Explore data for over 3,500 train stations on the Indian Railways with our interactive data visualization. Learn about the traffic, connectivity, routes and more for trains across India.
Railway booking data (Help in planning of new route and introduction of new trains)
Data of actual train arrival times vis-a-vis their estimated time. Analyzing to help public pick trains that are not frequently late or on time most of the times. Thanks (Building an app to help pick trains to book for journey to public)
Reservation Data of Indian Railways consisting of following (for Research work at IIT Kanpur) - 1. Only for Howrah Delhi route 2. Number of Bookings in each class under each quota for each date for a given period of one month (say Dec 1, 2017 to dec 31, 2017) and base fare for each booking. 3. Number of bookings in each class in each quota for all given pair of stations.
Train time table and tickets
arrival and departed time of all train with non-stopping station (on website they don't display time of non-stopping station) of last 5-10 years.
We want to build a project based on train delay so that we made a app that help people to find best trains
Schedule of goods train and other pertinent data like arrival, departure, delay, route, etc.
Working expense is the expenditure incurred in connection with the administration, operation, maintenance and repairs of lines opened for traffic. This also includes appropriation to Pension Fund and the contribution made to the Depreciation Reserve Fund to meet the cost of replacements and renewals.
Wagon usage statistics throw adequate light on most economic and judicious use of wagon available with the system. To ensure that the carrying capacity is fully utilised, move as much as possible and remain in good fettle, the following wagon usage statistics are compiled - (i) Wagon kilometres per wagon day figure is arrived at by dividing the kilometrage run by loaded and empty wagons, excluding brake vans and empty departmental wagons, by the wagon days. Wagon days are worked out by multiplying the average number of wagons on line daily by the number of days.