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July 03, 2020

Yangon-Okkan RBE train to reopen from 1 July

Suspended Yangon-Okkan RBE  railway will resume its services as from 1 July. PHOTP: Supplied
Suspended Yangon-Okkan RBE railway will resume its services as from 1 July. PHOTP: Supplied

The RBE up and down trains operating between Yangon and Okkan will resume their operations starting from 1 July as the same schedules before, according to Myanma Railways (MR).
The RBE down-66 train will leave Oakkan railway station at 6 am and arrive at Yangon railway station at 9:35 am.
The RBE up-65 train will leave Yangon Central Railway Station at 4:30 pm and arrive at Okkan railway station at 8:10 pm.
The ticket fare for the train is K600 per person from Yangon to Okkan as usual, according to MR.
Before the coronavirus period, the Yangon-Okkan RBE train carried about 1,000 passengers daily. With the resuming of the Yangon-Okkan RBE train, the schedule of the circular train (B-3/4) and Yangon-Insein (Q-2) train has changed their timetables a little bit. The detailed schedule of the train will be announced at the relevant railway stations, according to MR. (Translated by Hay Mar)

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