In a recent development, Shatabdi specialised trains operating between Chennai and Bengaluru are slated to resume service on July 21, according to Tamil daily DinaThanthi.It will be noticed that the Shatabdi express is without a doubt one of the premium trains that has been halted since April 28 due to low passenger numbers following the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic that rocked the country.
The Krantivira Sangoli Rayanna (KSR) Bengaluru – Chennai MGR Central – KSR Bengaluru Shatabdi trains (numbers 02028/02027) will resume service on July 21, according to an announcement from the South Western Railway.The practice, which runs six days a week with two halt stations between the locations safeguarding about 359 km, is one of the shortest to move between the most major cities in the south.It departs at 6 a.m. from KSR Bengaluru City Junction and arrives at 11 a.m. at Chennai MGR Central Station. It leaves Chennai at 5.30 p.m. and arrives in Bengaluru at 10.25 p.m.
on the way back.Following the epidemic, passenger patronage declined, and the practise businesses were shut down. According to the railway statement, as the COVID-19 situation improves only little across the country and the number of passengers gradually returns to normal, the halted trains are being resumed.On July 21 and 22, the Hubballi-based South Western Railway began operating a weekly special practise between Hubballi and Chennai.
On July 21, the train number 07333 Shree Siddharoodha Swamiji Hubballi – Chennai MGR Central will run, whereas the train number 07334 Chennai MGR Central – Shree Siddharoodha Swamiji Hubballi will run on July 22.
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