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C shivaji term mumbai to Latur | Distance-530Kms | Travel Time 9:30Hrs | Avg Speed 58Km/Hr

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4KYNKALYAN JN21:5021:533:00541
7PUNEPUNE JN00:3000:355:001922
8DDDAUND JN01:5001:522:002682
10BTWBARSI TOWN03:5303:552:004142
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Saving of 1.64 lakh tons carbon footprints annually with electrification on Mumbai Division

Saving of 1.64 lakh tons carbon footprints annually with electrification o­n Mumbai Division

100% Electrification o­n Mumbai Division saves Rs 556.56 crore annually

Indian Railways is working in mission mode to become the largest Green Railways in the world and is moving towards becoming a “net zero carbon emitter” before 2030. Railways is guided by a holistic vision of being an environment friendly, efficient, cost effective, punctual and a modern carrier of passengers as well as the freight in order to serve the growing needs of New India.

The first electric train ran in India between the then Bombay Victoria Terminus (now Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus) and Kurla o­n Harbour line o­n 03.02.1925. The section was electrified o­n 1500 Volt DC.  The conversion of DC traction o­n Mumbai Division of Central Railway to AC traction began in 2001 and progressively, without significant disturbance to the lifeline of the nation, i.e. suburban services, was completed in 2016. It has overcome the challenges of conversion of DC-AC Traction, Ghat sections, etc. over the years.  This also resulted in capacity enhancement of 33% as 9-car services were converted to 12-car services o­n suburban section.

Mumbai Division was fully electrified with 555.5 route km in 2019. This has helped to change the lifestyle of people of Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The last section i.e. Panvel-Pen-Roha electrified o­n Mumbai have benefited for better connect of Raigad and Alibag Districts with Mumbai Metropolitan City. The section Panvel-Pen-Roha is also Gateway to connect Western ghat and Konkan Railway network.

During the year 2022-23, 77 pairs of mail/express trains changed to electric traction. The important trains run o­n electric traction o­n Mumbai Division are Rajdhani Express, Vande Bharat Express, Deccan Queen, Punjab Mail, Tejas Express, Vidarbha Express, Duronto Express etc.  In fact, Rajdhani Express is the o­nly train which run o­n push-pull mode daily. 22107/22108 Mumbai-Latur Express switched over electric traction recently in February 2023 and 22143/22144 Mumbai-Bidar Express will be switched over electric traction soon.  This will significantly reduce the fuel bill of Mumbai Division which is 5156.75 kilo litre per month o­n an average and earn 1.64 lakh ton carbon footprints annually.

Pace of Railway Electrification, which is environment friendly and reduces pollution, has increased at 9X speed since 2014. Railways has planned electrification of BG routes which will facilitate elimination of diesel traction resulting in significant reduction in its carbon footprint and environmental pollution.

Electrification offers advantages like:
• Environmental-friendly mode of transport
• Reduced dependence o­n imported diesel fuel, thereby saving precious foreign currency and reduced carbon footprints
• Reduced operating cost
• Haulage of heavier freight trains and longer passenger trains with high haulage capacity of Electric Locomotives leading to increased throughput
• Increased sectional capacity by eliminating detention o­n account of traction change
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Date: March 3, 2023
PR No.2023/03/06
This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai

(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer

Infrastructure Maintenance work at Mazgaon Yard

Central Railway

Press Release

Infrastructure Maintenance work at Mazgaon Yard

Central Railway will operate an infrastructure maintenance block for washing pit repairs and maintenance at Mazgaon Yard.Due to this block, the following trains will run with o­ne second class seating coach reduced in their composition as under:

22107 Mumbai-Latur Express from 10.1.2022 to 24.2.2022

22108 Latur-Mumbai Express from 11.1.2022 to 25.2.2022

22143 Mumbai-Bidar Express from 12.1.2022 to 23.2.2022

22144 Bidar-Mumbai Express from 13.1.2022 to 24.2.2022

11003/11004 Dadar-Sawantwadi Road-Dadar Tutari Express from 10.1.2022 to 24.2.2022

Passengers are requested to kindly note this change due to the infrastructure maintenance block.

Follow covid-19 appropriate behaviour while boarding and alighting at stations and travelling in train.

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Date: January 9, 2022

PR No.2022/01/16

This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.



(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer


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