Indian Railways opens up its second sleeping pod facility at Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) in south Mumbai. The Railway authorities took this initiative to supply extra comfy, reasonably priced, and low-cost keep choices for its passengers, together with fashionable facilities. The Railways Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw tweeted its photos and shortly affirmative feedback began filling the remark part. “New-age services at your service. Sleeping Pods at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Railway Station,” his tweet learn.
This new facility is situated close to the ready room on the principle line of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Railway station. Currently, a complete of 40 pods together with 30 single pods, 6 double pods, and 4 household pods can be found. Passengers can be supplied with full privateness of their air-conditioned pods together with cellular charging services, locker room facility, hearth alarm, intercom, deluxe bathroom, and bogs. To guide your pod passengers can both do it bodily on the reception or by way of on-line mode by way of a cellular app.
The contract for growth and operation of the sleeping pods was given to Namah Enterprises, which can give license charges of Rs 10, 07,786 every year for 5 years to the railways and can earn a income of Rs 55.68 lakh. Railway authorities have supplied 131.61 sq. meters of area to have all fashionable services for the passengers to have a cushty keep at CSMT.
The pod resort on the railway terminus is developed underneath the New Innovative Non-Fare Revenue Income Scheme (NINFRIS). The first pod resort of the Indian Railways opened for passengers on November 17, 2021, on the Mumbai Central railway station of the Western Railway (WR).