Fully vaccinated Mumbaikars can travel in local trains from 15 August, says Uddhav Thackeray; check details here
However, the local railway services will be open for only those persons who have completed 14 days after the second dose of the vaccine, he added.
As per the new guidelines, which will come into effect from 1 October, theatres and multiplexes outside containment zones to open with 50 percent seating capacity from 15 October and will have to follow SOPs issued by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
The railway authorities along with municipal corporations are also planning to implement a staggered train timetable for local trains in the Mumbai metropolitan region
Bombay High Court asks Railways to make local trains more disabled-friendly, urges 'out of the box' thinking
The bench was hearing a public interest litigation filed by local NGO India Centre for Human Rights and Law for making the local trains and railway stations disabled-friendly
Mumbai Rain Updates: Intermittent spells of light to moderate rain in city for next few hours; toll in Ratnagiri dam breach rises to 9
Mumbai rains, trains and weather LIVE Updates: The toll in Ratnagiri district's Tiware dam, which was breached earlier on Wednesday, has risen to nine with twenty four people still missing. The search and rescue operation is underway.
Changed schedule of trains due to Mumbai rains: IRCTC releases list of rakes cancelled, rescheduled, terminated
Cancelled Train Today, 3 July: Here is a list of trains terminated, rescheduled and cancelled by Western and Central Railway due to heavy rains in Mumbai
Mumbai at 'serious risk of flooding' between 3-5 July, predicts Skymet; high tide expected at 12.35 pm today
After witnessing the heaviest spell of rain on a single July day in the past 45 years, Mumbai braces up to face another spell of heavy to very heavy rainfall on Wednesday. Indian Meteorological Department has warned of intermittent downpour between 3 and 5 July with close to 200 millimeters (or more) rain expected per day
Mumbai rains updates: Airport's main runway likely to be operational by Thursday; DGCA issues safety circular for airlines
Mumbai rains LIVE updates: The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued an air safety circular for airlines in wake of the monsoon season. Meanwhile, the main runway of the Mumbai airport is likely to remain closed for flight operations till Thursday as it will take more time to remove the SpiceJet plane that was stuck partially on the runway on Monday.
Eight people died every day on Mumbai’s railway tracks in 2017, down 20 percent from 10 deaths every day in 2013.
Rain subsides in Mumbai but waterlogging and train delays continue; more showers expected till Thursday
Even as rainfall had stopped in Mumbai on Wednesday morning, citizens were still reeling through the aftermath of Tuesday's deluge as many of the low-lying areas of the city were waterlogged.
Mumbai rail roko protest updates: Train services resume on Central Line as students call off agitation
Scores of agitated students demanding jobs in railways on Tuesday blocked rail traffic, including suburban services between Matunga and Dadar stations.
The body of twenty-year-old Pallavi Vikamsey was found on the railway tracks in Central Mumbai. Pallavi was the daughter of ICAI president Nilesh Vikamsey.
Elphinstone Road-Parel stampede leaves at least 22 people dead, exposes station's shoddy infrastructure
At least 22 people died in a stampede at Elphinstone Road railway station on Friday morning. The injured persons have been admitted to KEM hospital in Parel.
Mumbai commuters know that the railway locals are cheapest and quickest from point to point trips but they also do need the buses for trips to and from the railway stations from homes and offices.
Anushree Fadnavis talks about why she loves trains and how she photographs her subjects for her project 'Train Diaries'
With a little over 4,000 buses, BEST now carries around 28-30 lakh passengers daily, which is a far lower a figure than what it had in the past.
Media tends to celebrate the ‘resilience’ of the Mumbai residents. Every time a crisis occurs, they bear it with equanimity, and look to get on with their life.
Suresh Prabhu on Thursday announced a collaboration between the Centre and the Maharashtra government for several projects, including elevated corridors.
Amitabh Bachchan on a Mumbai local from CST to Bhandup. Yes, you read that right.