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Mumbai local train update: Western Railway to operate jumbo block between Churchgate and Santacruz on Sunday

Updated on: 25 January,2024 05:32 PM IST  |  Mumbai
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The Western Railway, while sharing an update on Mumbai local trains said that it will operate a jumbo block between Churchgate and Santacruz on Sunday

Mumbai local train update: Western Railway to operate jumbo block between Churchgate and Santacruz on Sunday

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The Western Railway's Mumbai division while sharing an update on Mumbai local trains on Thursday said that it will operate a jumbo block between Churchgate and Santacruz on Sunday.


The Western Railway said that to carry out maintenance work of tracks, signaling and overhead equipment, a jumbo block of five hours will be taken on up and down slow lines between Churchgate and Mumbai Central (local) station from 10:35 hrs to 15:35 hrs on Sunday, 28th January, 2024.


According to a press release issued by Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, Sumit Thakur, during the block period, all Slow line trains will be operated on fast lines between Churchgate and Mumbai Central (local).


The Western Railway said that due to the block, some up and down suburban trains will remain cancelled. Detailed information to this effect is available with concerned station masters.

"Passengers are requested to take note of the above arrangements," the Western Railway said.

Meanwhile, in an another statement, the Western Railway said, for the convenience of passengers and with a view to clear extra passenger traffic Western Railway has decided to run four Special Trains (one way special) on Special Fare from Bandra Terminus to Abu Road, Valsad to Raniwara, Udhna to Mavli and Udhna to Balotra.

1.    Train No. 09035 Bandra Terminus – Abu Road Special Train

Train No. 09035 Bandra Terminus – Abu Road Special will depart Bandra Terminus on Friday, 26th January, 2024 at 21.45 hrs and reach Abu Road at 09.30 hrs, the next day. 

Enroute this train will halt Borivali, Vapi, Surat, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Mahesana and Palanpur stations.

This train comprises of Sleeper Class and General Second Class coaches.
2. Train No. 09037 Valsad - Raniwara Special Train

Train No. 09037 Valsad - Raniwara Special will depart Valsad on Friday, 26th January, 2024 at 19.55 hrs and reach Raniwara at 05.30 hrs, the next day. 

Enroute this train will halt Surat, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Mahesana, Patan and Bhildi stations. 

This train comprises of Sleeper Class and General Second Class coaches.

3.    Train No. 09015 Udhna – Mavli Special Train

Train No. 09015 Udhna - Mavli Special will depart Udhna on Friday, 26th January, 2024 at 14.00 hrs and reach Mavli at 03.30 hrs, the next day.

Enroute this train will halt Surat, Bharuch, Vadodara, Anand, Nadiad, Ahmedabad, Asarva, Himmatnagar, Dungarpur and Udaipur City stations. 

This train comprises of Sleeper Class and General Second Class coaches.

4.    Train No. 09019 Udhna - Balotra Special Train
 
Train No. 09019 Udhna - Balotra Special will depart Udhna on Friday, 26th January, 2024 at 14.00 hrs and reach Balotra at 06.00 hrs, the next day. 
Enroute this train will halt Surat, Bharuch, Vadodara, Anand, Nadiad, Ahmedabad, Mahesana, Palanpur, Abu Road, Marwar, Luni and Samdhari stations. 

This train comprises of Sleeper Class and General Second Class coaches.

The booking for Train No 09035, 09037, 09015 and 09019 will open from 25th January, 2024 at all PRS Counters and on IRCTC website.

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