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Western Railway trains cancelled, rescheduled on Mumbai-Delhi route, Deets here

New Delhi: Western Railway trains on the Mumbai-Delhi route get cancelled as the Indian Railway is upgrading the infra work to make the journey of 160 kmph easier. Civil works are scheduled to take place at Bridge No. 471 in Sayan’s yard under the Surat-Vadodara section. According to the WR, a block of 4 hours […]

Edited By : Yashashvi Tak | Updated: Jun 18, 2023 16:08 IST
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New Delhi: Western Railway trains on the Mumbai-Delhi route get cancelled as the Indian Railway is upgrading the infra work to make the journey of 160 kmph easier. Civil works are scheduled to take place at Bridge No. 471 in Sayan’s yard under the Surat-Vadodara section.

According to the WR, a block of 4 hours and 30 minutes will be applied on the Up Line beginning at 1 p.m. on Sunday, June 18.

Cancelled Trains list:

Train No. 09158 Bharuch ­– Surat MEMU, scheduled for the journey on June 18.

Train No. 09082 Bharuch ­– Surat MEMU, scheduled for the journey on June 18.

Train No. 09161 Valsad – Vadodara Passenger Special, scheduled for the journey on June 18., will be partially cancelled between Surat and Vadodara.

Train No. 09162 Vadodara ­– Valsad Passenger Special, scheduled for the journey on June 18., will be partially cancelled between Vadodara and Surat.

Train No. 19101 Virar – Bharuch ­Express, scheduled for the journey on 1 June 18., will be partially cancelled between Surat and Bharuch.

Rescheduled trains

Train No. 16613 Rajkot – Coimbatore Express on June 18, will be rescheduled and depart 2.45 hours later than the original time from Rajkot station.

Train No. 20902 Gandhinagar Capital – Mumbai Central Vande Express on June 18., will be rescheduled and depart 1 hour later than the original time from Gandhinagar Capital Station.

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First published on: Jun 18, 2023 04:08 PM IST

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