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Mumbai: Western Railway will run 5 special trains, benefiting local passengers

Western Railway will run unreserved special trains at various places in Mumbai division for the convenience of daily commuters.

Western Railway will run unreserved special trains at various places in Mumbai division for the convenience of daily commuters. This special train will run in 5 places. Terminus to Vapi, Valsad to Bandra Terminal, Virar to Valsad, Vapi to Virar and Virar to Surat. The service will be available to passengers daily, Western Railway said in a statement. Passengers must follow all COVID-related SOPs when boarding, traveling and arriving at the station.

5 special trains will stop at this place. The train will leave at 9:15 am and reach its destination at 1:25 am. The train will stop at Andheri, Borivali, Vyander, Vasai Road, Birar, Safal, Kelve Road, Palghar, Boisar, Bhangaon, Dahanu Road, Gholwad, Bordi Road, Umargam, Sanjan, Vilad and Cormbelli stations.

Valsad-Bandra Terminus

The train will leave at 4:35 and arrive at 9:10. The train will stop at Atul, Pardi, Udvada, Vapi, Karmbeli, Vilad, Sanjan, Umargam, Bordi Road, Gholwad, Dahanu Road, Bhangaon, Boisar, Palghar, Kelway Road, Safal, Baitarna, Virar, Vasai Road and Bori. Station

virar-valsadi

The train will leave at 11:30 and arrive at 3:00 PM. The train will stop at Baitarna, Safal, Kelve Road, Palghar, Boisar, Bhangaon, Dahanu Road, Gholwad, Umargam, Sanjan, Vilad, Karmbeli, Vapi, Udvada, Pardi and Atul stations.

Vapi-Virar

The train will leave at 2 pm and arrive at 4:20 pm. The train will stop at Karmbeli, Villad, Sanjan, Umargam, Gholwad, Dahanu Road, Bhangaon, Boisar, Palghar, Kelve Road, Safal and Baitarna stations.

virar-surat

The train will leave at 5:05 and arrive at 11:20. The Virar train will leave Surat at 4:14 am and reach Virar at 9:55 am. Train Baitarana, Kelve Road, Palghar, Boisar, Bhangaon, Dahanu Road, Gholwad, Umargam, Sanjan, Villad, Cormbeli, Vapi, Udvada, Pardi, Atul, Valsad, Dungri, Bilimora Jung, Amalsad, Vedachi, Vedacha He will stop at Udhana Junction station. Western Railway said passengers can visit www.enquiry.indianrail.gov.in for more details.

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