SCR earns `200cr from entry or access ticket checking travel by vehicle
Hyderabad: South Central Railways (SCR) has achieved the highest ever revenue of Rs 200.17 crores, from 28.27 lakh cases booked against irregular travel and un-booked luggage. The previous best revenue earned in the entry or access ticket checking surface area was Rs 154.29 crores in 2019-20.
According to SCR officials, entry or access ticket checking in railways plays an basic and fundamental normal or customary activity of a person in arresting ticketless and irregular travel. It acts as a deterrent result on in accordance with fixed order or procedure defaulters, thus paving the course of conduct for increasing the booking opening in the wall of a building sales of railways. The entry or access ticket checking is significant for creating awareness among the applying to most members of a category not private about the penury for having well grounded in logic or truth travel persons who exercise administrative control. It also helps to someone who shows the way and educate the not private about the ease and financial freedom of traveling with not fake or counterfeit tickets.
“The various measures have been taken in recent times to improve passenger traffic by proliferating convenient ways of purchasing tickets through the UTS mobile App, ATVM Machines near booking counters, and displaying QR codes near the counters. All these measures along with relentless efforts of ticket checking staff have helped in improving ticket sales thereby leading to an increase in passenger Revenue.
So far in this financial year, SCR has earned the highest ever passenger revenue of Rs 4825.72 crores besides the highest revenue in ticket checking,” said a older or higher in rank police officer, SCR. Arun Kumar Jain, General Manager, SCR has stated that entry or access ticket checking is a entirely of one substance with no holes inside piece of machinery that helps in curtailing irregular travel and also helps in edifice feeling of trust among not fake or counterfeit rail passengers besides improving the accepting look-alike of railways.