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Mumbai received heavy showers intermittently today early morning resulting in disruption of rail traffic in several areas. The train traffic between Khardi and Igatpuri stations of the Central Railway was suspended due to waterlogging between Umbermali and Kasara stations in the neighbouring Thane district since 10.15 pm.

Kasara, 102 km from Mumbai, recorded 207 mm of rain till 10 pm since last midnight, 45 mm of it in the last one hour. As per the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the island city area of Mumbai recorded 68.72 mm of rain, eastern suburbs 58.75 mm and western suburbs 58.24 mm of rain in 10 hours.

Mumbai local train update:

Exremely heavy rainfall led to a massive damage after a boulder had fallen on the track and incidents of track wash out, mud on track, and waterlogging trains are not running In Titwala Igatpuri and Ambernath-Lonavala section.

Suburban trains are running between CSHT Tiwala CSMT Ambernath sections.

Trains on Harbour line and Trans-Harbour, Nerul Belapur/Kharkopar sections are running.

The suburban train services of the Central Railway were being operated only up to Titwala and Ambernath stations in neighbouring Thane district from the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) in south Mumbai since Wednesday night, CR's chief spokesperson Shivaji Sutar said. Train operations from Titwala to Igatpuri (in Nashik district adjoining Thane) and from Ambernath to Lonavala in neighbouring Pune district were suspended after tracks were washed out, boulders crashed, and inundation and mudslides occurred at multiple locations in the section due to the heavy overnight downpour, he said.

Around 10.15 pm on Wednesday, the Central Railway suspended the traffic between Titwala and Igatpuri rail section following heavy water-logging on tracks near Umbermali station close to Kasara, located about 120 km from here, and due to incidents of boulder crash at the Kasara Ghat, according to rail officials.

Trains cancelled, diverted, short terminated /originating due te extremely heavy rains is as under:

*JCO-Journey Commencing on

Cancellation of Trains

02701 CSMT-Hyderabad Special JCO 22 July

02207 CSMT-Latur Special JCO 22 July

02193 CSMT-Varanast Superfast Special JCO 23 July

01019 CSMT-Bhubaneswar Special JCO 22 July

07031 CSMT-Hyderabad Special JCO 22 July

01139 CSMT-Gadag Special JCO22 July

01411 CSMT-Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Terminus (Kolhapur) Special JCO 22 July

01029 CSMT- Chhatrapan Shahn Maharaj Terminus (Kolhapur) Special, JCO 22 July

01030 Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Terminus (Kolhapur) - CSMT Special JCO 22 July

07617 Hazur Sabeb Nanded CSMT Special JCO 22 July

07618 CSMT-Hazur Saheb Nanded Special JCO 22 July

Train Short Terminated

01020 Bhubaneswa CSMT Special JCO 20.7.2021 at Lonavala.

00519 Visakhapatnam-LIT Special JCO 20.7.2021 at Pune.

07702 Hyderabad-CSMT Special CO 21.7.2021 at Pune.

01140 Gadag-CSMT Special CO 21.7.2021 at Pune.

01047 Sainagar Shirdi-Dadar Special ICO 21.7.2021 at Pune.

01006 Puducherry Dadar Special JCO 22.7.2021at Pune.

07317 Hubli Dadar Special JCO 21.7.2021 at Pune.

01417 Chhatrapari Shahm Maharaj Terminus (Kolhapur)-CSMT Spertal JCO 21.7.2021 at Pune,

02208 Lanur-CSMT JCO 21.7.2021 at Daund.

07614 Nanded - Panvel Special JCO 21.7.2021 at Pune.

07032 Hyderabad CSMT JCO 21.7.2021 at Solapur

07221 Kakinada Port LTT Special JCO 21.7.2021 at Pune.

Diversion of Trains

09203 Secunderabad-Portander Special JCO 21.7.2021 via Pune- Daund-Manmad-Jalgaon-Surat

02193 CSMT-Varanasi Spelal JCO 22.7.2021 Diverted via Dadar-Vasal Road-Nandurbar-Jalgaon

01222 H. Nizamuddin CSMT Rajdhani Special JCO 21.7.2021 via Jalgaon Nandurbar Vasai Road CSMT

Trains Short Originating on 22 July

07221 LTT-Kakinada Port Special from Pune

00520 LTT Visakhapatnam Special from Pune.

01035 Dadar-Mysore Special from Pue

07613 Panvel-Nanded Special from Pune.

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