Rlys plans to speed up, slash journey time to B'luru by half
The Times of India Hyderabad|November 26, 2021
SCR to prepare DPR for boosting speeds on the B’luru-Hyd route.

Train travel from Bengaluru to Chennai and Hyderabad is likely to get faster as the railways is planning to increase speed on the routes to 160 kmph. This means travel time between Bengaluru and Hyderabad (632km) is expected to come down to 5-7 hours from the current 10-12 hours. Similarly, travel time to Chennai (362km) may reduce to 3-4 hours from 5-6 hours.

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