The Vande Bharat Express, which was introduced ambitiously by the Indian government, was a hit in the trial run. An aura was felt on the tracks at a speed of 180 km per hour. This is the highest speed in India so far. In the trial run conducted in Kota – Nagda sector, it can be observed in the video that this train gradually reaches the speed of 120 KMPH to 130 KMPH, 150 KMPH, 180 KMPH. Videos tweeted by Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav are going viral. 180 km The specialty of this train is that it travels without jerks in speed. It is remarkable that a good glass of water is not lost even at that speed. These scenes can be clearly seen in the video shared by Minister Ashwini Vaishnav. The speedo meter app that measures the speed of the train was turned on in the smart phone and the video was shot by placing it next to the window of the train. In one stage the train covers 183 km. Reaching the maximum speed can be seen in this video. Efforts are being made to increase the speed of this train to 200 kmph.
It is a semi-high speed train developed with indigenous knowledge. 100 km from zero. Vande Bharat trains are unique in reaching the speed in just 40 seconds. Maximum speed is 180 km per hour. Travel at speed. 200 km per hour second generation Vande Bharat trains. Indian Railways is making preparations to introduce speed. These will be introduced in place of Shatabdi Express trains. These trains will run between major cities of the country.
In 2019, the first Vande Bharat train became available in the country. It was introduced on New Delhi – Varanasi route. A second train was introduced on the Delhi – Vaishnodevi (Jammu) route. Recently a trial run was conducted in Kota (Rajasthan) – Nagda (Madhya Pradesh) sector.
These trains have more features than metro trains. The AC train has about 16 bogies.. Wi-Fi facility is available in each bogie. Automatic opening and closing doors, seats that can be turned in the desired direction, glass windows, airplane-style bio-toilets are the additional features of these trains.
The Center feels that India with a population of 140 crores needs these types of trains. If Vande Bharat trains become available, the travel time between the cities will be reduced significantly. The central government’s plan is to introduce 400 Vande Bharat trains across the country in the next three years. There is a proposal to build metro-style elevated corridors for future Vande Bharat trains. But, it costs a lot.
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