Railways to run weekly special Mumbai-Mysuru train | Mumbai News – Times of India
The train will have the load combination of 17 coaches.
MUMBAI: Railways has decided to run an additional weekly special train (01035/01036 ) between Mumbai and Mysuru junction from February 11.
“Train number 01035 will leave Dadar at 9.30pm every Thursday from February 11 and will arrive at Mysuru Junction around 9.40pm on Friday,” Central Railway (CR) spokesperson said.
Similarly, train number 01036 will leave Mysuru junction at 6.15am every Sunday with effect from February 14 and reach Dadar the next day at 5.30am.
The train will have the load combination of 17 coaches — one coach of AC (one tier), three AC coaches (three tier), eight sleeper class and five second class seating.
The special train will have stoppages at Kalyan, Karjat (for 01035 only), Pune, Satara, Karad, Sangli, Miraj, Kudachi, Ghatprabha, Belagavi, Londa, Alnavar, Dharwar, Hubballi, Haveri, Ranibennur, Harihar, Davangere, Birur, Kadur, Arsikere, Hassan, Hole Narsipur and Krishnarajanagar.
Bookings for fully reserved special train number 01035 has opened at all computerised reservation centres and online on www.irctc.co.in.
Only passengers having confirmed tickets will be permitted to board these special trains.
Passengers have to adhere to all guidelines related to Covid-19 during boarding, travel and upon arriving at the destination.