Heavy rains lashed components of Mumbai and its suburbs for a number of hours late night time and early this morning, resulting in flooded roads and a few delays to native trains. Waterlogging was reported from a number of locations, together with Gandhi Market space, Hindmata junction and Dahisar subway.
Waterlogging was additionally reported from the Sion, Bandra, Andheri and Santacruz areas of Mumbai. Visuals from information company ANI confirmed waterlogged tracks at Sion Railway Station, the place a whole bunch of passengers are sheltered in platforms – an unwelcome sight through the pandemic.
#WATCH | Mumbai: Daily commuters’ motion affected as railway observe waterlogged in Sion following heavy rainfall.
Regional Meteorological Centre, Mumbai predicts “gentle to reasonable rain in metropolis & suburbs with risk of heavy rainfall at remoted locations” for subsequent 24 hours pic.twitter.com/s6qq03tuIr
— ANI (@ANI) July 16, 2021
Mumbai metropolis acquired 64.45 mm of rainfall in a 24-hour interval ending at 8:30 am. The jap suburbs recorded 120.67 mm and the western suburbs 127.16 mm.
A excessive tide of 4.08 meters will happen at 4:26 pm, the town’s civic physique has stated. A low tide of 1.43 meters will happen at 10.37 pm, the civic physique added.
— ANI (@ANI) July 16, 2021
In one of many extra dramatic sights, a truck carrying 20 tons of tomatoes overturned on the Eastern Express Highway. Visuals of the clean-up operation confirmed a mountain of vivid pink tomatoes piled up towards the facet of a flyover, as a JCB earth-mover tries to collect up the spilled produce.
At 9.30 am Central Railways put out an replace that stated trains on the principle line (CSMT to Kalyan/Karjat, Kasara) and the harbor line (CSMT to Panvel/Goregaon) are 20-25 minutes late.
“Due to heavy rains and waterlogging on sluggish strains close to Kurla-Vidyavihar, native trains are working 20-25 minutes late,” Shivaji Sutar, the chief PR officer, was quoted by information company PTI.
Central Railway Monsoon Updates at 09.30 hrs on 16.7.2021 pic.twitter.com/thFmkMElVX
— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) July 16, 2021
Services on the trans-harbour line (Thane to Vashi/Panvel) and 4th hall (Belapur/Nerul-Khatkopar line) are working on schedule.
Central Railway runs suburban providers on 4 separate corridors within the Mumbai metropolitan area. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, it used to function over 1,700 providers and carry over 40 lakh passengers each day.
Western Railway stated that regardless of the heavy rain its suburban providers are working usually between Churchgate and Dahanu Road, with solely minor delays attributable to low visibility in some areas.
Local practice providers are at the moment working just for personnel engaged in well being and different important providers, and are out of bounds for common commuters in view of the pandemic.
The metropolis’s public bus providers – BEST – has additionally needed to divert or droop a few of its routes; as many as 87 providers have been re-routed and canceled as of 9 am, in keeping with a tweet.
Bus route kahi bhagat pani sachlya mule bus route has come to be fragmented/dismantled.
Due to heavy rains water logging in low mendacity areas,Bus have been curtailed/diverted . Status at 9.00 hrs #mumbairains#bestupdatespic.twitter.com/vPl9zTUmui
— BEST Bus Transport (@myBESTBus) July 16, 2021
Earlier the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted reasonable to heavy rainfall within the metropolis and its suburbs, with the opportunity of very heavy rainfall over remoted locations as we speak.
With enter from ANI, PTI