Mumbai-Patna Suvidha Superfast Services Begin Tomorrow

Published: 08th August 2015 10:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th August 2015 10:12 AM   |  A+A-


MUMBAI: The Central Railway will commence regular service of Suvidha Superfast Express train between Patna and Mumbai from tommorrow.

Train No.22355 Suvidha Superfast Bi-weekly Express will leave Patna every Sunday and Wednesday from 9 August at 1 pm and arrive Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai at 4.05 pm next day, said a spokesperson from CR. While train No.22356 Suvidha Superfast Bi-weekly Express will leave Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai on every Tuesday and Friday from 11 August at 11.05 am and arrive Patna at 3.35 pm next day.

This train will halt at Bhusaval, Jabalpur, Chheoki and Mughalsarai stations and will have one AC-2 Tier, four AC-3 Tier, 8 sleeper Class, one Pantry Car in its composition, added the spokesperson. In another passenger friendly move, Railways have

decided to extend Train No. 12071/12072 Dadar (T) - Aurangabad - Dadar (T) Janshatabdi Express upto Jalna with effect from August 9, 2015.

Issuing a statement, CR said that  Train No. 12071 Janshatabdi Express leaving Dadar(T) at 2 pm with effect from August 9 will arrive at Jalna at 9.40 pm same day. While, Train No. 12072 Janshatabdi Express with effect from August 9, 2015 will leave from Jalna at 04.45 am and arrive Dadar(T) at 12.30 pm same day.

There will be no change in the existing halts and timings of arrival and departure at stations in between Dadar(T) and Aurangabad.

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