Railway trains will be rolling in Delhi, once again, this week.
The first train of the BNSF Railway (BNSF) in the city will be carrying 2,400 passengers and 2,500 staff.
The train is expected to start on Wednesday morning.
The BNSB (Bihar Railways) is scheduled to start the trip from the National Capital and will bring in 4,500 passengers and 1,500 employees.
Railways have to make use of a rail corridor called the New Delhi-NCR corridor to bring in passengers.
This corridor has to be widened, widened, and widened again, in case any of the railway lines in the New India route go missing.
The Railways have decided to use this corridor as the corridor for transporting passengers to and from Delhi, says B S Mistry, Director General of Railway.
The Delhi-NHR corridor has been used by Railways for the past 30 years, and has been the main corridor for passenger traffic in the country.
This is a huge step forward.
There are over 1.4 lakh passengers taking this corridor each day.
We are also getting the benefit of this corridor, which has a capacity of more than 10 lakh passengers, Mr. Mistry said.
The Railways are also trying to increase the capacity of the corridor in case of any breakdowns.
The government has also made it mandatory for the train drivers to carry out training sessions in the corridor.
This is a major step in the direction of the Delhi-NGOs (NGOs) in Delhi and the people are getting the sense that the railways are doing everything to cater to the needs of commuters.
This will definitely help the government in building a stronger railway network.
This article has been updated to include a reference to a reference given by the Railways to the fact that the trains will have to be used to bring the trains in to the city from various places.