New Train Service Connecting Ujjain to Chittorgarh

New Train Service Connecting Ujjain to Chittorgarh 

The train will start its service from March 12, 2024...

 
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Starting from March 12, 2024,  a new train service will be initiated, linking the cities of Ujjain and Chittorgarh, enhancing travel convenience for passengers from the Chittorgarh district. The new train will follow a route via Fatehabad, Ratlam, Mandsaur, Neemuch, and Nimbahera to reach its final destination, Chittorgarh.

The train, initially will be operated with Integral Coach Factory (ICF) rakes due to delays in the arrival of Mainline Electrical Multiple Unit (MEMU) coaches, is a response to long-standing demands from travellers. The MEMU coaches are expected to replace the regular coaches by the end of March, but the service is being launched earlier to cater to passenger needs.

The tentative schedule for the MEMU train has been released, with departure from Ujjain scheduled for 10:30 AM. The train will make stops at Fatehabad at 11:10, Ratlam 13:30, Jaora 14:18, Mandsaur 15:17, Nimbahera 16:10, before reaching Chittorgarh at 17:20. Brief halts of up to 10 minutes at Ratlam and 2 minutes at other stations along the route are scheduled.

Conversely, the train will depart from Chittorgarh at 17:40, making stops at Nimbahera at 18:12, Neemuch 18:42, Mandsaur 19:38, Jaora at 20:28, Ratlam 21:10 and Fatehabad at 22:44, before reaching Ujjain at 23:50. Similar halts will be observed during the return journey.

The Ratlam Railway Administration, responsible for operating the service, has faced challenges in managing the train efficiently. However, efforts are being made to ensure smooth operations until the MEMU coaches are available.

With the commencement of this new train service, commuters can expect improved connectivity between Ujjain and Chittorgarh, easing travel and facilitating greater mobility for passengers in the region.

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