14 July 2016

Railway Allowed to book Suvidha tickets at UTS counter

Taking note of the complaints that unreserved second class coaches (GS) attached in the special fare special trains and Suvidha trains ran empty, the Railways has decided to sell such seats by charging fares of normal superfast and mail express trains. The revised rules, which came into effect last week, would come as a relief to passengers who plan their travel at eleventh hour.
According to the revised rules, passengers would now be able to purchase the unreserved tickets at Unreserved Ticketing System counters in all railway stations to travel in special trains, as against the earlier rule that only reserved passengers can board them. Fares of superfast trains will be collected while issuing unreserved tickets.

Taking note of the complaints that unreserved second class coaches (GS) attached in the special fare special trains and Suvidha trains ran empty, the Railways has decided to sell such seats by charging fares of normal superfast and mail express trains. The revised rules, which came into effect last week, would come as a relief to passengers who plan their travel at eleventh hour.
According to the revised rules, passengers would now be able to purchase the unreserved tickets at Unreserved Ticketing System counters in all railway stations to travel in special trains, as against the earlier rule that only reserved passengers can board them. Fares of superfast trains will be collected while issuing unreserved tickets.