How the Indian railways are preparing for a major move

Indian Railways has begun work on a new network with several cities as a new ‘city-wide’ network is being built for the future.

A spokesperson for the railway said the project, which is in the final stages of being completed, will have a major impact on commuters in the country.

The spokesperson said that while the train system is not as big as it used to be, it will be capable of handling more people, and will allow commuters to travel between cities at a lower cost.

This is the first major project by the railways to take place in the entire country, said the spokesperson.

According to the spokesperson, the project will bring more connectivity and ease for commuters to commute to work.

In order to ensure seamless connectivity, the new network will be built with three levels, a central platform, a city-wide platform, and a suburban platform, with the central platform being built along the main road.

The city- and suburban-level tracks will be connected by rail, while the city-level and suburban levels will be linked by sub-urban railway.

The spokesperson said the new rail system will also have more space for trains.

They will be able to fit up to 50 coaches, while a single coach will be enough for two people, the spokesperson said.

The project is expected to cost around Rs 7,000 crore ($1.7 billion).

According to a report in The Times Of India, the railway is working on the project for a period of four to five years.

The report also said the railway has not received any official orders for the project from the Central Government.

The Indian Railway Ministry, which runs the railways, has been faced with an increase in congestion.

According to data from the National Transport Management Authority, the number of trains travelling by train on the railways has been declining from a peak of 1,000 per day in January 2017 to less than 400 per day by December 2018.