Vande Bharat Class 3 station arrives at Chandigarh Railway Station from Chennai after a whole week's route

Apart from overcoming a number of difficulties, the third practice of Vande Bharat or also called Prepare 18 is determined to be on screen with improved acceleration and a comfortable ride. On the morning of Thursday 18th August a new model of Vande Bharat Categorical practice arrived at Chandigarh Railway Station from Chennai for a one week profitable experience.

On August 12, the new prototype of the Vande Bharat Categorical practice was inaugurated by Union Railways Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw at the Integrated Bus Manufacturing Unit (ICF) ) Chennai. The railways plans to deploy up to 475 such trains over the next four years.

The video was revealed throughout the opening day

The 160 kph practice was on trial for 45 days after exit from the ICF and was expected to be prepared for commercial operation prior to Durga Puja.

As per the details, the practice involved 18 buses and arrived at Chandigarh Railway Station from Chennai at around 7.45am on Thursday and its trial is likely to start on Friday. This practice can be examined at a speed of 110 kilometers per hour on the Chandigarh-Sanahual stretch of 91 kilometers. Post the seven-day trial here, the practice may be relocated to Kota, Rajasthan for high-speed (180 mph) trials.

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