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Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport earns more as autos stay off roads

NAVI MUMBAI: Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT) netted Rs 5 lakh more and rolled out 25 more buses for the benefit of commuters in...

Three times faster than flights: Hyperloop can do Delhi-Mumbai in 70...

Travel from Delhi to Mumbai can become less than a third —to 70 minutes — of what it takes in a flight, at costs...

Indian Railways Gear Up For Challenging Roles, Plan To Take Trains...

In a bid to take Indian railways to new heights, the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) is gearing up to connect Arunachal Pradesh's Tawang with...

RAILWAY MINISTRY WANTS TO CRACK DOWN ON UNIONGIRI

In an attempt to curb trade unions holding the functioning of railways to ransom, the Railway Ministry has directed that supervisors working in safety...

New airport groundwork to be completed within 10 days

Navi Mumbai: The pre-development work of the Navi Mumbai international airport has entered the take-off stage with groundwork such as soil testing, demarcation, measurement...

Jobs for graduates: Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation is hiring for 23...

The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) has released an employment notification, inviting interested and eligible candidates to apply for the positions of General manager, Account officer, Town planner, scientist and others on contractual basis.

TIML installs 106 digital ad units in tracks of Mumbai Metro...

Times Innovative Media (TIML) has entered the Limca Book of Records for installing a chain of 106 digital advertisement units between the tracks of the Mumbai Metro line in 2015.

KOLKATA WANTED 10 RAKES YOU PAID FOR; RLY PANEL SAID ‘NO’

While Mumbaikars face a scrum inside crammed compartments even after paying a cess to fund better services, the Railway Board has allotted 10 new rakes that were meant for Central Railway's local division to other cities, a report on increasing fatal falls has revealed.

29,278 die on Mumbai railway tracks in 10 years, eight every...

MUMBAI: Mumbai's suburban train network, often described as the city's lifeline, proved to be a death trap with at least eight people dying on an average every day between 2005 and 2014 after falling off trains or while crossing the tracks.

Mumbai metro loses nearly 40,000 passengers everyday

MUMBAI: Seven months after the withdrawal of the Rs 10 invitation fare and implementation of a graded fare structure, the daily passenger traffic on the Metro is still down by 14% or 40,000 passengers per day.

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