Palakkad: A landslide occurred between Padil (PADL) & Kulashekara (KLSK) stations in Mangalore Jn – Thokur Section of Palakkad Division today. Consequently, the following train services are cancelled/diverted/short terminated. Restoration work is going despite adverse weather conditions.
Train No.06091 Nagercoil – Velankanni special train will leave Nagercoil at 12.55 hrs. on 31.08.2019 & 07.09.2019 and reach Velankanni at 02.00 hrs. the next day. Train No.06092 Velankanni – Nagercoil special train will leave Velankanni at 22.00 hrs. on 01.09.2019 & 08.09.2019 and reach Nagercoil at 10.45 hrs. the next day.
Trivandrum: Due to Line Block and Power Block to facilitate rail renewal works in Thiruvananthapuram – Kollam section, trains will be regulated/rescheduled as explained below. A. Regulation of Train Service · Train No.16127 Chennai Egmore – Guruvayur express, scheduled to leave Chennai Egmore on 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 30 & 31 August, 2019, will beRead More
Ernakulam: The following special trains will be run to clear the extra rush of traffic in view of Velankanni Festival. Train No.06079 Ernakulam Jn. – Velankanni special train will leave Ernakulam Jn. at 23.25 hrs. on 29.08.2019 & 05.09.2019 (Thursdays) and reach Velankanni at 12.25 hrs. the next day.
Trivandrum: The following special trains will operate between Velankanni and Thiruvananthapuram for the benefit of passengers during Velankanni festival.
Trivandrum: Train services in Thiruvananthapuram Division got severely affected due to floods in Palakkad – Ottappalam, Shoranur – Kuttipuram and Ferok – Kallayi sections of Palghat Division yesterday (10.08.19) and disruption due to tree fall at multiple locations in Kayamkulam – Alappuzha – Ernakulam section on 09.08.19.
Trivandrum: Due to Line Block and Power Block to facilitate rail renewal works in Thiruvananthapuram – Kollam – Kayankulam section, trains will be fully cancelled / partially cancelled / short terminated as explained below. A. Full Cancellation of Train Services on 10.08.2019 & 12.08.2019
Kochi: #GOBIGWITHRAIL, a talk show on the changing world of branding and the potential of railways in transit advertising, was organised by the commercial branch of Thiruvananthapuram Division of Southern Railway, at Kochi on Aug 07, 2019. With the emergence of Advertising and Branding in railways as two major potentials, this talk show was organisedRead More
Trivandrum: Kerala will get a special railway corridor along its 532-km length by 2024, as the State government is set to build a Rs 66,079-crore rail line that will enable semi-high speed trains ply between upstate Kasaragod and the capital city of Thiruvananthapuram.