Maharashtra Government may resume Local Trains for all by October 15

Maharashtra Government may resume Local Trains for all by October 15

On Wednesday, Maharashtra’s state minister Aaditya Thackeray said that the govt is seriously going to resume all normal local train services in Mumbai by October 15.

However, the news was stated by Shiv Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’.

According to the Saamana, Thackeray said that govt. is efforting to bring the state’s economy back on track, hence, the resumption of suburban train services for common citizens is being considered.

He also said that to reduce road traffic, a proposal is being considered to remain offices and commercial facilities running for 24 hours.

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It is difficult to maneuver office hours as there are different types of offices and commercial facilities in Mumbai, the minister said.

He said that the govt. was in talks with offices, institutions, and corporations about working hours.

The government is additionally in talks with the railways to increase the frequency of these train connections, the minister said.

Currently, to curb the spread of Covid-19, local trains are being run only for essential services staff, state, and central government staff, employees of nationalized and private banks, etc.

“The government is seriously considering starting normal train services for citizens by October 15. the selection goes to be taken after ensuring all COVID-19 related safety protocols are followed,” Thackeray said.

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