When the night train lanes are open, you can now go to night train stops from the Moynihan Train Hall in Mumbai

The night train line in Mumbai is open now and the Moynaigheh Train Hall has been converted into a night train stop.

The first night train to be run from Moynihun train hall, where a few train services were discontinued in January 2017, was closed for safety reasons on the night of April 12, 2019.

But the night trains can still be used as a night stop, said a spokesman of the Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation, Suresh Sharma.

It is a standard practice to run night trains from train hall to the Moynbheh train hall on the same day, Sharma said.

The train line was converted into night train service on January 10, 2019, with the night stops being used by both the trains, said Sharma.

However, the train lines were re-opened only on March 23, 2019 after the state government extended the hours of the night services by another 30 minutes.

The night train is available on two days a week from 10 pm to 7 am, and can be accessed by Metro Metro passengers and Metro coaches.