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Blog Posts by saurabh kothari
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Jan 16 2010 (23:39)   11302/Udyan Express (PT)

saurabh kothari   1 blog posts
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hey friends,
can anybody tell me how much the 6530(Udayan express) will become late generally...
as it will reach dadar on 7:30 pm and i have another train to catch from bandra at 10 pm.
and plz tell me how to go from dadar to bandra..as i was never be in mumbai before....means what will be the feasiable option...local train , local bus or

Jan 16 2010 (23:47)
Guest: 56424dd7   show all posts
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Udyan Express is about 20 - 30 minutes late usually - not more than that. So unless there is a special situation, 10 pm connection is safe.
Best way to go to Bandra is through the famous Mumbai Local. Catch Western Railway line from Dadar (Western) to Bandra. This journey will take you about 10 minutes. (about 30 minutes - walking to platform, waiting for train, etc.).
So, if Udyan is 30 minutes late, then you can make your connection. Warning: Don't be in too much of a hurry when you board the
Mumbai Local. Wait till the train completely stops. Don't board or get down from a moving train, since the train accelerates very, very fast. Many, many people have got seriously hurt, boarding a moving local.
Rest is luck. Good luck.

Mar 23 2010 (14:10)
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udayan goes to MUMBAI CST so it stops in the central line of dadar station...dadar is a changeover point and is common for both western and central lines....bandra is in western line...so get down at dadar and go to the WR platforms and take any local going towards virar...fast and slow locals all stop at bandra...good luck...

Mar 23 2010 (16:48)
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as others have said locals is the best option and the cheapest. however if with luggage and first time in mumbai western line locals, then dont even try. moreover you will have to get a local train ticket to bandra. instead get out of the station and get a taxi. will cost you between 60-80 to bandra station

Mar 23 2010 (17:16)
Manish*^~   8606 blog posts   22499 correct pred (85% accurate)
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Yes, it would be better to avoid local trains at that time as they will be extremely crowded and it will be next to impossible to get in and out of the train with luggage. Better option is take a taxi from Dadar to Bandra.

Mar 23 2010 (17:21)
Minti*^~   2658 blog posts   3008 correct pred (68% accurate)
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2 month old post do not reply now. its better to lock it.
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