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Vasai to Bijapur Trains

Vasai to Bijapur Trains

Vasai to Bijapur Train Schedule
Train Departure Arrival Duration

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Train Name & No
CSMT 21:20 C Shivaji Mah T Railway Station
10h 15m

Frequently Asked Questions

How many trains are there between Vasai to Bijapur?
Total 2 trains are running between Vasai and Bijapur railway station. Some major trains that run from Vasai to Bijapur are CSMT GADAG EXP, BME YPR AC EXP.
When does the first Vasai to Bijapur train leaves?
The first train from Vasai to Bijapur is CSMT GADAG EXP departure at 21:20 from C Shivaji Mah T Railway Station(CSMT).
Which is the last train to Bijapur from Vasai?
BME YPR AC EXP is the last train between Vasai to Bijapur departure at 21:45 from Vasai Road Railway Station(BSR).
Which train is the fastest train on Vasai to Bijapur route?
Fastest train between Vasai to Bijapur is CSMT GADAG EXP took 10h 15m to reach the destination.
From which station in Vasai we can pick trains to Bijapur?
Pickups point to catch the trains in Vasai is Vasai Road Railway Station(BSR).
What are the deboarding stations in Bijapur for Vasai Bijapur trains?
Stations where train deboard in Bijapur are the Bijapur Railway Station(BJP), Ibrahimpur Railway Station(IMR)

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Weather in Bijapur

SUN JUN 10 2018

27.91ºC  21.36ºC

Breezy and humid throughout the day.

0.2184% chance of precipitation

MON JUN 11 2018

29.51ºC  21.92ºC

Breezy and overcast throughout the day.

0.0305% chance of precipitation

TUE JUN 12 2018

30.67ºC  22.5ºC

Breezy and mostly cloudy throughout the day.

0.0254% chance of precipitation

WED JUN 13 2018

32.59ºC  22.55ºC

Breezy and mostly cloudy throughout the day.

0.0051% chance of precipitation

THU JUN 14 2018

33.02ºC  22.98ºC

Overcast throughout the day and breezy starting in the afternoon.

0% chance of precipitation

FRI JUN 15 2018

33.17ºC  22.86ºC

Partly cloudy throughout the day and breezy starting in the afternoon.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

SAT JUN 16 2018

33.15ºC  22.52ºC

Mostly cloudy throughout the day and breezy starting in the afternoon.

0.0076% chance of precipitation

SUN JUN 17 2018

31.78ºC  22.53ºC

Breezy and mostly cloudy throughout the day.

0.0203% chance of precipitation

MON JUN 18 2018

30.93ºC  21.81ºC

Breezy and partly cloudy throughout the day.

0.0279% chance of precipitation

TUE JUN 19 2018

29.89ºC  21.87ºC

Rain until afternoon.

0.3835% chance of precipitation

WED JUN 20 2018

30.82ºC  22.16ºC

Rain starting in the evening.

0.7976% chance of precipitation

THU JUN 21 2018

29.34ºC  23.14ºC

Rain starting in the afternoon and breezy overnight.

1.4656% chance of precipitation

FRI JUN 22 2018

28.33ºC  22.22ºC

Heavy rain in the morning and evening and breezy in the morning.

3.0226% chance of precipitation

SAT JUN 23 2018

25.87ºC  22.47ºC

Overcast throughout the day.

1.3056% chance of precipitation

SUN JUN 24 2018

27.31ºC  21.11ºC

Light rain in the evening and breezy starting in the evening.

0.315% chance of precipitation

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