The recent phase of COVID-19 lockdown in India has come with the easing of travel restrictions. By Air: Passengers travelling to Maharashtra from Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujrat, and Goa, need to carry an RT-PCR negative test report. TOI quoted a CR official as saying, “The unlock guidelines issued by the state government have permitted inter-district travel. The Maharashtra government has also introduced guidelines for train passengers coming to the state from Delhi, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Goa. PTI, Mumbai, Sep 30 2020, 20:45 ist; ... the latest guidelines said. While restrictions have not been eased for local trains, frequency of special long-distance trains, which are currently being plied, also remains unchanged, the official said. The state government has requested the railways to allow teachers and school staff to travel by local trains. Maharashtra minister Jitendra Ahwad said that the Mumbai suburban train service is the life line of the Mumbai. Maharashtra has also issued fresh guidelines with more relaxation on intrastate and interstate travel. Maharashtra, the state worst-hit by Covid but now recovering, issued detailed guidelines this evening to put a check on incoming people from these states and prevent a relapse. The government of Maharashtra has announced a new set of guidelines, for travelling to Maharashtra, after unlock 4.0. The test will have to be conducted within 96 hours of the scheduled arrival in Maharashtra. The Delhi government on Tuesday issued a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the screening of passengers arriving to the city from outside in special trains. 2) No e-passes required for inter-district travel. Hence, we have allowed train travel and booking of tickets for destinations within Maharashtra from September 2.” On the other hand, if the passenger wants to travel from Thiruvananthapuram to Mumbai, Nethravathi special train is available and he/she can proceed to book the ticket on the website as usual. Thousands of commuters in Mumbai and suburban areas could get a major relief as the Maharashtra government has said that the local train services may … For trains originating from or stopping at any stations in Goa, Gujarat, Rajasthan or Delhi, a Covid-19 report will be needed while alighting in Maharashtra. However, Maharashtra has now put together a new set of guidelines, which mandate that anyone travelling into Maharashtra from Delhi, Goa, Gujarat and Rajasthan needs to be evaluated for CoVid-19 before arrival inside the state. Click here to download the customer support guide for state-wise regulations updated as of 28 th December, 2020. Maharashtra: Most commuters not allowed on suburban trains, ticketless travel on the rise In January, the Central Railways has booked 1,500 cases of ticketless commute every day. For example, if the passenger wants to travel from Bengaluru to Chennai, the IRCTC website will show that the trains have been suspended. The new Maharashtra Government guidelines for inter-state travel goes into effect from November 25, 2020. Guidelines for domestic travel (air/train/inter-state bus travel) 1) Dos and Don'ts shall be provided along with tickets to the travellers by the agencies concerned. Covid-19 Alert Maharashtra government allows women to travel in Mumbai local trains from tomorrow Women will now be allowed to access train services between 11 am and 3 … Last updated: 23 rd Nov 2020 (We have updated the latest changes to State Government Advisory for travel to Maharashtra below. Goa The government of Maharashtra on Monday issue new travel guidelines for the travellers entering the state from Delhi, Goa, Gujarat & Rajasthan via air, road, or train. As per the guidelines all passengers from Delhi, Goa, Gujarat & Rajasthan are now required to show COVID-19 negative prior to their travel to the state. Inter-district travel will now be permitted on special long distance trains as per the Maharashtra government's latest set of guidelines for the COVID-19 "unlock" phase, a railway official said on Tuesday. A new set of guidelines for all passengers travelling from Delhi-NCR, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Goa, arriving in Maharashtra, has led many to alter their travel plans. The Maharashtra government on Thursday issued a fresh circular for passengers arriving from Europe, South Africa and the Middle-East. For specific information with respect to your booking, please contact your respective airline.) MUMBAI: Inter-state travel by road, air and trains from Maharashtra will remain prohibited in the latest phase of the lockdown until June 30 with exceptions being made for migrant workers, stranded people and 'Shramik' special trains, as per the latest guidelines issued on Sunday. India resumes its domestic flight operations from Monday. Hundreds of flyers and train passengers have experienced on Wednesday as they were not aware of mandatory Covid-19 testing guidelines enforced by the Maharashtra government, according to … The Maharashtra state government has announced new guidelines and imposed restrictions for travellers entering the state from Delhi-NCR, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Goa via air, train, or road. As per MHA guidelines all passengers shall be compulsorily screened and only asymptomatic passengers shall be allowed to enter/board the train. Before you travel, make sure to read and understand the complete guidelines of the city/state you are travelling to and comply with the same so as to ease your travel plans. (Representational) Coronavirus (): With India resuming its domestic flight operations from Monday and its passenger train operations from June 1 after a gap of two months due to coronavirus lockdown, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) on Sunday issued guidelines for domestic travel (air/train/inter-state bus travel). Guidelines for air-travel in Maharashtra The state government issued a set of guidelines for both the airlines and air-travellers by saying. On the other hand, if the passenger wants to travel from Thiruvananthapuram to Mumbai, Nethravathi special train is available and he/she can proceed to book the ticket on the website as usual. Maharashtra . Here's what's allowed and what's not in Mumbai and other parts of Maharashtra under the latest guidelines released by the state government on Wednesday. The state of Maharashtra has released new travel guidelines for Unlock 4.0. Reportedly, all those entering from the aforementioned four states will have to undergo RT PCR test before boarding any flight to Maharashtra. Lockdown in Maharashtra: Hotels to reopen, train travel within state to resume. Train Travel • Passengers travelling to Maharashtra by trains originating or having halt or stop in states of Goa, Delhi, Rajasthan or Gujarat shall carry with them Covid-19 negative RT-PCR test report before entering the Maharashtra border. 2) All passengers shall be advised to download Arogya Setu app on their mobile devices. Guidelines for passengers arriving by Railways: All passengers who arrive into Maharashtra with either origin or halts/stoppages at stations in the national capital region of Delhi, and/or the states of Rajasthan, Goa, Gujarat should carry RT-PCR negative test report with them before they enter Maharashtra. Following are the safety guidelines and protocols issued in the state of Maharashtra for Unlock 4.0: 1) Hotels can reopen with 100 capacity. “Only those domestic flights which are purely necessary - like international transfer passengers from cities, medical emergencies and students - … The Maharashtra government has announced guidelines for 'Unlock 5.0' which provided relaxations in Covid-19 restrictions while it has also extended the lockdown till October 31. If during screening a passenger has very high temperature/symptoms of Covid-19 etc., he shall not be allowed to travel despite having confirmed tickets. 3) Metro train services also not to resume for now. The train services in the state have been shut since March 23 as part of the nationwide lockdown. Fearing a resurgence in COVID-19 cases, India's worst-affected state Maharashtra has made RT-PCR test mandatory for people entering by air, train or by road from Delhi, Goa, Gujarat and Rajasthan. The test must be conducted within 72 hours of travel. However, all protocols regarding norms during the pandemic have to be followed.