Facilities for passengers and visitors at City Railway Station

It was very nice indeed to use the new escalator in use at the City Railway Station, yesterday. This escalator is on the side opposite the underground passage, and takes visitors up to the overbridge spanning all the platforms.


Several escalators are also under construction at some of the platforms. Though large pieces of luggage cannot be taken on them, strolleys and smaller bags can be comfortably taken. This will ease the lot of several visitors and passengers at the station.


There are also lifts at the underground passage area, but at least one of them was not working when I visited the Station yesterday. I hope sincerely that the lifts and escalators are maintained well and work properly, making the lot of visitors much better.

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