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Tuesday, February 26, 2008 7:15:44 PM (IST)  

Udupi: Railways to Introduce 4 Summer Special Trains via Coastal Belt

Udupi: Railways to Introduce 4 Summer Special Trains via Coastal Belt

Daijiworld Media Network Udupi (RD)

Udupi, Feb 26: Indian Railways has announced that it will introduce four summer special trains from April to June, in order to provide additional benefits to passengers of coastal Karnataka and to meet the holiday demands.  

The said special trains will chug off from Dadar in Mumbai to Ernaculam via Udupi and Mangalore on Every Wednesday from April 9 to June 6.  In the same way a train from Ernaculam to Dadar on the same route will run on every Thursday from April 10 to June 5. 

Another special train will run between Dadar and Kochuvili passing through the Konkan railway route on every Saturday from April 12 to June 7 to Kochuvili and vice-versa on every Monday beginning from April 14 to June 9.

A special Shatabdi express will chug off between Dadar and Margao in Goa from April 9 to June 6 on every Wednesday. 

Another special train would run from Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) to Karwar, beginning from April 5 to June 7and vice-versa on daily basis, stated the press release of railway department.

Advance booking from Mar 1: The advance booking facility will be available for all the four summer special trains from Saturday March 1, stated city station master of Konkan Railway (KR). 



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Comments on this article
Shridhar Karkera, Surathkal
Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Its so difficult to get couple of tickets to travel from Mumbai to Mangalore during summer vacation, why can`t Rly authorities add-up few super fast express from Mumbai to Mangalore to the existing matsyagandha 12619/12620 at least many would be benefitted with additional trains. Madam Mamta pls give a serious thought and do the needful.

Manjunath Devadiga, Kundapur
Saturday, March 19, 2011

Hi, I am not able see the special trains bookin in online (IRCTC) from dadar to Mangalore. Can u please help me.

sulekha, karkala
Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Really its so hurting. there is only single train straighting from karnataka to mumbai and that too occupied by this mallayis.please make a note of this.it would be really great if railway minister to extend jnana shatabadi-(mumbai to madgaon) to mangalore.it would really save our time and rush during seasons.

Harish Shetty, Karkala / Mumbai
Thursday, April 29, 2010

Why All The Trains Starting From Kerala To Mumbai & Mumbai To Kerala????
Pls make some changes for Kannada/ Tulu peoples also in the mind of Railway Minister / Concerned Karnataka Rly Govt People

PALLAVI, KUNDAPUR/mumbai
Wednesday, March 10, 2010

What about those kannadigas between karwar to udupi special trains are not helpful for them.There should be one special train only upto Mangalore halting at all station.

Solomon Lewis, udupi/Mumbai
Tuesday, March 09, 2010

The advance booking hasn't started on March 1st as stated in the article. Please advise me with the correct date.

shrikant amin, udupi/mumbai
Monday, March 08, 2010

We should get more special trains to udupi and mangalore.

shrikant amin, mumbai
Monday, March 08, 2010

we should get more special trains to udupi and mangalore.

v shetty, udupi
Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Make a srike and request more train from mumbai to mangalore

Gururaj Naik, Kundapura-Arehole
Monday, February 22, 2010

It's so sad news for Kannadigas. Because in central Congress rules so Karnataka BJP, may be that's the reason they are not providing more trains. There is only one train(Matsyagandha) for that also all Kerala people reserving there ticket because they r getting substitute train from Mangalore. We all kannadigas and Tulu people come forward to stop this else Matsyagandha also reach Kerala in some days.

SUJATA, UDUPI
Monday, January 18, 2010

THERE HAS TO BE MORE TRAINS FOR UDUPI(MANGALORE)

jayshree junder, udupi
Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Very bad for kannadigas that one one train starts from manglore except matsyagandha no trains are starting no tickets are avilable in any train atleast for direct manglore there should be 3 more trains help us oh god

sandeep pujari, padubidri
Monday, March 03, 2008

Its high time they start special trains orginating and terminating at mangalore to ease the pressure on Kannadigas going to native place.One fails to understand why so many trains preference is given to Kerala. May be the Sreedharan hangover is still there

Ashwin Shetty, Mangalore
Sunday, March 02, 2008

There should be atleast 3 trains from Mangalore. we should have a will to get trains from mangalore not from Kerala. Where is shatabdi xpress which should start from mangalore.

Nandakumar, Udupi/Bangalore
Friday, February 29, 2008

This is all happening because Mangalore is under Palghat division. One day there is a chance that Kerala lobby gains supremacy over Konkan Railway. We should protest against such things. May be we can ask to extend the Karwar special train atleast till Udupi if not mangalore

Manoj S Shetty, Karkala / Mumbai
Thursday, February 28, 2008

I  totally agree with you Sharan.. This news will definitely hurt Mumbai Kannadigas like me. Just because of ticket/seat problem, so many Tulu/Kannadigas avoiding to visit their native places. Its so sad!!

victor Menezes, UDIPI/RIYADH
Thursday, February 28, 2008

First of all congrats to Lulu's ministership. Also I dont understand why the train will start fror Kerala. We need one train to start from mangalore or udipi.please recheck and schedule one train from udipi thanks

sharan, kalladka
Wednesday, February 27, 2008

I really dont understand why you call it railways from udupi. its starting point in kerala where all seats will be booked to mumbai do you think there will be any benefit to kannadigas??

Lancy Moras, Bajjodi, Now Jeddah Saudi Arabia
Wednesday, February 27, 2008

I am highly overwhelmed after reading this news. 3 cheers to Daijiworld and thanks too.

 
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