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Mumbai Local Train: 36-hour Mega Block Of Central Railway From Today

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Mega Block Of Central Railway From Today: A 36-hour mega block has been put on the route of Central Railway. This Jumbo Mega Block has been set up between Thane to Diva stations of Central Railway. Train services will be disrupted for 36 hours on the slow lines of Up and Down between Thane and Kalwa railway stations. This Jumbo Mega Block has been set up by Central Railway from 2 pm today to 2 pm on Monday.

Mega Block Of Central Railway From Today

Connecting the fifth and sixth new lines and starting the crossover between Thane to Diva railway stations adjacent to Mumbai is in progress. Due to this, a 36-hour jumbo mega block has been imposed from Saturday (January 8) to Monday (January 10) on the slow track from Thane to Mumbra stations. This block will remain from 2 pm on Saturday to 2 pm on Monday. During this time, Mumbai local trains on a slow track will pass through the fast track.

Mumbai local train will not stop at these stations.

During the mega block, slow track local trains will halt at the fast lane platforms of Thane, Dombivli and Diva. Apart from these, services of local suburban trains will not be available at Kalwa, Mumbra, Kopar and Thakurli stations. Keeping in mind the inconveniences of the migrants, the railway administration has made arrangements to run buses on these routes after talking to the municipal authorities.

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Services of these mail and express trains will also be affected

Due to this mega block, which will run for 36 hours, the local train services will be affected, but it will also affect the mail and express trains from Mumbai-Thane. It has been decided by the Central Railway to cancel several mail and express trains.

Cancelled trains leaving on Friday and Saturday

  1. Amravati – Mumbai Express
  2. Nagpur-Mumbai Sevagram Express
  3. Nanded-Mumbai Rajyarani Express

Cancelled trains leaving Saturday and Sunday

  1. Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai Deccan Express
  2. Mumbai-Jalna-Mumbai Janshatabdi Express
  3. Mumbai-Manmad-Mumbai Panchavati Express
  4. Mumbai-Adilabad Nandigram Express
  5. Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai Deccan Queen
  6. Mumbai-Amravati Express
  7. Mumbai-Nagpur Sevagram Express
  8. Mumbai-Gadag Express
  9. Mumbai-Nanded Rajyarani Express

Cancelled trains departing on Sunday and Monday

  1. Adilabad-Mumbai Nandigram Express
  2. Gadag-Mumbai Express

Short Termination of Express Trains in Pune

  1. Hubli-Dadar Express
  2. Kolhapur-Mumbai Koyna Express

Short Origin of Express Trains from Pune

  1. Mumbai-Kolhapur Koyna Express
  2. Dadar-Hubli Express
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Geeta Kumar
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