Every Tuesday at 11:05 a.m., the weekly special will depart Nanded and arrive at Amb Anaura at 5:50 p.m. the following day.
From August 3, Indian Railways will run a weekly superfast special train between Nanded in Maharashtra and Amb Andaura in Himachal Pradesh. The weekly superfast train travels only with reserved seats, and customers who do not have a reservation will be denied boarding.
According to a representative for the North Western Railway, train number 05427 weekly special will depart Nanded at 11.05 a.m. every Tuesday and arrive in Amb Andaura at 5:50 p.m. the following day. Every Thursday, train number 05428 departs Amb Andaura at 3:30 p.m. and arrives in Nanded at 9:40 p.m.
During its journey, the Nanded-Amb Andaura special train with air conditioning, sleeper, and general coaches will stop at Poorna, Hingoli Deccan, Wasim, Akola, Malkapur, Khandwa, Itarsi, Habibganj, Bhopal, Bina, Jhansi, Gwalior, Agra Cantonment, Mathura, New Delhi, Panipat, Ambala Cantt, Chandigarh, Sahib
Following the onset of the Covid-19 epidemic and the consequent lockdown, Indian Railways halted train services on March 22 of last year. Train services are being resumed in stages as the number of Covid-19 cases decreases across the country.
People in numerous states have demanded that Indian Railways begin operating timetabled trains, particularly local and intercity passenger trains. Odisha passengers and local officials have submitted many letters to the Railway Ministry requesting that local passenger rail services be resumed now that bus services have been restored in the state.
Prior to the Covid-19 limits, 84 trains ran in the East Coast Railway region; presently, only 66 pairs of trains run as special trains in the region.
According to an East Coast Railway spokesman, the company is presently studying the Covid-19 situation in the region and will make a decision on resuming local and intercity passenger trains in the zone as soon as possible.