Trains cancelled today: Heavy rain disrupt Western Railways, several trains rescheduled in Mumbai, Gujarat. Full list
Heavy rains in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh severely impacted train resulting in cancellations or delay
Heavy rains in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh severely impacted train schedules on the Mumbai-Delhi sector yesterday, particularly on the Western Railway. Bridge No. 502, which spans the River Narmada between Bharuch and Ankleshwar, is experiencing water levels above the danger mark, exceeding 40 feet. Consequently, railway traffic has been halted, and numerous train services have been either delayed or cancelled.
Trains cancelled In Gujarat
Due to heavy rains and the release of water from the Sardar Sarovar Dam in the Narmada River, train services in Gujarat have been severely affected. The Western Railways has set up helpline numbers to assist passengers with train-related information. Train traffic between Bharuch and Ankleshwar stations in the Vadodara division, on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route, has come to a halt due to the Narmada River's water levels rising above the danger mark at brigade no.
Several trains on the Bharuch and Ankleshwar sector that are cancelled today due to the adverse weather conditions, include:
- Train No. 22474 (Bharuch and Ankleshwar) for September 19, 2023
- Train No. 20484 (Bharuch and Ankleshwar) for September 19, 2023
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Train number 09622 (BDTS-AII) scheduled for September 18, 2023, which had previously been rerouted via ADI-PNU-AII, has now been reinstated to its original route.
Several trains on the Mumbai-Delhi sector have been cancelled due to the adverse weather conditions, including:
- Train number 14708, the Dadar Bikaner Express, scheduled for September 19, 2023, has been cancelled.
- Train number 19426, the NDB MMCT Express, scheduled for September 19, 2023, has been cancelled.
- Train number 19417, the MMCT ADI Express, scheduled for September 20, 2023, has been cancelled.
Eight trains connecting Vadodara to Ekta Nagar, where the Statue of Unity is located, were cancelled for a day, along with the indefinite cancellation of three other trains. Around a dozen trains, including the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Tejas Express and Shatabdi Express, were cancelled yesterday due to flooding, according to the Western Railway.
Several trains on the Mumbai-Delhi sector were cancelled yesterday due to the adverse weather conditions.
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