Visakhapatnam-Secunderabad Special Train Today
By Express News Service | Published: 21st January 2014 10:21 AM |
In order to clear extra rush of passengers, two special trains will run between Visakhapatnam and Secunderabad.
Train 08501 Visakhapatnam-Secunderabad special will depart from Visakhapatnam at 19.05 hours on January 21 (Tuesday) and arrive at Secunderabad at 07.50 hours on the next day. In the return direction, train 08502 Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam special will depart from Secunderabad at 16.30 hours on January 22 and arrive at Visakhapatnam at 06.45 hours on the next day. The special trains, carrying 20 coaches, will stop at Duvvada, Anakapalli, Tuni, Annavaram, Samalkot, Rajamundry, Tadepalligudem, Eluru, Vijayawada, Khammam, Warangal and Kazipet.
Bidar-Humnabad DEMUs on Jan 26
The South Central Railway will run six diesel-electric multiple unit (DEMU) passenger special trains between Bidar and Humnabad on January 26 (Sunday).
Train 07009 Bidar-Humnabad DEMU special will leave Bidar at 05.00 hours and arrive at Humnabad at 06.45 hours on the same day. The 07023 special will leave Bidar at 13.30 hours and arrive at Humnabad at 15.15 hours on the same day. Train 07011 special will depart from Bidar at 18.00 hours and arrive at Humnabad at 19.45 hours on the same day.
Train 07010 Humnabad-Bidar DEMU will leave Humnabad at 07.30 hours and arrive at Bidar at 09.15 hours on the same day. Train 07024 special will leave Humnabad at 15.30 hours and reach Bidar at 17.15 hours and train 07012 DEMU special will depart from Humnabad at 20.00 hours and arrive at Bidar at 21.45 hours on the same day. These special trains will stop at Khanapur, Kanaji, Hallikhed and Nandagaon.
CANCELLATION: Trains 77655/77656, 77653/77654 and 77651/77652 Bidar-Humnabad-Bidar DEMU trains will be cancelled on Jan 27.
Tight Vigil at Stations, on Trains
Hyderabad: In view of the security threats, the South Central Railway has beefed up security measures in view of the Republic Day. All the six divisions have been alerted and field staff were instructed to carry out anti-sabotage checks at vulnerable locations, random checks in coordination with Government Railway Police and local police at stations, on running trains and in vulnerable areas; to detect explosives, if any, at stations, prevent the entry of unauthorised persons into railway premises and to make security arrangements at vital installations.