Tejas means "sharp", "lustre" and "brilliance" in many Indian languages. Tejas Express is India’s first semi-high speed full Air-Conditioned train introduced by Indian Railways, featuring newer modern on-board facilities and automatic doors. The train will run at an average speed of 130 km/h (81 mph) but will be allowed to touch 180 km/h (110 mph) on some sections. Coaches have bio-vacuum toilets, water level indicators, tap sensors, hand dryers, integrated braille displays, LED TV for each passenger with phone sockets, local cuisine, celebrity chef menu, WiFi, tea and coffee vending machines, magazines, snack tables, CCTV cameras, fire & smoke detection and suppression system. At this location near Chiplun on a fine morning, Mumbai to Goa Tejas express with matching livery WDP-3A locomotive negotiates a large curve through the farms.