In order to decongest busy stations, Norther Railway has shifted several trains from New Delhi railway station to Anand Vihar and Sarai Rohilla in December as per the new Time Table.
In December, some trains will also be leaving from Old Delhi station to Sarai Rohilla station.
However, Kathgodam Shatabdi, popular with tourists, will be shifting from Anand Vihar to New Delhi in December.
The new Time Table will be effective on October 1, according to a Norther railway official.
No new trains were announced for introduction, nor any train was proposed for extension neither the frequency of any train was increased in the railway budget presented by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu in February.
Howrah Express, Bhubaneswar Express and Yuva Express are among six trains which have been shifted from New Delhi to Anand Vihar.
Sultanpur Express and Raxaul Express have shifted from Old Delhi to Sarai Rohilla station.
Indore Intercity Express has been shifted from Nizamuddin to Sarai Rohilla while New Delhi-Chennai G.T. express has been shifted from New Delhi to Sarai Rohilla station.
Deparature timing of certain trains including Awadh Assam Express, Mahabodhi Express and Dehradun-Amritsar express have also been changed.
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