Tejas Trains To Offer World Class Experience

Tejas trains are now getting ready with the launching of their new trains, the operator is proud to announce that the service will let passengers experience world class travel. The trains will be equipped with high-tech equipment for the entertainment of the passengers. There will also be Wi-fi on board and displays that have Braille integration. The coaches which will be under the Tejas operator are now being ready for its world class journey.

Tejas means brilliance in English and the coaches will have a golden color for the paint. Another operator, Hamsafar, will also be launching their latest trains within the year. The Hamsafar coaches, on the other hand, will be covered in vinyl sheets and will be painted using colors that are of earthy and sky tone in order to let the passengers know that the trains are designed for the common people.

According to a senior official from the Railway Ministry, they are already on the final stage of designing the features of the train. The coaches will come from different operators such as Tejas, Deen Dayalu, Hamsafar and Antodaya. The units that are in charge of the production have already received the proper instructions requiring the features that each coach should have.

The coaches under Tejas will have two different classes – the executive class and chair cars. The Hamsafar, meanwhile, will have a 3 level air conditioning.

Aside from the improved outside appearance, the Tejas coaches will also have 22 new added features such as entertainment screens provided for each passenger together with their own hand phone socket and LED screens that will be relaying all the safety instructions.

The toilets will be bio-vacuum and will have an indicator for the water level; the taps employed sensors as well as the hand driers. The coaches of Tejas will also be equipped with Wi-Fi access and displays that can be used for Braille. There will be digital boards for the destination map and an electronic system where the passengers can book their tickets.

For those planning to Vietnam anytime soon, the railway system is also an enjoyable experience especially when taking a train from Hanoi to Sapa.

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