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Address: Vasai Road, Vasai, Maharashtra 401202, India

Station Code: BSR

Station Name: VASAI ROAD

Zone: WR/Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 281

Station Traffic: High

Address: Veer V D Savarkar Road, Wali, Roha, Maharashtra 402109, India

Station Code: ROHA

Station Name: ROHA

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 149

Station Traffic: Medium

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09418ADI THVM SPLBSR01:10ROHA04:553:45F2A,3A,SL,GN,09418 Status
09007MMCT THVM SPLBSR01:40ROHA04:553:15M,TH2A,3A,SL,GN,09007 Status
09001MMCT MAJN SPLBSR01:40ROHA04:553:15W2A,3A,SL,GN,09001 Status
09011BDTS MAJN AC SPLBSR01:40ROHA04:553:15SU2A,3A,CC,09011 Status
09009BDTS MAJN SPLBSR01:40ROHA04:553:15TU2A,3A,SL,GN,09009 Status
22475HSR CBE AC S FBSR03:10ROHA05:552:45TH1A,2A,3A,22475 Status
19332INDB KCVL EXPBSR11:25ROHA14:553:30TU2A,3A,SL,GN,19332 Status
09416ADI SWV SPECIALBSR17:05ROHA20:103:05TU2A,3A,SL,GN,09416 Status
19260BVC KCVL EXPBSR20:40ROHA23:503:10TU,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,19260 Status
09106BRC SWV SPLBSR21:45ROHA01:083:23SU2A,3A,SL,GN,09106 Status
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Press Release No. 2020/0331-03-2020



Western Railway has taken various measures to mitigate the Pandemic Corona Virus Infection

To deal with the Corona Virus outbreak, Indian Railways is taking various steps for the containment of the spread of the disease. In this direction, Western Railway is also taking all possible efforts to contain the spread of this deadly and life threatening disease. Various preventive measures have been taken by W. Rly to counter the spread of this infection in railway premises. o­ne of the recent developments to prevent danger of effects of CORONA virus has been to increase the rate of platform tickets, with a view to restrict & discourage the number of passengers in railway premises including platform and FOBs. The rate of platform tickets has been increased from ₹.10/- to ₹.50 /- at 26 stations of W. Rly’s Mumbai Division with effect from 17/03/2020. These stations are Surat, Bandra (T), Borivali, Udhna, Mumbai Central, Vapi, Dadar, Valsad, Navsari, Andheri, Vasai Road, Boisar, Nandurbar, Bilimora, Amalner, Virar, Palghar, Bandra, Bhayandar, Dahanu Road, Goregaon, Nalasopara, Vyara, Dondaicha, Churchgate and Malad. There will be no change in the rate of platform tickets of rest of the stations. Similarly, the other divisions of W. Rly have also increased the platform ticket rates at select stations from ₹.10/- to ₹.50 /- as a precautionary measure for crowd management.

According to press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar – Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, the interface areas in coaches & at stations such as entrance handrails (In coaches), door handles, toilet door handles & latches, toilet health faucet, water tap, etc. is being cleaned frequently in primary maintenance trains/secondary maintenance trains/ STR examination trains at depot/ platforms, o­nboard by OBHS staff & by CTS staff, using suitable/ recommended disinfectant, at nominated stations. Similarly, electrical switches, charge points frequently touched by customers are also thoroughly cleaned. AC coach attendants have been appropriately counseled to regulate the temperature setting in AC coaches preferably between 24-25 degree Celsius and ensure cleaning of air filters of AC coaches during every primary maintenance. Also, all curtains in AC coaches has been removed and the blankets provided in AC coaches including first AC were withdrawn from service. However, for First AC passengers, blankets with fresh washed covers (separate for UP/ DN directions) may be provided o­n demand. The Linen are been given in sealed packets to passengers and AC linen attendants have been strictly counseled against recirculation of used linen. In addition to this, sufficient additional linen has also been provided o­n train, as a standby. The attendants have been counseled to ensure that open/ loose/ strewn & used linen items should not be stacked up and all curtains & spare blankets to be washed dried and stored in clean, dry storage facility. In addition to above as per Railway Board, info stickers regarding COVID-19 precautions & awareness have been displayed in coaches & across station premises. The awareness messages are been played over in rakes with PA address system. The above measures will be ensured upto 31st March or till further notice.


Press Release No. 2020/03 30-03-2020


Photo caption: The first photo depicts the lady porters at Bhavnagar station alongwith bags containing monthly grocery material distributed to them while the second pic is of preparation of Dal Kichidi at Mumbai Central Base Kitchen. The pics in the bottom row are of food distribution at Mumbai Central, Mariamnagar, Worli and at Vasai Road respectively.

With the 21 days lockdown declared by Hon’ble Prime Minister to contain the spread of the deadly Coronavirus, entering the sixth day, various sections of underprivileged people such as marginally poor, daily wagers, labourers, etc are finding it difficult to meet the both ends. In this dire situation, Western Railway's staff from various departments such as the Railway Protection Force (RPF), Commercial staff and the IRCTC have voluntarily come forward with a helping hand and has displayed their humane side by being ‘Good Samaritans’ to such persons affected by the lockdown by providing free food packages, groceries or any other such essential items requiredby them. Shri Alok Kansal - General Manager of Western Rly is in all praise for these employees who have gone beyond their call of duty and has shown such exemplary act of kindness in such testing times. However, he has also given a word of caution to take all preventive & necessary safety and hygiene levels to be practiced to ensure zero error.

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar - Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Railway, in the wake of the pandemic Corona virus lockdown in our country, W. Rly alongwith IRCTC have extended all required help to reach out to as many needful people and serve them by providing with food packets, ration packages, other essentials, etc. Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has geared up its base kitchens in Mumbai and Ahmedabad stations for preparing distress meals in huge quantities for the poor and needy people in & around Mumbai and Ahmedabad. Around 1500 Meals comprising of Dal Khichdi Pickle were prepared by IRCTC o­n the 29th of March, 2020 from their Base Kitchen at Mumbai Central for distribution whereas o­n 30th March, 2020; 2880 & 1037 meals were prepared at Mumbai & Ahmedabad Base Kitchens respectively for distribution. These simple and hygienic meals were made available for o­nward distribution through the channels of NGOs and Railway’s Commercial staff and RPF personnel to the needy/destitute /poor & stranded amidst this Covid-19 epidemic. Major NGOs to whom Khichdi meals were supplied from Mumbai Base Kitchen are Salaam Mumbai, Robinhood Army, New Future Foundation, Mariyam Trust & Nanhi Kali. Mariam Trust distributed Khichdi in Mariamanagar located at Worli, Mumbai whereas, Nanhi Kali distributed the meals outside KEM hospital, Tata hospital & also in slums around there. The food prepared by Ahmedabad Base Kitchen was distributed by the RPF & commercial staff to around 600 needy persons. This socially responsible gesture o­n part of IRCTC shall continue in the forthcoming days also and the numbers are expected to rise. Several NGOs and Trust Funds have also extended their generosity to help the needy across the Western Railway jurisdiction. At Vasai Road, the Gurdwara Prabandhan Commitee distributed Khichdi to around 50 to 60 needy people including HouseKeeping Staffs.

W.Rly’s RPF feeds thousands of poor people

In the wake of COVID 19 lockdown people are not finding work and facing financial crunch. Poor people are worst hit by the pandemic. In a pan division program, Railway Protection Force, Mumbai Division, Western Railway provided food to 2765 poor people o­n 30.03.2020. RPF has geared up and working tirelessly in this tough time not o­nly to protect Railway assets including thousands of coaches and engines stabled throughout the division but also working wholeheartedly to feed poor people as a humanitarian gesture.RPF is distributing meal prepared at IRCTC base kitchen at Mumbai Central station. Apart from this RPF is coordinating with several NGOs and social workers to feed those who are in dire need of nutrition.IRCTC has started it's base kitchen in Mumbai Central andpreparing distress meals in huge quantities for the poor and needy people in Mumbai. Several NGOs including Salaam Mumbai, Future India Foundation, Gujrati Samaj, Yuva Prerna and Robinhood Army were roped in. This socially responsible gesture o­n part of RPF in coordination with other agencies shall continue in the forthcoming days also and the numbers of meals distributed are expected to rise. Due precautions, usage of PPE and social distancing norms were strictly observed while distributing the food. The people were also briefed regarding the do's and don'ts of COVID 19. It is RPF's constant endeavour to provide selfless service to the people in this hour of need

Shri Bhakar stated that few railwaymen have also voluntarily come forward to serve such needful persons in their vicinity by spending from their own pockets. o­ne such glaring example is Shri J.K. Sumara working as Dy. CTI at Bhavnagar station of W.Rly. He has taken a great inititiave in helping licensed porters who are now without any source of income and distributed provisions & other essential goods worth ₹10,000 to the Licensed Porters at Bhavnagar station. Each care package was worth Rs. 550 and each porter was also helped with a cash amount of Rs. 500 as well. At Botad station, few railway employees alongwith the locals, distributed Roti, sabji and buttermilk to some 100 odd needy people and has assured that this noble deed will be continued. At Nagda station of Ratlam division, RPF personnel distributed food packets in the nearby slum areas which comprised of daily wage labourers. The Railways as well as the railway employees are extending their help to the needy in the event of a national crisis, even though there is a complete lockdown of passenger ferrying trains. o­n the other hand, Railways is also running goods train, milk van trains and now even parcel van trains to help transport essential commodities to different parts of the country. This will ensure to keep the supply of basic essential commodities to the citizens of the country.




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