Jamshedpur: In a significant development, the South Eastern Railway’s Adra Division has announced a series of changes to train schedules due to ongoing developmental works. These modifications are essential to ensure the seamless progress of infrastructure enhancements in the region.
Cancellation of Trains: The following train services are set to be cancelled in light of the developmental activities: 08671/08672 Adra-Bhaga-Adra MEMU Special: Journeys commencing on 20.11.2023, 22.11.2023, 24.11.2023 & 26.11.2023 will remain cancelled, impacting regular commuters.
Short Termination/Short Origination of Trains: Several trains will experience short termination or origination at different stations to accommodate the developmental works: 08680/08679 Adra-Midnapore-Adra MEMU Special: Journeys on 21.11.2023, 24.11.2023 & 26.11.2023 will be short terminated at/short originated from Bankura. 08680/08679 Adra-Midnapore-Adra MEMU Special: Journey on 25.11.2023 will be short terminated at/short originated from Bishnupur. 03594/03593 Asansol-Purulia-Asansol MEMU Special: Journeys from 20.11.2023 to 26.11.2023 will be short terminated at/short originated from Adra. 18035/18036 Kharagpur-Hatia-Kharagpur Express: Journey on 25.11.2023 will be terminated at/shortly originating from Adra.
Diversion of Train: The route of the following train will be altered to accommodate the ongoing works: 18601 Tatanagar-Hatia Express: Journeys on 20.11.2023, 22.11.2023, 24.11.2023 & 26.11.2023 will run on a diverted route via Chandil-Gunda Bihar-Muri.
Rescheduling of Train: The departure time of the following train will be adjusted: 18036 Hatia-Kharagpur Express: Journey on 20.11.2023 will be rescheduled to leave Hatia at 09:50 hrs. instead of 08:50 hrs.
“These changes are crucial for the timely completion of developmental projects in the Adra Division. Passengers are advised to stay updated with the revised schedules and plan their journeys accordingly. The South Eastern Railway assures that every effort is being made to minimize inconvenience during this period of necessary transformation,” said an official.