7 October 2017

32 Weekly Special Trains between Yesvantpur – Visakhapatnam and Puducherry – Santragachi

32 weekly tatkal special trains between Yesvantpur - Visakhapatnam and Puducherry –Santragachi (Kolkata) special fare special trains will be run as detailed below:-

1. Train No. 06579/06580 Yesvantpur – Visakhapatnam - Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal Special Trains (16 services):

Train No. 06579 Yesvantpur - Visakhapatnam Weekly Tatkal special train will depart Yesvantpur at 18:35 hrs on 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th October, 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th November, 2017 (Fridays) and arrive Visakhapatnam at 14:35 hrs on the next day.

In the return direction, Train No. 06580 Visakhapatnam - Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal special train will depart Visakhapatnam at 13:45 hrs on 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th October, 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th November, 2017 (Sundays) and arrive Yesvantpur at 09:05 hrs on the next day.

Enroute, these tatkal special trains will stop at Banasavadi, Krishnarajapuram, Whitefield, Bangarpet, Kuppam, Jollarpettai, Katpadi, Renigunta, Gudur, Nellore, Ongole, Chirala, Tenali, Vijayawada, Eluru, Rajahmundry, Samalkot, Anakapalle and Duvvada stations in both the directions.

These special trains will consist of 13 coaches viz., one AC II Tier, two AC III Tier, eight Sleeper Class and two Luggage cum Brake Van coaches.

2. Train No. 06010/06009 Puducherry – Santragachi - Puducherry Special fare Special Trains (15 services):

Train No. 06010 Puducherry-Santragachi (Kolkata) Special fare Special Train will depart Puducherry at 19:15 hrs on 7th, 21st, 28th October, 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th November, 2017 (Saturdays) and arrive Santragachi at 04:30 hrs on Mondays.

In the return direction, Train No. 06009 Santragachi (Kolkata) -Puducherry Special fare Special Train will depart Santragachi at 14:10 hrs on 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th October, 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th November, 2017 (Mondays) and arrive Puducherry at 20:15 hrs on Tuesdays.

Enroute these special trains will stop at Villupuram, Chengalpattu, Tambaram, Chennai Egmore, Gudur, Nellore, Ongole, Chirala, Tenali, Vijayawada, Eluru, Tadepalligudem, Rajahmundry, Samalkot, Duvvada, Vizianagaram, Srikakulam Road, Palasa, Brahmapur, Khurda Road, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Bhadrak, Balasore and Kharagpur stations in both the directions.

These trains will have 17 coaches viz, one AC II Tier, one AC III Tier, seven Sleeper Class, six General Second Class and two Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.

3. Train No. 82612 Puducherry – Santragachi Suvidha Special Train (01Trip):

Train No. 82612 Puducherry-Santragachi (Kolkata) Suvidha Special Train will depart Puducherry at 19:15 hrs on 14thOctober, 2017 (Saturday) and arrive Santragachi at 04:30 hrs on Monday.

Enroute this special train will stop at Villupuram, Chengalpattu, Tambaram, Chennai Egmore, Gudur, Nellore, Ongole, Chirala, Tenali, Vijayawada, Eluru, Tadepalligudem, Rajahmundry, Samalkot, Duvvada, Vizianagaram, Srikakulam Road, Palasa, Brahmapur, Khurda Road, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Bhadrak, Balasore and Kharagpur stations.

This train will have 17 coaches viz, one AC II Tier, one AC III Tier, seven Sleeper Class, six General Second Class and two Luggage cum Brake Van Coaches.
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Train No. 77286/77287 Tenali-Vijayawada DEMU Passenger cancelled from 6th to 19th October, 2017

Due to Traffic Block between Peddavadlapudi - Duggirala station on Vijayawada-Gudur section from 6th to 19th October, 2017, the following trains will be cancelled as detailed below:-
Trains Cancelled:
1. Train No. 77286 Tenali-Vijayawada DEMU Passenger is cancelled from 6th to 19th October, 2017.
2. Train No. 77287 Vijayawada-Tenali DEMU Passenger is cancelled from 6th to 19th October, 2017.
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One Special Train From Chennai Central to Pune on 7th October, 2017

Train No. 06080 Chennai Central – Pune special fare special train will depart Chennai Central at 20:00 hrs on 7th October, 2017 (Saturday) and arrive Pune at 17:45 hrs on Sunday.

Enroute, this special train will stop at Arakkonam, Renigunta, Kadapa, Guntakal, Raichur, Wadi and Solapur stations.
This special train will consist of 4 Second Sleeper Class, 9 Second General and one Luggage cum Brake van Coaches.
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Augmentation of Extra Coaches to Vijayawada-Dharmavaram-Vijayawada Express

In order to provide travelling facility for passengers, South Central Railway will temporarily augment of Vijayawada-Dharmavaram-Vijayawada Express with additional Coaches as detailed below:-

1.Train No. 17215 Vijayawada-Dharmavaram Express will be augmented with two General Second    Class from 2nd October, 2017.

2.   Train No. 17216 Dharmavaram-Vijayawada Express will be augmented with two General Second              Class from 3rd October, 2017.
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18 Special Trains between Chennai Central and Santragachi

Train No. 06058 Chennai Central - Santragachi Special Fare Train will depart Chennai Central at 15:15 hrs on 4th, 11th , 18th , 25th October, 1st , 8th, 15th , 22nd , and 29th November, 2017 (Wednesdays) and arrive Santragachi at 19:00 hrs o­n Thursdays.

In the return direction, Train No. 06057 Santragachi- Chennai Central Special Fare Train will depart Santragachi at 23:50 hrs o­n 5th , 12th ,19th, 26th October, 2nd , 9th , 16th , 23rd and 30th November, 2017 (Thursdays) and arrive Chennai Central at 05:30 hrs o­n Saturdays.

Enroute these special trains will stop at Gudur, Nellore, o­ngole, Vijayawada, Eluru, Rajahmundry, Samalkot, Anakapalle, Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram, Brahmapur, Khurda Road, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Bhadrak, Balasore and Kharagpur stations in both the directions.

These trains will have AC II Tier, II Sleeper, II General and Luggage cum Brakevan Coaches.

*All These above trains will run as special fare trains.
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Revised Coach Composition of Train.no.12025/12026Pune – Secunderabad – Pune Shatabdi express

Due to operational reasons Train.no.12025/12026Pune – Secunderabad – Pune Shatabdi express will be run with revised composition o­n temporary measure as `detailed below:
1.From 4th October to 22nd October, 2017 ex. Pune and Secunderabad Shatabdi express will run with eight AC Chair Car coaches and o­ne AC Executive Chair Car Coach.

2.From 23rd October to 30th November, 2017 ex. Pune and Secunderabad Shatabdi express will run with seven AC Chair Car coaches and o­ne AC Executive Chair Car Coach.
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Continuation of Yesvantpur-Visakhapatnam-Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal Express Special and Yesvantpur-Pandharpur-Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal Special

Yesvantpur-Visakhapatnam-Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal Express Special

Railway has decided to continue the service of Train No. 06579/06580, Yesvantpur-Visakhapatnam-Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal Express Special for 08 more trips in each directionto clear extra rush of passengers.

Accordingly, Train No. 06579, Yesvantpur-Visakhapatnam Weekly Tatkal Express Special will depart from Yesvantpur at 18:35 hours on every Friday, with effect from 06th October, 2017 to 24th November, 2017 (Total 08 trips), and reach Visakhapatnam at 14:35 hours the next day.

In return direction, Train No. 06580, Visakhapatnam-Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal Express Special will depart from Visakhapatnam at 13:45 hours on every Sunday, with effect from 08th October, 2017 to 26th November, 2017 (Total 08 trips), and reach Yesvantpur at 09:05 hours the next day.

Enroute, the train has stoppages at Banasavadi, Krishnarajapuram, Whitefield, Bangarpet, Kuppam, Jolarpettai, Katpadi, Renigunta, Gudur, Nellore, Ongole, Chirala, Tenali, Vijayawada, Eluru, Rajamundry, Samalkot, Anakapalle and Duvvada in both directions.

The train composition will have 13 coaches comprising of ONE AC-2 tier coach, TWO AC-3 tier coaches, EIGHT Second class Sleeper coaches and TWO Second Class Luggage-cum-Brakevan with Disabled friendly compartment.

Yesvantpur-Pandharpur-Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal Special

Railway has decided to continue the service of Train No. 06541/06542, Yesvantpur- Pandharpur- Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal Specialfor 04 more trips in each direction to clear extra rush of passengers.

Accordingly, Train No. 06541, Yesvantpur- Pandharpur Weekly Tatkal Specialwill leave Yesvantpur at 18:00 hours on every Thursday, with effect from 05th October, 2017 to 26th October, 2017 (Total 04 trips), and reach Pandharpur at 11:35 hours the next day.

In return direction, Train No. 06542, Pandharpur-Yesvantpur Weekly Tatkal Special will leave Pandharpur at 13:35 hours on every Friday, with effect from 06th October, 2017 to 27th October, 2017 (04 trips),and reach Yesvantpur at 06:20 hours the next day.

Enroute, the train has stoppages at Tumakuru, Arsikere, Davangere, Hubballi, Dharwad, Belagavi, Ghataprabha, Kudachi, Miraj, Kavathe Mahankal, Dhalgaon and Sangole in both directions.


The train composition will have ONE First Class AC Coah, ONE AC-2 tier coach, FOURAC-3 tier coaches, TEN Second class Sleeper coaches, TWO General Second class Coachesand TWO Second Class Luggage-cum-Brakevan with Disabled friendly compartment.
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Train No. 02649 Yesvantpur – Hazrat Nizamauddin Superfast Special Train on 10th October, 2017

Train No. 02649 Yesvantpur – Hazrat Nizamauddin Superfast Special Train on special fare departs Yesvantpur at 22:00 hrs. on 10th October, 2017 (Tuesday) and reaches Hazrat Nizamauddin at 09:15 hrs. on 12th October, 2017 (Thursday). Enroute, the train on Wednesday arrives/departs Dharmavaram at 00:40/00:45 Hrs., Kurnool City at 04:25/04:27 Hrs., Kacheguda at 08:20/08.30 Hrs., Ballarshah at 14:05/14:15 Hrs., Nagpur at 17:05/17:15 Hrs., Bhopal at 22:55/23:05 Hrs. and on Thursday arrives/departs Jhansi at 02:50/03:00 Hrs.

The Train Composition will have 16 coaches comprising of Eight Second Class Sleeper Coaches, Seven Second Class Coaches and One Luggage cum Break-van.
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Mega Block on Central Railway on 08.10.2017

Central Railway will operate Mega Block on its suburban sections for carrying out maintenance work on 08.10.2017

KALYAN -THANE UP FAST LINE FROM 11.15 AM TO 4.15 PM

Up fast services leaving Kalyan from 11.00 am to 4.21 pm will be diverted on Up slow line between Kalyan and Thane stations halting at all stations and further re-diverted on Up fast line between Thane and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai halting at Mulund Bhandup, Vikhroli, Ghatkopar, Kurla, Dadar and Byculla stations and will arrive destination 20 minutes behind schedule.

Dn fast services leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai from 10.08 am to 2.42 pm will halt at Ghatkopar, Vikhroli,Bhandup and Mulund stations in addition to their respective scheduled halts and will arrive destination 15 minutes behind schedule.
Passenger Train
Train No. 50104 Ratnagiri-Dadar passenger will be terminated at Diva station and Train No. 50103 Dadar-Ratnagiri Passenger will leave from Diva station on 08.10.2017. Up Mail/Express trains arriving Mumbai during the block period will arrive 20-30 minutes behind schedule

CSMT-CHUNABHATTI/BANDRA DN HARBOUR LINE FROM 11.40 AM TO 4.40 PM


CHUNABHATTI/BANDRA-CSMT UP HARBOUR LINE FROM 11.10 AM TO 4.10 PM

All Dn Harbour line services to Vashi/Belapur/Panvel leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai from 11.34 am to 4.47 pm and Dn Harbour line services to BandralAndheri leaving

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai from 9.56 am to 4.43 pm will remain suspended

All Up Harbour line services for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai leaving Panvel/BelapurVashi from 9.53 am to 3.20 pm and

Up Harbour line services for Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai leaving Bandra/Andheri from 10.45 am to 5.09 pm will remain suspended

However, Special services will be run between Panvel and Kurla (Platform No.8) during the block period

Harbour line passengers are permitted to travel via Main Line and Western Railway from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
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Night Traffic and Power Block Between Sandhurst Road and Currey Road stations on 07/08/-10.2017 (Saturday- Sunday Mid-night)

Central Railway will operate a special traffic and power block betweer Sandhurst Road and Currey Road stations on all four lines (Main Line) from 23.40 Hrs. of07.10.2017 to 05.10 Hrs.of 08.10.2017 (Sat-Sun night) for launching of plate girder at Chamar lane FOB at Byculla

Diversion of Suburban Services:

Dn slow line services leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus from 23.30 Hrs. of 07.10.2017 to 05.00 Hrs. of 08.10.2017 will be diverted on Dn fast line between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and Parel stations.

Up slow line services to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus leaving Parel from 23.18 Hrs. of 07.10.2017 to 05.09 Hrs. of 08.10.2017 will be diverted on Up fast line between Parel and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus stations.
UP & Dn slow line services will not be available at Masjid, Sandhurst Road, Chinchpokli and Currey Road stations

Cancellation/Partial cancellation of suburban services

Dn services
CSMT-Kalyan local leaving CSMT at 21.54 Hrs.on 07.10.2017
CSMT-Kurla locals leaving CSMT at 23.25 Hrs. & 23.48 Hrs. on 07.10.2017&
CSMT-Thane local leaving CSMT at 23.39 Hrs. on 07.10.2017 will remain cancelled
Up services
Dombivi-CSMT local leaving Dombivli at 21.59 Hrs. will be terminated at Kurla
Dombivi-CSMT local leaving Dombivli at 22.18 Hrs. will be terminated at Thane.
Kalyan-CSMT local leaving Kalyan at 23.05 Hrs. will remain cancelled 8
Badlapur-CSMT local leaving Badlapur at 23.50 Hrs will be terminated at Dadar
Up Mail /Express trains arriving CSMT will arrive 10 to 15 minutes behind schedule during the block period.

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Digital Payment Discount of 0.5 % on Season Tickets extended upto 31.03.2018

Digital Payment Discount of 0.5 % o­n Season Tickets extended upto 31.03.2018


Indian Railways have offered to its esteemed customers of suburban sections a discount of 0.5% o­n purchase of Season Tickets ( Monthly, Quarterly, Half Yearly and Yearly) over suburban section for the payment made through digital means i.e through debit cards, credit cards etc. Now, this discount offer is extended upto 31.03.2018.

Passengers are requested to note this and  may get this discount offer through digital payment.
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12 Diwali Festival Weekly Special Trains between Sainagar Shirdi and Okha

Railways will run 12 Diwali Festival Weekly Special trains between Sainagar Shirdi and Okha to clear the extra rush of passengers during summer season. The details are as under:



Train No. 09563 weekly special train will leave Sainagar Shirdi at 22.25 hrs o­n every Wednesday from 11.10.2017 to 15.11.2017(6 Trips) and arrive Okha at 22.00 hrs next  day.

Train No. 09564 weekly special train will leave Okha at 17.00 hrs o­n every Tuesday from 10.10.2017 to 14.11.2017 (6 trips) and arrive Sainagar Shirdi at 20.00 hrs o­n next day.

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 Halts: Kopargaon, Manmad, Nasik Road, Igatpuri, Kalyan, Vasai Road, Vapi, Surat, Vadodara, Anand, Nadiad, Ahmedabad, Viramgaon, Surendranagar, Wankaner, Rajkot, Hapa, Jamnagar, Khambalia and Dwaraka

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Composition: Two AC-2 Tier, Three AC-3 tier, 10 Sleeper Class, 3 General second class and 3 General second class cum Guards’ brake van.



Reservation:  Bookings for Special Train 09563on special charges will open at all PRS locations and o­n website www.irctc.co.in from 07.10.2017.

 3 General Second Class and 3 General Second Class cum Guards’ brake van in these special trains will run as unreserved coaches.

Tickets can be booked through UTS system for unreserved coaches in special trains.
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thirteen pairs of weekly Special trains between Santragachi and Chennai Central during the period from 04.10.17 to 28.12.17

Diwali and Winter season, South Eastern Railway has decided to run thirteen pairs of weekly Special trains between Santragachi and Chennai Central during the period from 04.10.17 to 28.12.17.

  06057 Santragachi-Chennai Central Special leaving Santragachi at 23.50 hrs every Thursday will reach Chennai Central at 05.30 hrs o­n Saturday. In the opposite direction, 06058 Chennai Central-Santragachi Special leaving Chennai Central at 15.15 hrs every Wednesday will arrive Santragachi at 19.00 hrs, the next day.

  The Special trains consisting of two AC 3-Tier, ten Sleeper Class and two general second Class coaches will have stoppages at Kharagpur, Balasore,  Bhadrak, Cuttack, Bhubaneswar, Khurda Road, Brahmapur, Vizianagaram, Visakhapatnam, Anakapalle, Samalkot, Rajahmundry, Eluru, Vijayawada, o­ngle, Nellore and Gudur stations enroute.        
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CHANGE IN DAYS OF RUN OF 22891/22892 HOWRAH-RANCHI-HOWRAH INTERCITY EXPRESS

It has been decided that with immediate effect, the days of run of 22891/22982 Howrah-Ranchi-Howrah Intercity Express via Tatanagar will be changed as under:

22891/22892 Howrah-Ranchi-Howrah Intercity Express will now run o­n Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday both from Howrah and Ranchi instead of Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

                       

     However, there will be no change in existing timings and stoppages of the train
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RESTORATION OF DIGHA-NEW JALPAIGURI-DIGHA PAHARIA EXPRESS

It has been decided that, the following trains which were cancelled due to flood in North Bengal & Assam area will be restored:

·15721 Digha-New Jalpaiguri Paharia Express w.e.f 21.10.17 from Digha.

·15722 New Jalpaiguri-Digha Paharia Express w.e.f o­n 20.10.17 from New Jalpaiguri

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CANCELLATION OF TRAIN SERVICES

The following train services are cancelled due to heavy rains and flooding of railway tracks and the resultant disruption in train services in North-East Frontier Railway.


A.Trains towards Southern Railway that are cancelled:

1.Train No.12552 Kamakhya – Yesvantpur (via Chennai Central) express, scheduled to leave Kamakhya o­n 11.10.2017.
2.Train No.15630 Guwahati – Chennai Egmore express, scheduled to leave Guwahati 13.10.2017.
3.Train No.22612 New Jalpaiguri – Chennai Central express, scheduled to leave New Jalpaiguri 13.10.2017.


B.Trains from Southern Railway that are cancelled:

1.Train No.15629 Chennai Egmore – Guwahati express, scheduled to leave Chennai Egmore o­n 09.10.2017.
2.Train No.22611 Chennai Central – New Jalpaiguri express, scheduled to leave Chennai Central o­n 11.10.2017.
3.Train No.12551 Yesvantpur – Kamakhya (via Chennai Central) express, scheduled to leave Yesvantpur o­n 14.10.2017.
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CANCELLATION/DIVERSION/SHORT TERMINATION/ORIGINATION/DIVERSION/REGULATION OF TRAINS DUE TO ONGOING SAFETY WORKS AT NEW DELHI RAILWAY STATION

Due to the o¬n-going safety works being undertaken at New Delhi station for replacement of broken PSC sleepers, rail renewal and repairs to washable apron at platform no. 03 at New Delhi Railway Station from 00.00 hrs of 05.10.2017 (Thursday) to 24.00 hrs of 11.10.2017 (Wednesday),   the following trains shall remain cancelled/diverted/short terminated/short originate/diverted/regulated as under:-

Cancellation of Trains

S.No.  Train No. & Name Date of Cancellation Journey Commencing on


1 12419/12420 Lucknow-New Delhi_Lucknow Gomti Express 05.10.17 to 11.10.17
2 14211/14212 Agra Cantt._New Delhi-Agra Cantt. Intercity Express 05.10.17 to 11.10.17
3 14682/14681 Jalandhar-New Delhi-Jalandhar Intercity Express 05.10.17 to 11.10.17
4 12459/12460  New Delhi-Amritsar-New Delhi Express 05.10.17 to 11.10.17
5 64470/64469  Panipat-New Delhi-Panipat Ladies Special 05.10.17 to 11.10.17
6 64491/64492  Palwal-New Delhi-Palwal  Ladies Special 05.10.17 to 11.10.17
7 64912/64911 Rohtak-New Delhi-Rohtak Passenger 05.10.17 to 11.10.17
8 64087 H.Nizamuddin-New Delhi EMU 05.10.17 to 11.10.17
9 64097 New Delhi-Shakurbasti EMU 05.10.17 to 11.10.17

Diversion of  train

64015 Palwal-Shakurbasti EMU Journey Commencing From 05.10.2017 to 11.10.2017 will be diverted to run via Hazrat Nizamuddin-Delhi Safdarjung-Shakurbasti and will remain partially cancelleed between Hazrat Nizamuddin-New Delhi-Dayabasti.
Short Termination/Origination of Trains
The train no. 12192 Jabalpur-New Delhi Sridham Express Journey Commencing From 04.10.2017 to 11.10.2017 will be short terminated at Hazrat Nizamuddin. Consequently, the 12191 New Delhi-Jabalpur Sridham Express Journey Commencing From 05.10.2017 to 11.10.2017 will be short originated from Hazrat Nizamuddin. The 12192/12191 will remain partially cancelled between New Delhi & Hazrat Nizamuddin o¬n the above dates
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Regulation Of Trains
The 16317 Kanyakumari-Srimata Vaishno Devi Katra Himsagar Exp., 16687 Mangalore Central- Srimata Vaishno Devi Katra Navyug Exp.,  11449 Jabalpur- Srimata Vaishno Devi Katra Exp., 16031 Chennai Central- Srimata Vaishno Devi Katra Andaman Express  and 19803 Kota- Srimata Vaishno Devi Katra Express will be regulated at Hazrat Nizamuddin upto 11.00 p.m.
Note:- Due to above safety work being undertaken at New Delhi Railway Station at Platform No. 3, berthing of 25 Mail/Express/Passengers trains will be shifted to other platforms.

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Deepavali Special Train from Chennai Egmore toTirunelveli , Chennai Central to Ernakulam Jn,Tirunelveli to Chennai Egmore,Ernakulam Jn. to Chennai Central,Tirunelveli to Chennai Egmore

1.Suvidha special train from Chennai Egmore toTirunelveli

Train No.82601 Chennai Egmore – Tirunelveli Suvidha special train will leave Chennai Egmore at 21.05 hrs. o­n 16th October, 2017 and reach Tirunelveli at 10.45 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 12 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Tambaram, Chengalpattu, Villupuram, Vriddhachalam, Tiruchchirappalli, Dindigul, Madurai, Virudhunagar, Satur and Kovilpatti.



2.Suvidha special train from Chennai Central to Ernakulam Jn.

Train No.82631 Chennai Central – Ernakulam Jn. Suvidha special train will leave Chennai Central at 22.30 hrs. o­n 16th October, 2017 and reach Ernakulam Jn. at 10.55 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 12 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Katpadi, Jolarpettai, Salem, Erode, Tiruppur, Coimbatore, Palakkad, Thrisur, Aluva and Ernakulam Town.



3.Suvidha special train from Tirunelveli to Chennai Egmore

Train No.82606 Tirunelveli – Chennai Egmore Suvidha special train will leave Tirunelveli at 21.30 hrs. o­n 19th October, 2017 and reach Chennai Egmore at 09.00 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 12 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Kovilpatti, Satur, Virudhunagar, Madurai, Dindigul, Tiruchchirappalli, Vriddhachalam, Villupuram, Chengalpattu, Tambaram and Mambalam.



4.Suvidha special train from Chennai Egmore to Tirunelveli

Train No.82602 Tirunelveli – Chennai Egmore Suvidha special train will leave Tirunelveli at 14.45 hrs. o­n 22nd October, 2017 and reach Chennai Egmore at 03.45 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 12 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Kovilpatti, Satur, Virudhunagar, Madurai, Dindigul, Tiruchchirappalli, Vriddhachalam, Villupuram, Chengalpattu, Tambaram and Mambalam.



5.Suvidha special train from Ernakulam Jn. to Chennai Central

Train No.82632 Ernakulam Jn. – Chennai Central Suvidha special train will leave Ernakulam Jn. at 19.00 hrs. o­n 22nd October, 2017 and reach Chennai Central at 07.20 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 12 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Aluva, Thrisur, Palakkad, Coimbatore, Tiruppur, Erode, Salem, Jolarpettai, Katpadi and Perambur.



6.Special fare special train from Chennai Egmore to Tirunelveli

Train No.06001 Chennai Egmore – Tirunelveli special fare special train will leave Chennai Egmore at 21.05 hrs. o­n 20th & 27thOctober, 2017 and reach Tirunelveli at 10.45 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 12 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Tambaram, Chengalpattu, Villupuram, Vriddhachalam, Tiruchchirappalli, Dindigul, Kodaikkanal Road, Madurai, Virudhunagar, Satur, Kovilpatti and Vanchi Maniyachchi.



7.Special fare special train from Chennai Central to Ernakulam Jn.

Train No.06005 Chennai Central – Ernakulam Jn. special fare special train will leave Chennai Central at 22.30 hrs. o­n 20th & 27thOctober and 03rd & 10th November, 2017 and reach Ernakulam Jn. at 10.55 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 12 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Katpadi, Jolarpettai, Salem, Erode, Tiruppur, Coimbatore, Palakkad, Thrisur, Aluva and Ernakulam Town.



8.Special fare special train from Ernakulam Jn. to Chennai Central

Train No.06006 Ernakulam Jn. – Chennai Central special fare special train will leave Ernakulam Jn. at 19.00 hrs. o­n 18th & 29thOctober and 05th & 12th November, 2017 and reach Chennai Central at 07.20 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 12 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Aluva, Thrisur, Palakkad, Coimbatore, Tiruppur, Erode, Salem, Jolarpettai, Katpadi and Perambur.



9.Special fare special train from Tirunelveli to Chennai Egmore

Train No.06008 Tirunelveli – Chennai Egmore special fare special train will leave Tirunelveli at 18.20 hrs. o­n 30th October, 2017 and reach Chennai Egmore at 05.45 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC 2-tier – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 12 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Kovilpatti, Satur, Virudhunagar, Madurai, Dindigul, Tiruchchirappalli, Vriddhachalam, Villupuram, Chengalpattu, Tambaram and Mambalam.

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Deepavali Special Train from Chennai Central to Coimbatore & Coimbatore to Chennai Central

1.Suvidha special train from Chennai Central to Coimbatore

Train No.82609 Chennai Central – Coimbatore Suvidha special train will leave Chennai Central at 20.00 hrs. o­n 17th October, 2017 and reach Coimbatore at 04.35 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC First Class – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 10, General Second Class – 2 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Arakkonam, Katpadi, Vaniyambadi, Jolarpettai, Salem, Erode and Tiruppur.




2.Special fare special train from Coimbatore to Chennai Central

Train No.06020 Coimbatore – Chennai Central special fare special train will leave Coimbatore at 19.10 hrs. o­n 19th October, 2017 and reach Chennai Central at 03.45 hrs. the next day.

Composition:AC First Class – 1, AC 3-tier – 2, Sleeper Class – 10, General Second Class – 2 & Luggage-cum-brake van – 2 coaches.

Stoppages:Tiruppur, Erode, Salem, Jolarpettai, Vaniyambadi, Katpadi, Arakkonam and Perambur.

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Diversion of Howrah-Lalkuan Weekly Express via Bareilly Jn.-Bareilly City & Kanpur Central-Kathgodam Garib Rath Express via Bareilly-Bhojipura-Lalkuan avoiding Rampur Junction and Rudrapur City

Notified for the information of general public that the 12353/12354 Howrah-Lalkuan-Howrah Weekly Express train will be diverted to run via Bareilly Jn.-Bareilly City avoiding Rampur Junction from 15.12.2017 from Howrah and from 16.12.2017 from Lalkuan and the 12209/12210 Kanpur Central-Kathgodam- Kanpur Central Weekly Garib Rath Express Train via Bareilly-Bhojipura-Lalkuan avoiding Rampur Junction from 19.12.2017 from Kanpur Central and from 18.12.2017 from Kathgodam as per the schedule given below-

12353/12354 Howrah-Lalkuan-Howrah Weekly Express via Bareilly Jn.-Bareilly City avoiding Rampur Junction

The 12353 Howrah-Lalkuan Weekly Express train will arrive at Bareilly Jn at 05.00 am. and depart at 05.07 a.m., arrive at Bareilly City at 05.17 and depart at 05.19 a.m., arrive at Izzatnagar at 05.33 and depart at 05.35 a.m. , arrive at Kichha at 06.23 and depart at 06.25 a.m. and will skip its stoppage at Rampur Junction and Rudrapur City from 15.12.2017 from Howrah.

Its return service the 12354 Lalkuan-Howrah Weekly Express train will arrive at Kichha at 07.41 p.m. and depart at 07.43 p.m.., arrive at Izzatnagar at 08.32 p.m. and depart at 08.34 p.m.. , arrive at Bareilly City at 08.52 p.m. and depart at 09.08 p.m.., arrive at Bareilly Jn at 09.18 p.m. and depart at 09.25 p.m..,and will skip its stoppage at Rampur Junction and Rudrapur City from 16.12.2017 from Lalkuan.

12209/12210 Kanpur Central-Kathgodam- Kanpur Central Weekly Garib Rath Express Train via Bareilly-Bhojipura-Lalkuan avoiding Rampur Junction

The 12209 Kanpur Central-Kathgodam Weekly Garib Rath Express Train will arrive at Bareilly Jn at 11.43 am. and depart at 11.50 a.m., arrive at Bareilly City at 12.00 p.m. and depart 12.02 p.m., arrive at Izzatnagar at 12.15 p.m. and depart at 12.20 p.m. , arrive at Bhojipura at 12.32 P.M. and depart at 12.34 p.m. , arrive at Baheri at 12.57 p.m. and depart at 12.59 p.m. , arrive at Kichha at 01.14 p.m. and depart at 01.16 p.m. and will skip its stoppage at Rampur Junction and Rudrapur City from 19.12.2017 from Kanpur Central.

Its return service the 12210 Kathgodam- Kanpur Central Weekly Garib Rath Express Train will arrive at Kichha at 08.30 p.m. and depart at 08.32 p.m., arrive at Baheri at 08.47 p.m. and depart at 08.49 p.m. , , arrive at Bhojipura at 09.19 p.m. and depart at 09.21 p.m. , arrive at Izzatnagar at 09.42 p.m. and depart at 09.45 p.m., arrive at Bareilly City at 10.18 p.m. and depart 10.40 p.m., arrive at Bareilly Jn at 10.53 p.m. and depart at 11.00 p.m., and will skip its stoppage at Rampur Junction and Rudrapur City from 18.12.2017 from Kathgodam .
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Cancellation /Diversion/Regulation of Trains on 08.10.2017 Due To Mega Traffic Block For Construction of 02 Limited Height Subways Between Diwana-Panipat & Gharaunda-Babarpur ( Kohand H-Babarpur ) on Delhi-Ambala Section of Delhi Division on Northern Railway



Due to Mega Traffic Block of 08.00 hrs.each from 09.40 a.m. to 05.50 p.m. for Construction of 02 Limited Height Subways between Diwana-Panipat & Gharaunda-Babarpur ( Kohand H-Babarpur ) on Delhi-Ambala Section of Delhi Division on Northern Railway on 08.102017 the following trains will be Cancelled/Diverted/ regulated to run on the section during block as under:

Cancellation of Trains Journey Commencing on 08.10.2017


· The 12058 /12057 Una Himachal-New Delhi-Una Himachal Janshatabadi Express

· The 64531 / 64536 Delhi-Panipat- Delhi MEMU.

· The 14732/14731 Fazilka-Delhi-Fazilka Express.

· The 12460/12459 Amritsar - New Delhi-Amritsar Express.

· The 14681/14682 New Delhi-Jallandhar City-New Delhi Express.

· The 22430 Pathankot-Delhi Express.

· The 64465 New Delhi-Kurukshetra MEMU and 64454 Kurukshetra-Delhi MEMU.

· The 64533 Delhi-Panipat EMU& 64534 Panipat-Ghaziabad EMU.

Cancellation of Trains Journey Commencing on 09.10.2017


· The 22429 Delhi-Pathankot Express.

Diversion Of Trains During Block


· The 12716 Amritsar- Hazoor Sahib Nanded Express Journey Commencing on 08.10.2017 will be diverted to run via Amritsar-Ambala- Saharanpur-Meerut City-Ghaziabad-Tilak Bridge-Hazrat Nizamuddin-Palwal & it will skip its stoppage at New Delhi.

· The 12484 Amritsar-Kochuvelli Express Journey Commencing on 08.10.2017 will be diverted to run via Kurukshetra-Narwana-Shakurbasti-New Delhi

· The 15708 Amritsar-Katihar Express Journey Commencing on 08.10.2017 will be diverted to run via Ambala-Saharanpur-Moradabad-Lucknow.

· The 12926 Amritsar-Bandra Terminjs Paschim Expess Journey Commencing on 08.10.2017 will be diverted to run via Amritsar-Ambala- Saharanpur-Meerut City-Ghaziabad-Tilak Bridge-Hazrat Nizamuddin-Palwal & it will skip its stoppage at New Delhi.

· The 12925 Bandra Terminus-Amritsar Paschim Express Journey Commencing on 07.10.2017 will be diverted to run via H.Nizamuddin-Tilak Bridge-Ghaziabad-Meerut City-Saharanpur-Ambala & it will skip its stoppage at New Delhi.

· The 12715 Amritsar-Hazoor Sahib Nanded Express Journey Commencing on 07.10.2017 will be diverted to run via H.Nizamuddin-Tilak Bridge-Ghaziabad-Meerut City-Saharanpur-Ambala & it will skip its stoppage at New Delhi.

· The 22457 Hazoor Sahib Nanded -Una-Himachal Express Journey Commencing on 07.10.2017 will be diverted to run via New Delhi-Narwana-Kurukshetra-Ambala.

· The 14673 Jaynagar-Amritsar Shaheed Express Journey Commencing on 07.10.2017 will be diverted to run via Moradabad-Saharanpur-Ambala.

· The 22125 Nagpur-Amritsar AC Express passing New Delhi on 08.10.2017 will be diverted to run via H.Nizamuddin-Tilak Bridge-Ghaziabad-Meerut City-Saharanpur-Ambala & it will skip its stoppage at New Delhi.

Regulation Of Trains During Block


· The 18507 Vishakhapatnam-Amritsar Hirakud Express Journey Commencing on 06 .10.2017 will be regulated for 90 minutes enroute (between Sabzimandi-Sonepat )

· The 12013 New Delhi-Amritsar Shatabadi Express Journey Commencing on 08.10.2017 will be regulated for 30 minutes enroute (between Sabzimandi-Sonepat )

· The 54303 Delhi-Kalka Passenger Journey Commencing on 08 .10.2017 will be regulated for 30 minutes enroute (between Sabzimandi-Sonepat ).

· The 11058 Amritsar-CST Mumbai Dadar Express Journey Commencing on 08.10.2017 will be regulated for 30 minutes enroute (at Karnal ).

Rescheduling of Trains During Block


· The 12380 Amritsar-Sealdah Jalianwala Bagh Express Journey Commencing on 08.10.2017 will be rescheduled and will depart from Amritsar at 12.30 p.m. instead of 10.55 a.m.

· The 12920 Sri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra-Indore Malwa Express Journey Commencing on 08.10.2017 will be rescheduled and will depart from Sri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra at 07.55 a.m. instead of 06.45 a.m.
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FESTIVAL JAN SADHARAN SPECIAL TRAIN BETWEEN SIRHIND-SAHARSA-AMBALA


Railways will run the 04912/04911 Sirhind-Saharsa-Ambala Festival Jan Sadharan Special Express train as per the following programme :

The 04912 Sirhind-Saharsa Jan Sadharan Special Express Train will depart from Sirhind at 05.05 p.m. from 10.10.2017 to 07.11.2017 (5 trips) to reach Saharsa at 09.00 p.m. the next day .

In the return direction 04911 Saharsa-Ambala Jan Sadharan Special Express Train will depart from Saharsa 08.30 a.m. from 12.10.2017 to 09.11.2017 (5 trips) to reach Ambala 12.10 p.m. p.m. the next day .

Comprising of sixteen general class and two second class cum luggage van coaches, the 04912 Sirhind-Saharsa Jan Sadharan Special Express Train will stop at Rajpura, Ambala Cantt., Kurukshetra, Karnal, Panipat, Sonepat, Narela, Delhi Jn., Kanpur, Allahabad, Mughalsarai, Patna, Barauni, Begusarai & Khagaria stations enroute . While in the return direction 04911 will stop at Khagaria, Begusarai, Barauni, Patna, Mughalsarai, Allahabad, Kanpur, Delhi Jn., Narela, Sonepat, Panipat, Karnal & Kurukshetra stations enroute .
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Restoration /Cancellation of Trains

Due to operational reasons, Railways have decided to restore /cancel the following trains as under :
Restoration of Trains
1. 15623 Bhagat ki Kothi-Kamakhya Exp. JCO 10.10.2017.
2. 15624 Kamakhya -Bhagat ki Kothi Exp. JCO 13.10.2017
3. 15716 Ajmer-Kishanganj Garib Nawaj Exp. JCO 09.10.2017
4. 15715 Kishanganj –Ajmer Garib Nawaj Exp. JCO 10.10.2017
5. 19709 Jaipur-Kamakhya Kaviguru Exp. JCO 09.10.2017
6. 19710 Kamakhya –Jaipur Kaviguru Exp. JCO 12.10.2017
Cancellation of Trains
1. 15715 Kishanganj -AjmerGarib Nawaj Exp. JCO 08.10.2017.
2. 12408 Amritsar-New Jalpaiguri Karambhoomi Exp. JCO 13.10.2017.
3. 12524 New Delhi-New Jalpaiguri JCO 11&15.10.2017.
4. 15484 Delhi Jn.-Alipur Dwar Jn.Mahananda Exp. JCO 8 to 16.10.2017.
5. 15622 Anand Vihar Terml.-Kamakhya Exp. JCO 13.10.2017.
6. 15934 Amritsar-Dibrugarh Exp. JCO 13.10.2017.
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Train no. 03501/03502 Jasidih-Anand Vihar Terminal-Jasidih Bi- Weekly Special train

  The 03501 Jasidih-Anand Vihar Terminal Bi-Weekly  Special  train will depart from  Jasidih at 06.30 p.m. on every Tuesday  &  Friday  from 06.10.2017 to 28.11.2017  to reach Anand Vihar Terminal at 11.20 a.m. the next day (16 trips). In the return direction, the  03502  Anand Vihar Terminal-Jasidih  Bi-Weekly  Special  train will depart from Anand Vihar Terminal at 07.50 p.m. on every Wednesday & Saturday from  07.10.2017 to 29.11.2017  to reach Jasidih  at 12.35 p.m. the next day (16  trips).
                    Comprising of  01 AC two tier , 01 AC three tier , 08 Sleeper class & 04 general class coaches, the 03501/03502  Jasidih-Anand Vihar Terminal-Jasidih  Bi- Weekly  Special  train will stop at Patna,Mughalsarai & Kanpur  stations enroute in both the directions.
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RAILWAYS RUN FESTIVAL SPECIAL TRAINS

Railways will run the 09301/ 09302 Indore-Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Indore Weekly Special train, 82911/82912 Udhana-Chhapra- Udhana Weekly Suvidha Special train , 01115/01116Lokmanya Tilak Terminus-Gorakhpur- Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Unreserved Weekly Special train, 02135/02136 Pune-Jammu Tawi -Pune Superfast Weekly AC Special & 01453/01454 Pune- Gorakhpur -Pune Unreserved Weekly Special trains as per the following programme :

09301/09302 Indore-Delhi Sarai Rohilla-IndoreWeekly Special train( 12 trips)

The 09301 Indore-Delhi Sarai Rohilla Weekly Special Train will depart from Indore at 07.30 p.m. on every Sunday from 08.10.2017 to 12.11.2017 to reach Delhi Sarai Rohilla at 01.20 p.m. the next day (06 trips). In the return direction, the 09302 Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Indore Weekly Special train will depart from Delhi Sarai Rohilla at 02.30 p.m. on every Monday from 09.10.2017 to 13.11.2017 to reach Indore at 09.10 a.m. the next day (06 trips).

Comprising of 02 AC two tier , 04 AC three tier , seven Sleeper class & four general class coaches, the 09301/ 09302 Indore-Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Indore Weekly Special train will stop at Barnagar, Ratlam Jn., Mandsor, Nimach, Chittaurgarh, Bhilwara, Mandal, Bijainagar, Nasirabad, Ajmer Jn., Kishangarh, Phulera, Kanakpura, Jaipur Jn., Gandhinagar Jaipur, Getor Jagatpura, Dausa, Bandikuin Jn., Alwar Jn., Khairthal, Rewari, Gurgaon & Delhi Cantt. stations enroute in both the directions.

82911/82912 Udhana-Chhapra- Udhana Weekly Suvidha Special train

(08 trips)

The 82911 Udhana-Chhapra- Udhana Weekly Suvidha Special train will depart from Udhana at 11.55 p.m. on every Sunday from 08.10.2017 to 29.10.2017 to reach Chhapra at 06.15 a.m. the third day (04 trips). In the return direction, the 82912 Chhapra- Udhana Weekly Suvidha Special train will depart from Chhapra at 07.35 a.m. on every Tuesday from 10.10.2017 to 31.10.2017 to reach Udhana at 01.35 p.m. the next day (04 trips).

Comprising of one AC two tier , two AC three tier , ten Sleeper class , two general class & two disabled friendly Second class cum Luggage Van coaches, the 82911/82912 Udhana-Chhapra- Udhana Weekly Suvidha Special train will stop at Nandurbar, Amalner, Jalgaon, Bhusawal, Khandwa, Harda, Itarsi, Pipariya, Jabalpur, Katni, Satna, Manikpur, Chheoki, Varanasi & Ballia stations enroute in both the directions.

01115/01116 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus-Gorakhpur- Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Unreserved Weekly Special train (08 trips)

The 01115 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus-Gorakhpur Unreserved Weekly Special train will depart from Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 00.45 a.m. on every Saturday from 14.10.2017 to 04.11.2017 to reach Gorakhpur at 11.25 a.m. the next day (04 trips). In the return direction, the 01116Gorakhpur- Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Unreserved Weekly Special train will depart from Gorakhpur at 02.00 p.m. on every Sunday from 15.10.2017 to 05.11.2017 to reach Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 00.20 a.m. the next day (04 trips).

Comprising of twenty general class & two disabled friendly Second class cum Luggage Van coaches, the 01115/01116 Lokmanya Tilak Terminus-Gorakhpur- Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Unreserved Weekly Special train will stop at Kalyan, Igatpuri, Nasik Road, Bhusawal, Khandwa, Itarsi, Jabalpur, Katni, Satna, Manikpur, Chheoki, Varanasi, Aunrihar, Mau, Bhatni & Deoria Sadar stations enroute in both the directions.

02135/02136 Pune-Jammu Tawi -Pune Superfast Weekly AC Special (06 trips)

The 02135Pune-Jammu Tawi Superfast Weekly AC Special train will depart from Pune at 05.15 a.m. on every Wednesday from 11.10.2017 to 25.10.2017 to reach Jammu Tawi at 06.00 p.m. the next day (03 trips). In the return direction, the 02136 Jammu Tawi -Pune Superfast Weekly AC Special train will depart from Jammu Tawi at 07.20 a.m. on every Friday from 13.10.2017 to 27.10.2017 to reach Pune at 08.05 p.m. the next day (04 trips).

Comprising of 15 AC three tier coaches, the 02135/02136 Pune-Jammu Tawi -Pune Superfast Weekly AC Special train will stop at Lonawala, Kalyan, Vasai Road, Vapi, Surat, Vadodara, Ratlam, Kota, Mathura, Delhi Safdarjung, Ambala Cantt., Ludhiana, Jallandhar Cantt. & Pathankot Cantt. stations enroute in both the directions.

01453/01454 Pune- Gorakhpur -Pune Unreserved Weekly Special train

(08 trips)


The 01453 Pune- Gorakhpur Unreserved Weekly Special train will depart from Pune at 07.55 p.m. on every Sunday from 15.10.2017 to 05.11.2017 to reach Gorakhpur at 04.35 a.m. the third day (04 trips). In the return direction, the 01454 Gorakhpur -Pune Unreserved Weekly Special train will depart from Gorakhpur at 07.30 a.m. on every Tuesday from 17.10.2017 to 07.11.2017 to reach Pune at 05.00 p.m. the next day (04 trips).

Comprising of twenty general class & two disabled friendly Second class cum Luggage Van coaches, the 01453/01454 Pune- Gorakhpur -Pune Unreserved Weekly Special train will stop at Daund, Manmad, Bhusawal, Khandwa, Itarsi, Bhopal, Bina, Jhansi, Kanpur Central, Lucknow, Barabanki, Gonda, Basti & Khalilabad stations enroute in both the directions.
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Train no.09301/ 09302 Indore-Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Indore Weekly Special train

The 09301 Indore-Delhi Sarai Rohilla Weekly  Special  Train will depart from Indore at 07.30 p.m. on every Sunday from 08.10.2017 to 12.11.2017 to reach Delhi Sarai Rohilla at 01.20 p.m. the next day (06 trips). In the return direction, the  09302 Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Indore Weekly  Special  train will depart from Delhi Sarai Rohilla at 02.30 p.m. on every Monday from 09.10.2017 to 13.11.2017  to reach Indore  at 09.10 a.m. the next day (06 trips).
                    Comprising of 02 AC two tier , 04 AC three tier , seven Sleeper class & four general class coaches, the 09301/ 09302 Indore-Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Indore Weekly  Special  train will stop at Barnagar, Ratlam Jn., Mandsor, Nimach, Chittaurgarh, Bhilwara, Mandal, Bijainagar, Nasirabad, Ajmer Jn., Kishangarh, Phulera, Kanakpura, Jaipur Jn., Gandhinagar Jaipur, Getor Jagatpura, Dausa, Bandikuin Jn., Alwar Jn., Khairthal, Rewari, Gurgaon & Delhi Cantt. stations enroute in both the directions.
NOTE: Due to running of 09301/09302 Indore-Delhi Sarai Rohilla-Indore  Weekly Special train, the 09725/09726 Jaipur – Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Jaipur Superfast Special train will remain cancelled o­n every Monday from 9.10.17 to 30.10.17.  There is no change in running of train No. 09725/09726Jaipur – Delhi Sarai Rohilla – Jaipur Superfast Special train o­n Tuesday, Wednesday , Saturday & Sunday as notified earlier.
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WEEKLY SUVIDHA SPECIAL SUPERFAST TRAIN BETWEEN YESHVANTPUR - SHRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI KATRA


Northern Railway has decided to extend the run of the 82651/82652 Yeshvantpur-Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra- Yeshvantpur Weekly Suvidha Superfast Express Special Train with existing composition, timings, stoppages and days of service as per the following programme –

The 82651 Yeshvantpur-Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra Weekly Suvidha Superfast Express Special Train has been extended to run o­n every Saturday from 07.10.2017 to 28.10.2017 while the 82652 Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra- Yeshvantpur Weekly Suvidha Superfast Express Special Train has been extended to run o­n every Tuesday from 10.10.2017 to 31.10.2017 .
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Special Trains Mumbai Central-New Delhi- Mumbai Central Bi-Weekly Superfast A.C.Special Train & Ahemadabad- Delhi Sarai Rohilla- Ahemadabad Weekly Superfast Special

Festival-2017, Railways  have  decided to run the 09005/09006 Mumbai Central-New Delhi- Mumbai Central Bi-Weekly Superfast A.C.Special Train  & 09413/09414 Ahemadabad- Delhi Sarai Rohilla- Ahemadabad Weekly Superfast Special  Trainas per the following programme –
·09005/09006 Mumbai Central-New Delhi- Mumbai Central Bi-Weekly Superfast A.C.Special Train  ( 32 trips)
           The 09005 Mumbai Central-New Delhi Bi-Weekly Superfast A.C.Special Train will depart from Mumbai Central o­n every Friday & Sunday at 04.00 p.m. from 06.10.2017 to 26.11.2017 to arrive at New Delhi at 07.55 a.m. the next day ( 16 trips ).  In the return direction, 09006 New Delhi- Mumbai Central Bi-Weekly Superfast A.C.Special Train  will depart from New Delhi  o­n  every Saturday & Monday at 02.50 p.m. from 07.10.2017 to 27.11.2017  to arrive at Mumbai Central at 06.55  a.m. the next day( 16 trips ).

            Comprising of 4 AC Two Tier &  8 AC 3 Tier coaches , the 09005/09006 Mumbai Central-New Delhi- Mumbai Central Bi-Weekly Superfast A.C.Special Train  will stop at Vadodara, & Kota stations enroute in both the directions.

·09413/09414 Ahemadabad- Delhi Sarai Rohilla- Ahemadabad Weekly Superfast Special  Train ( 12 Trips)
The 09413 Ahemadabad- Delhi Sarai Rohilla Weekly Superfast Special Train will depart from Ahemadabad at 04.10 p.m. on every Saturday from 07.10.2017 to 11.11.2017 to reach Delhi Sarai Rohilla at 06.50 a.m. the next day ( 06 trips). In the return direction, the 09414 Delhi Sarai Rohilla- Ahemadabad Weekly Superfast Special  Train will depart from Delhi Sarai Rohilla at 03.50 p.m. o­n every Sunday from 08.10.2017 to 12.11.2017  to reach Ahemadabad at 07.00  a.m. the next day  (06 trips).
          Comprising of 1 AC Two Tier ,04 AC 3 Tier ,08  sleeper class ,02 general class& two disabled friendly second class cum luggage van coaches ,the 09413/09414 Ahemadabad- Delhi Sarai Rohilla- Ahemadabad Weekly Superfast Special  Train will stop at Palanpur, Abu Road, Ajmer, Jaipur & Gurgaon stations enroute in both the directions.
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Diwali Special Trains Over Konkan Railway

Special trains between Mumbai CSMT – Kochuveli – Mumbai CSMT to clear extra rush of passengers during Diwali festival. Details are as under:

Train No. 01079 / 01080 Mumbai CSMT – Kochuveli – Mumbai CSMT Special :
Train No. 01079 Mumbai CSMT – Kochuveli  Special will leave from Mumbai CSMT at 00:20 Hrs on Tuesday (on 17/10/2017 & 24/10/2017). Train will reach  Kochuveli at 09:00 Hrs on next day.
Train No. 01080 Kochuveli - Mumbai CSMT Special will leave from Kochuveli at 12:00 Hrs on Wednesday (on 18/10/2017 & 25/10/2017). Train will reach Mumbai CSMT at 22:15 Hrs on next day.
The Train will halt at Dadar, Thane, Panvel, Roha, Khed, Chiplun, Sangameshwar Road, Ratnagiri, Kankavli, Kudal, Thivim, Karmali, Madgaon Jn., Karwar, Kumta, Bhatkal, Kundapura, Udupi, Mulki, Suratkal, Mangalore Jn., Kasargod, Kannur, Thalassery, Kozhikkode, Tirur, Shoranur Jn., Thrisur, Aluva, Ernakulam Town, Kottayam, Tiruvalla, Chengannur, Kayankulam and Kollam  stations.
Composition: Total 16 Coaches : Sleeper - 14 Coaches, SLR – 02 Coach.
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The Vice President of India Inaugurates International Conference on Technological Advancements in Railway & Metro Projects 2017

Technology along with managerial excellence can chart a new trajectory: Vice President
The Vice President of India Inaugurates International Conference on Technological Advancements in Railway & Metro Projects 2017
Minister of Railways & Coal, Shri Piyush Goyal also addressed the conference
Minister of Railways & Coal, Shri Piyush Goyal urged to make India as the nerve centre of innovations and technological advancements


    Hon’ble Vice President of India, Shri Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu inaugurated an International Conference on Technological Advancements in Railway and Metro Projects (IC-TRAM 2017) and an Exhibition  on October 6 - 7, 2017 at New Delhi.. The conference  Minister of Railways & Coal, Shri Piyush Goyal also addressed the conference. The Conference has been organized by the Defence Infrastructure Planning & Management Council(DIPM), the Ministry of Railways, the Ministry of Urban Development and the Niti Aayog. The Chairman, Railway Board, Shri Ashwani Lohani, Member, Niti Aayog and  Chief Patron of DIPM Society,  Dr. V. K. Saraswat,  and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

     Addressing the conference, the Vice President of India, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that the Technology along with managerial excellence can chart a new trajectory.

     The Vice President said that with urbanization taking place at a rapid pace in India, the need for efficient and cost-effective transport is critical in ensuring faster mobility and sustainable development. He further said that new concepts such as ‘Transit Oriented Development’ should be tried out and promoted which will improve the lives of people living around the metro stations in a big way.

     The Vice President said that the Indian Railways need to plan for a massive expansion very meticulously with forward looking, efficient technologies and innovative practices currently available across the globe and adopt them to serve our country’s aspiring population. He further said that the IT revolution sweeping the world, to which India has also been a major contributor, is bound to improve the efficiencies in signaling, communications and safety and help in areas like intelligent transportation systems.

     The Vice President said that in the Indian ethos, we believe that science and technology are tools to improve the quality of life and we say “Bahujana hitaya, bahujana sukhaya” implying that we aim at the good of humanity at large and also care for the happiness of the entire population on this planet. We also believe this is possible if we are open to new ideas and concepts, either home grown or from outside, he added.

     The Vice President expressed his hope that the discussions and the deliberations in this two-day conference will provide a fast-track approach to build many state of the art railway systems that will improve the economy and the quality of life of people in India and the rest of the world.

Following is the text of Vice President’s address:

“I am extremely happy to address this august gathering at the inaugural session of the International Conference on Technological Advancements in Railways and Metros.

From its origin purely as a colonial project in 1853, the Indian railways has emerged today as one of the largest rail networks in the world and an important economic engine in the growth and development narrative of India. It is estimated that in the next five years the Indian Railways will be the third largest railway system in the world accounting for 10 per cent of the global market.

With its extensive network, Indian Railways caters to lower, middle and upper middle classes for both, short and long distance travelling. It also one of the largest employers in the government and generates informal employment through forward and backward linkages.

Rail historian and journalist, Christian Wolmer, in an article succinctly summed up the transformative role played by the railways. He said: “Nowhere other than India is the railway so indelibly connected with the image of the nation. Just as there is no single country on earth that has such a broad cultural, ethnic, and racial mix as India, there is also no railway system that has played and, crucially, continues to play such a fundamental role”.

The Indian Railways connects the vast country through its extensive network of 64,000 km of track covering about 8,000 railway stations and 100,000 bridges as well as signalling and telecom network. It provides transport services to about two crore or 20 million passengers every day.  Each day, 20,000 trains criss-cross the length and breadth of India  serving, in a year,  a population of about 700 crore ( seven billion) people and transporting more than 1,000 MT (billion tons).

With the number of passengers projected to touch thirty million in the next few years and the demand for transportation of goods also touching four million tons of freight daily in the near future, the railways are poised for a massive expansion.

I am told that investments to the tune of Rs. 8 lakh crore are planned in the next five years on various projects in the railways.

With urbanisation taking place at a rapid pace in India, the need for efficient and cost-effective transport is critical in ensuring faster mobility and sustainable development.

As part of meeting the growing transport demand in cities, several new metro rail projects are in different stages of execution, apart from those in operation at Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Kochi, Lucknow and Mumbai. Metros are under construction at Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Noida, Navi Mumbai and Pune, among others. Several others are under consideration and planning. Once various metros become operational, the intra-city mobility will improve by leaps and bounds.

I also understand that new concepts such as ‘Transit Oriented Development’ being tried out will improve the lives of people living around the metro stations in a big way.

So, friends, the Indian Railways will have to plan for this massive expansion very meticulously. It will have to look for technologies and innovative practices currently available across the globe. It will have to be forward looking, efficient and adopt the state of the art technologies that serve our country’s inspirational population. Against this backdrop, this conference is very timely.

I am glad that this international conference is focusing on a host of technologies that are going to play a key role not only in improving the services but also in the safety of the commuters.

The IT revolution sweeping the world, to which India has also been a major contributor, is bound to improve the efficiencies in signalling, communications and safety and help in areas like intelligent transportation systems.

I am glad that we have amidst us the Inventor of Maglev, also called magnetic levitation train. Maglev trains are very fast trains. Maglev trains float over a guide way using the basic principle of magnetic repulsion. This technology is apparently even ahead of High Speed Railways. Recently, we have embarked on collaboration with Japan to introduce high speed, ‘bullet trains’.

I am glad that technology is being harnessed for the welfare of the common man. In the Indian ethos, we believe that science and technology are tools to improve the quality of life and we say “Bahujana hitaya, bahujana sukhaya” implying that we aim at the good of humanity at large and also care for the happiness of the entire population on this planet. We also believe this is possible if we are open to new ideas and concepts, either home grown or from outside.

The ancient visionaries in India had given expression to this receptive approach when they said: “Aano Bhadrah Kratavo Yantu Vishwathah” (Let noble thoughts come to us from all sides). We should continue to build on this commonwealth of knowledge and wisdom.

Technology will also be a potential ally for improving the safety and security and enhance the quality of passenger experience. I hope this Conference will provide some new insights in this regard drawn from the global best practices.

The managers of our railway system must use every opportunity to update their knowledge and skills. Even the best systems in the world have to constantly keep learning and doing things differently to serve the populations better.

With about eight lakh crore planned investments, opening up of FDI in rail infrastructure and implementation of GST, I am sure the Indian railways will stand to benefit particularly in the long-distance transportation in the years ahead. Technology along with managerial excellence can chart a new trajectory.

I take this occasion to welcome all the experts gathered here today, congratulate the organizers and wish the conference a grand success.

I do hope that the discussions and the deliberations in this two-day conference will provide a fast-track approach to build many state of the art railway systems that will improve the economy and the quality of life of people in India and the rest of the world.

I wish to conclude with a fervent wish and a prayer from the 10th chapter of the Rig Veda that emphasises how we must continue this Jnana Yagna - the churning of ideas and sharing of creative thoughts- on a continuous basis with a common objective- creating for every one the happy world we all want:



“SAMAANI  VA  AAKOOTIH

SAMAANI HRIDAYANI  VA

SAMAANAMASTU  VO  MANO

YATHA VAH   SUSAHASATI ”

“May our intentions and aspirations be alike, so that a common objective unifies us all ”.

JAI HIND!”

          Speaking on the occasion, Minister of Railways & Coal, Shri Piyush Goyal said, “The need for transportation in urban areas has increased many fold and Metro Railway has a big role in meeting transportation needs. Referring to the significance of innovation and research. He said that R&D is the driver for growth and it forms the eco-system, which encourages scientists to persevere for better yields. He said that we have to go beyond the boundaries of conventional thinking to achieve excellence. He said that India has already taken greater strides in the fields of climate change, renewable energy and activities like rolling out of LED programs. He said that time has come to lead the world and also called upon to make India as the nerve centre of innovations and technological advancements. He emphasized that fund should never be constraint for undertaking innovation and technological advancements.

     He said that in the context of Railways, we have to work towards procuring technology for night-fog vision, better signaling system, better track-laying technologies. We need to collectively work and Railways Institution like RDSO can collaborate with other research organizations like DRDO, ISRO to achieve desired objectives. We need to fast track our efforts and constantly endeavor to work better in every aspect. We must work to see, whether we can design better coaches, better locomotives, better signaling system and other related activity. We must explore cooperation with military engineering service personnel, who are passionately working in the service of the nation. We have to work through cooperation, oneness in public service for the future of the country. We need to lead from front. Indian Railways need to work with the commitment to make Indian Railways safe, secure and with better amenities, riding efforts, punctuality and efficiency.”

     Referring to the contribution of Vice-President in public life, who was the Chief-Guest of the program, Shri Piyush Goyal said that Shri Venkaiah Naidu ji has been relentlessly working for the last 40 years for the welfare of the people, especially for farmers and common-man.

     Chairman, Railway Board, Shri Ashwani Lohani said that with mobility requirements increasing several fold due to massive urbanization, the need for building Metros in our congested cities and strengthening the Railway infrastructure, has become imperative and assumed critical proportions. He said that the conference will bring up new technological ideas and innovations in the fore and help Indian Railways embrace some of those ideas for moving forward in the present era.

     Member, Niti Aayog and  Chief Patron of DIPM Society,  Dr. V. K. Saraswat, said that this conference is having the best speakers who are not only experts in their chosen subject but also have a deep understanding of railway and metro technologies, implementation and solutions to problems from personal experience.

    Chairman, Organizing Committee of the Conference (IC-TRAM 2017) and former Member, Railway Board Shri Keshav Chandra outlined the objectives of the conference. He elaborated the focus areas being dealt in different session of the conference. He pointed out that this conference is a fine opportunity for all those in the business of railways and metro transportation, as well as the larger transportation community, operators, engineers, architects, planners, administrators, scholars and so on to upgrade their technical skills and knowledge, interact with specialists from various engineering disciplines, hear from the experts in India and abroad on the fine ‘art and science’ of metro building and railway modernization. Experts will share secrets of effecting efficiencies through enhanced equipment reliability, World-renowned Safety Experts will expound on the essential fundamentals of accident free performance.

Topics Covered

Some of the important topics, which were covered in the two-day Seminar, are as follows:

Railways

●       High speed railways-the international experience-the variants.

●       Semi-high speed railways & their relevance.

●       Next generation railway coaches, using latest lightweight materials.

●       New propulsion systems such as turbine, fuel cell etc.

●       Use of renewable sources of energy, such as, bio-diesel, methanol, etc.

●       Railway’s drive for self-sufficiency in generation of energy for traction purposes.

●       Cutting edge technologies in signalling& telecom.

●       Advancements in electric-a) overhead equipment/3rd rail, b) traction /general power supply with emphasis on green energy c) heating/air-conditioning.

●       Train management & protection systems, creating a foolproof operational safety net in all-weather conditions, including dense fog.

●       Advancements in civil engineering a) track b) bridges & c) tunneling.

●       Development of world class railway stations.

Metros

●        Emerging technologies in manufacturing of rolling stock.

●       Advancements in civil engineering a) track b) bridges & tunneling c) station buildings & ancillaries (psds, etc).

●       Cutting edge technologies in signalling & telecom, driverless train operations.

●       Electrical-a) overhead equipment/3rd rail, b) traction /general power supply with emphasis on green energy c) heating/air-conditioning.

●       New trends in accident prevention, safety & security-zero tolerance for accidents.



BACKGROUNDER

     With the demand and volume for rail transport increasing manifold, there is a need for an efficient and state-of-the-art transportation system to meet the growing commuting requirements of the people in the urban areas and other parts of country. The Railways need to achieve their full growth potential with faster, reliable and more punctual services.

     With mobility requirements increasing several fold due to massive urbanization, the need for building Metros in our congested cities and strengthening the Railway infrastructure has become imperative and assumed critical proportions.

India is on the cusp of making a quantum leap into marking its infrastructure to be counted among the best in the world. The Railways and the Metro network are the lifeline of the nation connecting people and places. Both require huge investments, knowledge of advanced technologies and skill sets to execute projects without delays.

        A deficit in these parameters had held us back for long. Our present leadership is determined and decisive and we need to look ahead with confidence and with purpose.

      The conference will bring up new technological ideas and innovations to the fore and help Indian Railways embrace some of those ideas for moving forward in the present era. In the past two decades Indian Railways has grown manifold not just in terms of size and volume, but also in terms of usage of cutting-edge technologies. Today, Indian Railways, is entering new fields, such as High Speed Railways, Dedicated Freight Corridors, bridging new frontiers by laying tracks in inhospitable terrains of the North-East, building mountain railways and using alternative fuels to reduce dependence on fossil fuels to name a few initiatives.

In more or less the same period, (since Delhi Metro became operational in 2002), concurrently, there has been an awakening of sorts pan-India, in the direction of building more and more Metros to cater to the increased mobility requirements of the burgeoning population of the metropolitan towns. As of now some 35-40 metros are under planning or execution, aggregating a colossal investment of some $68 bn (Rs 4. 5 lakh crores) over the next five to seven years. This will soon make India one of the top Metro hubs in the world, ahead of some of the most advanced countries in the world.

           The conference deliberations should be taken forward in consultation with the clear intent of finding lasting solutions. In all, 40 speakers are scheduled to address the delegates over two days.

About DIPM

The Defence Infrastructure Planning & Management Council of India is a technical body under the DIPM Society which is registered under the Society Registration Acts, 1860. The council is non for profit institution working in the field of Infrastructure technology innovations, development, Project Management, Contract Management,  project delivery, skilling India in the field of Infrastructure in general and Defence Infrastructure in particular in the Government Sector.

The key objective of DIPM Council of India is to bring all stake holders at one platform in advisory role to the Govt of India especially Ministry of defence on all aspects of Defence infrastructure , except strategic needs of the country, with the aim of sustainability, innovations , economy and efficient Project delivery. DIPM council of India shall bring together all stakeholders, technologists, Govt officers on one platform to ensure economy, efficient Project delivery and use of most advanced technology in the field of Infrastructure in the country.

DIPM Council of India aims to become a key stakeholder in the country in all aspects of Infrastructure development through group of specialists on voluntary basis, become a partner in Make In India and be an voluntary advisory body to Government of India.

Dr. V. K. Saraswat, Member, NitiAayog is the Chief Patron of the Society. The Conference was held under the aegis of Ministry of Railways and Ministry of Urban Development. The Conference dealt with cutting-edge technologies, innovation and safety in Railways and Metros. The thrust was to maximize the ‘Make in India’ initiative and make India self-sufficient.
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6 October 2017

IRCTC INCREASE IN NUMBER OF TICKETS BOOKED THROUGH INTERNET


Incentivise the passengers for linking their Aadhaar ID and Mobile Number for booking of tickets, the present ceiling of 6 tickets that can be booked by an individual user in a month on the IRCTC website has been increased to 12 tickets.

This is for individual users whose accounts are verified through Aadhaar ID and that one of the passengers in the ticket to be booked is verifiable through Aadhaar.
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Cabinet apprised of the MoU between India and Switzerland on Technical Cooperation in Rail Sector

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been apprised of the Memorandum of Understanding between Ministry of Railways, Government of India and the Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications of Swiss Confederation on Technical Cooperation in Rail Sector.  The MoU was signed on on 31st August, 2017.

The   MoU   will   enable technical cooperation in the following areas:-
a. Traction Rolling stock              
b. EMU and train sets
c. Traction Propulsion Equipments
d. Freight and Passenger Cars
e. Tilting Trains            
f. Railway Electrification Equipments
g. Train scheduling and operation improvement    
h. Railway Station modernization                        
i. Multimodal transport                                          
j. Tunneling technology    

Background:

Ministry of Railways have signed MoUs for technical cooperation in the Rail sector with various foreign Governments and National Railways. The identified areas of cooperation include high-speed corridors, speed raising of existing routes, development of world-class stations, heavy haul operations and modernization of rail infrastructure, etc. The cooperation is achieved through exchange of information on developments in areas of railways technology & operations, knowledge sharing, technical visits, training & seminars and workshops in areas of mutual interest.

The MoUs provide a platform for Indian Railways to interact and share the latest developments and knowledge in the railway sector. The MoUs facilitate exchange of technical experts, reports and technical documents, training and seminars/workshops focusing on specific technology areas and other interactions for knowledge sharing.
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2 October 2017

Introduction of 28 additional suburban trains on Harbour and Transharbour Lines from 2.10.2017

Introduction of 14 additional services on Harbour line
• Total services on Harbour line will increase from 590 to 604 daily
• Introduction of 14 additional services on Transharbour Line
• Total services on Transharbour line will increase from 232 to 246 daily
• Vadala Road originating/terminating services will increase from 40 to 58 daily
• Thane-Panvel services will increase from 57 to 66 daily
• Total suburban services on Central Railway will increase from 1660 to 1688 daily.

Harbour line

Additional On Trains
1. Vadala Road Dep. 08.22 hrs BelapurArr. 09.10 hrs
2. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Dep. 08.30 hrs BandraArr. 09.01 hrs
3. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Dep. 11.12 hrs PanveiArr. 12.32 hrs
4. Vadala Road Dep. 12.31 hrs Panvel Arr. 13.33 hrs
5. Vadala Road Dep. 13.17 hrs Panvel Arr. 14.20 hrs
6. Vadala Road Dep. 13.58 hrs Panvel Arr. 15.01 hrs
7. Vadala Road Oep. 15.22 hrs Panvel Arr. 16.24 hrs
8. Vadala Road Dep. 15.50 hrs Vashi Arr. 16.21 hrs
9. VadalaRoadOep.17.14hrsPanvel Arr.18.19hrs
10. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Dep. 20.13 hrs VashiArr. 21.03 hrs
11. Vadala Road Dep. 00.50 hrs Belapur Arr. 01.38 hrs
Extension of On Trains
• Belapur local leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus at
08.29 hrs is extended to Panvel

Cancellation of On Trains
1. Bandra local leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus
at 04.42 hrs BandraArr. 05.10 hrs
2. Panvellocalleaving Vas hi at 05.48 hrs Panve1Arr.06.19 hrs
3. Bela pur local leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus
at06.12 hrs BelapurArr. 07.25 hrs
4. Vashi local leaving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus at
13.06 hrs VashiArr. 13.53 hrs
Additional Up Trains
1. Vashi Dep. 04.25 hrs Vadala Road Arr. 04.56 hrs
2. Vashi Dep. 04.50 hrs Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Arr. 05.39 hrs
3. Panvel Dep. 07.09 hrs Vadala RoadArr. 08.10 hrs
4. Bandra Dep. 09.09 hrs Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj TerminusArr. 09.48 hrs
5. Panvel Dep. 12.49 hrs Vadala Road Arr. 13.50 hrs
6. PanveiDep. 14.13hrsVadalaRoad Arr. 15.14hrs
7. Panvel Dep. 14.41 hrs Vadala Road Arr. 15.42 hrs
8. VashiDep.16.35hrsVadalaRoad Arr.17.06hrs
9. Belapur Dep. 18.56 hrs Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj
Terminus Arr. 20.00 hrs
Extension of Up Trains
• Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus local leaving from Vashi at 19.12 hrswill run ex. Belapur
Cancellation of existing Up Trains
1. Belapur local leaving Panvel at 00.15 hrs and arriving Belapur at 00.30 hrs
2. Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus local leaving Bandra at 04.10 hrs and arriving Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus at 04.39 hrs.
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Fare Comparison of Metro Systems of Indian Cities

Fare Comparison of Metro Systems of Indian Cities

S. No.
Km Rang e

Delhi

Kochi

Chennai

Jaipur

Bangalore

Lucknow

Mumbai
1
0 - 2
10
10
10
10
10
10 & 15
10 & 20
2
2 - 5
20
20
20
15
15
20
30 & 40

3

5 - 12

30

30

30 & 40

20
18 & 22
& 30
30 &
40
50 - 100 (10/- per station)

4
12 -
21

40
40 &
50

50 & 60

-

40

-

-

5
21 -
32

50

60

70

-

-

-

-
7
>  32
60
-
-
-
-
-
-
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REDUCTION IN FARES DUE TO AVAILABILITY OF SHORTER ROUTES AFTER OPENING OF PHASE-III SECTIONS

REDUCTION IN FARES DUE TO AVAILABILITY OF SHORTER ROUTES AFTER OPENING OF PHASE-III SECTIONS

Station

Present Network
After opening of Phase- III entire Network



Benefit

From

To

Via
No. of
Stations
Fares w.e.f.
10/10/2017
No. of
Stations

Fares
Azadpur
Rajouri garden
Rajiv Chowk
18
40
7
30
10
Botanical
Garden

Kalkaji Mandir
Mandi House

22

50

9

30

20
Hauz Khas
Janak Puri West
Rajiv Chowk
25
50
12
40
10
Hauz Khas
Kalkaji Mandir
Central Secretariat
16
40
5
30
10
INA
Lajpat Nagar
Central Secretariat
9
30
3
20
10
Netaji Subhash
Place

Rajouri garden
Inderlok/Ashoka Park Main/Kirti
Nagar

10

30

5

20

10
Welcome
Karkarduma
Kashmere Gate/Rajiv Chowk
17
40
5
20
20
Netaji Subhash
Place

Azadpur
Kashmere Gate

15

40

3

20

20

Lajpat Nagar
Mayur Vihar
Phase -!
Mandi House

12

40

5

30

10

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