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|First service||7 June 1999|
|Current operator(s)||Central Railway, Konkan Railway|
|Start||Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT)|
|End||Madgaon Junction (MAO)|
|Distance travelled||579.8 km|
|Average journey time||11hr 50min|
|Class(es)||First AC, Second AC, Third AC, Sleeper, Pantry, Second seating General|
|Track gauge||Broad Gauge|
|Operating speed||Average - 50 km/hr|
The Mumbai-Madgaon Mandovi Express is a train which operates between Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and Madgaon Junction, the main railway station in Goa and is currently operated by the Central Railway and the Konkan Railway. It runs daily with a total travel time of 11 hours and 50 minutes. It has 18 stops on its route. It covers a distance of 580 km. This train is named after the Mandovi River.
In previous years before the Konkan Railway came into existence, it used to run between Vasco and Miraj as the Vasco-Miraj MG train and after the Konkan Railway came into existence, it was diverted and made to run from Mumbai to Madgaon and renamed Mandovi Express by Rail Minister Nitish Kumar. In earlier years it used to run with WDM 3a/d of Kalyan/Erode shed and in 2000 it was given WDP 4 of Krishnarajpuram.It is now hauled by a WDP 4 of Hubli.