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|Service type||Intercity Express|
|Status||Weekly 6 Days (Monday OFF)|
|First service||16 March 1986; 37 years ago|
|Current operator(s)||Bangladesh Railway|
|Termini|| Kamalapur railway station |
Dewanganj bazar railway station
|Distance travelled||212 K.M.(132 Mile)|
|Average journey time||5 Hours, 10 Minutes|
|Line(s) used||Metre Gauge|
|Class(es)||CHAIR, AC, FIRST CLASS|
|Seating arrangements||AC_S, F_SEAT, SNIGDHA,S_CHAIR|
|Baggage facilities||Overhead Rac|
|Other facilities||Prayer Place, Canteen|
|Track gauge||1,000 mm (3 ft 3+3⁄8 in)|
|Track owner(s)||Bangladesh Railway|
The Tista Express (Train numbers 707/708) is a scheduled train of the Bangladesh Railway, operating between Dhaka and Dewanganj Upazila Weekly off day is Monday.A high-speed inter-city train operated by Bangladesh Railways. It runs from Kamalapur railway station in Dhaka to Dewanganj railway station. The train is a red-green Indonesian air brake. The load of the train is 18/36. This train connects the 4 districts of Dhaka, Gazipur, Mymensingh, and Jamalpur on a journey. Dhaka to Dewanganj train schedule Tista Express takes 5 hours and 10 minutes from Dhaka to Dewanganj.
|Train No||Train Name||Off Day||Departure||Arrive||Off Day|
|707||Tista Express||Dhaka to Dewanganj||7.30 AM||11.29 AM||Monday|
|708||Tista Express||Dewanganj to Dhaka||2:55 PM||8:25 PM|
তিস্তা এক্সপ্রেস ট্রেনের স্টপেজ গুলি হচ্ছে | Tista Express Stoppage :
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