Indian Railways Cancels These 14 Trains With Immediate Effect; Mumbai Local Impacted
A few of the long-distance passenger trains will be canceled from Sunday, 2 January and Monday, 3 January.
The reason behind this cancellation of trains is that Indian Railways’ Central Railway (CR) will be operating an infrastructure block on Up and Down slow lines between Kalva and Diva.
14 Trains Originating In Mumbai To Be Cancelled; Find Out Why!
The Central Railway will be operating an infrastructure block on Up and Down slow lines between Kalva and Diva. This is for the cut and connection of the newly laid slow line with existing slow lines for diversion in connection with Thane – Diva 5th and 6th lines.
This will be conducted from 02.00 hrs of Sunday(02 January) to 02.00 hrs of Monday( 03 January), causing the cancellation of trains. The trains that will be cancelled are as follows:
Cancellation of Express trains Journey Commencing on 1.1.2022 (Saturday)
12112 Amravati-Mumbai Express
12140 Nagpur-Mumbai Sewagram Express
17611 Nanded – Mumbai Rajyarani Express
Cancellation of Express trains Journey Commencing on 2.1.2022 (Sunday)
11007 / 11008 Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai Deccan Express
12071 / 12072 Mumbai-Jalna-Mumbai Janshatabdi Express
12109 /12110 Mumbai-Manmad-Mumbai Panchvati Express
11401 Mumbai-Adilabad Nandigram Express
12123 /12124 Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai Deccan Queen
12111 Mumbai-Amravati Express
12139 Mumbai – Nagpur Sevagram Express
11139 Mumbai-Gadag Express
17612 Mumbai-Nanded Rajyarani Express
Cancellation of Express trains Journey Commencing on 3.1.2022(Monday)
11402 Adilabad-Mumbai Nandigram Express
11140 Gadag-Mumbai Express
Short termination / Short origination of Express trains
17317 Hubballi-Dadar Express JCO 1.1.2022 will be short terminated at Pune and
17318 Dadar- Hubballi Express JCO 2.1.2022 will short originate from Pune.
11030 Kolhapur–Mumbai Koyna Exp JCO 1.1.2022 will be short terminated at Pune and
11029 Mumbai – Kolhapur Koyna Exp JCO 2.1.2022 will short originate from Pune
Mumbai Local Impacted?
Also, the Up slow / semi-fast services to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus leaving Kalyan from 23.52 hrs on 1.1.2021 to 23.52 hrs on 2.1.2022 will be diverted on Up fast line between Kalyan and Mulund. There will be no halt at Thakurli, Kopar, Mumbra, Kalva stations and further re-diverted on Up slow line at Mulund station and arrive at their destination 10 minutes behind schedule.
Down slow/semi-fast services from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus leaving Mulund at 05.05 hrs on 2.1.2022 to 01.15 hrs on 3.1.2022 will be diverted on Down fast line between Mulund and Kalyan stations. The halt at Kalva, Mumbra, Kopar, Thakurli stations will be skipped and the trains will arrive at their destination 10 minutes behind schedule.
Additionally, suburban services will not be available at Kalva, Mumbra, Kopar, and Thakurli stations during the block. Also, passengers boarding the trains from these stations are advised to board from Thane, Diva, Dombivali, and Kalyan respectively.
As per reports, the Railway Administration has made arrangements for buses to run in coordination with Municipal Transport Undertakings. Additionally, Dombivli Originating / terminating locals will not be available either, during the entire block period.