The railways’ new AC-III tier compartment will be rolled out middle of November with a slew of changes, including a signature colour scheme, CCTV cameras in the aisles, and a tea and coffee vending machine in each coach. A senior rail ministry official told The Indian Express about other features that includes a GPS-based passenger information system above each door, a fire-and-smoke detector, and automatic room-freshener dispensers among others. The new coaches will initially be deployed on the all-AC-III tier Humsafar service, which is tentatively scheduled to start operating between Delhi and Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh.
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