13 Fastest Trains in India in 2016

If you are planning to travel to India, don’t forget to check the article about the fastest trains in India in 2016. Almost every child has a dream to be a train-master. Trains are charming and exciting for us. It is a very interesting topic and now Insider Monkey has published an article about it.

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As India is considered one of the biggest countries in the world, not just because of the population, but territorially as well, the transport could easily become a very important issue. Planes could seem as the easiest option, but their prices are very high. If you are searching for a lower budget trip, then you would find more approachable some ‘ground’ transportation. So, the choice is basically between car, motorcycle, bus or train. Cars are not very popular in India, whereas motorcycles are the most preferred type of vehicle. The good thing about buses in India is that they go almost everywhere and, in addition, they are the only way to get around many mountainous areas. So, we are down to trains, which are shown to be the best option for traveling around this beautiful country. Rail transport in India is commonly used mode of traveling, especially fog long distances.

Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked two train from their list. Jan Shatabdi Express is the first one. Its maximum speed is 110 km/h. This express train route is: Kota Junction – Sawai Madhopur Jn – Gangapur City – Shri Mahabirji – Hindaun City – Bayana Jn – Bharatpur Jn – Mathura Jn – Ballabgarh – to Hazrat Nizamuddin. It covers the distance of 458 km in travel time of 6 hours and 35 minutes, by going with the average speed of 70 km/h, even though its maximum speed could go up to 110 km/h. It operates as train number 12059 from Kota Junction to Hazrat Nizamuddin, and as train number 12060, it passes through Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi. The next one is Maharashtra Sampark Kranti Express. Its maximum speed is110 km/h. The first service of this train was in 2004. Its route is: Hazrat Nizamuddin – Kota Jn – Vadodara Jn – Borivali – Bandra Terminus, and the distance is 1367 km. Approximate travel time for an average speed of 72 km/h is 19 hours. It operates under number 12908.

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