Maintenance works: Jan Shatabdi cancelled, some trains partially cancelled

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4 trains including Jan Shatabdi cancelled, some partially cancelled

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Thiruvananthapuram: Southern Railways announced the complete cancellation of four train services owing to the maintenance works of tracks in Haripad, Cheppad, Puthukkad, Thrippunithura, Mulanthuruthy, Ochira and Karunagappally regions. As many as 6 trains were partially cancelled.

Fully cancelled trains

Thiruvananthapuram- Kannur Jan Shatabdi (12082), Ernakulam- Shoranur MEMU (06018), and Ernakulam- Guruvayur Express Special (06448) will be cancelled on March 26, while Kannur- Thiruvananthapuram Jan Shatabdi (12081) will be cancelled on March 27.

Partially cancelled services

Kollam- Ernakulam MEMU (06442) will conduct service only up to Kayamkulam on March 9, 13, 17, and 19. Likewise, Kannur- Ernakulam Express (16306) and Chennai Central- Thiruvananthapuram Express (12623) will end services at Thrissur on March 26. Chennai Central – TVM Express which usually commences service from Thiruvananthapuram will begin from Thrissur on March 26.

Nilambur- Kottayam Express (16325) will end service at Ernakulam from March 12 to 31, except on March 19 and 26. Excluding Wednesdays, Ernakulam- Kollam MEMU Express Special (06441) will operate only up to Kayamkulam from March 9 to 31.

Delayed services

Chennai Egmore- Guruvayur Express (16127) will halt at Kayamkulam for half-an-hour on March 9, 13, 14, 17, 18, and 19. The train will stop for 1 hour and 15 minutes at Kayamkulam on March 11 and 16.

Kochuveli- Lokmanya Tilak Express (22114) will stop at Mulanthuruthy for an hour. On March 26, Kanyakumari- Bangalore Express (16525) will start from Kanyakumari with at least 2 hours delay.

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