Advantages And Disadvantages Of Train Transport

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SAFE-WAY JOURNEY Akhilraj V C1, Under Graduate, Dept. Of CSE, VIMAL JYOTHI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, India Aswathi George2, Under Graduate, Dept. Of CSE, VIMAL JYOTHI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, India Aswin Vijayan3, Under Graduate, Dept. Of CSE, VIMAL JYOTHI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, India Jinu Johny4, Under Graduate, Dept. Of CSE, VIMAL JYOTHI ENGINEERING COLLEGE, India ABSTRACT Train travelling has become a part of day to day life. Since train is a mass transportation medium travelling can be risky because of many problem evolved during the journey. Even though Indian railway authorities provide certain facilities to make the journey safer, in most of the case these doesn’t work well. This is due to the lack of introduction of new technologies to the railway…show more content…
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