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News Entry# 288147
Dec 09 2016 (18:54)  Mumbai: Central Railways to announce new time table in February | Free Press Journal (www.freepressjournal.in)
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Posted by: Jayashree ❖ Amita*^  36145 news posts
Mumbai: To ever increasing population of the Mumbai city, and the need for basic amenities is including convenient travels, the Indian Railways have been rightly said as the lifeline of the city.
Periodically, the railways have developed and introduced new routes, trains, and stations for the convenience of the commuters. Hence, with change in train patterns, there has been frequent need to change in train timetables as well. For instance, the recent move by the Railways to stop 24 fast trains at Diva Station from this month, results to shift in timings of the other train services on the similar route.
Local AC trains also in the pipeline, the Central Railways plans to introduce a new Schedule of local trains come February, 2017.
Also Read: 24 fast trains to take halt at Diva station soon in Mumbai Further, a regional newspaper report indicates that the Central Railways also plans to start shuttle services between Thane and Badlapur and Thane and Asangaon.
The train halt at Diva station  schedule show from CST Up 12 trains and from CST 12 train will halt at the Diva station. In the schedule Karjat, Khopoli, Badlapur, Kasara, Amnernath, Asangaon, Titwala trains are included.
Also Read: All you need to know about the new AC Local static trial that starts today in Mumbai Harbour and Trans Harbour train schedule also has been change and five more new local are needed to run on track.
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