Train seat status – booking online-Indian railways

Train seat status – booking online-Indian railways

Train seat status now can be viewed while booking online.  Railway passengers will now have the opportunity to see the status of  seats while booking the train.

Railways in India :

Indian Railways (IR) is country’s national railway system operated by the Ministry of Railways.   It manages the 4th largest railway network in the world by size, with 121,407 kilometres (75,439 mi) of total track over a 67,368-kilometre (41,861 mi) route.  49% of the routes are electrified with 25KV AC electric traction while 33% of them are double or multi-tracked.

Railway Journey – Train seat status :

Travel is fun and when it comes to train travel, the bypaths and un-trodden depths of wilderness and travel explorations are great experience.

With over 24 million passengers traveling and commuting daily by train, Railways aims to serve its passengers with inclusive and comprehensive information that helps those making informed decisions, thus simplifying their train travels.

Indian railway – train seat status :

The Indian Railways on 27th February announced the user friendly feature to the passengers. The feature will display train coaches and berth accommodation status on their website IRCTC.

The display includes the seating layout in various colours to distinguish the booked seats, the vacant seats and the partially booked seats.

Train seat status incorporation :

The Railway department in the country has incorporated the coach layout of 9 classes and more than 120 various coach layouts. 

These will display class-wise and coach-wise berth availability status as per the First chart of the train. 

The First chart is prepared by the railways 4 hours prior to the train departure.

According to the Railway Minister Piyush Goyal reservation charts will be available for public viewing on the internet.

The feature of Train seat status is available in the mobile version as well as in the railways web.

To know more about rail project in Karnataka read https://www.bangalorean.com/general/projects-held-state-government-railways/

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