Vasai Road railway station
|Mumbai Suburban Railway station|
|Owned by||Ministry of Railways, Indian Railways|
|Line(s)||Western line, Central line, Vasai Road - Roha line|
|Structure type||Standard on-ground station|
|Fare zone||Western Railways|
Six of the seven platforms at Vasai Road are laid out side by side. Platform 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 and Central railways in Mumbai, as trains from Konkan region and Pune cross over to the Western line here.
Platforms 2–5 handle the local trains in the up & down directions. Platform 6 and 7 handle outstation trains that have a halt at Vasai Road. They also handle two Rajdhani Express trains.
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. The recent developments at Vasai Railway Station is the inclusion of elevator and lifts on the old as well as the new footover bridges.
WAG 9 at Vasai Road Station – Platform 6
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