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Indian Railways introduces OCR Kiosk Machines for quick printing of tickets booked through UTS Mobile App for suburban commuters

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Indian continues to take steps based on new technology to facilitate execution of its various activities. It has now been decided to introduce modern (OCR) Kiosk Machines for quick & of tickets booked through UTS App for by suburban commuters.

(Hqrs. Mumbai) becomes first railway zone to introduce this facility for its suburban commuters of This new facility will make printing of tickets much simpler and quicker.

Under this facility just by simply placing the screen of mobile phone displaying the of the ticket booked through UTS Mobile App in the designated slot provided in the Kiosk machine and the machine will simply read the and print ticket immediately.

In the first phase, 25 have been planned by for installation, out of which 20 have been installed and became functional w.e.f today i.e. 11th January, 2018 on five Suburban Stations of namely Churchgate (1 Kiosk), Dadar (6 Kiosks), Bandra (3 Kiosks), Andheri (5 Kiosks), and Borivali (5 Kiosks). In addition, installation of five more at Churchgate is under process and will be installed shortly.

The use of these will facilitate the passengers to get print-out of tickets booked through UTS mobile app and also reduce the queues at booking counters/ATVM machines thereby promoting transactions through UTS mobile app. Presently, passengers have to feed their mobile number and booking ID received on their mobiles, in the ATVM machines to get their tickets printed or get it through UTS counter. This new facility of simply placing the screen displaying the in the designated slot provided in the Kiosk will also reduce the time of printing of tickets as the machine will simply read the and print tickets immediately.

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First Published: Thu, January 11 2018. 16:18 IST
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