Mumbai: A number of components of Mumbai have been waterlogged on Thursday morning because the heavy rainfall continued in a single day within the metropolis.
With this, Railways halted Mumbai native prepare service between Umbermali and Kasara.
Chief Public Relation Officers (CPRO), Central Railway knowledgeable that resulting from waterlogging on tracks owing to heavy rains, Mumbai native prepare service between Umbermali railway station and Kasara was halted.
It said that the prepare service between Igatpuria and Khardi was briefly stopped resulting from waterlogging.
Heavy rains in Mumbai additionally led to site visitors snarls. Waterlogging was reported in Malad-Jogeshwari, Japanese Freeway and Vile Parle-Bandra belt, inflicting site visitors.
The Bhandup-Mulund belt on the Japanese Categorical Freeway noticed congestion resulting from waterlogging and potholes.
The heavy downpour additionally triggered waterlogging in Nashik’s Trimbakeshwar space.
Earlier on Wednesday, the India Meteorological Division (IMD) had predicted intense to very intense rain in Mumbai, Palghar, Thane, and Raigad districts.
Navi Mumbai and Thane have been placed on Orange alert, whereas Mumbai is on Yellow alert.