Mumbai Traffic Updates: List Of Routes Diverted Due To Waterlogging Amid Heavy Rains And Alternative Roads To Take
Mumbai traffic movement affected due to heavy rains and water logging reported. (Photo Credits: @TrishaS08)

Mumbai, July 10: Heavy rains continued to lash Mumbai and suburban regions on the fifth consecutive day on Tuesday, leaving several places in the city waterlogged. Sion, Matuga, Eastern Express Highway were experiencing massive traffic jams due to rainwater accumulation at Dadar region. On Monday evening, similar traffic jam was observed at the same flyover and citizens took to Twitter to bash the authorities over civic failure. Due to potholes, traffic movement was at a snail's pace.

Meanwhile, the entire stretch of King's Circle was submerged under rainwater. Furthermore, the Western Express Highway towards the Airport road also witnessed a beeline of vehicles. The commuters have been asked to take other alternative routes.

Following are the roads that witnessed massive traffic jam due to rain and waterlogging: 

Sion-Matunga Flyover- Eastern Express highway-Massive traffic jam

Worli Signal- Haji Ali Road, Traffic Movement slow

Bandra SV Road- waterlogging and traffic movement slow

Hindmata- Slow traffic movement, waterlogging

Sion King's Circle flooded with rainwater, traffic affected badly

Vile Parle SV Road waterlogged and traffic movement is slow

Airport Road, Sahar Road and Western Express Highway has slow traffic movement

The traffic and railway helpline numbers:

Central Railway Control Room: 022-22620173

Western Railway Control Room: 022-23094064

WhatsApp Number for traffic updates: 8454999999


Dadar Hindmata area, which experiences waterlogging every monsoon, was yet again waterlogged. Civic officials stated that they installed five de-watering pumps at the spot to drain the rainwater, besides, drain management workers were also on the spot to assist people who were stranded.

The Indian Metereological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in Mumbai along with Thane, Raigad, Palghar regions between July 10 and July 13. A high alert has been issued, and the fishermen have been asked not to venture into the sea amid heavy rains forecast.

Due to incessant rains, trains services between Bhayander and Vasai Road have also been suspended entirely by western railways, but trains on other routes --central, harbour, trans-harbour-- were being run at restricted limits. The western railway is currently providing service till Bhayander with some delay. Due to waterlogging in Vasai Virar region, the electricity has also been cut from early morning onwards to avoid any electrocution mishaps.