Safe, economical & faster suburban travel in Hyderabad! Indian Railways to resume more MMTS services from July

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June 29, 2021 5:07 PM

The additional MMTS services will provide a safe, economical and faster means of travel for suburban passengers in the capital city of Telangana.

Indian Railways has approved resumption of 45 additional MMTS services in the state of Telangana from 1 July 2021.

Regular travelling to get smoother and easier in Hyderabad! After restarting 10 MMTS (Multi-Modal Transport System) services recently, Indian Railways has approved resumption of 45 additional MMTS services in the state of Telangana from 1 July 2021. On 23 June 2021, suburban train services were resumed in Hyderabad and Secunderabad for commuters. According to Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, the additional MMTS services will provide a safe, economical and faster means of travel for suburban passengers in the capital city of Telangana. Here is the full list of 45 additional MMTS trains, which will start operations with effect from 1 July 2021:

Falaknuma – Lingampalli / Ramachandrapuram

Train Number 47153
Train Number 47211
Train Number 47165
Train Number 47214
Train Number 47216
Train Number 47161
Train Number 47164
Train Number 47166
Train Number 47207
Train Number 47167
Train Number 47203
Train Number 47220
Train Number 47170

Lingampalli / Ramachandrapuram – Falaknuma

Train Number 47213
Train Number 47176
Train Number 47212
Train Number 47189
Train Number 47182
Train Number 47186
Train Number 47187
Train Number 47190
Train Number 47191
Train Number 47192
Train Number 47159
Train Number 47194

Hyderabad – Lingampalli

Train Number 47101
Train Number 47105
Train Number 47108
Train Number 47109
Train Number 47111
Train Number 47112
Train Number 47114
Train Number 47116
Train Number 47118
Train Number 47120

Lingampalli – Hyderabad

Train Number 47128
Train Number 47132
Train Number 47135
Train Number 47136
Train Number 47138
Train Number 47139
Train Number 47140
Train Number 47142
Train Number 47145
Train Number 47148

The Multi-Modal Transport System started its operation in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad in the year 2003. Before the Covid-19 pandemic induced lockdown, 121 Multi-Modal Transport System train services used to run, covering a distance of 42 kilometres across the city through 25 railway stations and it used to have an average daily footfall of 1.2 lakh passengers.

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