Mysuru Express, a Braille-embedded train, has been recently introduced in India. The metallic Braille signage provided on the coaches of the bi-weekly express helps visually impaired passengers to find their seats and berths. In case of an emergency, the Braille signage helps blind people locate alarm chains and emergency windows with operating instructions. Using the special features, visually-challenged passengers can go to the toilet and even travel alone without assistance. The Mysuru Railway Station has also installed tactile maps and a train itinerary signboard to provide train schedules in Braille.