New sequential numbering of platforms will be adopted at the Dadar Railway station in Mumbai with effect from December 9, the Central Railway said on Wednesday. Platform numbers at the station have been revised in order to reduce confusion among commuters. Of the total 15 platforms at Dadar junction, platform numbers one to seven are on the Western Railway side, and their numbering will remain unchanged. The existing one to eight platforms on the Central Railway side will be numbered from eight to 14. Thus, the existing platform number one on the Central Railway side will become platform number eight. The Central Railway has also decided to shut down platform 2 at Dadar station due to the narrow width of the platform. Maharashtra: Goods Train Engine Breaks Down, Causes Train Disruptions in Umbermali-Khardi Section Leaving Passengers Stranded.

Platform Renumbering At Dadar Station

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