The World Bank's consultants in Dubai have completed their advisory to Pakistan Railways, Planning Commission of Pakistan, and Finance Ministry on how to improve the rusting train service. The two-day videoconference among the participants in Dubai, Islamabad, and Lahore concluded Friday. The meeting tracked all the issues that have so far been red-signalling Pakistan Railways and even causing it to run off the rails. According to sources in the Railways Headquarters, the World Bank team has advised them to significantly enhance the passengers and goods fares, check corrupt practices and stop the trains running in losses. It is hoped that World Bank's advice will go a long way in helping Pakistan improve its train service if they are paid heed.