The highest number of 3,821 passengers were screened at Borivali station, followed by 3,236 at Mumbai Central and 3,010 at Bandra Terminus.
Lift travel restrictions in Mumbai local trains in non-peak hours: Maharashtra government to Railways
At present only certain categories of persons including essential services staff are allowed to travel by local trains, Mumbai's lifeline, in view of the coronavirus threat.
Earlier last week, the Railway authorities permitted women to travel on special suburban services during non-peak hours.
Train services disrupted as power failure hits Mumbai, government says electricity to be restored soon
BEST said that the electric supply is interrupted due to TATA's incoming electric supply failure.
According to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), rain intensity has reduced and there is no waterlogging anywhere in the metropolis.
With waterlogged tracks, suburban services of both Central Railway and Western Railway were suspended early Wednesday morning.
Five special trains departing from Mumbai have been rescheduled and three special trains will be either diverted or regulated enroute, the Central Railway (CR) said in a release.
Coronavirus: Mumbai local trains to be closed for public, only 'essential service providers' allowed
While the local train services have never been halted, this will be first time that it will be restricted for the general people.
Residents are putting out videos of waterlogging in several areas, while the meteorological department warns of more severe rainfall for the next three days.