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Train traffic regulation announced in Kerala: Trains may be delayed for next two days

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East Coast Daily
20th October, 2019 11:47 IST

The Southern Railway has announced a train traffic regulation in Kerala for next few days. The regulation is announced due to repair works in the Madurai-Dindugal route. The Railway informed that some trains may be delayed fro the next two days.


Nagerkovil- Bangalore Express (17236) will be halted for one hour. Nagarcoil-Chennai MGR Weekly Express (12690)will also be halted on Monday for 30 minutes. Nagarcoil-Coimbatore Express (22667)will be halted for 35 minutes and Chennai Egmore- Kollam Ananthapuri Express will be halted for 40 minutes. On October 22 the Guruvayur Express (16127) will be halted for 2 hours and 15 minutes.


Amrita Express will end and start its service from Dindugal station. Punalur-Madurai passenger will end its service at Tirunelveli station.

Trichy-Thiruvanthapuram Intercity Express, Nagerkovil-Mumbai CST Express will be diverted to other routes.

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