Passengers enjoy high speed internet Indian Railways. Railways will make new communication corridor, passengers to enjoy high speed internet. Railway Ministry has been on the pitch to improve the Indian Railways. The ministry has madeseveral improvements in the railway. Now, the Railways has introduced another facility for the passengers, in which the railway passengers will soon be able to enjoy high speed internet on demand video or other online internet during the journey. High Speed Mobile Communications Corridor is preparing for the smooth transit of the train and the comfortable journey of the passengers.The department expects train operations to improve. According to the Ministry of Railways, new communication system has started work on 2541 kilometers on Main Routes. While its work is running fast on the 3408 km route.
A senior railway officer said that with this system, the railway employees would be able to provide information directly to the loco pilot and station master on the track situation. This will improve train operations. The rail ministry has given responsibility to a company to build communications carrier. This corridor is being developed under a PPP model at a cost of Rs. 5,000 crores.
Rails currently uses wireless systems for train operations. Through the GCMR network the drivers and controllers determine the route of a train. Railway signals and telecom wing officers said that now GCMR (Long Term Evolution-Rail) system is being installed.In addition to the staffing and management of different train routes from the High Speed Corridor, passengers will also get a broadband service. Travelers want internet connectivity all time nowadays. Whether in the train or at the station. This system will meet the needs of the passengers with the railway. Free Internet access was launched at major stations last year. Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who was on a visit to India, announced this. A few trains in the country, including the Tejas Express recently, have started the WiFi facility for the passengers.
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