration firm, to play radio tunes and ads on the Shatabdi Specific (12045/46), which may also assist the division earn income.

“Throughout each hour of the almost 3.5-hour journey, instrumental music, leisure programmes and messages will likely be performed for 45 minutes. One other 10 minutes will likely be devoted to business ads, whereas railway bulletins will likely be made within the remaining 5 minutes,” mentioned Hari Mohan, senior divisional business supervisor, Ambala division.

Divisional railway supervisor Gurinder Mohan Singh added that the division believed that music and travelling have been one of the best mixture. “The brand new initiative will improve the passengers’ temper, whereas making their journey extra nice and comfy,” he mentioned.

The New Delhi-Chandigarh Shatabdi Specific (12045) begins from New Delhi at 7.15 pm and reaches Chandigarh at 10.35 pm after passing via Karnal at 8.35 pm and Ambala Cantt at 9.50 pm. The prepare then begins its return journey (12046) from Chandigarh at 12.15 pm, reaches Ambala Cantt at 12.55 pm and Karnal at 1.45 pm, earlier than arriving at New Delhi at 3.30 pm.

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