Pakistan Railways on Friday announced to launch two new trains that would operate on Lahore-Rawalpindi route from September 16 and 19.
According to the announcement, both trains will offer AC, Standard AC, and Economy classes.
The new trains will run on the Lahore Rawalpindi line with stops at the railway stations in Gujranwala, Gujrat, and Chaklala, according to a railway spokeswoman.
The government had previously said that when the floodwaters subsided, operations will restart on many routes.
As the flood waters in Sukkur receded, Pakistan Railways announced on Thursday that train service on the Sukkur-Lahore route will resume on September 10.
The department decided to restart running trains on the Lahore-Sukkur line, according to railroad authorities.
Additionally, routes to Rohri from Lahore, Rawalpindi, and Peshawar will be reinstated by September 10.
According to a Pakistan Railways announcement, the Khyber Mail would leave Rohri station at the scheduled hour of 5:45 am.
To go to Peshawar, the train would stop through Multan, Lahore, and Rawalpindi.