THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Train services in the country via Konkan railway will continue to operate in a redirected path because of visitors dislocation involving Pernem – Madure railroad stations (North Goa) of Konkan railway. The train traffic was interrupted in the road because of landslide and harm into walls of Pernem Tunnel.
Five trains in the country is going to be worked in a manner that is redirected. Train No. 02431 Thiruvananthapuram Central — New Delhi Rajdhani superfast unique train planned to depart Thiruvananthapuram Central on August 21 will be redirected through Madgaon-Londa Jn.-Miraj Jn.-Pune-Panvel.
Train No. 02617 Ernakulam Jn. — Hazrat Nizamuddin daily superfast unique train will probably continue to operate distracted via Madgaon-Londa Jn.-Miraj Jn.-Pune-Panvel-Kalyan Jn on until September 10. Train No. 02618 Hazrat Nizamuddin — Ernakulam Jn. Daily superfast unique train will probably continue to operate distracted via Kalyan Jn. – Panvel – Pune – Miraj Jn – Londa Jn — Madgaon until September 10.
Train No. 02284 Hazrat Nizamuddin — Ernakulam Jn. Duronto weekly train scheduled to depart Hazrat Nizamuddin on August 22, 29 and September 5 will be redirected via Pune- Guntakal- Jolarpettai Jn.
Train No. 02283 Ernakulam Jn. — Hazrat Nizamuddin Duronto weekly particular scheduled to depart Ernakulam Jn. On August 25, September 8 and 1 will be redirected via Jolarpettai Jn.-Guntakal-Pune.
Additionally, four trains are cancelled as a result of traffic dislocation. Train No. 06346/06345 Thiruvananthapuram Central — Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Thiruvananthapuram Central daily train will stay completely cancelled till September 10.
Train No. 02432 New Delhi — Thiruvananthapuram Central Rajdhani superfast tri weekly particular scheduled to depart New Delhi on August 23, 25, 26, 30, September 1, 2, 6, 8 and 9 will stay fully cancelled.
Train No. 02431 Thiruvananthapuram Central — New Delhi Rajdhani superfast tri weekly train scheduled to depart Thiruvananthapuram Central on August 25, 27, 28 and September 1, 3, 4, 8, 10 and 11 will stay fully cancelled.