Department of Railway introduced the edited railway time table recently at the Ministry of Transport and Civil Avaiation.
The railway time table was revised by the department after 11 years.
The new time table has been prepared by the Railway Departmet due to the increased number of train services, and newly added railway stations. Currently, 396 trains and 25 rail buses run daily.
Commuters will be able to buy the new time table from next month at the main railway stations according to a request made by the minister, the General Manager of Sri Lanka Railway B.A.P. Ariyarathne said.
The first print copy of the edited time table was handed over to the Minister of Transport and Civil Avaiation Nimal Siripala De Silva at the ministry.