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The "Express" here is for express buses, which serve parts of the "outer" boroughs that are not well served by subways. These buses have a higher fare. Express trains in the subway system do not have a higher fare. Your fare card is checked when you swipe it in the turnstile to enter the system. Once you're in, you're in. You can stay as long as you ...


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In Berlin, the bigger problem is that there is no long-distance train station in any of the airports. In spite of the official website's rhetoric, Tegel is actually relatively poorly connected to the local and national transport networks, you need to take a bus to get anywhere, there isn't even a good S-Bahn or U-Bahn connection. Since it's much closer to ...


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Yes you can do that, but you need to create a new account. From the FAQ: Providing the expiry date of your Railcard is within 30 days you will be able to renew it. Just log back into your account. You can renew your Railcard if it is due to expire before your 26th birthday. ... ... You will not be able to renew a Railcard if its date of issue ...


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It means the station is closed. In this case, the station was closed after it was destroyed on September 11, 2001, and it has not yet been reopened. I believe it will be reopened sometime in the next few years as construction is completed on the site.


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The Mu is actually a 4 and a M. It's a special fare if you book four seats around a table at once. The fare shown is for one seat but you must book all four (e.g. for a group or family). If you have a party of four people, it can be a very good deal but you can also choose that to have the comfort of seating on your own. P is “promo” (“discount”), ...


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Long-distance and suburban trains terminate at the Roman Termini train station. From the train station, you need to change to the Metro station. Metro trains run undergound on dedicated tracks. When you disembark the train, follow the white-on-red M signs towards the Metro station. In the Metro station, you'll find ticket vending machines, then fare gates ...


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If there is no exit available to you, you can alway use the 'i' (for information) station next to the gates (shown on the right in the picture). After hitting the blue button, you should get in touch with a person stationed somewhere else, who should be able to help you.


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No, there is only cargo rail service between from Antananarivo to Antsirabe. The only public transportation options are taxi-brousse and plane.


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In the Netherlands, there are different rail cards, some group discounts and special offers but no discount for multiple/return travel. A day return costs exactly the same as a single. Except for international trains like Thalys, available fare do not change over time and reserving a specific seat is not possible so absolutely no reason not to buy single ...


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Based on the end of the line, I would say that seating on the left side is best. You would be on the lake side in Nantua and Sylans. I don't recall the first part of the journey (on the LGV Sud-Est) as particularly scenic. Upper level is nice on “Duplex” rolling stock but do note that many Lyria-branded trains are in fact single level. Furthermore, since ...


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edit: phoog beat me to the short answer, but offers less background. If you look up the 1 Train at the MTA website, you'll see that it does not stop at Cortlandt St as that station is temporarily closed. After the September 11 attacks, a number of subway stations were closed. Their treatment in subsequent maps is presented clearly on Brian Abbott's blog: ...


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Other answers show that with daytime trains you can just barely make it in one day if you drive the last leg from Valencia, or you can have a layover in Paris or Barcelona. The former Ellipsos train-hotel service between France and Spain was discontinued in December 2013 when the high-speed train line was opened. However it is still possible to leave ...


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If you really want to make it in one go it should be possible. According to Eurail the fastest itinerary you could follow from Antwerp-Central to Valencia-Terminal is the following. With this itinerary it would take you 13 hours and 45 minutes to get to Valencia. You can see at the bottom that this trip can be taken on a daily basis. It doesn't matter ...


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Yes,you have to reserve for 2nd sitting on any train in Indian Railways. The fare for the train you have asked is Rs.80 for second sitting. For more details see here.


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I contacted East Coast directly and below is the response: If a Railcard cannot be produced at the time of purchase or at any ticket examination then the full undiscounted fare will be payable as if no ticket or Railcard were held. In addition to this, a valid Railcard must be held for the full duration of both the outward and return portions of period ...


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There may be a barrier to doing the purchases online using your existing account But as it says on this page http://www.16-25railcard.co.uk/eligibility-benefits/eligibility/ You can purchase whilst 24. My recommendation would be (and what I did when I was a bit younger) to make the purchase in person at a railway station. And to purchase it as if it ...


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First apparently this line is indeed operated with TGVs and voyages-sncf says that there is a restaurant coach on these. I found the exact menu but in French (and with bad quality graphics). In short, they offer a choice (I mean there are multiple items of each type) of hot dishes and cold sandwiches, desserts, cookies, hot and cold drinks, usually packaged ...


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Thanks for your clarification. Looking at a combination of the east coast, network card, and national rail websites I believed that the restrictions that east coast impose as you referred to are time related. You linked to this page http://www.network-railcard.co.uk/terms/ which shows that east cost trains might have restrictions, I then reffered to the ...


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It is possible to get from Bucharest to Sarajevo on train - likely requiring a rather roundabout route via Budapest, Hungary and Zagreb, Croatia or even Salzburg, Austria an thus easily taking as much as 48h. A map of the railway lines in Europe may be found on the interrail website and their timetable/trip planner will provide connections and times. ...


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However if you have purchased a rail ticket it can be cancelled online. The rules are as follows Cancellation of e- tickets. The e- ticket may be booked and cancelled through internet and the refund of fare shall be credited to the customer.s account after deducting the charges applicable. In case of a confirmed e-ticket, refund of fare shall be granted ...



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