HEARTENING TO SEE THE RAILWAY DESIGNERS & STAFF BLOSSOM INTO EXPERTS IN PROVIDING COMFORTS,HYIGENE:
SO IT IS NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN THE SAME QUALITY OF CLEANLINESS AND REDUCING THE CROWDING . And let there be a permanent design with these features to be incorporated
Look at the Flushing device that is designed , it will leave no remnants at the Commode. This to be adopted in all the Toilets of Rail coaches .
THE RATIO OF WESTERN / SQUATING TOILETS SHOULD BE
50 /50 share of the 4 in a compartment - WE SEE A HUGE CROWD WAITING FOR THE SINGLE WESTERN TOILET IN ANY COMPARTMENT - Kindly note for the future designs immediately .
Rethink on the number of passengers to travel in the sleeper coaches . NOMORE 3 TIER ?
WHO SAID RAILWAY STAFF LACK KNOWLEDGE & SKILL ; THEY WERE UNDER UTILIZED ALL ALONG . LOOK FOR BIG DAYS AHEAD IN THE INDIAN RAILWAYS . more
Though it is justified to expect similar fittings and facilities in the regular coaches with reduced capacity, the important aspects of cost viability and the railway's capabilities to introduce additional trains to accommodate the left over passengers due to introducing reduced capacity coaches have to be examined first. These apart, the railways also need to examine another important aspect of our rail tracks' capabilities of bearing the rush of additional trains.
As far as extinguishing of 3 tier coaches is concerned, these issues also depend on costing and introducing additional trains and if the railways accept the suggestions, the prices of journey in these coaches will certainly go up by minimum 50% of the present prices. Whether the passengers of these coaches capable and prepared to meet this extra cost are the important questions to consider. more
There certainly is need to have more number of toilets in a coach seating 60 - 100 pax., especially for overnight passengers. Alternatively, make coaches with lesser seating capacity.
The video shows the new flushing system. Hope the coaches have sufficient water reservoir capacities. And one couldn't see support-rods on the side-wall to hold on to. Hope the hand wash basin is not again 6 inches x 8 inches. Liquid soap dispensers, paper towels etc. are also inseparable inventory in such a toilet. A few hooks on the inside of the door to hand coats, shawls, bags etc. are generally overlooked. more
So far the loss of the Railway is concerned, it is the Railway to look back. When the trains are running fully packed, why there should be lose. All opportunities have been used to generate revenue, except reduction of staff at Officer's quarter and avoidable ammenities. We do not mind increasing the fair reasonably, if the Railway can come to profit. more