Friday, October 12, 2012

Railways launch Rail Radar to track train movement on Google map

The Railways has launched an online application which allows the public to track movement of trains. The application, known as Rail Radar, is an interactive map on search engine google that can help passengers locate about 6,500 trains on real-time basis on both internet and their cell phones.

The application started by the Centre for Railway Information Systems -CRIS can be accessed through the railway website - ( ). Application will help users to find the exact geographical location of trains. To know the current status of a train, a passenger can enter a train name or number and the system will inform whether the train is delayed or running on time.
Click here to view Rail Radar