IRCTC Latest News: Indian Railways Announces 3 More Special Trains From Sept 20

IRCTC Latest News: Indian Railways Announces 3 More Special Trains From Sept 20

IRCTC Latest News Today: Other than these three special trains, the Indian Railways is also planning to restore the Superfast Intercity train service between the cities of Vadodara and Jamnagar with revised frequency.

IRCTC Latest News Today: After various states announced unlock guidelines and started economic activities, the Indian Railways on Thursday announced more special train services. These special train services have also been announced for the convenience of passengers and to meet the travel demand.

Issuing a statement in this regard, the Western Railways decided to run three additional fully reserved special trains to various destinations across the country.Also Read – Gurajat Cabinet: CM Bhupendra Patel Keeps Home Ministry, Kanubhai Desai Gets Finance.

Other than these three special trains, the Indian Railways is also planning to restore the Superfast Intercity train service between the cities of Vadodara and Jamnagar with revised frequency. Also Read – RRC Recruitment 2021: Online Application Starts From This Date for 3093 Vacancies, Huge Chance for 10th Pass

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Mumbai Central-Ahmedabad Gujarat Express Superfast Special: Train Number 09011 will start from Mumbai Central daily at 05.45 AM and reach Ahmedabad at 2.30 PM, the same day with effect from 21 September, 2021.

In the similar manner, Train Number 09012 will depart from Ahmedabad daily at 07.00 AM and arrive Mumbai Central at 3.55 PM the same day, with effect from 20 September, 2021.

These trains will halt at Borivali, Dadar, Boisar, Umargam Road, Bhilad, Dahanu Road, Vapi, Udvada, Valsad, Bilimora Junction, Kim, Kosamba Junction, Navsari, Surat, Ankleshwar Junction, Miyagam Karjan, Bharuch Junction, Vadodara Junction, Anand Junction, Mahemdavad Kheda Road, Nadiad Junction and Maninagar stations.

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