The summer vacations have begun in the country, and in most of the places, Indian Railways plays a major role in interstate transportation. Looking at the summer vacation the IRCTC have announced a Summer Special Trains between Goa and Mumbai, and the bookings for the same will be open from Tuesday 1st May 2018. The Central Railway has decided to run six additional summer special trains between Mumbai in Maharashtra and Karmali in Goa to clear the extra rush of passengers. Here is the list of trains going to run between Mumbai – Goa.
The Special Train No. 01127 Will Leave the CST (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus) in Mumbai at 12.20 am on 2nd May and it will arrive at Karmali in Goa at 11.30 am on the same day.
The Special Train No 01128 Will Leave Karmali Station in Goa at 10.20 am on May 4 and it will arrive at CST at 9.15 pm on the same day. The train will halt at Dadar, Thane, Panvel, Roha, Khed, Chiplun, Ratnagiri, Kankavali, Kudal and Thivim stations in both the directions and will have a coach composition of 15 sleeper classes and two general second classes, it said.
Another special train no. 01129 will leave from Panvel at 9:40 pm on May 2 and arrive in Karmali at 9 am the next day. In the return direction, train no. 01130 will leave Karmali at 2 pm on May 2 and arrive in Panvel at 9:40 pm same day. It will halt at Roha, Khed, Chiplun, Ratnagiri, Kankavali, Kudal and Thivim stations in both the directions and will have 15 sleeper class coaches and two general second classes.
Another train no. 01131, a super-fast summer special between Panvel and Karmali, will leave Panvel at 9:40 pm on May 3 and arrive in Karmali at 9 am the next day. In return direction, train 01132 will leave Karmali at 1:40 pm on May 3 and arrive in Panvel at 10:15 pm the same day. The train will halt at Roha, Khed, Chiplun, Ratnagiri, Kankavali, Kudal and Thivim stations and would have 15 sleeper class and two general second class coaches.
If you are planning the trip this vacation to Mumbai then please log into the IRCTC Website and Book your tickets, before it gets sold out as the train tickets are the most difficult to get your hands on.
SOURCE: NDTV | INDIAN MONEY