Heavy rain in several parts of Mumbai, local train services struck due to waterlogging

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A civilian official said that Mumbai had witnessed rain early, but the suburbs have reported more rainfall. Heavy rain of Mumbai and suburban parts early on Friday, which leads to waterlogging on track. In several places, and affects local train services, officials said.

An official said that suburban trains on the main route of the central train and port lines running 20 to 25 minutes behind their schedule. Today’s local train services only run for personnel involved in health and other essential services beyond the limit for public commuters considering the Covid-19 pandemic. A citizenship official said that the city had witnessed rain early, but the suburbs have reported more rainfall.

Within three hours at 7 am, the city of Mumbai Island recorded 36 mm rainfall, while the eastern and western suburbs respectively recorded 75 mm and 73 mm rainfall.

A train centre official said that because of the logging of water on the route near Kurla Station in East Mumbai, suburban services on the main line (between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharajterminus and Kurla) and the port line (CSMT-Vashi-Panvel) have been affected since then morning.

“Because of heavy rains and the water logging on a slow line near Kurla-Vidyavihar, the local train ran late 20-25 minutes,” said Shivaji Sutar, Head of Public Relations of the Cr.

The slow line train traffic between Kurla-Vidyavihar has been transferred to a short line, adding that the port path residents also ran 20-25 minutes behind schedule. However, the train runs according to their regular schedule on the route Transharbour Thane-Vashi, he added.

The central railway runs suburban services in four suburban suburbs separate in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Before the Pandemic addict, it operated more than 1,700 suburban services and ferries more than 40 lakh passengers every day.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of India’s Meteorology (IMD) had previously estimated moderate to heavy rainfall in the city and the suburbs with the mere possibility of very heavy rainfall in remote places on Friday.

A railroad centre official said that because of logging in the route near Kurla Station in East Mumbai, suburban services are on the main line (between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharajterminus and Kurla) port line (CSMT-Vashi-Panvel) has been affected since morning.

“Because of the heavy rains and the water logging on a slow line near Kurla-Vidyavihar, the local train ran late 20-25 minutes,” Shivaji Sutar said the Chief of CR community officials. However, the train runs according to their regular schedule on the route Transharbour Thane-Vashi, he added.

The central railway runs suburban services in four suburban suburbs separate in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Before the Pandemic addict, it operated more than 1,700 suburban services and ferries more than 40 lakh passengers every day.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of India’s Meteorology (IMD) had previously estimated moderate to heavy rainfall of the city and the suburbs with the mere possibility of very heavy rainfall in remote places on Friday. Heavy rains put part of Mumbai and its edges early on Friday, leading to water logging on track in several places and affected local train services, officials said.

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