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Address: Karnataka 571401, India

Station Code: MYA

Station Name: MANDYA

Zone: SWR/South Western

Train Frequency Weekly: 259

Station Traffic: High

Address: Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India

Station Code: CSTM

Station Name: MUMBAI CST

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 30

Station Traffic: Low





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RECENT NEWS

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2020/05/4025-05-2020
Central Railway press release dated 24.5.2020

Central Railway

Press Release

Indian Railways is running Shramik special trains for stranded migrants, workers, tourists and students in various parts of the country at the request of the state governments from 1.5.2020.

On request from Government of Maharashtra, Shramik special trains have been run from various stations of Mumbai, Pune, Bhusawal, Nagpur, & Solapur divisions of Central Railway, Nanded division of South Central Railway, Mumbai Central division of Western Railway and also from Konkan Railway. o­n demands given o­n daily basis by nodal officers of the Government of Maharashtra, Railways have run 520 Shramik special trains carrying 7,32,166 migrant workers till 23.05.2020. The demands for Shramik special trains are given by State Government with list of travellers, their destinations and other details after consulting receiving states.

So far Railways had to cancel 65 trains, after it was scheduled, for want of adequate preparations by State Government of Maharashtra. Certain States like WB, Jharkhand, Kerala, Odisha, Rajasthan have been reluctant to give consent for receiving Shramik Special trains. The State Government of Kerala   has requested for prior details of the migrants going to Kerala state to enable them to be in readiness for receiving the migrants with proper transportation etc. This has resulted in cancellation of train to Kerala for want of details of migrants going to Kerala. State Government of West Bengal requested that due to Amphon cyclone, they are not in a position to receive trains till 26.5.2020. Also for some places like Tirunelveli, Una, Rewa & Bilaspur the Shramik special trains departed with less number of passengers than the capacity. In fact, it is observed that there are not much demand from State Government of Maharashtra for running Shramik special trains from the districts like Nashik, Dhule, Amravati, Chandrapur and Akola etc.

There has been continuous interaction of Railways' nodal officer and his team with the nodal officers of Government of Maharashtra for planning and scheduling of Shramik special trains o­n day to day basis. So far demands given by the State Government of Maharashtra o­n day to day basis have been complied fully and in future too Railways is willing to supply trains as per the requirements and details given by state government.  Central Railway has been asking for detailed list from the nodal officer of Maharashtra. Minister of Railways, has also directed to run 125 trains tomorrow in Maharashtra and for the last two hours Railway Authorities have been waiting for the list of passengers with details of their destination to plan for the trains. Planning special trains is an elaborate process which requires time and unless lists are given in time, Maharashtra Government will make it impossible for Railways to run the train.


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Date: May 24, 2020

2020/05/40

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




(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer




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Press Release No. 97 Dt:20.05.202021-05-2020
Press Release No. 97 Dt:20.05.2020, FIRST INTRA STATE PASSENGER TRAINS IN INDIA AFTER 22 ND MARCH TO START IN SWR

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 97 Dt:20.05.2020

FIRST INTRA STATE PASSENGER TRAINS IN INDIAAFTER 22 ND MARCHTO START IN SWR

        

Starting from March 22, for the first time in history of Indian Railways, passenger trains have been suspended to comply with Lockdown imposed to contain the spread of COVID-19 across the country. However Freight and Parcel trains kept o­n running with determined work by Corona warriors in Indian Railways, to ensure uninterrupted supply of essential goods across the country.

 On May 18th, the first day of lockdown 4.0, Hon’ble CM of Karnataka has stated that inter District trains within Karnataka can be started. Ministry of Railways has considered this recommendation and has approved running of 4 trains-2 trains each between Bengaluru and Mysuru; Bengaluru and Belagavi. Hon'ble MoSR was instrumental in resumption of trains in graded manner in Karnataka.

 South Western Railway has decided to run two pairs of special trains, o­ne between KSR Bengaluru to Belagavi and the other between KSR Bengaluru to Mysuru as detailed below:-

1.Train No. 02079 / 02080 KSR Bengaluru – Belagavi – KSR Bengaluru Tri Weekly Superfast Express:-

Train No. 02079 KSR Bengaluru – Belagavi Tri Weekly Superfast Expresswill depart from KSR Bengaluru at 08:00 hrs o­n every Monday, Wednesday & Friday and arrive Belagavi at 18:30 hrs with effect from from 22.05.2020.

 Enroute this train will have stoppage at Yesvantpur – 08:09/08:10 hrs, Tumakuru – 08:59/09;00 hrs, Arsikere - 10:25/10:30 hrs, Birur – 11:13/11:14 hrs, Chikjajur – 12:09/12:10 hrs, Davangere – 12:48/12:50 hrs, Harihar – 13:03/13:04 hrs, Ranibennur – 13:25/13:26 hrs, Haveri – 13:51 / 13:52 hrs, Hubballi – 15:25/15:30 hrs and Dharwad – 15:45/15:15:47 hrs.

In the return direction Train No. 02080 Belagavi – KSR Bengaluru Tri Weekly Superfast Express will depart from Belagavi at 08:00 hrs o­n every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturdayand arrive KSR Bengaluru at 18:30 hrs with effect from 23.05.2020.

 Enroute this train will have stoppages at Dharwad – 10:15/10:17hrs, Hubballi – 10:37/10:42 hrs, Haveri – 11:40 / 11:41 hrs,Ranibennur – 12:05/12:06 hrs, Harihar – 12:27/12:28 hrs, Davangere – 12:43/12:45 hrs, Chikjajur – 13:35/13:36 hrs, Birur – 14:35/14:36 hrs, Arsikere - 15:10/15:15 hrs,Tumakuru – 16:35/16:36 hrs and Yesvantpur – 17:40/17:41 hrs .

 The train will have a composition of 14 Chair Cars and 2 Luggage cum Brake Vans. 14 Chair cars coaches of 106 seating capacity each.

2.Train No. 06503 / 06504 KSR Bengaluru – Mysuru – KSR Bengaluru Special (Six days in week) :-

 Train No. 06503 KSR Bengaluru – Mysuru Special will depart from KSR Bengaluru at 09:20 hrs and arrive Mysuru at 12:45 hrs o­n all days except Sunday with effect from from 22.05.2020.

Enroute this train will have stoppages at Kengeri – 09:43/09:44 hrs, Ramanagaram – 10:15/10:16 hrs, Maddur – 10:48/10:50 hrs, Mandya – 11:08/11:10 hrs, Pandavapura – 11:44/11:45 hrs and Naganahalli – 11:59/12:00 hrs.

In the return direction Train No. 06504 Mysuru – KSR Bengaluru Specialwill depart from Mysuru at 13:45 hrs and arrive KSR Bengaluru at 17:00 hrs o­n all days except Sunday with effect from from 22.05.2020.

 Enroute this train will have stoppages at Naganahalli – 13:54/13:55 hrs, Pandavapura – 14:10/14:11 hrs, Mandya – 14:40/14:41 hrs, Maddur – 15:02/15:03 hrs, Ramanagaram – 15:34/15:35 hrs and Kengeri – 16:10/16:11 hrs.

The train will have a composition of 14 Chair Cars and 2 Luggage cum Brake Vans. 14 Chair cars coaches of 106 seating capacity each.

 These are over and above Shramik specials from Karnataka to other States and Rajdhani specials between New Delhi and Bengaluru already running.

 On Sundays, due to lockdown in Karnataka, above 4 trains won't run.

 Passengers shall take precautionary measures such as wearing of masks, shall come in advance to boarding station for thermal screening etc.All passengers have to book the tickets o­nline through IRCTC website.

                                                                                  Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                                               South Western Railway, Hubballi












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