Trains between Chennai and Mumbai diverted to make way for line work

For commissioning a double line, three trains playing between Chennai and Mumbai will be diverted to a run on different route.

Published: 11th November 2019 10:13 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th November 2019 10:13 PM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

CHENNAI: Due to non-interlocked working between Kalaburgi – Savalgi Railway stations in Central Railway for commissioning of double line, trains between Chennai and Mumbai will run on diverted route.

According to a press note, Mumbai CSMT - Chennai Express will run via Solalpur, Hotgi, Gadag and Guntakal in both the directions from November 20 to 26.

The Chennai - Sainagar Shirdi - Chennai weekly express scheduled to leave Chennai on November 27 will be diverted to run via Krishnarajapuram, Hubballi, Miraj, Kurduvadi, Daund and Ahmednagar.

Similarly, the Sainagar Shirdi - Chennai weekly express scheduled to leave Sainagar Shirdi on November on 22 and 29 will be diverted run via Ahmednagar, Daund Kurduvadi, Miraj, Hubballi and Krishnarajapuram, said the statement.

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