From Monday onwards, travelers in Bangalore will finally be able to take a train that goes close to the International Airport which is located outskirts of the city. Until now, passengers were dependent on Airport taxis, bus services which used to cost around INR 250 per person.

Now, South Western Railway began suburban train services to Devanahalli Station which is located near to the airport and this new service will be the first non-expensive, faster and non-road services for commuters to reach the airport. A total of 5 pairs of trains are scheduled to run from the city center to the airport with fares as low as INR 10-15 and reportedly, BMTC shuttle services will run from train station to airport with fares as low as INR10.

Speaking about this, Karnataka Chief Minister Shri BS Yediyurappa tweeted, “Starting Monday, Bengalureans can take a train to Kempegowda…

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