Transportation opening Outlets for Booking Train Tickets in Baghdad & Provinces 7/26
Transportation announces the opening of outlets for booking tickets trains offices in Baghdad and the provinces
Alsumaria News / Baghdad - Announced the Ministry of Transport , Sunday, the opening of several outlets for booking tickets trains offices in Baghdad and the provinces, he attributed the reason to the winning momentum by travelers on reservations ticketing offices.
The ministry said in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of it, "in the light of the momentum by travelers on reservations ticketing offices in Baghdad and the provinces for the purpose of absorption that momentum Iraqi railways began opening several outlets booking tickets cut in Baghdad and the provinces."
She added, that "those ports operate from the beginning of the official working until the last flight of the new trains date (DMU) rising and descending toward Iraq's provinces, where the train departs from Baghdad Central Station toward the province of Basra at around seven in the evening, while the other train leaves at nine o'clock evening ".
The ministry explained that "the train starts from Basra train station (stronghold) toward Baghdad at half past seven o'clock in the evening, while the second train leaves at half past nine o'clock in the evening."
The ministry pointed out that "Basra - Karbala train leaves Basra train station every Saturday at eight o'clock in the morning, and stems from the Karbala station at nine in the morning towards the province of Basra."
She said, "Transport Minister Baqir al-Zubaidi was his utmost attention to providing the best services to travelers on board the new trains (DMU) and emerging calamity, as well as the continued emphasis on the transfer of pilgrims, which runs from the southern provinces of Basra passing trains."
The Ministry of Transport announced in (27 May 2015), that its minister Bayan Jabr face the conduct of train travelers from Basra to Karbala on Thursday and Saturday of each week, indicating that it aims to serve pilgrims.