Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai Rains: Latest updates
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Heavy rain in Mumbai disrupts suburban rail services on Central Railway

Suburban rail services on Central Railway have been affected due to continuous heavy rains in several parts of Mumbai. Services between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus-Thane/Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus-Vashi have been suspended. "Due to continuous rains and waterlogging at Sion-Kurla, Chunabhatti-Kurla and Masjid, suburban services on Central Railway are suspended between CSMT-Thane/CSMT-Vashi. Shuttle Services are running between Thane-Kalyan and beyond and Vashi and Panvel," the Central Railway said in a statement. Also, long-distance special trains are being rescheduled.

Suburban rail services on Western Railway suspended

Due to heavy rain & water logging between Churchgate -Andheri, suburban train service is suspended & suburban local service is running normal between Andheri and Virar: Western Railway PRO

Waterlogging near King Circle area

Railway tracks submerged at Sion railway station in Mumbai

Mumbai-Bhubaneshwar special at 10pm rescheduled

Mumbai-Bhubaneshwar special at 10pm rescheduled

Central Railway train update:

Due to heavy rains and waterlogging the following trains are rescheduled/short terminated on 23.9.2020

Trains Rescheduled

01019 Mumbai-Bhubaneshwar special at 2200 hrs

Up Trains short terminated

01020 Bhubaneshwar-Mumbai Special at Thane

02810 Howrah-Mumbai Special at Thane

02702 Hyderabad-Mumbai Special at Kalyan

01140 Gadag-Mumbai at Kalyan

Western Railway train update:

Due to continuous rains , Water logging is observed in following sections :

1. Grant Road to Charni Rd

2. Lower Parel to Prabhadevi

3. Mahalaxmi to BCT

4. Dadar to Matunga

5. Matunga to Mahim

Repurcurssions

1.All localtrains between Churchgate to Andheri cancelled

2. Locals running between Virar to Andheri

3.02956 Jaipur- BCT Express arrived Borivali right time and short terminated at BVI.

BMC appeals to offices to remain shut

Mumbai's Nair Hospital flooded following heavy rainfall in the city

Water logging in Lalbaug area

Western Railway train updates:

Due to continuous rains & water logging again, traffic on all lines on Mumbai Suburban section between Churchgate & Bandra is stopped but all special suburban services are running between Bandra & Dahanu Road. 02952 Spl Rajdhani exp short terminated at Andheri: Sumit Thakur, CPRO/ WR

Bombay HC not to take up any matters for hearing today due to heavy rains

BEST diverts more than 70 bus routes due to heavy rains

Mumbai, Thane, Navi Mumbai Rains: Latest updates

Central Railway train update:

Due to heavy rains and waterlogging the following trains are re-rescheduled on 23.9.2020

Trains Re-Rescheduled

01301 Mumbai-KSR Bengaluru special at 1900 hrs

02534 Mumbai-Lucknow Special at 19.10 hrs

Western Railway train update:

WR's suburban special services restored between Churchgate & Bandra on fast corridor at 12:35 hrs.

Now on fast line local trains are running between Churchgate & Dahanu Road, while on slow corridor, special suburban services are running between Bandra & Virar.

Due to continuous rains & water logging in Mumbai, few special long distance trains are affected as under :-

1) 02956 Jaipur - Mumbai Central Exp short terminated at Borivali. 02955 Mumbai Central - Jaipur Spl Exp will originate from Andheri at 19.10 hrs.

2) 02934 Ahmedabad - Mumbai Central Spl Exp short terminated at Borivali.

O2933 Mumbai Central - Ahmedabad Spl Exp originate from Borivali.

3) 09116 Bhuj - Dadar Spl Exp short terminated at Andheri. 09115 Dadar - Bhuj Exp will originate from Andheri at 15.19 hrs

Heavy rainfall reported in Panvel

Possibility of isolated heavy rainfall in next 24 hrs in Mumbai: IMD

Waterlogging in Matunga area, following heavy rainfall in Mumbai

Severe weather warnings by IMD for the coming 5 days

Five teams of NDRF on standby, says Maha minister Vijay Wadettiwar

Five teams of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) are on standby in view of heavy rains that have lashed Mumbai, Thane and Palghar districts and caused water-logging in many areas, Maharashtra Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Vijay Wadettiwar said on Wednesday.

Wadettiwar said in a statement that heavy rains caused flood-like situation in many places, adding that Disaster Management department is keeping a close watch on the situation.

He appealed to people to stay indoors in view of flooding in many areas in Mumbai and other places.

"Since last night, Mumbai, Thane and Palghar districts have been witnessing very heavy rains, due to which there is flood-like situation in many places. Five teams of NDRF are on stand by to assist local administration," the minister said.

Mumbai received one of the highest showers in the last 24 hours of this monsoon season and more rainfall is likely in the city and suburbs on Wednesday, as per India Meteorology Department (IMD)

Severe waterlogging in Mumbai's Sion area due to heavy rainfall

Currey Road waterlogged due to heavy rains

Visuals from Sion

Water logging on Belapur - Uran road in Navi Mumbai after heavy rainfall on Thursday

WR's suburban special services fully restored between Churchgate & Bandra

Update from Western Railways -

AT 16.45 HRS ON 23.9.20

WR's suburban special services fully restored between Churchgate & Bandra on slow corridor as down slow line restored with 1st train departed from Churchgate to Virar at 16:00 hrs & up slow line restored with 1st train departed from Bandra to Churchgate at 14.55 hrs. Now WR's spl suburban services are running on all 4 lines

Water logging at the famous Damodar Hall in Parel

Due to continuous heavy rains and waterlogging at Parel-Currey Rd on mainline and Vadala Rd on HB line, suburban services r suspended b/w CSMT-Dadar/CSMT-Vashi.

Here's how much it rained in Mumbai in the last 12 hrs

Visuals from JJ Flyover

Main line traffic restored at 19.45hrs. Trains have started running from CSMT to Kalyan and beyond.

Mumbai Thane rainfall in last 12 Hrs cross 120 mm at few places: KS Hosalikar

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