India's first rapid rail is ready for trial Delhi-Meerut in 55 minutes
The number of Rapid Rail trains on this route will be kept at 30, which will arrive at the station at an interval of every 10 minutes. These trains will run at a speed of 160 km/h and will cover the distance between Delhi and Meerut in just 55 minutes.
India's first rapid rail is ready for trial run to cover the distance from Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi to Meerut. The country's first rapid rail transit system being developed by the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) in Ghaziabad is ready for trial run. Under this system, Rapid Rail will operate from Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi to Meerut in Uttar Pradesh via Ghaziabad.
Two types of trains will be run under the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS). The first train is named Rapid Rail and will run from Modipuram to Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi via Begumpur Partapur. On the other hand, the second train has been named Meerut Metro and it will run from Modipuram to Partapur via Begumpur.
In the first phase, the construction of railway corridor between Delhi to Ghaziabad's Duhai is being completed rapidly, where this construction is in the final stage. The country's first Regional Rapid Rail has also been assembled at Duhai Depot. The train from Savli in Gujarat to Ghaziabad via Rajasthan and Haryana has been brought to this depot with the help of 6 big trailers.
It is a rapid rail high speed aerodynamic train. Its front part is sharp, due to which it can run faster than normal trains. Along with the modern design, the Rapid Rail has a regenerative braking system which will generate electricity. Explain that it will be a fully automatic train where security will also be controlled automatically. Along with this, facilities like CCTV cameras, laptop mobile charging, dynamic route map reading, ventilation and air conditioning will also make the journey great.