Yamuna Bridge temporarily closes for rail traffic after river crosses danger mark
New Delhi: The Northern Railway (NR) on Monday said the old Yamuna rail bridge has been closed for train traffic since midnight as a precautionary measure after the river crossed the danger mark. “At 12.20 am, the old Yamuna Bridge (Loha Pul) temporary closed for rail traffic as the water level has reached at 205.53 metre mark,” an NR official told IANS. On Sunday evening, the order for closing the bridge was issued by the Delhi Police at 8.25 pm. (Express photo by Praveen Khanna) NR spokesperson Nitin Chowdhury also said 27 passenger trains have been cancelled, 14 express trains diverted and also three have been short terminated, among a few others. On Sunday evening, the order for closing the bridge was issued by the Delhi Police at 8.25 pm after the water level reached 205.52 metres.