Delhi is the only Union Territory in India where 5 Vande Bharat Express are running. Check out the New Delhi sixth Vande Bharat Express train route, stop, timing and start date.
Delhi first Vande Bharat Express train was started on 15 February 2019 between New Delhi railway station and Varanasi Junction. This was the first Vande Bharat Train for India. The train currently runs as per the schedule with the designated numbers 22436/22435, operating six days a week. Delhi’s first Vande Bharat Express covered a distance of 760 km in 8 Hours with an average speed of 95 km/km which makes it one of the fastest Vande Bharat Express in India.
Delhi’s second Vande Bharat Express train was started on 3 October 2019 between New Delhi and Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra which is also India’s second Vande Bharat Express. The New Delhi – Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Vande Bharat Express, identified by numbers 22439/22440, comprises 14 AC Chair Car coaches and 2 Executive Chair Car coaches in its present configuration.
Delhi’s third Vande Bharat Express train was started on 13 October 2022 between New Delhi and Amb Andaura. This is the first Vande Bharat Express which connects two Union Territories New Delhi and Chandigarh and three states Haryana, Punjab and Himachal Pradesh. This Vande Bharat Train covers a distance of 412 km in 5 hours and 15 minutes with an average speed of 76 km/h.
Delhi’s fourth Vande Bharat Express train was started on 12 April 2023 between Delhi Cantonment and Ajmer. This Vande Bharat connected three Indian states New Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan. Delhi fourth Vande Bharat train is currently operated with train numbers 20977/20978 on 6 days a week basis. This Vande Bharat stops at Delhi Cantonment, Gurgaon, Rewari Junction, Alwar Junction, Jaipur Junction and Ajmer Junction.
Delhi’s fifth Vande Bharat Express train was started on 25 May 2023 between Anand Vihar Terminal in Delhi and Dehradun. This was the first Vande Bharat Express for Uttrakhand. This Vande Bharat covers a distance of 302 km in 4 hours and 45 minutes with an average speed of 64 km/h.
Delhi Sixth Vande Bharat Express Train Route
Delhi sixth Vande Bharat Express route will cover a distance of 495 km between Delhi to Lucknow. The train is set to commence its journey from Anand Vihar station, effectively shortening the distance by 10 km and contributing to a time saving of approximately 30 minutes.
Delhi Sixth Vande Bharat Express Train Stop
The sixth Vande Bharat Express from Delhi will make scheduled halts at Aligarh Junction, Tundla Junction, Etawah Junction, and Kanpur Central on its route to Lucknow. Notably, all of these stations, except Kanpur Central, will witness their first Vande Bharat Express stoppage.
When Will Delhi Sixth Vande Bharat Express Train Start?
According to the sources, the Delhi Sixth Vande Bharat Express Train will start in the first week of October 2023.