NEW DELHI: To diminish the travel time amongst Delhi and Mumbai to less that 12 hours, the last trial keep running of Delhi-Mumbai Talgo train at 150 km for each hour velocity is slated to be on September 10 from New Delhi.
Spanish Talgo train is required to begin at 2.45 pm from New Delhi station on September 10 and booked to reach at Mumbai at 2.29 am early morning following day, said a senior Railway Ministry official.
Talgo train with nine mentors expects to achieve the goal in 11 hours and 44 minutes at 150 km for each hour speed in its last trial.
In the interim, the Talgo train achieved Mumbai on Thursday 18 minutes late in its third trial.
Voyaging 1,384 km stretch between New Delhi and Mumbai, the train at 140 km for every hour speed achieved 3.15 am rather than planned landing in 2.57 am.
Talgo plans to diminish travel time between Delhi-Mumbai by four hours. As of now, the super-quick Rajdhani Express prepare takes around 16 hours between New Delhi and Mumbai.
Railroads had directed the primary trial keep running of Talgo trains on the Bareilly-Moradabad stretch in Uttar Pradesh took after by the second trial run was led on the Palwal-Mathura segment of the North-Central Railway.
The nine-mentor Talgo train comprises of two Executive Class autos, four Chair Cars, a cafeteria, a force auto and a last part mentor for staff and hardware.
Other than railroad staff, professionals from Talgo are installed amid the trial.