Rail traffic continues to be erratic, 10 trains cancelled

Rail traffic continues to be erratic, 10 trains cancelled

Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, January 20

With no improvement in sight in the weather conditions, rail traffic remains erratic and passengers are put to great inconvenience due to cancellation and late running of several long-route trains. The Railways announced that 10 trains were to be cancelled for the day, two were rescheduled and many more were running behind schedule.

Among the trains cancelled on Monday were 13006 Amritsar-Howrah Mail, 13151/52 Kolkata-Jammu Tawi-Kolkata Sealdah Express, 14605 Haridwar-Jammu Tawi Express, 14617/18 Banmankhi-Amritsar-Banmankhi Jansewa Express, 14631/32 Dehradun-Amritsar-Dehradun Express, 14673 Jaynagar-Amritsar Shaheed Express and 22423 Gorakhpur-Amritsar Jansadhdran Express.

Two other trains – 15532 Amritsar-Saharsa Jansadharan Express (8.10 hrs) and 12203 Saharsa-Amritsar Garib Rath (1 hr) were rescheduled while two pairs of trains 12053/54 Haridwar-Amritsar-Haridwar Janshatabdi Express (between Haridwar and Saharanpur) and 14609/10 Rishikesh-Jammu Tawi-Rishiksh Hemkunt Express (between Rishikesh and Haridwar) were partially cancelled.

Trains running late

  • More than 11 hrs: 15531 Saharsa-Amritsar Jansadharan Express.
  • 3 to 5 hrs: 18101 Tatanagar-Jammu Tawi Muri Express, 12715 Nanded-Amritsar Sachkhand Express.
  • Up to 2 hrs: 11077 Pune-Jammu Tawi Jhelum Express, 12491 Barauni-Jammu Tawi Maur Dhwaj Express, 11057 CST (Mumbai)-Amritsar Dadar Express, 12317 Kolkata-Amritsar Akal Takht Express, 12203 Saharsa-Amritsar Garib Rath, 14649 Jaynagar-Amritsar Saryu Yamuna Express.


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