CHENGALPATTU – CHENNAI BEACH Local, departs usually from CHENGALPATTU at It takes almost 1hr 55 mins for the journey as per the train. 49 Long-Distance Trains. 81 Local/EMU Trains. 11 LHB Trains. 29 Daily Trains. 81 EMU – Chennai Trains. 21 Mail/Express Trains. 1 Passenger Trains. 2 MEMU . Chengalpattu – Chennai Beach Fast EMU (12 Car)/ Train Time Table Departs @ Arrives @ Journey Time:1h 30m 16 halts halts India Rail Info.

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Railways has reportedly proposed to introduce additional trains in Beach-Chengalpattu section during office hours. Suburban rail commuters are likely to get relief from overcrowded trains as Southern Railway is to release the revised timetable for the services for on November In a few sections, new trains will be introduced and a few services will be rationalised to meet passengers demand.

In the suburban timetable released on August 15, railways has changed the timings of a few train services in Chennai-Arakkonam, Beach-Arakkonam and Velachery-Beach sections. However, no new trains were introduced. In the backdrop of the accident on July 24 at St Thomas Mount station which claimed the lives of five passengers who travelled on the footboard of an overcrowded train, railways has proposed minor changes in the schedule of trains operated in south western suburban routes.


It is learnt that railways has proposed to introduce additional trains in Beach-Chengalpattu section during office hours. Track realignment works at St. Thomas Mount to increase the gap between track and concrete wall that borders platforms 3 and 4 has been completed. However, railway officials said fast locals in Beach-Chengalpattu section will resume only by March next year.

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The fourth line in St. Thomas Mount would be thrown open for express trains after completing due procedures. The proposed time table has been sent to Southern Railway for approval. Official sources said a few train services operated up to Avadi and Tiruvallur, are likely to get extended to Arakkonam in the new time table. According to railway records, with services, about 4 to 4.

Chengalpattu – Chennai Beach EMU local – 40536 Route, Schedule, Status & TimeTable

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Follow the instructions after that. Ravi Before reintroducing fast local between Chennai Beach and Tambaram.

Sugan No update on these even after long days. Purushothaman Why is that the suburban train services Between katpadt and arkonam are not increased?

Sivaram In gummidipondi sector.

Krishnan Rama These small changes will not be of any use. An infrastructure where people can travel at ease irrespective of hurry will help. Sad to see this. K baskar Happy news to Chennai suburban train users.

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