Restriction in rail traffic on Tilak bridge on R-Day
As many as 10 Delhi-bound trains on Republic Day will be regulated while some would be diverted as rail movement on Tilak bridge will remain suspended for one-and-half-hour.delhi Updated: Jan 20, 2009 13:41 IST
As many as 10 Delhi-bound trains on Republic Day will be regulated while some would be diverted as rail movement on Tilak bridge will remain suspended for one-and-half-hour, according to Northern Railway.
The suspension of rail traffic will come into effect from 10.30 am on January 26 and during this period long-distance trains would be regulated in stations like New Delhi, Hazrat Nizamuddin and other fringe stations, a Northern Railway spokesperson told PTI.
While Bhubaneswar-New Delhi Rajdhani will be regulated at Sahibabad, Ranchi-New Delhi Rajdhani Express will be regulated at Hazrat Nizamuddin.
During this period, Bangalore-New Delhi Karnataka Express and Bandra-Amritsar-Kalka Paschim Express will be regulated at Hazrat Nizamuddin, he said.
Similarly, Dehradun-New Delhi Jan Shatabdi Express and Patna-New Delhi Magadh Express will be regulated at Ghaziabad.
Likewise, Jabalpur-New Delhi Sridham Express and Kochuvelli-Chandigarh Express will be regulated at Okhla, the spokesperson said, adding that Nanded-Amritsar Sachkhand Express will be regulated at Tughalkabad.
He said New Delhi-Trivendrum Kerala Express will depart from New Delhi station after the suspension is lifted at 12 noon.
Some EMUs will also be diverted while Ghaziabad-Delhi Jn-New Delhi EMU will remain cancelled between Delhi Jn and Sahibabad on the day, the spokesperson added.