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Sep 05, 2019 09:17 AM IST | Source: Moneycontrol.com

Mumbai Rains Highlights: Water level start to recede, suburban train service on Central Railway resumes

Live updates of the heavy rainfall in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. Red alert has been sounded

  • Sep 05, 08:31 AM (IST)

    Western Railway update: WR suburban services are running normal on all four lines.

  • Sep 05, 08:21 AM (IST)

    Long distance trains update (Central Railway)

      Long distance trains update (Central Railway)
  • Sep 05, 08:18 AM (IST)

    Mumbai rains update: Water level has receded in almost all parts of Mumbai. NRDF teams are on alert and kept on stand by at Kurla, Parel and Andheri. (ANI)

  • Sep 05, 08:17 AM (IST)
  • Sep 04, 09:56 PM (IST)

    Update:

    Western Railway: Suburban Services restored between Churchgate and Virar (except slow corridor between Churchgate and Andheri due to water logging near Mahim).

    Traffic on slow corridor in the section to also be resumed soon.

    Due to heavy rain and water logging,approx 150 suburban services were cancelled.

  • Sep 04, 09:43 PM (IST)
  • Sep 04, 08:36 PM (IST)

    145 BMC schools provide temporary shelter to harried commuters


    In the wake of hundreds of commuters stranded at railway stations due to incessant rains in Mumbai on September 4, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has converted 145 civic-run schools into temporary shelter homes for them.

    Train services were badly affected due to water loggings on railway tracks at Bhandup, Mankhurd, Vikroli, Ghatkopar, Vidyavihar and Kurla stations on the Central line and Mahim and Matunga on the Western line, an official said.

    Click here to read more.

  • Sep 04, 08:24 PM (IST)

    Update:

    Mithi river have crossed the danger mark earlier today because of the heavy rainfall in Mumbai. BMC has evacuated people living in low-lying areas around the river.

  • Sep 04, 08:23 PM (IST)

    Update:

    All trains services between Mumbai and Gujarat stopped due to heavy rains, Skymet Weather has reported.

     

  • Sep 04, 08:03 PM (IST)
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