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Fresh Committee to review auto, taxi fare hike in Mumbai

May 21, 2015

Fresh Committee to review auto, taxi fare hike in Mumbai

Days after the auto-rickshaw and taxi fares were hiked by a rupee in the Mumbai metropolitan region, state transport minister Diwakar Raote on Thursday formed a new committee to reconsider the raise. However, the commuters will have to continue paying the additional charges for at least six months till the new panel submits its report. #NewsTracker #Mumbai #Maharashtra #Autorickshaw #Taxi #Fare Hike #Diwakar Raote
Rail Budget 2015: Delhi-Kolkata, Delhi-Mumbai trains to complete journey overnight

Feb 26, 2015

Rail Budget 2015: Delhi-Kolkata, Delhi-Mumbai trains to complete journey overnight

The speed of nine railway corridors will be increased from existing 110 and 130 kmph to 160 and 200 kmph respectively so that inter-metro journeys like Delhi-Kolkata and Delhi-Mumbai can be done overnight. #Economy #Indian Railways #Fare Hike #Suresh Prabhu #Budget2015 #RailBudget2015
Rail Budget 2015: Suresh Prabhu woos commuters, promises better food, AC trains and no fare hike

Feb 26, 2015

Rail Budget 2015: Suresh Prabhu woos commuters, promises better food, AC trains and no fare hike

In his maiden Budget as railway minister, Prabhu has not only looked upon improving the physical facilities available to passengers but also promised to better the digital interface to make it more customer-friendly. #Economy #Indian Railways #Fare Hike #Suresh Prabhu #Budget2015 #RailBudget2015
Monthly railway ticket for Mumbai local trains may get more expensive, says report

Jan 19, 2015

Monthly railway ticket for Mumbai local trains may get more expensive, says report

Mumbai's local train commuters might see a fare hike as the ministry of railways is planning to change the price of the monthly season ticket (MST). #BJP #NewsTracker #Mumbai #rail fare hike #Railway #Mumbai local trains #MST #monthly season ticket #DK Mittal committee report