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The Indian Railways is looking to shorten the commute from Mumbai to Pune, Nashik, and Vadodara, and make daily travel to these cities feasible. On Wednesday, Rajesh Agarwal, member of the Railway Board (Rolling Stock), said that they will soon be conducting trials on an indigenously-produced Mainline Electric Multiple Unit (MEMU) rake, which has been built along the lines of Train 18, used as the Vande Bharat Express. Mr. Agarwal said, “The Vande Bharat Express has been able to reduce travel time between Delhi and Varanasi by around 40%. We can see what kind of time savings we can get from the MEMU rake once the trials are completed.” The trials will also yield an estimate of whether a Mumbai-Vadodara trip can be achieved within four hours or a Mumbai-Pune or Mumbai-Nashik trip can be completed within two hours, and multiple trips can run through the day.

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