History of indian railways and dfccil

History of Indian Railways and DFCCIL : Indian Railway operates the fourth-largest network in the world, with a spanning of over 1.2 Lakh Km across the country. Today, with over 14 Lakh employees, Indian Railways is the world’s seventh-largest employer following the Defence Department of the US, Chinese Army, Walmart, China National Petroleum, State Grid of China and British Health Service.

Indian Railway provides three kinds of services to the public which are Express trains, Mail Express trains, and Passenger trains. The fare of Passenger trains are the lowest and the fare of Mail Express trains are the highest, while Express trains lie in the middle.

In this article, we have covered all the details regarding the Indian Railway such as benefits of transporting goods and passengers through railway, history of Indian Railway, facts about Indian Railway, Statistical Data of DFCCIL and Indian Railway, Zones, Divisions, and Year of Establishment of Indian Railway, and top 10 busiest railway stations of India

Benefits of Transportation of Goods and Passengers through Railway

Here are some benefits of carrying loads and passengers through railways:

  • Railway is the cheapest and safest mode of transport as compared to other means of transport such as airways, roadways, etc.
  • Also, the chances of breakdown and accidents are least as compared to other modes of transportation
  • There is no effect of weather on goods such as rain, fog, etc.
  • Railway is a better mode of transportation because it has fixed schedules and routes
  • As per the companies, it is the best way to transport goods for long-distance traffic
  • The carrying capacity through railways is immensely large and moreover, there is a flexibility to add a few loads by adding more wagons
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