The Mumbai local train services on Harbour line from Wadala road to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station (CSMT) which were disrupted due to technical snag have now been restored.
"UP harbour services from Wadala Road to CSMT restored. However, there will be some delay. Total normalisation of services will be ensured soon. Inconvenience caused is deeply regretted," the Central Railway tweeted.
UP harbour services from Vadala Road to CSMT restored. However, there will be some delay. Total normalization of services will be ensured soon. Inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) March 1, 2018
Suburban rail services on the Harbour corridor were suspended due to technical problems in the Over Head Equipment, causing inconvenience to thousands of passengers.
Due to technical problem in the Over Head Equipment, suburban services on the Harbour corridor between CSMT and Wadala Road stations have been suspended, Chief PRO of Central Railways Sunil Udasi had said.
COMMUTERS HOLDING HARBOUR LINE TICKETS/PASSES, CAN TRAVEL FROM KURLA TO CSMT AND BACK ON MAIN LINE TILL HARBOUR LINE SERVICES FROM CSMT TO VADALA ROAD ARE RESTORED— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) March 1, 2018
However, services between Wadala road to Andheri and Vadala Road to Panvel sections are running, he said. Expressing regret for the inconvenience caused to passengers, he said alternate arrangements have been made for commuters.
CSMT TO VADALA ROAD HARBOUR SERVICES ARE SUSPENDED DUE TO SOME TECHNICAL PROBLEM IN OHE. HOWEVER, VADALA ROAD TO ANDHERI AND VADALA ROAD TO PANVEL SERVICES ARE RUNNING. INCONVENIENCE CAUSED IS DEEPLY REGRETTED. WE ARE TRYING TO NORMALISE SERVICES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) March 1, 2018
He said, "Commuters holding valid tickets or passes can travel from Kurla to CSMT and back on the main line till services are restored".