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Western Railway locals to be hit due to Lower Parel bridge final girder work

Updated on: 15 September,2022 11:02 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Rajendra B. Aklekar | rajendra.aklekar@mid-day.com

In connection with the ongoing work of Delisle Road over bridge at Lower Parel, a Power and Traffic Block of four hours will be taken on all lines at Lower Parel from 1:10 am to 5:10 am, Sumit Thakur, Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway said

Western Railway locals to be hit due to Lower Parel bridge final girder work

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The final girder of the Lower Parel road over bridge is being planned to be placed above the rail lines on Thursday-Friday night due to which local trains post-midnight on Thursday will be affected on Western Railway.


"In connection with the ongoing work of Delisle Road Over Bridge at Lower Parel, a Power and Traffic Block of four hours will be taken on all lines at Lower Parel from 1:10 am to 5:10 am in the intervening night of 15th /16th September, 2022," Sumit Thakur, Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway told Mid-Day.



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The details of the local services affected due to this work are as under:-

1. Borivali - Churchgate Slow local departing from Borivali at 00.30 hrs will be run as extra Fast local between Andheri – Bandra – Dadar – Mumbai Central
2. Virar - Churchgate Slow local departing from Virar at 00.05 hrs will be run as extra Fast local between Borivali - Andheri – Bandra – Dadar – Mumbai Central
3. Churchgate – Virar Slow local departing from Churchgate at 04.15 hrs will be run from Dadar & will depart at 04.36 hrs. Hence, this train will remain partially cancelled between Churchgate & Dadar.
4. Churchgate – Borivali Slow local departing from Churchgate at 04.38 hrs will be run from Bandra & will depart at 05.08 hrs. Hence, this train will remain partially cancelled between Churchgate & Bandra.
5. Virar - Churchgate Slow local departing from Virar at 03.25 hrs will be delayed & depart late by 15 minutes
6. Nallasopara – Borivali Slow local departing from Nallasopara at 03.40 hrs will be delayed & depart late after the departure of above mentioned Virar - Churchgate Slow local
7. Bhayandar - Churchgate Fast local departing from Bhayandar at 04.05 hrs will be delayed & depart late by 15 minutes
8. Virar - Churchgate Fast local departing from Virar at 03.53 hrs will be delayed & depart late by 5 minutes
9. Borivali – Churchgate will be cancelled and will be run as extra Fast local from Malad & will depart at 04.45 hrs
10. Borivali - Churchgate Slow local departing from Borivali at 04.02 hrs will be run upto Dadar and will not halt at Matunga Road & Mahim stations. In reverse direction, it will be run as Dadar – Virar Fast local. Hence, both the above trains will remain partially cancelled between Dadar & Churchgate.
11. Borivali – Churchgate Slow local departing from Borivali at 04.14 hrs will be run upto Bandra. In reverse direction, it will be run as Bandra – Borivali slow local. Hence, both these trains will remain partially cancelled between Bandra & Churchgate.

In addition to the above, the following local trains will be cancelled:

i. Churchgate – Andheri local of 00.31 hrs
ii. Churchgate – Borivali local of 01.00 hrs
iii. Churchgate – Borivali local of 04.19 hrs
iv. Andheri - Churchgate local of 04.04 hrs
v. Borivali - Churchgate local of 03.50 hrs
vi. Borivali - Churchgate local of 05.31 hrs

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