Western Railways seeks commuter feedback over new Bombadier rakes
In order to gauge the public's response to the new Bombadier trains, the Western Railway has sought feedback and suggestions from commuters
The Western Railway introduced the new age 'MUTP-II' EMU rake on March 18 in its regular suburban service in Mumbai. In order to gauge the public's response to these trains, the Western Railway has sought feedback and suggestions from commuters. The feedback/suggestion form is available on MRVC's website with a link on Western Railway website also.
The new rakes will initially run on the slow line for three months. File pic
On clicking the 'New Technology Rake Commuter Feedback/Suggestion Form' which is being there on the WR's website www.wr.indianrailways.gov.in, a feedback is displayed which needs to be downloaded and comments mailed to email@example.com or posted to the address as mentioned in the form.
The WR are running two rakes between Churchgate and Borivali on the slow line. Officials said that there are speed restrictions on both slow and fast lines. According to Western Railway officials, many Mumbaikars are keen on boarding the new rake even if it means leaving a less empty rake.