NDLS SHATABDI 12001 train running status

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Runs Daily
StationScheduled TimeActualDelay
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Rani Kamlapati (RKMP)
0 km (day 1)
Starts
No Delay
Bhopal Jn (BPL)
6 km (day 1)
19 intermediate stations
No Delay
(Expected)
Bina Jn (BINA)
145 km (day 1)
6 intermediate stations
No Delay
(Expected)
Lalitpur (LAR)
208 km (day 1)
12 intermediate stations
No Delay
(Expected)
Virangana Lakshmibai Jhansi Jn (VGLJ)
298 km (day 1)
11 intermediate stations
No Delay
(Expected)
Gwalior Jn (GWL)
396 km (day 1)
5 intermediate stations
No Delay
(Expected)
Morena (MRA)
434 km (day 1)
3 intermediate stations
No Delay
(Expected)
Dhaulpur (DHO)
461 km (day 1)
3 intermediate stations
No Delay
(Expected)
Agra Cantt (AGC)
514 km (day 1)
8 intermediate stations
No Delay
(Expected)
Mathura Jn (MTJ)
568 km (day 1)
24 intermediate stations
No Delay
(Expected)
New Delhi (NDLS)
709 km (day 1)
Ends
No Delay
(Expected)

NDLS SHATABDI 12001 live running status & days of operation

NDLS SHATABDI (12001) runs from Rani Kamlapati (RKMP) to New Delhi (New Delhi).It has classes executive class (EC), chair car (CC).It is a superfast train and covers a distance of 709 kms in 8 hr 40 min.This train runs on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun.It has 102 halts.This train runs with an and does not have a pantry car.Final chart for 12001 is prepared usually 3-4 hours before train departure time or a day before if train departs early morning.

Average delay of 12001 NDLS SHATABDI

NDLS SHATABDI departs from Rani Kamlapati at 15:10 pm with an average delay of No Delay and arrives at at 23:50 pm with an average delay of No Delay.The average delay of 12001 is calculated by averaging the actual delay of last 7 days.You can also check PNR status for tickets booked in NDLS SHATABDI.
Bhopal Shatabdi was considered to be fastest train in India until Gatimaan Express was launched in April, 2016. It still retains its number 2 position in fastest trains category. Started running on tracks on Nov 14,1988 - Bhopal Shatabdi was the first ever Shatabdi train in India. It was introduced to commemorate birth century of our first Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru by the then Railway Minister Madhavrao Scindia.