Vasai Road railway station
|Mumbai Suburban Railway station|
|Owned by||Ministry of Railways, Indian Railways|
|Line(s)||Western Line, Central Line|
|Structure type||Standard on-ground station|
|Fare zone||Western Railways|
Location within Maharashtra
Vasai Road Junction is a railway station on the Western line and Vasai Road - Diva - Panvel - Roha route of the Central Line, of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. Vasai is a historical suburban town north of Mumbai and it is located in Palghar district. It is a much modern part of Vasai Taluka. It is a part of the new Vasai-Virar City.
6 of the 7 platforms at Vasai Road are laid out side by side. Platform no. 1 at Vasai Road is constructed approximately 500 meters South of Platform 2 similar to platform 8 at Borivali.
Vasai Road is an important cross over point between Western & Central railways in Mumbai as trains from Konkan region & Pune cross over to the Western Line here.
Platforms 2 - 5 handle the local trains in the up & down directions. Platform 6 & 7 handle outstation trains that have a halt at Vasai Road. Platform 1 is a dedicated platform to handle local trains that start/terminate at Vasai Road. Also platform 6 and 7 holds freight train for going towards diva.
WAG 9 at Vasai Road Station - Platform 6
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