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Travel between Dehli and Lahore

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Anyone know what the current travel options are between Lahore and Dehli? Train? Bus?

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    The DTC operated a Delhi to Lahore Bus,twice a week, which began it's journey from near the Delhi Gate (Ambedkar Stadium bus stand) & travelled to Lahore, stopping at designated places enroute. It was escorted by a Delhi Police jeep, all it's way. I am not sure if the service is still available. You may need to check on current availability.
    My son represented his school at the Aitchison Chief's College, Lahore, only last month. They travelled to Amritsar by car. The car dropped them 200 yards short of the Wagah border. After going through the customs on the Indian side, they walked across the border to a waiting car, sent by the Aitchison College to pick them up.
    You could do the same, in case, the DTC bus is no longer plying. In such an eventuality, the best is to travel by the Shatabdi train, leaving New Delhi rail station at 07:20hrs, platform 1, to Amritsar. You may take a taxi from the Amritsar railway station to the Wagah border (about 30 minutes). I am not sure whether or what transport may be available on the Pakistan side.
    Happy travels!

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