The train runs at a speed of 160 km per hour, covering the 184 kilometre distance between Delhi and Agra in 105-110 minutes.
Like planes, passengers of Gatimaan Express, India's first semi-high speed train, will be ushered to their seats by train hostesses.
Hotspot devices have been installed at coaches to access multimedia services by passengers free of cost directly on their smartphones, tablets or laptops.
The passenger amenities have been enhanced by providing better catering service, improved coach interiors with wide windows, bio-toilets.
Railways has prepared special menu for its passengers on board Gatimaan Express. There will be two sets of menu for vegetarian and non-vegetarian passengers apart from cakes and wafers.
The train will have a high-power emergency braking system, automatic fire alarm, GPS-based passenger information system and sliding doors in the coaches.
Since the fare will be 25 per cent higher than Shatabdi Express, catering services in Gatimaan Express is also expected to be better.
Train will start its journey from Nizamuddin at 8.10 AM to reach Agra at 9.50 AM. In the return, the Gatimaan Express will depart from Agra at 5.50 PM to reach Nizamuddin at 7.30 PM.