Jamshedpur, March 16: The South Eastern Railway ( SER ) on Monday announced cancellation, diversion and rescheduling of a few trains due to pre non-interlocking work ( track and signal modification work ) at Kiul station in Danapur division of East Central Railway.
The 18181 Tatanagar-Chhapra Express leaving Tatanagar will remain cancelled from March 18 to April 1 while the 18182 Chhapra-Tatanagar Express leaving Chhapra will remain cancelled from March 19 to April 2.
The 18183 Tatanagar-Danapur Express leaving Tatanagar will be rescheduled to leave Tatanagar at 11.15 am instead of 8.15 am from March 20 to April 2.
The 18621 Patna-Hatia Pataliputra Express will run on diverted route via Patna-Gaya – NSC Bose Gomoh-Rajabera instead of Dhanbad-Rajabera-Kotshila from March 19 to April 2.
The 18622 Hatia-Patna Pataliputra Express will run on diverted route via Rajabera- Gomoh-Gaya-Patna instead of Kotshila-Rajabera-Dhanbad from March 18 to April 1.
Tatanagar station director HK Balmuchu said the SER notification was circulated across all stations under Chakradharpur division. He said they have already informed the authorities concerned and added that they are spreading the message for the passengers so that they are aware about the decisions.
Tatanagar railway station, located on the Howrah-Mumbai main line, witnesses 45 pairs of express, mail and passenger trains, serving as many as 60,000 passengers daily. Most of the long distance and high profile trains including Bhubaneshwar-New Delhi Rajdhani Express, Howrah-Mumbai Duronto Express and Puri-New Delhi Purushottam Superfast Express usually halt in platform no. 2,3 4 and 5.