Intercity Express (Indian Railways)

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The Intercity Express is the express-train service in India which connects major railway junctions and state capitals.

Features[edit]

The trains are less expensive than other express trains, and usually reach their destinations within 5–6 hours. They usually complete a round trip in a day, returning to the origin station at night and using only a single rake. Generally, they have only sitting accommodations and a pantry car. Intercity Express trains run daily, except:

Train names[edit]

The following trains are intercity-express trains, but have different names:

Routes[edit]

Intercity Express routes are (round-trip, unless noted):

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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