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Mumbai: Four Fast Elevated Corridors for railways get nod

Mumbai: The Centre has sanctioned construction of at least 7 new railway lines in Maharashtra, including the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST)-Panvel fast elevated corridor, collectively...

Chennai Metro sees 80,000 people on Sunday

The Chennai Metro Rail is arguably riding on its recreational quotient — going by the number of people, 80,000, taking a ride on Sunday, the highest since its launch last week.

Draft plan for Mumbai Urban Transport Project-4

In a significant development, Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Monday asked his ministry officials to prepare a draft plan for Mumbai Urban Transport Project 4.

Mumbai Metro master plan: Maharashtra government nod for Delhi body revise...

A formal nod has been given by the state to Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to revise and update Mumbai Metro Master Plan for the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA).

Mumbai rains: City's lifeline local trains most affected in the incessant...

Western Railways has now begun service from Churchgate to Andheri, however the locals are moving at a very slow pace and will halt at all stations. Central Line and Harbour Line services remain inoperative.

Work on Mumbai Metro III will start in early 2016: Ashwini...

Political parties and NGOs are up in arms against the implementation of Mumbai Metro III corridor, fearing that it will destroy green cover and make some residents homeless.

'Bihar special' railway budget or achche din for Konkan Railway, Mumbai...

The speculation about what goodies railway minister Suresh Prabhu has for the hapless commuter reached fever pitch on Wednesday

Mumbai's suburban railway accidents claimed 9 lives daily in 2014

An average of nine persons lost their lives daily due to accidents, suicides or natural deaths while on the move in suburban Mumbai Railway, the lifeline of the country's financial capital in 2015.

Double-decker locals for Mumbai?

If railway minister Suresh Prabhu has his way, then after air-conditioned trains on the suburban network, double decker locals could be the next.

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