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MANDA ROAD

STATION INFO

Address: Uttar Pradesh 212104, India

Station Code: MNF

Station Name: MANDA ROAD

Zone: NCR/North Central

Total Unique Trains: 9

Train Frequency Weekly: 35

Station Traffic: Low

ALL PASSING TRAINS
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TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Arrival
13111LAL QUILA EXP 14:1514:161M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL
13112LAL QUILA EXP11:5311:552M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL
13132ANVT KOAA EXP09:1609:182M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU3A,SL
13201RJPB LTT EXP06:1906:201M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL
13202LTT RJPB EXP01:2001:222M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL
14209BDL LKO INTRCTY14:0414:062M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUCC
14210LKO BDL INTRCIT12:4412:462M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUCC
14370TRIVENI EXP 22:3622:382M,W,F2A,SL
24370TRIVENI EXP 22:3622:382TU,TH,SA,SU2A,SL
TrainTrain NameArrDepHaltDaysClasses
Departure



RECENT NEWS

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03-06-2015
CUSTOMER FRIENDLY MEASURES INITIATED TO FACILITATE THE PASSENGERS BY NORTHERN RAILWAY

In view of o­ngoing summer rush, Railways has initiated a number of customer friendly measures to facilitate the passengers. Seven touts have been caught with the help of GRP under Prevention of Touting and Malpractices Ordinance, 2010 & CrPc Act during a surprise raid o­n 31st of May, 2015. Signing of Tatkal forms by CRSs and bringing of ID proof by passengers have been made mandatory to prevent touting activities. 10 Officers and 25 Inspectors have been deputed at various Delhi Area PRS locations to monitor summer rush arrangements. CCTVs have been installed at 31 PRS locations over five divisions of NR.

Frequent announcements of special trains are being made at PRS offices. Instructions have been issued for opening of maximum number of counters during peak hours in summer rush. Renovation of IRCA Reservation Complex has been carried out with further beautification work under process. During inspections special emphasis have been laid down o­n the cleanliness aspect.







2
03-06-2015
NORTHERN RAILWAY CARRIES INTENSIVE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN TO EDUCATE ROAD USERS

INTERNATIONAL LEVEL CROSSING AWARENESS DAY o­n 3rd JUNE 201         

            Every year, Indian Railways observe o­ne day as the International Level Crossing Awareness Day. This year, 3rd June is being observed as Level Crossing Day.  Northern Railway has decided to participate in this global campaign to sensitize road users to increase safety at unmanned level crossings.  The Railway focuses o­n educational measures and the promotion of safe behaviour at and around level crossings.

            The number of unmanned level crossing accidents occurring o­n Indian Railways is a cause of concern.The accidents occur primarily due to inadequate precautions by the road users failing to observe mandatory sign boards, signals and basic traffic safety rules.Over the last five years, the train accidents at unmanned level crossings remained at low level.

            Northern Railways carry out intensive social awareness campaigns, o­n a regular basis, to educate road users.This includes publicity campaigns through various media like newspapers, TV, Radio etc., distribution of posters, leaflets, pamphlets, stickers, banners, posters, street plays/ Nukkad Nataks, Safety Seminars, public meetings, various short duration films/advertisements, awareness through mobile SMS etc.There is a need to educate people at Village Panchayats, schools, weekly markets in rural areas and also carry out ambush checks at unmanned level crossings.

            To enhance the safety and reduce inconvenience to road users, busy level crossings are being replaced by Road Over Bridges (ROB)/ Road Under Bridges (RUB) and Limited Height Sub Ways (LHS) gradually.








COMMENTS

1
03-06-2015
CUSTOMER FRIENDLY MEASURES INITIATED TO FACILITATE THE PASSENGERS BY NORTHERN RAILWAY

In view of o­ngoing summer rush, Railways has initiated a number of customer friendly measures to facilitate the passengers. Seven touts have been caught with the help of GRP under Prevention of Touting and Malpractices Ordinance, 2010 & CrPc Act during a surprise raid o­n 31st of May, 2015. Signing of Tatkal forms by CRSs and bringing of ID proof by passengers have been made mandatory to prevent touting activities. 10 Officers and 25 Inspectors have been deputed at various Delhi Area PRS locations to monitor summer rush arrangements. CCTVs have been installed at 31 PRS locations over five divisions of NR.

Frequent announcements of special trains are being made at PRS offices. Instructions have been issued for opening of maximum number of counters during peak hours in summer rush. Renovation of IRCA Reservation Complex has been carried out with further beautification work under process. During inspections special emphasis have been laid down o­n the cleanliness aspect.







2
03-06-2015
NORTHERN RAILWAY CARRIES INTENSIVE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN TO EDUCATE ROAD USERS

INTERNATIONAL LEVEL CROSSING AWARENESS DAY o­n 3rd JUNE 201         

            Every year, Indian Railways observe o­ne day as the International Level Crossing Awareness Day. This year, 3rd June is being observed as Level Crossing Day.  Northern Railway has decided to participate in this global campaign to sensitize road users to increase safety at unmanned level crossings.  The Railway focuses o­n educational measures and the promotion of safe behaviour at and around level crossings.

            The number of unmanned level crossing accidents occurring o­n Indian Railways is a cause of concern.The accidents occur primarily due to inadequate precautions by the road users failing to observe mandatory sign boards, signals and basic traffic safety rules.Over the last five years, the train accidents at unmanned level crossings remained at low level.

            Northern Railways carry out intensive social awareness campaigns, o­n a regular basis, to educate road users.This includes publicity campaigns through various media like newspapers, TV, Radio etc., distribution of posters, leaflets, pamphlets, stickers, banners, posters, street plays/ Nukkad Nataks, Safety Seminars, public meetings, various short duration films/advertisements, awareness through mobile SMS etc.There is a need to educate people at Village Panchayats, schools, weekly markets in rural areas and also carry out ambush checks at unmanned level crossings.

            To enhance the safety and reduce inconvenience to road users, busy level crossings are being replaced by Road Over Bridges (ROB)/ Road Under Bridges (RUB) and Limited Height Sub Ways (LHS) gradually.





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Ruby- Sat May 10 5:12 2014
Hi,I need information rednrgiag the toy train. As in, at what time is it available, how do i book the tickets and is there any other way to to reach there, if not the toy train? I tried the irctc website but its not showing the train. I wish to go to Matheran over this weekend i. e., 15 and 16th of dec. Immediate reply is appreciated.


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