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Ladies Commutters Safety
Travelling in Trains for Ladies has become comfortable as Now Railways have posted Railway Police in Some Compartments. Before Boarding Trains in Late hours Ladies should confirmed availability of Police Person in that compartment. If no Police person is available they should travel in a genral compartment only
In case of an Emergencies they should carry contact numbers of Railway Helpline.
They are also advise to keep Peeper sprays in there bags, if they travel late night on frequent basis.
Railway Police Western Railway – 022-22039800
Railway Police Central Railway – 022-24150620
Railway Control Room – 022-23081725
Commissioner of Police Railways – 022-23088634 / 022-23093883
Local Train Map of Mumbai
HARBOUR LINE : C.S.T. Khandeshwar
1 MumbaiC.S.T. 2 Masjid 3 SandhurtRoad 4 DockYardRoad
5 ReayRoad 6 CottonGreen 7 Sewari 8 VadalaRoad
9 GTBNagar 10 Chunabhatti 11 Kurla 12 TilakNagar
13 Chembur 14 Govandi 15 Mankhurd 16 Vashi
17 Sanpada 18 Juinagar 19 Nerul 20 BelapurCBD
21 Kharghar 22 Khandeshwar
MAIN LINE : C.S.T. | Karjat
1 MumbaiC.S.T. 2 Masjid 3 SandhurtRoad 4 Byculla
5 Chinchpokli 6 CurreyRoad 7 Parel 8 Dadar
9 Matunga 10 Sion 11 Kurla 12 Vidyavihar 13 Ghatkopar
14 Vikhroli 15 KanjurMarg 16 Bhandup
17 Mulund 18 Thane 19 Kalva 20 Mumbra
21 Diva 22 Dombivili 23 Thakurli 24 Kalyan
25 Vithalwadi 26 Ulhasnagar 27 Ambarnath
28 Badlapur 29 Vangani 30 Shelu
31 Neral 32 BhivpuriRoad 33 Karjat
WESTERN LINE :Churchgate - Virar
1 ChurchGate 2 MarineLines 3 CharniRoad 4 GrantRoad 5
6 Mahalakshmi 7 LowerParel 8 ElphistoneRoad 9 Dadar[w]
11 Mahim 12 Bandra 13 KharRoad 14 SantaCruz 15 VilleParle
17 Jogeshwari 18 Goregaon 19 Malad 20 Kandivali 21 Borivali
23 MiraRoad 24 Bhayander 25 Naigaon 26 VasaiRoad 27 NallaSopara
DON'T CROSS RAILWAY TRACKS
On an average, 12 people are involved in rail accidents every day due to crossing tracks, falling from a running train, being hit by poles while standing dangerously on the footboard and rooftop travelling. On an average every year over 3700 people are involved in railway accidents. It is really shocking to see so many people losing their lives or risking it through their acts,"
There are locations like Borivli, Kurla, Mumbra, Jogeshwari, Andheri, Wadala and Kalyan where people meet with accidents quite frequently.
A senior railway police official attributed this to high density of passengers at these stations apart from slum dwellers who tend to illegally cross tracks.
In large city like Mumbai, authorities can not look after everybody's saftey. People must follow general railway rules otherwise they will pay the hefty price. To save few minutes some people are willing to pay ultimate price with their life. Wake up India wake up! .Don't Cross the Tracks Even if its late. & Most Important, Don't Lend Your hand to Dragged for a person crossing the Tracks on the Platforms.
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