Kacheguda-B’luru Express Train service to be extended to Mysuru

Kacheguda-B’luru Express Train service to be extended to Mysuru

February 7, 2019

New Delhi: The Kacheguda-Bengaluru Express daily train (12785/86) will be extended to Mysuru soon. This assurance was given to MP Pratap Simha by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal.

Simha met Goyal in New Delhi yesterday and presented a memorandum urging him to extend the Kacheguda-Bengaluru Express train service up to Mysuru in the interest of tourists visiting the cultural capital and also to benefit the daily commuters.

Responding to the request of the MP, Goyal assured him that the train service will be extended in a day or two.

Extended till Ashokapuram

According to Railway sources, the Kacheguda Express will be extended till Ashokapuram Railway Station in city.

Train timings

The Kacheguda Express will leave from Ashokapuram Railway Station at 2.05 pm to Mysuru Railway Station and from there it will leave at 2.45 pm and reach Bengaluru at 5.45 pm. The train will reach Hyderabad at 5.40 am the next day.

In the return direction, the train leaves Hyderabad at 7.30 pm and reaches Bengaluru at 6.25 am the next day and it will arrive at Mysuru at 9.40 am and reach Ashokapuram at 10.05 am.

It may be recalled that two new trains Chennai-KSR Bengaluru-Chennai Express and Hubballi-Mysuru-Hubballi Vishwamanava Express train services were flagged off from the city recently.

5 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Kacheguda-B’luru Express Train service to be extended to Mysuru”

  1. Mohammed Khasimi says:

    It is great to see our MP Pratap Simha is working hard to get Mysore connected with various cities. But unfortunately in his zest he is killing the very purpose of electrification and double tracking of the Mysore – Bangalore route.
    We have 10 Mail/Express Trains between Mysore and Bangalore daily and all of them take 3 hours. Train Number 56281 – Chamarajanagar – Tirupati Express takes 3 hours 20 Minutes and Train Number 16227 – Mysuru – Talguppa Express takes 3 hours 25 minutes. This is same as Passenger trains.

    Newly extended Train Number 12610 – Mysore – Chennai Central is supposed to be a Superfast train but it takes 3 hours on par with the express trains.

    This new proposed extension of train number 12786 – KSR Bengaluru – Kacheguda is going to mock all as it has a huge 35 minutes stoppage in Bangalore apart from 3 hours travel time.

    This is due to the fact that our MP is working on getting the trains extended to Mysore rather then starting the trains from Mysore using the empty slots. Morning 7:20 am, 10:30 am and evening 6:35 pm and 8:10 pm slots should be used to introduce long distance trains.

  2. ARVIND GOWDA says:

    You are right Mohammed.

  3. Rao says:

    Mysore Bangalore journey time of 3 hours is laughable when Pratap Simha and his master are selling idea of Bullet Train in India.
    Instead of getting all the useless trains extended to Mysore and getting photo Op’s all over, M P should concentrate on getting a new train / schedule which brings down journey time to atleast less than 2.5 hours.

  4. RaMprasad says:

    One more slow and dirty train coming to Mysore. Practically useless to people .

  5. Darshan says:

    No trains are useless until and unless there are passengers, I’m not the favor of any one here, as others said, pls work on the cutoff traveling time !!

    and few hours there are no trains between MYS and KSR jun. Pls fill up that, and every hour we’ve train.


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