27 March 2015

SCR Gears up to Cope up with the Expected Extra Rush of Passengers at Reservation Counters on 1st April, 2015

Advance Reservation Period (ARP) for issue of reserved tickets will be increased to 120 days instead of the existing 60 days from 1st April, 2015. As a result, more number of passengers are expected at the booking counters o­n the opening day of the extended  reservation period ie., o­n 1stApril, 2015.

SCR has already made sufficient arrangements to cope up with the extra rush  at Reservation Counters of Passenger Reservation System offices (PRS) all over the Zone. Adequate number of booking counters will be opened  and sufficient number of staff  posted to man the counters in both the shifts.

Monitoring will be in place to continuously to analyze passenger rush and draw up plans as needed.

Advance Reservation Period (ARP) for issue of reserved tickets will be increased to 120 days instead of the existing 60 days from 1st April, 2015. As a result, more number of passengers are expected at the booking counters o­n the opening day of the extended  reservation period ie., o­n 1stApril, 2015.

SCR has already made sufficient arrangements to cope up with the extra rush  at Reservation Counters of Passenger Reservation System offices (PRS) all over the Zone. Adequate number of booking counters will be opened  and sufficient number of staff  posted to man the counters in both the shifts.

Monitoring will be in place to continuously to analyze passenger rush and draw up plans as needed.