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Pakistan Railways announces revised timings for winter

Changes will come into effect from October 15
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Pakistan Railways has announced its updated winter timetable, which will come into effect from Sunday, October 15, 2023, across the entire country.

In this latest timetable release, several adjustments have been made. One significant change is the introduction of a new stop for the Pakistan Express (45 Up) at Khairpur Railway Station, providing improved accessibility to commuters in the region.

Additionally, various temporary stops for various train services have been made permanent.

The Allama Iqbal Express (9 Up/10 Dn) will now make a stop at Lodhran Railway Station, while the Quetta Express will halt at Toba Tek Singh Railway Station.

To further accommodate passengers, the duration of stops for specific trains has been extended.

Notable instances include the Green Line (5 Up/6 Dn) at Rohri Railway Station, the Rohri Express (33 Up/34 Dn), the Musa Pak Express (115 Up/116 Dn) at Khanewal, and the Thal Express (129 Up/130 Dn) at Kundian Railway Station.

Moreover, departure timings for numerous trains have been adjusted for the convenience of travelers.

These trains encompass the Tezgam (7 Up), Allama Iqbal Express (9 Up/10 Dn), Karachi Express (15 Up/16 Dn), Multan Express (17 Up), Rahman Baba Express (47 Up), Rawal Express (121 Up), Thal Express (129 Up), Kohat Express (133 Up), Chenab Express (135 Up), Mehran Express (150 Dn), Narowal Passenger (211 Up/212 Dn), Shaheen Passenger (225 Up/226 Dn), Rawalpindi Passenger (268 Dn), and Mianwali Express (148 Dn).

Passengers are urged to consult the updated timetable for specific departure and arrival times, as these modifications take effect this coming Sunday.

Pakistan Railways remains committed to providing efficient and convenient travel services throughout winter.

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