The buzz about Vande Sadharan train, an upcoming non-AC version inspired by the Vande Bharat Express, has been gaining traction in India. Since its launch in 2019, Vande Bharat Express has been a significant semi-high-speed train. However, to make this service more accessible to the common man, Indian Railways is gearing up to introduce Vande Sadharan.
Vande Sadharan Train
Vande Sadharan is a non-AC Push-Pull Train, similar to Vande Bharat Express. This implies it’s equipped with engines at both ends, allowing for seamless acceleration from any direction. The train is expected to debut by the end of the year, with trials commencing later this month.
The train, being manufactured at the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai, consists of 22 coaches.
It comprises 12 sleeper class coaches, 8 general coaches, and 2 guard coaches.
Specially designed engines for Vande Sadharan are in production at Chittaranjan Locomotive Factory (CLW).
Vande Bharat Express, India’s first of its kind, was inaugurated in February 2019. The train initially ran between Varanasi and New Delhi, expanding later to Mata Vaishno Devi and Mumbai Central to Gandhinagar. To broaden its reach, a total of 34 pairs of Vande Bharat Express trains are now operational.
Railways is not only focusing on Vande Sadharan but also actively working on sleeper versions of Vande Bharat and Vande Metro.
The sleeper version is anticipated to debut by March next year, boasting 16 coaches featuring AC 3-tier, AC 2-tier, and 1st AC.
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