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Mumbai, May 12 (UNI) Central railway will operate traffic and power blocks between Asangaon and Titwala / Khadavli in connection with AC-DC conversion work.

On Up north east line between Asangaon and Khadavli from 1250 hrs to 1550 hrs on May 14, the following trains will be partially cancelled/regulated enroute due to this block, Dn Kasara locals leaving CST at 1011 hrs , 1121 hrs and 1219 hrs will run up to Titwala only. Up CST locals leaving Kasara at 1230 hrs, 1336 hrs and 1500 hrs will be cancelled between Kasara and Titwala.

Dn Asangaon local leaving CST at 1254 hrs will run upto Kalyan only. Up CST local leaving Asangaon at 1511 hrs will be cancelled between Asangaon and Kalyan. 1056 Up Gorakhpur -LTT Godan Express will arrive LTT behind schedule at 1710 hrs instead of 1605 hrs, a press release here said.

Also on Up and Dn North East lines between Asangaon and Titwala from 1030 hrs to 1200 hrs (ie. for one and a half hour) on May 15, May 16, May 18 and May 19 (ie.on four days).

The following trains will be partially cancelled /regulated enroute due to this block. Dn Asangaon local leaving CST at 0923 hrs and Dn Kasara local leaving CST at 0934 hrs will run upto Titwala only. Dn Kasara local leaving CST at 1011 hrs will be regulated at Titwala and reach Kasara at 1305 hrs instead of 1246 hrs. Up CST local leaving Kasara at 1020 hrs will remain cancelled between Kasara and Titwala.

Up CST local leaving Asangaon at 1120 hrs will remain cancelled between Asangaon and Titwala. 1404 Up Manmad- LT(T) Godavari Express will be regulated at Asangaon from 1137 hrs to 1200 hrs and will arrive LT(T) late by 30 minutes than scheduled arrival.

Passengers are requested to bear with the railway administration for the inconvenience caused due to this block, the release said.

UNI LS PM SKB1916

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