Northeast Frontier Railway to run special train between Solapur and Guwahati
To clear extra rush of passengers, the Northeast Frontier Railway has decided to run one special train between Solapur junction and Guwahati during this month for three trips each.
GUWAHATI: To clear extra rush of passengers, the Northeast Frontier Railway has decided to run one special train between Solapur junction and Guwahati during this month for three trips each. The train will run with fully reserved accommodation for convenience of the passengers.
Train No. 01303 Solapur junction – Guwahati Special train will run for three trips leaving from Solapur junction at 17-30 hours on Monday to reach Guwahati at 00-30 hours on Thursday. The first trip of the train left Solapur junction on April 12 and subsequently the second and third trips will be leaving Solapur junction on April 19 and 26. In return direction, Train No. 01304 Guwahati – Solapur junction Special train will run for three trips leaving from Guwahati at 05-30 hours on Friday to reach Solapur junction at 07-55 hours on Sunday. The train will leave from Guwahati on 16th, 23rd and 30th April, 2021. The train will have AC- 3 tier, sleeper class and general second class accommodations for passengers.
The details of stoppages and timings of these trains are available in Railway's website and are also being notified in various newspapers and social media platforms of N. F. Railway, stated a release.
The Railways is following COVID related guidelines issued by respective State governments in various stations. Necessary help is being provided to the Health department of respective States for testing arrangement of train passengers. Passengers should travel with minimum luggage and wear face covers/masks at the stations and trains during travel. Passengers shall observe social distancing both at the station and on trains. All passengers are also advised to download and use the Aarogya Setu application before undertaking the journey. Railway has also decided to impose fine on passenger if found violating any COVID related safety guidelines, the release added.