Bihar Train Cancelations: Due to the redevelopment of the Rourkela station’s yard, East Central Railway has suspended the operation of numerous trains. In addition, partial closures of four trains have been implemented. A train’s trajectory has been altered.
The Rajendra Nagar-South Bihar Express has been canceled by East Central Railway from September 29 to October 3 and on the 8, 10, and 14 of October. The Bilaspur-Patna Express will continue to be discontinued on September 29 and October 13. The Patna-Bilaspur Express will continue to be canceled on October 1 and 15. The Darbhanga-Secunderabad flight will remain cancelled on October 17th.
In addition, the Chief Public Relations Officer of East Central Railway, Virendra Kumar, stated that the number of lines and platforms at Rourkela station’s yard will be increased after renovations. There will be an improvement in train punctuality. There will be the cancellation of 18 trains, the partial termination/start of four trains, the diversion of one train, and the rescheduling of one train.
Bihar Train Cancelations: List of railway cancellations
- 12 October- 17005 Hyderabad-Raxaul Express cancelled.
- The 17006 Raxaul-Hyderabad Express was canceled on October 15.
- 14 October, 17007 Secunderabad-Darbhanga Express was canceled.
- The Darbhanga-Secunderabad Express 17008 was cancelled on October 17th.
Trains that operate with partial closure and beginning
Train number departing from Jaynagar on September 29 and October 2, 4, 6, 9, 11, and 13 respectively. At Hatia station, the 18106 Jaynagar-Rourkela Express will be discontinued in part.
In addition, the 18105 Rourkela-Jayanagar Express departing from Rourkela on September 30 and October 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, and 14 will depart in part from Hatia station.
Special train will operate between Rajdhani and Gaya
In consideration of the Pitru Paksha Fair, the railways have resolved to operate a special train between Patliputra and Gaya. This train will operate daily from Patliputra between September 29 and September 14. The train will depart Patliputra daily at 10:30 am and arrive in Gaya at 2:00 pm.
On return, this train will depart from Gaya at 14.45 hrs and will reach Patliputra at 18.25 hrs. This train will stop at Phulwarisharif, Patna, Punpun, Potahi, Taregna, Jehanabad, Makhdumpur, Bela, and Gaya after departing Patliputra.
It is convenient to travel to Mumbai and Secunderabad
The Ministry of Railways has decided to expand rail access to various North-Eastern states from India’s most important cities. The weekly train service between Secunderabad and Guwahati has been extended to Silchar in southern Assam.
Between Guwahati and Silchar, the train will stop at Badarpur, New Haflung, Lumding, Hojai, and Jagi Road. Train No. 12519/12520 Lokmanya Tilak – Kamakhya Weekly Express service has been extended to the Tripura station of Agartala.
Between Guwahati and Agartala, the train will stop at Ambassa, Dharmanagar, Badarpur, New Haflong, Lumding, Hojai, and Chaparlukh. This railway service will connect the North-East’s most desolate region with Mumbai and Secunderabad.
Train No. 12514 Silchar – Guwahati – Secunderabad Express will now depart from Silchar station at 07:45 pm on Wednesday and reach Secunderabad at 03:35 am on Friday.
Train No. 12513 Secunderabad – Guwahati – Silchar Express will depart Secunderabad station on Saturday at 4:35 pm and arrive at Silchar station on Monday at 11:45 pm.
The 12520 Agartala – Kamakhya – Lokmanya Tilak Express will now leave Agartala Station at 6:00 AM on Thursday and arrive at Lokmanya Tilak Station at 4:15 PM on Saturday.
Train No. 12519 Lokmanya Tilak – Kamakhya – Agartala Express will depart Lokmanya Tilak station on Sunday at 7:50 am and arrive at Agartala station on Tuesday evening at 7:50 pm.