Long Distance | Regional Trains
A long-distance train travels between cities and regions of a country, and at times crosses various countries. The first train engineered by Richard Trevithick, emerged in the year 1804. Types of long-distance trains include high-speed rail, inter-city trains, regional trains, and higher-speed rail. Regional trains, also known as local trains and stopping trains, connect towns and cities, and serve small urban areas and rural communities. These trains operate beyond the limits of urban areas, and their services are able to meet the demand of less accessible areas. Long-distance trains typically have a dining car and a sleeping car allowing its passengers to be fully comfortable during their journey.