Changes in train schedules due to fog

Changes in train schedules due to fog

Due to the decreasing temperature, there is a large amount of fog on Kasara, Karjat railway line. This has made the decision to change the schedule of the morning by the Central Railway to prevent the ‘walking mark’ of local fairs and will be implemented soon. Especially, for the first time before taking such a decision, the Central Railway has considered the Railway Overseas Organization.

Due to the decreasing temperature, there is a large amount of fog on Kasara, Karjat railway line. This has made the decision to change the schedule of the morning by the Central Railway to prevent the ‘walking mark’ of local fairs and will be implemented soon. Especially, for the first time before taking such a decision, the Central Railway has considered the Railway Overseas Organization.

Locals are run at a safe pace to prevent danger due to fog visible. As a result, local trains run late. To resolve the matter, the Central Railway authorities had called the meeting of the tourism organization at the office of the Regional Railway Manager, CSMT on Thursday. It was decided to release 10 to 15 minutes before the local morning going to CSMT from Khopoli, Kasara, Karjat stations in the meeting. Detailed information about which local rounds will be played 15 minutes in advance in coordination with the weather department will be given to the passengers. Kalyan-Kasara-Karjat Railway Expatriate Association President Rajesh Ghanghav said that all the stations will be informed about the announcement. The meeting was attended by Ketraj Shah of Karjat Railway Expatriates’ Association, Shahad, Khopoli, and Titwala.

‘Do not want to travel in the crowded time’

In a meeting organized by the Central Railways, the tourists’ organizations demanded that ‘keep local trains in the crowded time and not give preference to mail-express’. The Railway officials have assured that they will be positive about the aggression of all the Railway Overseas organizations, said Rajesh Ghanghav of the expatriate organization.

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