Particular practice from Visakhapatnam to Yelahanka to clear the festive rush


Visakhapatnam to Yelahanka (Karnataka) is likely one of the most frequented rail visitors routes. Holding in thoughts the rise in passengers throughout this forthcoming Sankranthi festive season, the East Coast Railway (ECoR) authorities have determined to run a particular practice between Visakhapatnam and Yelahanka. It is a Sankranthi particular practice for only one journey.

The particular practice (Prepare No: 08577) will go away Visakhapatnam on 16 January, 2022 (Sunday) at 3:55 pm and attain Yelahanka on the following day at 09:00 am.

On the return route, the practice (Prepare No: 08578) will go away Yelahanka on 17 January, 2022 (Monday) at 10:15 am and can attain Visakhapatnam on the following day at 05:00 am.

The varied stoppages for this particular practice, between Visakhapatnam and Yelahanka, are Duvvada,  Samalkot, Rajahmundry, Eluru, Vijayawada, Ongole, Gudur, Renigunta, Katpadi, Jolarpettai and Krishnarajpuram. The practice consists of Two-Tier AC (three coaches), Sleeper Class (ten coaches), Normal Second Class (six coaches), and Second Class cum baggage (two coaches).

Earlier the ECoR has scheduled a particular practice (Prepare No: 07485/07486) between Secunderabad to Brahmapur. Other than this, the East Coast Railway has hooked up extra coaches to particular demand trains within the month of January. Each the aforementioned trains will halt on the Visakhapatnam Railway Station. The Secunderabad-Bhubaneswar Categorical (Prepare No:17016/17015), Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam Garibrath (TrainNo:12740/12739), and Visakhapatnam-Kacheguda Categorical (Prepare No:12861/12861) have been hooked up with extra coaches to clear the Sankranthi vacation rush.

 

 

Passengers ought to adhere to the COVID-19 protocols in the course of the journey. All of the passengers should should put on masks and carry their very own hand sanitizers. In the event that they violate these guidelines, they are going to be fined.

For any practice enquiries Dial: 139, the built-in helpline quantity.

 





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