Indian Railways Dehradun station reopens after 3 months for passenger operations! The Dehradun railway station in the state of Uttarakhand, which is part of the Northern Railways (NR) zone, has been recently reopened after a gap of nearly three months.
The railway station was shut since November 10, 2019 last year, for the renovation and station expansion work, according to a PTI report. SD Dobhal, Dehradun station manager was quoted in the report saying that most of the trains began operating from the Dehradun railway station on February 8, 2020, except for a few trains which have currently been cancelled due to foggy weather. Some of the passenger trains operating in the Northern areas have been cancelled due to fog, which was a measure taken for ensuring safe passenger services.
According to the report, some of the trains which have started regular operations include the Dehradun Shatabdi, Nanda Devi, Doon Naini Express, Rapti-Ganga as well as the Mussoorie Express. The Upasana and Ujjaini Express trains which operate through the Dehradun station, have been currently cancelled due to foggy weather conditions.