Ghaziabad RRTS: Namo Bharat Records 1 Million Passenger Footfall Till Date

According to data from the Regional Rapid Transport System (RRTS), an impressive 1 million passengers have boarded Namo Bharat till date.
RRTS' ridership (Representational Image)

RRTS' ridership (Representational Image)

Photo : ANI
Ghaziabad: In a significant development for commuters in Delhi-NCR, the Regional Rapid Transport System (RRTS) data reveals that an impressive 1 million individuals have boarded the Namo Bharat service since its inception. The service initially inaugurated a 17 km section, followed by the opening of an additional 34 km stretch to the public in March 2024.
The operational 34 km stretch of the Delhi–Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS corridor has emerged as a lifeline for passengers amidst the scorching heat, offering a comfortable and convenient travel experience.
Travellers navigating through the bustling cityscape often grapple with not only high temperatures but also dust and pollution. Prior to the introduction of Namo Bharat Trains, commuters lacked reliable and comfortable public transport options along this stretch. Consequently, there has been a notable shift towards preferring Namo Bharat for its comfortable and convenient travel experience.
Each coach of the Namo Bharat train maintains a comfortable ambiance with regulated temperatures set at approximately 25 degrees Celsius, as per a New Indian Express report. These settings are adjusted seasonally to accommodate varying weather conditions, including summer, winter, and monsoons. The air conditioning system of the Namo Bharat train has been specially tailored to meet the heightened demand for cooling during the summer months.
Notably, the appeal of Namo Bharat extends beyond just the younger demographic, with both professionals and seniors opting for it, especially during hot weather spells.
Moreover, the Namo Bharat train incorporates an innovative passenger-controlled door operation system, a pioneering feature within the country's railway infrastructure. By allowing passengers to manually open doors using push buttons only when necessary, the system minimises energy consumption and prevents the escape of cool air, thus reducing stress on the AC system.
To ensure optimal functionality, the air-conditioning system undergoes regular maintenance and checks, including the cleaning of AC filters every 15 days.

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