Mumbai: 23 pairs of trains to operate from June 1 | Mumbai News

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MUMBAI: Twenty-three pairs of long distance trains, of the total 200 trains planned, will run from various terminal stations of Central Railway and Western Railway in Mumbai on a daily basis from June 1.
As per the list issued by Railway Board, trains which will run from Mumbai on daily basis are Kushinagar Express, Kamayani Express, Mahanagari Express, BDTS-Gazhipur express, Gorakhpur-LTT express, BDTS-Gorakhpur Awadh Express and Pushpak Express to Uttar Pradesh.

Trains to and fro from Bihar are Darbhanga Express, LTT-Patna Express, BDTS-Muzzafarpur Awadh express and LTT-Patliputra Express.
For South India, trains that will run are CSMT-Gadag Express, Udyan Express, Hussain Sagar express and Nethravati Express.
WR will run Karnavati Express, Jaipur Express, Suryanagari Express to Gujarat and Rajasthan.
For eastern parts of India trains which are lined are Konark Express, Howrah Mumbai mail and LTT-Guwahati Express
Two trains – Paschim Express and Golden Temple – will run for Punjab.
Railway Board announced that booking of all these trains will commence from 10 am on May 21.
Only online E-Ticketing will be done through IRCTC website or through Mobile App. No tickets will be booked across the reservation counter on any Railway Station.
The ARP (advance reservation period) shall be maximum 30 days.
Only passengers with confirmed tickets shall be allowed to enter the railway station. There will be no unreserved coach in the train.
Screening will be done before boarding and only asymptomatic passengers would be allowed to enter /board the train.



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