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The month of May has begun and it is time for the much awaited summer vacations. Due to the summer holidays, there is high demand for the right transport modes so that the people can conveniently plan their vacations. Seeing the demand, the Western Railway announced a special weekly Jaipur-Bandra train to ease passenger rush during summer season.

According to the information provided by the railway, the 09723/09724 super fast summer special train will run at a special fare. This special weekly train will run between Jaipur-Bandra will run via Ratlam-Neemuch.

Jaipur-Bandra train schedule

This Jaipur-Bandra train no. 09723 will run till June 28 from Jaipur every Wednesday at 8:20 AM and will reach Neemuch at 3:18 PM and Ratlam at 5:30 PM so as to reach Bandra at 4:45 AM the next morning.

Similarly, on its route back the summer special train no. 09724 will run till June 29 from Bandra every Thursday at 6:15 AM and will reach Ratlam at 4:05 PM, Neemuch at 6:25 PM and then Jaipur at midnight 1:25 AM.

The train comprises of one first AC cum third AC coach, two second AC coaches, one second AC cum third AC coach, three third AC coaches, nine sleeper coaches and four general coaches.

Stoppages of the train will include Kishangarh, Ajmer, Bhilwara, Chittaurgarh, Neemuch, Ratlam, Vadodara, Surat and Borivali. Check out the Jaipur-Bandra train route to see if it covers your destination.

 


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