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Amravati to C shivaji term mumbai | Distance-672Kms | Travel Time 11:40Hrs | Avg Speed 61Km/Hr

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Trains Update - 11 due to heavy rains

Central Railway

Press Release


Trains Update-11


Due to heavy rains, water logging/boulder fallen in southeast ghat, the following trains are short terminated/short originate/diverted.


Trains short terminated

·11080 Gorakhpur-LTT Express JCO 3.8.2019 short terminated at Nasik Road

·12164 Chennai-Dadar Express JCO 3.8.2019 short terminated at Kopergaon

·16382 Kanyakumari-Mumbai Express JCO 2.8.2019 short terminated at Manmad

·22144 Bidar-Mumbai Express JCO 3.8.2019 short terminated at Sainagar Shirdi

·12702 Hyderabad-Mumbai Hussain Sagar Express JCO 3.8.2019 short terminated at Nasik Road

·12294 Allahabad-LTT Duranto Express JCO 3.8.2019 short terminated at Nasik Road

·12072 Jalna-Dadar Janshatabdi Express JCO 4.8.2019 short terminated at Asvali


Trains diverted and rescheduled

·11039 Kolhapur-Gondia Maharashtra Express JCO 4.8.2019 will short originate from Miraj at 23.50 hrs.

·12284 Nizamuddin-Ernakulam Express JCO 3.8.2019 diverted via Surat-Jalgaon-Ballarshah-Gudur-Katpadi-Jolarpettai-Erode-Podhanur-Shoranur Cabin-Thrissur

·17031 Mumbai-Hyderabad Express JCO 4.8.2019 will short originate from Nasik via Manmad-Ankai-Nanded


Trains cancelled

·12112 Amravati-Mumbai Express JCO 4.8.2019

·12111 Mumbai-Amravati Express JCO 5.8.2019

·12110 Manmad-Mumbai Panchavati Express JCO 5.8.2019

·12109 Mumbai-Manmad Panchavati Express JCO 5.8.2019

·22102 Manmad-Mumbai Rajyarani Express JCO 5.8.2019

·22101 Mumbai-Manmad Rajyarani Express JCO 5.8.2019

·12118 Manmad-LTT Express JCO 5.8.2019

·12117 LTT-Manmad Express JCO 5.8.2019

·51424 Manmad-Igatpuri Passenger JCO 5.8.2019

·51423 Igatpuri-Manmad Passenger JCO 5.8.2019

·51401 Pune-Manmad Passenger JCO 5.8.2019

·51402 Manmad-Pune Passenger JCO 5.8.2019

·51154 Bhusaval-Mumbai Passenger JCO 5.8.2019

·51153 Mumbai-Bhusaval Passenger JCO 5.8.2019

·22107 Mumbai-Latur Express JCO 4.8.2019

·11024 Kolhapur-Mumbai Sahyadri Express JCO 4.8.2019

·11023 Mumbai-Kolhapur Sahyadri Express JCO 4.8.2019

·22103 Allahabad-LTT Express JCO 5.8.2019

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Date: August 4, 2019

This press release is issued by Sunil Udasi, Chief Public Relations Officer, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.



(Sunil Udasi)
Chief Public Relations Officer


The Minister of Railways, Shri Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu today laid the foundation stone of station building at Tupul, announced commencement of work at second portal of Tunnel No. 12 and laid foundation stone of the Safety Tunnel for Tunnel No. 12 – the longest tunnel in the Jiribam – Tupul – Imphal section at a glittering function held at the 1st Manipur Rifles Parade Ground at Imphal.

Laying the foundation stones, Shri Prabhu said, Indian Railways are dedicated for providing connectivity for the northeastern states. He said, the region has tremendous potential for tourism development and Indian Railways Tourism and Catering Corporation has been working o­n developing railway tourism packages in the region. He said, development of a region could not take place without investment. Therefore, Indian Railway has decided to invest more than eight lakh fifty thousand crore rupees during 2014-19 in infrastructure projects to act as catalyst for development. He also said that development should not be at the cost of environment. Therefore, Indian Railway is bringing in green technology like electric locomotives so that the environment can be protected.

The function was attended by Honourable Governor of Manipur, Dr. Najma A. Heptulla, Chief Minister of Manipur Shri Okram Ibobi Singh, Deputy Chief Minister of Manipur Shri Gaikhangam, Minister of Human Resource Development Shri Prakash Javadekar, Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajen Gohain, Transport & Education Minister of Manipur Shri Kh. Ratan Kumar Singh, Members of Lok Sabha Shri Thanso Baite and Dr. Thokchom Meinya, Manipur MLAs Shri R. K. Imo Singh, Shri Kh. Devendro Singh and Shri Wangkheimayam Brajabidhu Singh, General Manager of N. F. Railway Shri Chahatey Ram, General Manager of N. F. Railway (Construction) Shri H. K. Jaggi other senior railway and Manipur Government officials, host of invited guests and public.

Speaking in the function the Governor of Manipur, Dr. Najma A. Heptulla lauded the efforts of the railways in taking up the daunting task of bringing in the BG railway line through the difficult hilly terrain from Jiribam at 31 metres above mean sea level to Imphal at 788 metres from mean sea level. She expressed hope that Manipur will become an important hub in rail connectivity with South-east Asia.

While praising the Railway Minister for his initiatives in development of rail network in the northeast, the Chief Minister, Shri Okram Ibobi Singh expressed hope that the project of connecting Maniupur’s capital would be completed before the scheduled time-frame as the project was being executed in a fast pace.

Minister of State for Railways Shri Rajen Gohain said that for the first time in India, a safety tunnel for the safe evacuation of people during any emergency at the Tunnel No. 12 is being constructed. He said, the Jiribam – Tupul – Imphal railway line is significant as the section will have the tallest bridge in the world and the longest railway tunnel in India. Completion of the project will expose the rich culture of Manipur to the world, he said.

Tunnel No. 12:The Tunnel no.12 is thlongest railway tunnel in India on the Jiribam–Tupul–Imphal new broad gauge railway line. It will be 11.55 km long, more than the famous Pir Panjal tunnel o­n the Banihal-Qazigund line. The 111km long Jiribam–Tupul–Imphal new broad gauge railway project was taken up in 2008 and was declared a National Project owing to its importance. o­n this stretch, the 12.5 km Jiribam to Dholakhal section has been completed and commissioned for freight train in March 2016. For the 84 km Jiribam–Tupul section, 29 out of 37 tunnels have been completed by October end this year.

The Tunnel No 12 of the Tupul – Imphal section lies in the two districts of Manipur viz, Senapati and Imphal West Districts, and is situated in the western part of the Imphal Valley. This tunnel lies in between Haochong –Imphal Block section. The approximate cost for construction of this tunnel would be Rs930 Crs.

Safety Tunnel: for the safe evacuation of people during any emergency at the Tunnel No. 12, a parallel Safety Tunnel of 9.35km length is being constructed as per International Technical Specification. The main tunnel and parallel safety tunnel will be connected through Cross passages at every 500m. The approximate cost for construction of the Safety Tunnel is Rs 368 Crs.

(Pranav Jyoti Sharma)


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