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Mumbai local train traffic disrupted on Central Railway line due to technical snag

Updated on: 06 October,2022 02:06 PM IST  |  Mumbai
mid-day online correspondent | Compiled by: Asif Rizvi | asif.ali@mid-day.com

The technical problem arose at Sandhurst Road station in south Mumbai around 1 pm, due to which CSMT-bound slow trains were held up

Mumbai local train traffic disrupted on Central Railway line due to technical snag

Mumbai Local Train. File Pic


Mumbai local train services on the main line of Central Railway (CR) were disrupted due to a snag in overhead wires on Thursday afternoon, the CR tweeted.


A statement issued by the CR on Twitter said, "due to OHE problem at Sandhurst Road on up slow line services are held up. Up slow locals are diverted on up fast line and running behind schedule."



It said that the CR staff working on restoration. Inconvenience caused is regretted.


According to the officials, the technical problem arose at Sandhurst Road station in south Mumbai around 1 pm, due to which CSMT-bound slow trains were held up, the PTI reported.

The services on the line have been diverted to the fast line and restoration work is in full swing, the CR official added.

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As trains came to a halt, commuters got down at many places and were seen walking on the tracks towards the next station.

In an another tweet, CR said that restoration completed on up local line and OHE restored at 1:50 pm.

Central Railway ferries nearly 40 lakh suburban commuters every day by operating 1,810 services.

(with PTI inputs) 

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