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Murdeshwar Express from September 16

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Starting today, there will be a Murdeshwar Express daily train service.

Earlier this week, the Ministry of Railways approved the extension of Train Number 16585/16586, which runs from Sir M Visvesvaraya Terminal (SMVB) to Mangaluru Central via Mysuru, all the way up to Murdeshwar for the convenience of passengers.

The extension of Train No. 16585/86, operating from Sir M Visvesvaraya Terminal (SMVB) to Mangaluru Central via Mysuru, to Murudeshwar will be effective from September 16, 2023.

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  • Train No. 16585 SMVB Murdeshwar Express, starting from Sir M Visvesvaraya Terminal (SMVB) on September 16, 2023, will run up to Murdeshwar.
  • Train No. 16586 SMVB Murdeshwar Express, starting from September 17, 2023, will begin its journey from Murdeshwar.

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Increase in Frequency

The railways have also increased the frequency of this train from 6 days per week to daily.

Railways have appealed Passengers to avail the benefit of the increased frequency and extension of the train service.

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Murdeshwar Express: Timings & Stoppages

Timings and stoppages for the extended portion of Train No. 16585/16586 Sir M Visvesvaraya Terminal (SMVB) – Murudeshwar – Sir M Visvesvaraya Terminal (SMVB).

T.N 16586StationsT.N 16585
08.13/08.15Mangaluru Jn.18.48/18.50
08.30/08.40Mangaluru Central18.25/18.35

MPs Constant Efforts for Connectivity

Mysuru MP Shri Pratap Simha’s constant follow-up with the Ministry of Railways to restore the lost connectivity to Coastal Karnataka from Mysuru has yielded results.

Earlier, Mysuru had lost daily connectivity to the coastal area due to the diversion of the Bengaluru-Karwar/Kannur route via the new railway line, which is the Hassan-Bengaluru route passing through Kunigal. Since then, the Member of Parliament Mysuru has been regularly following up on the issue with railway authorities and at the ministry level to restore the lost Coastal connectivity services.

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SWR Press Release

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  1. Train no 16585 REACHING MYSORE @ 3.10am in the early morning hours leaves lot of passengers inconvenience for getting transportation. IT WILL BE BETTER IF IT REACHES MYSORE BY 5.30 am. Pratap sir you only can MAKE IT POSSIBLE.

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