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34 as 11302 Udyan Express, 33 as 11301 Udyan Express
Bangalore City Junction
1,153 km (716 mi)
Class(es) AC 1st Class, AC 2 tier, AC 3 tier, Sleeper Class, General Unreserved
No Pantry Car attached
Rake Sharing with
Siddheshwar Express. Previously numbered as 16529/30 Udyan Express.
Rolling stock Standard
Indian Railway coaches
1,676 mm ( 5 ft 6 in)
110 km/h (68 mph) maximum
47.38 km/h (29 mph), including halts
Udyan Express (CSTM-SBC) Route map
The 11301 / 11302
Udyan Express is an express train belonging to Indian Railways that run between Mumbai CST and Bangalore in India. It operates as train number 11301 from Mumbai CST to Bangalore City Junction and as train number 11302 in the reverse direction serving the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh.
It is named as the Udyan Express since Bangalore is known to be dotted with many public and private gardens. The word "Udyan" means a garden in Sanskrit, Hindi and Marathi and Kannada. The train was previously numbered as 16529/30 Udyan Express and was renumbered to 11301/11302 when the timetable for July 2013 came into effect. This train now shares its rake with the
Siddheshwar Express & operational control is now with Central Railways.
Coaches [ edit ]
Udyan Express presently has 1 AC 1st Class, 3 AC 2 tier, 2 AC 3 tier, 12 Sleeper Class & 4 General Unreserved coaches.
As with most train services in India, Coach Composition may be amended at the discretion of
Indian Railways depending on demand.
Service [ edit ]
Udyan Express covers the distance of 1153 kilometres in 24 hours 55 mins (46.59 km/hr) & in 23 hours 55 mins as 11302 Udyan Express (48.21 km/hr).
As the average speed of the train is below 55 km/hr, its fare does not include a
Once the train leaves
Maharashtra & crosses into Karnataka, crosses into Andhra Pradesh and re-enters Karnataka again after crossing Hindupur.
The Udyan Express covers the scenic Sahyadri mountain ranges between
Karjat and Lonavla, which are also known as the Bhore Ghats during the day in both directions.
It also passes through the illustrious
Makalidurga Ghats near Bangalore, which is marked by sharp curves.
Traction [ edit ]
Although the route between
Mumbai CST & Pune Junction is electrified (192 km (119 mi)), it is hauled end to end by a WDP 4 from the Krishnarajapuram shed.
References [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]