MR extends running of passenger and cargo trains

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Passengers take a seat aboard carriage of train being run by Myanma Railways as usual.

Myanma Railways (MR) runs the rail services as usual according to the health rules of the Ministry of Health and Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).
The MR extended the regular routes starting the reopening of departmental offices and factories/industries after the third wave of COVID-19 to facilitate the transport system and logistics sector.
It operated 50 trains — two express trains and two mail trains on Yangon-Mandalay railway, two express trains on Nay Pyi Taw-Yangon and Yangon-Mawlamyine routes, two mail trains on Yangon-Pyay and Thazi-Shwenyaung routes, two passenger and cargo trains on Yangon-Bago, Thazi-Myingyan, Bagan-Mandalay, Pyinmana-Taungdwingyi, Mawlamyine-Ye and Pathein-Kyangin routes, two RBE trains on Insein-Okkan and Pakokku-Kyunchaung routes and 22 RBEs for Yangon circular as of 4 December.
Moreover, it also operates mail train service for a round trip of Mandalay-PyinOoLwin-Gokteik route such as from Mandalay to PyinOoLwin every Monday, from PyinOoLwin to Gokteik, and from Gokteik to PyinOoLwin every Tuesday and from PyinOoLwin to Mandalay every Wednesday.
MR currently runs the passenger trains and cargo trains, and will extend the train routes depending on the increasing numbers of passengers and cargos.—MNA

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