Train Cancellation: Northern Railway cancels, diverts, and changes stoppage of these trains
As many as six trains have been cancelled from September 18 to 28, while two trains have been cancelled from September 19 to 29. While only two trains will be short-terminated, as many as five trains will take diversions from their original routes
Train Cancellation: In an important announcement for train passengers travelling through many states in North and West India, Northern Railways has cancelled, diverted, and short-terminated trains due to doubling work at the Barnala and Hadiya railway stations in Punjab. Along with that, some trains will skip their designated stoppage at Barnala and will stop at the Sekha and Tapa railway stations, Northern Railway said in a tweet on Wednesday.
Railways will take suitable traffic blocks upto 28.09.23 for infrastructure upgrade with the Pre-Non-interlocking and Non-Interlocking work at Barnala and Hadiaya stations on Rajpura- Bathinda section due to which the following trains will be temporarily affected: pic.twitter.com/aGoo4Zs2Ru
— Northern Railway (@RailwayNorthern) September 13, 2023
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"In order to upgrade the existing infrastructure and enhance the safety standards, Northern Railway will undertake the Pre-Non-interlocking and Non- Interlocking work in connection with commissioning of doubling at Barnala and Hadiaya stations on Rajpura-Bathinda section. To execute this work, Railways will take suitable traffic blocks up to 28.09.23," Northern Railway said in a statement.
As many as six trains have been cancelled from September 18 to 28, while two trains have been cancelled from September 19 to 29.
While only two trains will be short-terminated, as many as five trains will take diversions from their original routes, and will run via the Rohtak-Jind-Narvana-Jakhal route.
As many as eight trains will skip their stoppages at Barnala station and stop at Sekha.
On the other hand, nine trains that will skip their stoppages at Barnala will stop at Tapa station as their alternative station.