Live: All CR suburban corridors are now operational, says Central Railways

The city has been experiencing torrential rainfalls over the last few days, throwing normal life out of gear.


MUMBAI: Mumbaikars woke up to an intense spell of rainfall on Saturday morning once again. The city has been experiencing torrential rainfalls over the last few days, throwing normal life out of gear. The India Meteorological Departement was warned of "heavy to very heavy falls" in Mumbai and its suburbs over the next 24 hours. 

Western line, Central line, Harbour line Mumbai local trains status

Traffic diversion and BEST buses route change due to waterlogging, snarls

Stay tuned for live updates on Mumbai rains:


03 August 2019
20:51 PM

CSMT-Vashi route cleared. Services on this section also resume. All CR suburban corridors are now operational: Central Railways

19:17 PM

Landing and take-off of flights at Mumbai International Airport affected due to low visibility and continuous rains. 

19:08 PM

Mainline, transharbour line, 4th corridor, Vashi- Panvel services are running; Only CSMT-Vashi services yet to be started: Central Railways

19:06 PM

CSMT-Kurla Up and Dn slow services resume from 17.40 hrs; Fast corridor between CSMT and Kalyan also operational from 18.21 hrs;  The trains will be running at cautious speed for some time to clear mid-section bunching. Please bear with us: Central Railways



18:57 PM

Residents evacuated from around Mithi river have been provided relief camp at Kranti Nagar & we have provided adequate food packets and water for all.

18:56 PM

MCGM arranged relief camp for stranded passengers at CST, Dadar and Kurla station at Manohardas School, Borabazar, near CST Station, Gokhale Municipal School, Bhavani Shankar Road, Dadar (W) and Moreshwar Patankar School, Kural. Water, Tea & snacks arranged for them.

18:56 PM

Special Buses are running between Vadala Road and Vashi. 12 buses have already left from Vadala: Central Railways

18:24 PM

Due to heavy rains in Mumbai area, the following trains are cancelled/short terminated:

Trains cancelled 

12128 Pune-Mumbai Intercity-Express; 22106 Pune-Mumbai Indrayani Express;

Trains short terminated 

51154 Bhusaval-Mumbai Passenger short terminated at Nasik Road.

18:23 PM

BEST is running 25 extra buses on route no C-50,27,453 between Vashi and Mulund.

18:22 PM

Local trains services from CSMT to Kurla to begin soon. With this, the mainline will be operational shortly.

18:15 PM

Four college girls who were drowned in Navi Mumbai waterfall, have been identified by the college authorities as Aarti Nair, Neha Dama, Shweta Nand and Sneha Jain. Three of the girls were studying in the SIES College of Arts, Science and Commerce.

18:03 PM

It's to inform that neither bridge nor slab of a road-over-bridge (ROB) has fallen down between Tilak Nagar & Chembur. It's a portion of a flower bed of divider of ROB which has fallen. Debris is being cleared from the track. Road traffic on it has been suspended: CPRO, Central Railway.

17:58 PM

Bus services have started from the CSMT station to ferry stranded passengers to Sion and Washi. So far, at least six buses carrying several passengers have departed from the CSMT station.  

16:07 PM

Extremely heavy rain at isolated places very likely in Mumbai, Thane, Palghar, & Raigad, today: Regional Meteorological Centre, Mumbai.

16:05 PM

Local train services have been temporarily suspended between CSMT-Vashi on Harbour line. 

15:57 PM

Due to heavy rains, Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Borivali East closed for visitors, River Mithi is overflowing.


15:53 PM

Due to rains coinciding with high tide resulting in back flow of water in Kurla/Sion/Chunabhati section, services have been temporarily suspended between CSMT-Vashi on harbour line and CSMT-Thane on mainline: Central Railway, Chief Public Relations Officer.

15:50 PM

Services are running between Vashi and Panvel and CSMT-Bandra/Goregaon on harbour line, Thane-Kalyan/Karjat/Kasara/Khopoli on main line, Transharbour line and Belapur/Nerul-Khakopar section: Central Railway, Chief Public Relations Officer.

15:47 PM

WATCH: Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) workers clear the garbage spewed by the sea at Marine Drive, as high tide hits Mumbai.


15:44 PM

Train number 12128 PUNE-CSMT Intercity Express and 22106 PUNE-CSMT Indrayani Express leaving Pune today are cancelled. Inconvenience caused is deeply regretted: Central Railways.

15:16 PM

Due to high tide and increase in water level increase, local train services between Kurla-Sion and Kurla-Chunabhatti Harbour Lines have been suspended.

14:50 PM

Water recedes at Vanisha Junction

14:41 PM

Traffic restored near Pinki Cinemas in Andheri (E), Babrekar Nagar in Kandivali (W) and Anjanabai Magar Road.

14:33 PM

Water has receded at the Andheri Subway.

"We request citizens to not believe in any rumours. We will be sharing all live pictures on this handle for updates.," tweets BMC.


14:33 PM

"No water logging anymore at Lokmanya Tilak Ganesh Visarjan Talao," tweets BMC.

14:32 PM

"No water longing at Dahisar Subway anymore. We will continue posting live updates to make sure Mumbaikar’s commute is planned accordingly & effectively," tweeted BMC.

14:30 PM
14:13 PM

Four girls drown during a picnic near a water fall in Kharghar area of Navi Mumbai.

13:43 PM

River Mithi flooded in the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali East.



13:42 PM

No relief from rainfall in Mumbai and suburbs in last one hour. 

12:53 PM

Holiday declared in all Mumbai schools:

"Warning –Extremely very heavy rainfall forecast for next 24hours  by IMD Holiday declared Dated:- 03-08-2019 for All Schools and Colleges in Mumbai,"tweets BMC.


12:04 PM

Water fills in people's homes in Daulatnagar area of ​​Borivali East.



11:52 AM

"As per IMD, there is a warning of heavy rainfall today along with a high tide of 4.90 meters at 1.44 PM We appeal citizens to avoid venturing near sea or walking in water logged areas. In any emergency call us on 1916," tweeted BMC.

11:51 AM


11:48 AM

Due to heavy rains, a large amount of garbage flowed on the seashore road. The BMC is in the process of removing it. The work is likely to be hampered due to high tide in the afternoon.


11:32 AM

"Red alert warning for Mumbai and suburbs for next 48 hours," says Neetha TS, Scientist, IMD, Mumbai

11:32 AM

Wall collapses at Vasant Leela, Ghodbunder road in Thane. No reports of injuries yet. 

11:20 AM

Best buses Traffic Diversion Updates

1) Gandhi Market King Circle Traffic Diverted via Bhau Daji Road

2) S V Road National Collage Bamdra Traffic Diverted via Link road

3) Thakur Cinema Kanciivali Traffic Diverted via Western Express Highway.

4) Sion road no 24 Traffic Diverted via Sion road no 3.

5) Antop Will Sector 7 (Route Suspended)

6) Hindmata Cinema Traffic Diverted via Hindmata Flyover

7) Azad Nagar Borivali ( Route Suspended)

8) Anand Nagar Dahigar(E) Traffic Diverted via Sudhir Phadke flyover

9) Esic Hospital Kandivali(E) Traffic Diverted via Janupada Kanclivali 


11:12 AM

Sanjay Gandhi National Park in Borivali closed for visitors due to heavy rainfall. The water level of the river inside has increased.

11:10 AM

Mumbai-Goa highway shut down again after Jagbudi River touched the danger level. 


The highway was earlier closed due a landslide caused by rainfall near Mauje Dhamandevi village in Raigarh which occurred in the wee hours of Saturday.

10:31 AM

Earlier, 17 flights had been diverted and several were delayed by 30 minutes on average due to heavy rains. Rail services too have been hampered by the intermittent rains. 


10:26 AM

Streets were inundated and houses submerged, after heavy rainfall in the Palghar town. Mumbai has been facing incessant rain and waterlogging for past few days. 

10:25 AM

The Western Express Highway got waterlogged after heavy rainfall in Mumbai`s Jogeshwari suburb yesterday. 

10:25 AM

"Mumbai and surrounding areas received widespread rainfall in last 24 hours with heavy to very heavy rainfall at few places. Impact was more towards suburbs, Thane, Navi Mumbai areas. Satellite, radar indicates rainfall will continue," the IMD predicted. 

10:23 AM

All schools declared closed in Thane by city adminisatration. 

09:56 AM

Traffic moving slow due to heavy showers and waterlogging at following places:

S V Rd Andheri Subway

Siddheshwar Mandir jetty near proposed sagari

S V Rd Behrambaug Jn has reached up to level of Knees

Water Logging at Hanuman Nagar  Kandivali E

09:36 AM

"As per weather forecast, Intense spells of rain likely to continue in the next 4 hrs and heavy to very heavy rainfall in the next 24 hrs.We request Mumbaikars to take adequate precautions & ensure safety. #Dial100 in case of any emergency. Take care Mumbai," tweets Mumbai Police.

09:33 AM

"Technical problem in point at Goregaon up fast line, trains being run after clamping the point leading to 15-20min delay. WR team attending the issue. Services to be normalised soon," tweeted Western Railway. 


09:31 AM
09:31 AM

Mumbai-Goa highway has been closed for traffic from both sides following a landslide caused by rainfall near Mauje Dhamandevi village in Raigarh. Road-clearing operation underway by Police and administration


09:29 AM
09:28 AM

 Waterlogging in Malad area:

09:25 AM

Tansa river flowing at danger level. The bridge across the river connecting Vajreshwari and Kelthan has completely submerged.

09:22 AM

Heavy rains in Mumbai and suburbs. Recorded rainfall from 7 am to 8 am:

Santacruz - 133.9 mm
Colaba - 56 mm

CT- Britania, Byculla, D Ward- 9mm,

Malbar hill and Nair Hospital- 8mm

ES- Gawan Pada- 36 mm

Bhandup-31 mm

Mulund Fire Station-20 mm

S Ward- 14 mm,

Bldg Proposal-12 mm

Vikhroli Fire stn- 11 mm

Kurla Fire stn- 9 mm

WS- Dindoshi Fire Stn-50mm

Kandivali Fire Stn- 41 mm

Malad Fire Stn-36 mm

Chincholi Fire Stn- 34 mm

Goregaon & Dahisar-33 mm

Prabodhankar Thakeray-32 mm

Borivali Fire Stn—29 mm

Malwani Fire Stn-26 mm

K/E Ward- 17 mm

09:19 AM

09:19 AM

Heavy rains in Thane. Thane Municipal Corporation has ordered all government schools to remain closed in view of continuous rainfall in the city.

09:18 AM

Maharashtra: Landslide occurred in Raigad near Poladpur on Mumbai-Goa highway today, following incessant rainfall. Vehicular movement suspended on the route.

09:18 AM

“Due to heavy rains, suburban trains are running with cautious speed causing some delays but no hold up of traffic as of now. Inconvenience is regretted,” tweets Central Railway.

09:18 AM
09:05 AM

Santacruz has received 133.9 mm of rain while Colaba received 56 mm. Adjoining district of Thane is worst affected.

08:57 AM

The Municpal Corporation of Greater Mumbai has issued an advisory to people visiting areas near beaches in the city. The advisory titled 'Beach Safety Appeal to Citizens' says:

1. Citizens are requested not to venture into the sea water

2. High tide in next coming hours today at 1344 hrs (1.44 pm). Height 4.90 metres

3. Peak tide is extremely dangerous, In case of Help, please contact life guards on beach or contact 1916 or 101.

08:45 AM

Mumbai is set to face its highest high tide of the season on Saturday. The high tide of 4.90 metres is expected at 1.44 pm. 

08:44 AM

Water Logging at Motilal Nagar, Goregaon West, SV Road, Jogeshwari West, Oberoi Junction, Malad East, Malad Subway and Dahisar Subway.

08:43 AM

Heavy rains in Mumbai Western suburbs. Reports of waterlogging emerge from Andheri, Mallad, Boriwali and Dahisar. Mumbai Eastern also receiving heavy rainfall.

Andheri Subway and Malad Subway have been closed due to heavy rains and waterlogging.


08:41 AM

Mumbai Regional Meteorological Centre Friday issued an alert of very heavy rainfall in Mumbai for the next two days on August 3 and 4. Moderate rainfall continued to lash the capital city of Maharashtra and the adjoining areas over the past five days.