Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Feb 4 (UNI) Union Minister of state for Railways Narayan J Rathwa will flag off the new Janshatabdi Express, being introduced between Aurangabad and Mumbai, tomorrow at Mumbai.
Public Relations Officer of South Central Railway (Nanded), Y Pulla Rao said the new train (2072/2071) will take halts at Dadar, Kalyan, Nashik Road and Manmad stations.
The Aurangabad-bound train will leave Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (VT Station) at 1350 hrs daily, except Saturdays and arrive at Aurangabad at 2045 hrs while the Mumbai-bound trail will leave Aurangabad at 0600 hrs daily, except Sundays and will arrive at CST at 1245 hrs on the same day.
The train will run with nine coaches including six general chair car, one AC chair car and two luggage-cum-break vans.
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