Did You know there are total 48 stations on Central line of Mumbai Suburban Railway? It includes
both the routes South-East and North-East. It means Mumbai CST to Kasara and Mumbai
CST to Khopoli. Kalyan Station is the Junction where Trains coming from Mumbai CST
changes the routes towards Kasara and Khopoli. Mumbai CST to Kalyan is approximate
55km. Kasara is approximate 68km Khopoli is approximate 63km from CST.
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Mumbai Central Line Stations
Here are the stations on Mumbai Central line: MumbaiCST MasjidBunder, SandhurstRoad,
Byculla, Chinchpokli, CurreyRoad, Parel, Dadar, Matunga, Sion, Kurla, Vidyavihar,
Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Kanjurmarg, Bhandup, Nahur, Mulund, Thane, Kalwa, Mumbra, Diwa,
Kopar, Dombivli, Thakurli, Kalyan, Vithalwadi, Ulhasnagar, Ambarnath, Badlapur,
Vangani, Shelu, Neral, BhivpuriRoad, Karjat, Palasdari, Kelavli, Dolavli, Lowjee,
Khopoli, Shahad, Ambivli, Titwala, Khadavli, Vasind, Asangaon, Atgaon, Khardi and
There are Two type of trains - fast and slow running in Mumbai suburbs. Slow local
trains halt at every stop and fast locals halts varies at Byculla, Dadar, Kurla,
Ghatkopar, Vikhroli, Bhandup, Mulund, Thane, Dombivali and Kalyan. All trains running
after Kalyan runs slow. There are few trains departs from Dadar, Thane, Kalyan.
Kalyan Station is also connected with
All trains on Central line are 12 Cars and 15 car trains are about to start. As
a preparation for introducing 15 car services, Central Railway has extended platforms
at Byculla, Kurla, Ghatkopar, Bhandup, Mulund and Dombivli stations. Earlier it
was 270 metres and now it is 330 metres in length.As of 16 October 2012, there are
803 services running on the Central Line daily. There are 787 12-car services and
16 15-car services. There are 233 fast services.