Lahore-Wagah shuttle train service resumes operation after 22 years

  • The shuttle train service between Lahore and Wagah railway station resumed operation on 15 December 2019 after a gap of 22 years. The train would complete three round trips daily as well as will provide the travelling facility to over 1,000 passengers in three trips.
  • The train service was operational between Wagah to Lahore since the partition of India in 1947 till 1997 but was closed due to certain operational and security reasons.

Key Highllights

  • The shuttle train service would provide hassle-free commute to hundreds of visitors intending to visit Jallo Park, a Wildlife park in Lahore or witness flag hoisting and lowering ceremony at Wagah.
  • The fare has been fixed at Pakistani Rupee (PKR) 30.
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