Humsafar Express

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Humsafar exp at Kamakhya Jn.jpg
Humsafar Express at Kamakhya Jn
Overview
Main Operation(s)India
December 16, 2016; 22 months ago (2016-12-16)
Fleet size22
Parent companyIndian Railways
Websiteindianrail.gov.in

Humsafar Express are completely 3-tier AC sleeper trains designed by Indian Railways. Their service profile includes long haul routes.

Background[edit]

This series of trains features side curtains on the corridors like 2AC which were removed from 3-tier AC sleepers.

Features[edit]

  • LED screen display are fitted to provide the passengers with information about the stations, train speed etc.,it also has announcement system as well.
  • Vending machines are kept for tea, coffee and milk. Charging ports for charging electronic devices such as mobiles, laptops etc.
  • More comfortable berths than the previous 3-tier AC sleeper rakes.
  • Each Compartments has Bio-toilets fitted in for proper disposal of human waste.
  • The exterior of coaches has a futuristic look with the use of Vinyl sheets.
  • Safety measures, in compartments such as introduction of smoke alarms and CCTV cameras are done.
  • Heating chamber and refrigerating box are fitted in each coach to preserve the food that was brought from home by the passengers.
  • Each and every coupe and side berth has curtains to maintain privacy.
  • Khadi bed rolls were provided.[1]

Services[edit]

The first service was inaugurated in 16 December 2016 between Gorakhpur and Anand Vihar(New Delhi).

Train No. Name
12571/12572 Gorakhpur - Anand Vihar Terminal Humsafar Express (Via Barhni)
12595/12596 Gorakhpur - Anand Vihar Terminal Humsafar Express (Via Basti)
12503/12504 Bangalore Cantonment - Agartala Humsafar Express
22497/22498 Sri Ganganagar–Tiruchirappalli Humsafar Express
20889/20890 Howrah - Vijayawada Humsafar Express
22437/22438 Allahabad - Anand Vihar Terminal Humsafar Express
22833/22834 Bhubaneswar - Krishnarajapuram Humsafar Express
22867/22868 Durg - Hazrat Nizamuddin Humsafar Express
22887/22888 Howrah - Yesvantpur Humsafar Express
22705/22706 Tirupati – Jammu Tawi Humsafar Express
22919/22920 Chennai - Ahmedabad Humsafar Express
22913/22914 Bandra Terminus - Patna Humsafar Express
19667/19668 Udaipur City - Mysuru Palace Queen Humsafar Express
22985/22986 Udaipur City - Delhi Sarai Rohilla Rajasthan Humsafar Express
15705/15706 Champaran Humsafar Express
19315/19316 Lingampalli - Indore Humsafar Express
19317/19318 Indore - Puri Humsafar Express
22317/22318 Sealdah - Jammu Tawi Humsafar Express
20827/20828 Jabalpur - Santrangachi Humsafar Express
20821/20822 Santragachi - Pune Humsafar Express
22169/22170 Santragachi - Habibganj Humsafar Express
22171/22171 Pune - Habibganj Humsafar Express
12751/12752 Hazur Sahib Nanded - Jammu Tawi Humsafar Express
19669/19670 Udaipur City - Patliputra Humsafar Express
19603/19604 Ajmer - Rameswaram Humsafar Express
19043/19044 Bandra Terminus - Bhagat Ki Kothi Humsafar Express
19423/19424 Tirunelveli - Gandhidham Humsafar Express[2]
14815/14816 Bhagat Ki Kothi – Tambaram Humsafar Express[2][3]
16319/16320 Kochuveli - Banaswadi Humsafar Express

References[edit]

  1. ^ "First look of Humsafar Express: An all new 3-Tier AC train - First look of Humsafar Express: An all new 3-Tier AC train". The Economic Times. Retrieved 25 September 2016.
  2. ^ a b http://www.indianrailways.gov.in/railwayboard/uploads/directorate/coaching/TAG_2017-18/Humsafar_Tejas.pdf
  3. ^ http://www.sr.indianrailways.gov.in//view_detail.jsp?lang=0&id=0,4,268&dcd=5782&did=150945197719308D5BD5D7B0ADF48205B5D2748B71EA6.web91

4 https://indiarailinfo.com/train/-train-kochuveli-banaswadi-humsafar-express-16320/63785/1009/1518

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