Two days after heavy rains lashed the city, Mumbaikars continued to face a tough time travelling in local trains on all the three lines Central, Harbour, and Western as trains were running late for the third consecutive day. On Wednesday morning, the train services were 30 minutes late. On Thursday morning, the Central and Harbour line trains were running 20 minutes late. According to reports, Western railway trains were also running 10-15 minutes late.
The services on the Central railway line were worst hit because of the derailment of Nagpur-Mumbai Duranto Express on Tuesday near Titwala station followed by heavy rainfall and flooding of tracks at many railway stations on the same day. Due to the derailment, the Central Railway restored only north bound (Down) track between Vashind and Asangaon stations. Read More…
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