1. Tejas Express
This train was operated for the first time in the year 2017. Its maximum speed is 180 kilometers per hour. This train has classified Executive (EC) and Air-conditioned (CC) seats. Tejas Express is one of the fastest trains in India along with Duronto Express, Shatabdi Express and Gatimaan Express.
2. Duronto Express
This train was first operated in the year 2009. The maximum speed of this train is 145 kmph. Duronto Express is a long distance non-stop train connecting major cities of India including New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Howrah. Duronto offers comfortable and comfortable interiors. Meals are included in the ticket price.
3. Rajdhani Express
This train was first operated in the year 1969. Its maximum speed is 140 kilometers per hour. Rajdhani Express are luxury trains connecting major capital cities of India. Free food is arranged during the journey.
4. Shatabdi Express
This train was first operated in the year 1988. The maximum speed of this train is 155 kmph. The prestigious Shatabdi Express trains are luxury passenger trains, the fastest in India. Unlike Rajdhani Express, Shatabdi Express mainly runs during the day. Meals are included in the ticket price.
5. Garib Rath Express
This train was first operated in the year 2005. The maximum speed of this train is 130 kmph. Garib Rath is a fast running fully air conditioned train. The best part of this train is that its tickets are cheap as compared to other air-conditioned express trains.
6. Gatimaan Express
This train was operated for the first time in the year 2016. Its maximum speed is 160 kilometers per hour. Gatimaan Express is a semi-high-speed train running between New Delhi and Agra. This entire train is air conditioned. Gatimaan Express is one of the fastest train in India.
7. Jan Shatabdi Express
This train was first operated in the year 2003. The maximum speed of this train is 110 kilometers per hour. The Jan Shatabdi Express is the more economical version of the Shatabdi Express, with cheaper fares. The train has both air conditioned and non air conditioned seats. Meals are provided at an additional cost.
This train was operated for the first time in the year 2014. Its maximum speed is up to 80 kilometers per hour. Monorail is the latest type of train to run on a single track. Indian Monorail currently operates in Mumbai. This is India’s first monorail. Its aim is to reduce traffic jams in the city.
9. Double-Decker Express
Double decker trains are divided into air conditioned and non air conditioned. These are some of the fastest trains in India.
10. Local Trains
Slow passenger trains are called “local trains”. They usually make short journeys and stop in almost every small town and village. There is no air conditioning in it. These trains do not have doors. So that passengers can easily get on and off.
11. Suburban Railway
Suburban railways are also called “local trains”. They connect the commercial districts in the big cities with the suburbs. Presently suburban trains run in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune, Kanpur, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Karwar, Coimbatore and Ahmedabad.
Metro is an important mode of transport to decongest the major cities of India. Cities with metro systems include Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Kanpur and Lucknow.
13. Luxury Trains
These best trains like Mahal are for tourist places and historical places of India. Traveling in a luxury train is a great experience in itself. So far eight luxury trains are in service. These are Palace on Wheels, Mahaparinirvana Express, Royal Orient, Fairy Queen, Deccan Odyssey, Golden Chariot, Maharaja Express and Royal Rajasthan.
14. Toy Trains
The toy train, also known as the Mountain Railway, dates back to the British colonial period. They run in the mountains, over high bridges and through long tunnels. The three most famous toy trains are the Nilgiri Mountain Railway, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway and the Kalka-Shimla Railway. All three are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.