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Address: Chankauli, Siswa Bazar, Uttar Pradesh 273163, India

Station Code: SBZ

Station Name: SISWA BAZAR

Zone: NER/North Eastern

Train Frequency Weekly: 127

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Kalambagh Road, Muzaffarpur, Bihar 842001, India

Station Code: MFP


Zone: ECR/East Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 549

Station Traffic: High

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TrainTrain NameFromDepToArrTimeDaysClassesStatus
12558SAPT KRANTI EXPSBZ05:06MFP12:157:09M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU1A,2A,3A,SL,GN,12558 Status
15706CHAMPARAN HMSFRSBZ06:04MFP11:055:01TU,F3A15706 Status
15002DDN MFP EXPSBZ09:55MFP16:306:35SA2A,3A,SL,GN,15002 Status
15052GKP KOLKATA EXPSBZ11:44MFP17:255:41TH2A,3A,SL,GN,15052 Status
19269PBR MOTIHARI EXPSBZ12:50MFP18:105:20TH,F2A,3A,SL,GN,19269 Status
12538MUV MFP EXPRESSSBZ12:59MFP18:105:11M,W,F3A,SL,GN,12538 Status
19039AVADH EXPRESSSBZ15:18MFP21:506:32M,TH,SA2A,3A,SL,GN,19039 Status
15654JAMMU GHY EXPRESSBZ22:09MFP03:355:26F2A,3A,SL,GN,15654 Status
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Change in timings of special trains passing through Central Railway

Central Railway
Press Release
Change in timings of special trains passing through Central Railway

Railways have decided to change the timings of following trains that are passing through Central Railway jurisdiction. The details are as under:

1. 09051 Valsad-Muzaffarpur (weekly) from 12.12.2020 with halts at Jalgaon (03.52/03.55 hrs) and Bhusaval (04.25/04.30 hrs)

2. 09052 Muzaffarpur-Vaslad (weekly) from 14.12.2020 with halts at Bhusaval (23.35/23.40 hrs) and Jalgaon (00.17/00.20 hrs)

3. 02715Hazur Sahib Nanded-Amritsar (daily) from 01.01.2021 with halts at Manmad (15.50/15.55), Chalisgaon (16.43/16.45), Pachora (17.23/17.25), Jalgaon (17.58/18.00), Bhusaval (18.30/18.35), Burhanpur (19.18/19.20) and Khandwa (20.12/20.45).

4. 02716 Amritsar-Hazur Sahib Nanded (daily) from 3.1.2021 with halts at Khandwa (02.42/02.45), Burhanpur (03.38/03.40), Bhusaval (04.40/04.45), Jalgaon (05.08/05.10), Pachora (05.39/05.40), Chalisgaon (06.13/06.15) and Manmad (07.30/07.40)

For detailed timings at the halts of these special trains please visit or download NTES App.

Passengers having confirmed tickets will be permitted to board these special trains.
Passengers are advised to adhere all norms, SOPs related to COVID19 during the boarding, travel and at destination.
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Date: December 14, 2020
PR No.2020/12/43
This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.

Kisan Rail stimulating small farmers due to stoppages at small stations

Central Railway

Press Release

Kisan Rail stimulating small farmers due to stoppages at small stations

Kisan Rail transforming small stations into a major farm produce loading hubs

Jeur a major loading hub of Guava, Custard Apple, Banana, Ber, Pomegranate etc

Indian Railways’ most popular Kisan Rail trains transporting fresh vegetables and fruits to different parts of the country having stoppages at smaller stations arehelping small & marginal farmers to get better profit margin from their farm produce. It also reduces wastage, safe & quick delivery with cheaper transportation cost thereby truly transforming & enriching their livelihood.Not o­nly has it transformed the livelihood of the farmers but also changed the smaller railway stations into major farm produce loading hubs.

The stations which had no loading of goods or parcel traffic earlier like Sangola, Belvandi, Kopargaon, Belapur and Modlimb were provided stoppages for Sangola - Muzaffarpur Kisan Rail and smaller stations Sangola & Jeur were provided stoppage for Bengaluru – Adarsh Nagar Delhi Kisan Rail taking into consideration of the small farmers of this region. The stoppage at these stations facilitated farmers to load their perishable farm produce like Pomegranates, Guava, Custard Apple, Banana and other fruits, vegetables and fish for transportation to various parts of India. The farmers of the region around these stations are benefitting with increased margin of profit due to the loading of their farm produce o­nto the Kisan Rail at these smaller stations over Solapur Division.

Sangola, a small station which is a major loading point for 3 Kisan Rails, has cumulatively loaded 8,325 tonnes of fruits until now since the start of the Kisan Rail in August 2020.The farm produce loading at other small stations since the start of Sangola - Muzaffarpur Kisan Rail are: Belvandi with 175 tonnes, Kopargaon with 336 tonnes and Belapur with 165 tonnes.

Jeur is a small station o­n Solapur Division of Central Railway. Earlier, there was no parcel loading service from this station, but the start of Bengaluru – Adarsh Nagar, Delhi Kisan Rail gave great opportunity for struggling farmers situated around this station. In 6 trips of Kisan Rail, 578 tonnes of fruits were loaded from Jeur.Many farmers of this region are extremely happy and elated with the advent of Kisan Rail at Jeur. o­ne farmer, Mr Vijay Labade from the village Shetpal near Jeur, Karmala taluk of Solapur is very happy as the Kisan Rail has truly increased his income manifold as compared earlier, high transportation cost to reach his farm produce like pomegranate & custard apple, late delivery and transportation time resulted in fruits getting spoiled thereby incurring loss. Now Vijay says, “The fruits are transported in large quantities, fresh delivery in quick time with very low cost. I am overwhelmed and thankful to Indian Railways for Kisan Rail and request considering more trips to Adarsh Nagar Delhi of Kisan Special services”.Another farmer and a loader of farm produce, Mr Kiran Doke said “The start of Kisan Rail is a blessing, it has immensely benefited the farmers around Jeur in a great way, as our farm produce are delivered fresh & in a quick time to the customers, moreover the low transport cost has helped us now to establish a continuous supply chain to Delhi & North India.” These testimonials are few amidst many farmers.The advent of Kisan Rail and its stoppages at small stations enabling the life of the farmers and their families transformed and also transforming smaller stations into a major farm produce loading hubs.

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Date: December 14, 2020

PR No.2020/12/45

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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