Mumbai: CSMT Gets New Platform Signages For Better Visibility

Mumbai: CSMT Gets New Platform Signages For Better Visibility

The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) has received new and bigger platform number signages for better visibility at the station. The signages were inaugurated on Sunday by the General Manager of Central Railway, Sanjeev Mittal. 

These signages are now visible across the station and have bigger fonts showing the platform number along with directions and positions of other platforms within the station. 

These signages are particularly useful during peak hours and will allow commuters to identify the right platform in a timely manner.

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The new signages at CSMT can be located at entry points of suburban and main station concourse regions from platforms 1 to 18. 

Following the inauguration of the signages, Mittal also reviewed the progress of heritage restoration works at Byculla Station being conducted in partnership with the NGO, I Love Mumbai. He also inspected the newly installed escalator and the foot-over-bridge (FoB) at Byculla Station.

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CSMT is one of the busiest stations in the city with a footfall of 4.5 lakh commuters prior to COVID-19 as per an official. 

“The GM also inspected heritage lane, environment and hospitality management stall, IRSDC stall, electric charging station, escalators, baggage sanitiser machine, executive lounge, railway protection force office, CSMT yard remodelling display and also inaugurated Road Accidental Relief Train at CSMT station,” Chief spokesperson for Central Railway, Shivaji Sutar said. 

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