Monsoon: Change in time of train services via Konkan from June 10 | See the revised timetable


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Kannur: The train services through Konkan will slow down on grounds of security during the monsoon period. This will cause a change in the timings of many of the services. The speed of the trains conducting services at up to 110 kilometres per hour will be reduced to 75 km per hour. During the time of torrential rainfall, it will again dip to 40 km per hour. Over 25 train services, including daily services of Mangala, Netravati and Matsyagandha Express will be changed. The monsoon timetable has been prepared for a period till October 31.

Netravati Express (16346) will start on time from Thiruvananthapuram railway station at 9.15 am and reach Ernakulam 20 minutes before the actual time. From June 10, the train will arrive in Ernakulam at 1.25 pm and reach Shoranur by 3.45 pm. The time will change in the subsequent stations also.

According to the new timing, Mangala Express (12617) which conducts service from Ernakulam Junction to Nizamuddin railway station will start the service at 10.10 am instead of 1.30 pm. It will reach Shoranur at 12.30 pm.

The service of Matsyagandha Express (12620) will commence at 12.40 pm (earlier time was 2.15 pm) from Mangaluru.

Nizamuddin- Ernakulam Mangala Express (12618) will run two hours late in Kerala. The train which usually reaches Mangaluru at 10.40 pm will arrive here only at 11.50 pm. Instead of 4.10 am, the train will reach Shoranur at 6.05 am.

Netravati Express (16345) from Lokmanya Tilak to Thiruvananthapuram will be one hour and 35 minutes late in Kerala. It will arrive at Mangaluru junction at 6 am, Shoranur at 12.05 pm and Thiruvananthapuram by 7.45 pm only.

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