Western Railway and Central Railway units of Indian Railways have mentioned a list of trains (on their official twitter handle) that are terminated/rescheduled/cancelled due to heavy rainfall in Mumbai and surrounding areas. Heavy overnight rain caused water-logging in several parts of Mumbai, triggering traffic disruptions and train delays. The Meteorological Department has issued a 'red alert' for various places, including Mumbai city and suburbs, Thane and Palghar districts, for next 24 hours in the wake of heavy rains. The weather department has asked the authorities to be prepared to handle any situation.
Here's a list of trains terminated/rescheduled/cancelled by Indian Railways due to heavy rains In Mumbai and other details:
Following incessant rains in Mumbai area over western section and water logging on tracks at Nallasopara, many long distance trains of Western Railway leaving Mumbai on September 4, 2019 will be cancelled, the Western Railways said in a tweet. The railway unit mentioned a list of trains that have been short terminated and reversed due to water logging in Virar-Nallasopara section.
Kindly note. #MumbaiRainsLive Due to water logging in Virar-Nallasopara section following #MumbaiRains, several trains coming towards Mumbai have been short terminated & reversed as under- pic.twitter.com/thcS5JHqN9— Western Railway (@WesternRly) September 4, 2019
The Divisional Railway Manager (DRM), Mumbai Division of Western Railways mentioned a list of short terminated and reversed trains due to water logging at Vasai-Virar.
The DRM has also listed phone numbers of help desk at station.
Phone Numbers of HELP DESK AT STATION— DRM WR MumbaiCentral (@drmbct) September 4, 2019
Kelve Road 022 67639063
Palghar 02525 254929
Boisar 022 67639065/66
Dahanu Road 022 67649510
The Mumbai Division of Western Railways mentioned a list trains that are expected to depart three hours late.
#WRUpdates@RailwaySeva@WesternRly@Central_Railway@Gmwrly— DRM WR MumbaiCentral (@drmbct) September 4, 2019
Due to waterlogging following trains of 04.09.2019 are expected to depart three hours late
12216 Bandra T. - Delhi
22494 Bandra T. - Delhi
22917 Bandra T. - Haridwar
12925 Bandra T. - Amritsar (Regulated at Andheri)
The Central Railways listed a number of trains that are short terminated and short originated due to water logging in Mumbai Division.
Long distance trains update-1 of 4.9.2019 pic.twitter.com/NfHNGM9Hv9— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) September 4, 2019
Due to continuous and heavy rains, services stopped between CSMT (Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus)-Thane on main line; Vadala-Vashi on harbour line, the rail unit said.