Pakistan Railway (PR) is the route towards a comeback it gives the impression. The national railroad department announced that it had earned Rs. 100 million worth money through the electronic ticketing system. The news comes from the Minister of Railway, Khawaja Saad Rafique, who says that PR sold e-tickets worth Rs. 100 million money inside two months of the electronic ticketing system’s dispatch. Sources from PR indicate that the department sold 8,500 e-tickets. They were sold through different means including credit cards, debit cards, UBL Omni and mobile records. You can book an advance online in 51 cities crosswise over Pakistan for 24 trains.
The information from PR demonstrates that people from remote and little areas really benefited the most from this system. The Railway Minister congratulated the employees of PR and described this achievement as the ushering in of a new era of modernization and development for the department.
Electronic Ticketing System Coming to Quetta Soon
He directed the IT department of PR to introduce the electronic ticketing system in the city of Quetta too. Especially Akbar Bugti Express, Jaffer Express, and Bolan Mail. He ordered them to do this inside one month as Quetta is one of the most vital cities in Pakistan. Thundering about the dispatch of an electronic ticketing system started back in June this year. The system will help reduce debasement and will ensure that the staff booking tickets does not charge a premium for a specific seat or for booking an early payment from a faraway area. The new system additionally minimizes the holding up time to get a ticket, as you should not really go to a railroad station and remain in the queue with the goal that you can purchase a ticket.
Nevertheless, it is hoped that the success of the electronic ticketing system will help Pakistan Railways PR to earn a positive balance sheet eventually. Pakistan Railways had been going into misfortune simply like the national airline PIA. Furthermore, CPEC projects are likewise expected to help Pakistan Railways get back on track too.