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Explore Mumbai With Mumbai Local Train Route Map & Railway Stations List – Central Railway | Western Railway| Harbour Line

Written By Lifestyle Desk | Mumbai | Published:

Why go the local way?

Many of us have had really unpleasant experiences while travelling by the local train in our respective cities. The rush, the jostling in the crowded compartments, the frequent quarrels that break out among the passengers are reasons enough to avoid the local train altogether. But the fact remains inevitable that local trains are one of the most efficient systems of transport for a majority of the Indian population. Not only does it save time but also cuts down on the hefty costs of commuting via cabs and Volvos. The Mumbai locals are no different, but for a city with such high levels of population and traffic during the rush hours, local trains are a boon for daily passengers.

Things to keep in mind

•    If you are travelling for the first time or a one-time journey on the Mumbai local train routes, and want to issue a pass for yourself, you have to get an id card for yourself from a ticket counter at any station on showing any address proof (Aadhar, passport, ration card).
•    After getting the ID card issued, you can easily get a pass from any station.
•    There are class I and class II passes which can be availed on a monthly or a quarterly or even on a yearly basis.
•    You need to renew the pass three days prior to its expiry from any station or online according to your convenience.
•    Travelling on an expired pass is equivalent to travelling ticketless and will demand a huge penalty, so be careful.
•    One cannot travel in the class I compartments with a class II pass. However, you can travel in the class II compartments with the class I pass.
•    Tourists in the city can issue an unlimited pass for themselves for a single day or a three-day unlimited travel-pass. It can be availed for up to a week in some cases.
 

All about Mumbai Locals Train Routes

Having the correct knowledge about the Mumbai local train routes is imperative if you want to commute across the city without any hassles. The Mumbai local trains run on three separate lines, which are,
•    Western Line
•    Central Line
•    Harbour Line
The list of all the Mumbai Local Train stations, categorized under the three separate lines, is enlisted below. You shall also find their respective distances from each other, and the ideal time required to cover these intra-city distances via local trains. While faster trains only stop at certain stations (highlighted in bold), slower trains halt at most other stations.
 

The Western Line 

•    The Western local railway line starts from the Churchgate station and its terminal station is at Dahanu road.
•    If you want to travel from the start till the end, it will take you almost three hours to reach the ends. The Western line covers almost 124kms.

Mumbai Railway Stations List – Western Line

Distance

Churchgate

0 km

Marine Lines

2 km

Charni Road

3 km

Grant Road

4 km

Mumbai Central

5 km

Mahalaxmi

6 km

Lower Parel

8 km

Elphinstone Road

9 km

Dadar

11 km

Matunga Road

11.5 km

Mahim

12 km

Bandra

15 km

Khar Road

17 km

Santacruz

18km

Vile Parle

20 km

Andheri

22 km

Jogeshwari

24 km

Goregaon

27 km

Malad

30 km

Kandivali

32 km

Borivali

34 km

Dahisar

37 km

Mira Road

40 km

Bhayandar

44 km

Naigaon

48 km

Vasai Road

52 km

Nala Sopara

56 km

Virar

60 km

Valtarna

-

Saphale

-

Kelve Road

-

Palghar

-

Umroli

-

Boisar

-

Vangaon

-

Dahanu Road

-

The Central Line

•    The Central line starts from CST and finishes at Kasara or Khopili after it divides into two at Kalyan Junction.
•    Travelling by a slow train, it takes almost three hours to complete the journey of around 120 km.

Central Railway Stations List

Distance

Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus

0 km

Masjid Bunder

2 km

Sandhurst Road

3 km

Byculla

5 km

Chinchpokli

6 km

Currey Road

7 km

Parel

8 km

Dadar

9 km

Matunga

11 km

Sion

13 km

Kurla

16 km

Vidyavihar

18 km

Ghatkopar

20 km

Vikhroli

23 km

Kanjumarg

25 km

Bhandup

26 km

Nahur

28 km

Mulund

31 km

Thane

34 km

Kalwa

36 km

Mumbra

40 km

Diwa

43 km

Kopar

47 km

Dombivli

49 km

Thakurli

50 km

Kalyan

54 km

Sahad

Vithalwadi

-

Ambivalli

Ulhasnagar

Titwala

Ambernath

Khadavli

Badlapur

Vasind

Vangani

Asangaon

Shelu

Atgaon

Neral

Kardi

Bhivpuri Road

Kasara

Karjat

-

Kelavalli

-

Dolavalli

-

Lowjee

-

Khopoli

The Harbour Line

•    This line is a sub-division of the Central line that starts from CST and finishes at Panvel in Navi Mumbai
•    Total distance covered is about 49 km
•    Only slow trains can be found in this line.

Harbour Line Stations

Distance

Chatrapati Shivaji Terminus

0 km

Masjid Bunder

2 km

Sandhurst Road

3 km

Dockyard Road

3.5 km

Reay Road

4 km

Cotton Green

5 km

Sewri

7 km

Wadala

9 km

Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar

11 km

Chunabhatti

13 km

Kurla

15 km

Tilak Nagar

16 km

Chembur

17 km

Govandi

19 km

Mankhurd

21 km

Vashi

29 km

Sanpada

30km

Juinagar

32 km

Nerul

34 km

Seawoods-Darave

36 km

CBD Belapur

38 km

Kharghar

41 km

Mansarovar

43 km

Khandeshwar

46 km

Panvel

49 km

Other Train Routes include:

•    Trans-Harbour Line
•    Nerul – Uran Line

Trans – Harbour Line

•    This line originates from thane and goes up to Vashi and Nerul in Navi Mumbai 
•    Total distance is 19 km.
•    Only slow trains can be found on this route

Trans – Harbour Line

Distance

Thane

0 km

Airoli

6 km

Rabale

9 km

Ghansoli

13 km

Kopar Khairane

14 km

Turbhe

15 km

Sanpada/Juinagar

17 km

Vashi/Nerul

19 km

 The Nerul - Uran Line

•    This line is the newest addition to the Mumbai suburban rail network
•    Total distance covered is about 27 km but only 12kms is operational now
•    Only slow trains can be found in this line.
•    The Nerul – Uran railway line will quicken the development of Navi Mumbai by providing direct access between Uran town, Jawaharlal Nehru Port, and the Newly developed areas of Mumbai.
 

NerulUran Line

Distance

Nerul/CBD Belapur

0 km

Seawoods-Darave

1 km

Targhar

9 km

Bamandongri

11 km

Kharkopar

12 km

Gavhan

-

Ranjanpada

-

Nhava Sheva

-

Dronagiri

-

Uran City

-

Stay Informed

So, now that you are acquainted with the Mumbai local train routes thoroughly, cutting through the city and reaching your desired destination on time would not be an impossible task to accomplish! For further assistance, keep a map of the Mumbai local train routes handy. Download it at http://bhaaratham.com/images/mumbai_local_train_map.pdf, and travel without worries!

 

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