Bengaluru: 11 more stations hike platform ticket price to restrict entry of non-travelers

Team Udayavani, Oct 21, 2020, 2:04 PM IST

Bengaluru: The South Western Railway hiked the price of platform tickets by five times to Rs 50 at 11 more stations in the Bengaluru division to “restrict the entry of non-travelers at railway stations” due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The revised prices will be in effect from Wednesday at KR Puram, Bangarapet, Tumakuru, Hosur, Dharmapuri, Kengeri, Mandya, Hindupur, Penukonda, Yelahanka, Banaswadi, Carmelaram, and Whitefield railway stations. This will continue till November 10, SWR officials said.

Earlier, on September 10, platform ticket prices were raised from Rs 10 to 50 at KSR Bengaluru, Yeshwantpur, and Bangalore Cantonment railway stations, citing the same reason.

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