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Katra- Delhi Vande Bharat train timings revised

Katra- Delhi Vande Bharat train timings revised

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Our Correspondent

Jammu, February 12

The Railway Board has revised the timings of arrival and departure of the Katra-New Delhi Vande Bharat train at the Kathua and Udhampur stations.

The present departure timing of Train number 22478 from Katra is 6 am which has been changed to 5.50 am. The train will reach Udhampur railway station (Martyr Captain Tushar Mahajan Station) at 6.14 am and start further journey at 6.16 am.

As per revised timings, the train will reach Jammu railway station at 7.10 am and start after a two minute halt. It will reach Kathua at 8.03 am and start at 8.05 for further journey towards New Delhi.

Likewise, Train number 22477 from New Delhi will reach Kathua at 8.45 pm and depart at 8.47 pm. It will reach Jammu station at 9.45 pm and halt for two minutes. The train will reach Udhampur at 10.42 pm and start at 10.44 pm to reach Katra at 11.15 pm.

Katra is among the first lot of cities in the country to have two Vande Bharat Express trains. While the first train was flagged off between Katra and New Delhi in October 2019, the second train was started on December 30, 2023.

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