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New fares for Mumbai suburban trains announced

Here's the tentative fares that shall be applicable from June 28 in the ticketing system for Mumbai local trains

After a four days of chaos for Mumbaikars, finally there is some clarity over the rail fare. On June 25, both the Central and Western Railways computed the tentative fares that shall be applicable from June 28 in the ticketing systems for suburban rail.

Apart from that the Railways – Western and Central Railways combined – earned a massive Rs 70 crore from sale of season passes. They sold the larget number of passes on June 24, especially yearly passes. While CR sold 23513 yearly passes, WR sold 36951. The average daily sale of these was not more than five earlier.

Meanwhile, railway officials claim that this fund will be utilised for several smaller projects, like the creation of more foot-over-bridges, raising platforms, extension of platforms for 12-car trains, escalators and elevators and many more.

Central Railway: New fares applicable from June 28

Stations (starting from CST) II class (Ticket) II class (Monthly Season Pass) I class (Ticket) I class (Monthly Season Pass)
Dadar 5 100 50 340
Sion 10 130 70 495
Kurla 10 130 105 560
Thane 15 215 140 745
Dombivali 15 300 160 975
Kalyan 15 315 165 1090
Vashi 15 265 140 790
Panvel 20 370 165 1150

Western Railway:

Stations (starting from Churchgate) II card (ticket) I class (ticket) II class (Monthly Season Pass) I class (Monthly Season Pass)
Mumbai Central 5 50 100 340
Dadar 10 70 130 485
Bandra 10 70 130 485
Andheri 10 105 215 650
Borivali 15 140 215 745
Vasai Road 15 165 315 1090
Virar 20 165 315 1170
Dahanu Rd 35 245 500 1970

The above fares are tentative. Final fares will be available after verifaction from final fare table

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