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Bangladesh Railway

Railway resumes full services

Bangladesh Railway started full fledged operation on Wednesday after three and a half month services on limited scale due to coronavirus pandemic, reports UNB.

Railway resumes full services

Sylhet’s rail link with Dhaka, Chattogram cut off

Sylhet’s rail communication with capital Dhaka and port city Chattogram was cut off on Tuesday morning after a cargo train derailed near Maizgaon railway station in Fenchuganj.

Sylhet’s rail link with Dhaka, Chattogram cut off

Railway to resume operation of 84 more trains by 16 Sept

Bangladesh Railway has taken steps to operate 84 more commuter, mail, express and local trains by 16 September as a part of its plan to normalise train services in the country

Passenger waiting at the Kamalpur railway station in Dhaka

Trains will continue with half passenger load, no fare increase

Passenger trains will continue to run with half the seats vacant, said the railways minister, adding that they did not have plan of increasing train fares either.

Trains will continue with half passenger load, no fare increase

Railway to resume services of 36 more trains

Amid the ongoing coronavirus situation in the country, Bangladesh Railway will operate thirty-six more trains from next Thursday (27 Aug) through maintaining the health guidelines and physical ...

A man and a woman wearing masks and gloves walk along the Kamalapur railway station, Dhaka amid coronavirus outbreak on 7 June 2020.

Railway relaxes NID rule for travelling, buying tickets

Bangladesh Railway has relaxed the rule that made it mandatory for the passengers to show National Identity Card (NID) while buying train tickets and travelling, reports BSS.

Railway relaxes NID rule for travelling, buying tickets

Railway resumes services of 13 pairs of trains

Thirteen pairs of passenger trains resumed operation from Sunday on different routes to make services more functional amid COVID-19 pandemic, said railways minister Md Nurul Islam Sujan.

A man and a woman wearing masks and gloves walk along the Kamalapur railway station, Dhaka amid coronavirus outbreak on 7 June 2020.

Govt to procure 150 metre-gauge coaches from South Korea

Bangladesh Railway is set to purchase 150 metre-gauge carriages and 20 metre-gauge electric locomotive from South Korea, aiming to develop rail communications of the country, reports UNB.

Govt to procure 150 metre-gauge coaches from South Korea

Only e-ticket holders will make train journey this year: Minister

Railways minister Md Nurul Islam Sujon has said only those who have purchased their tickets online for the Eid journey will be able to travel by train this year during the Eid-ul-Azha holidays

Only e-ticket holders will make train journey this year: Minister

Bangladesh receives 10 locomotives from India

Bangladesh on Monday received 10 broad gauge locomotives from India in an another move of raising railway cooperation in connectivity front between the two neighboring countries sharing more than ...

Bangladesh receives 10 locomotives from India
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