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Dhaka Tribune

Online train ticket sale begins

Online tickets will only be available for trains starting from March 26 to 29

Update : 25 Mar 2022, 06:20 PM

The sale of online tickets of Bangladesh Railway for March 26 to 29 resumed at 6pm on Friday, after remaining suspended from March 21 to facilitate the handover of responsibilities to a new service provider.

However, the Railways Ministry on Thursday issued a notification on the relaunch of the online ticketing system through “Shohoz” from March 26.

The notification said, on Friday, only tickets for inter-city trains of 77 listed stations starting from March 26 will be available on the computerized system of “Shohoz-Synesis-Vinsen JV’ or online. 

No tickets for trains starting on Friday will be available online.

The five-day advance ticket for trains operating from March 26 to 29 will be available on Friday online, it said. 

From 8am Saturday, online and offline ticket issuing of the railways will resume as before.

However, tickets will not be available on mobile apps for now, passengers will be able to buy online tickets by visiting

Tickets for trains operating from March 21 to 25 have been sold manually from the counters.

A five-year agreement was signed with “Shohoz-Synesis-Vinsen JV” on February 15 to operate the ticketing system of the Bangladesh Railway. 

Earlier, CNS was involved in the work.

In order to re-activate the computer ticketing system by “Shohoz” at 77 stations, it required five days.

Under the agreement, “Shohoz-Synesis-Vinsen JV” will initially operate the existing CCSRTS system that will be replaced by BRITS in the next 18 months.

About 90,000 train tickets are issued daily while about 2.7 million monthly through computers. About 50% of these tickets are being issued online or through mobile apps.

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