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Diva Junction
Indian Railways and Mumbai Suburban Railway station
General information
LocationSadguru Nagar, Diva, Thane district, Maharashtra
Coordinates19°11′20″N 73°02′36″E / 19.188993°N 73.043268°E / 19.188993; 73.043268
Elevation6.760 metres (22.18 ft)
Owned byIndian Railways
Line(s)Central Line
Tracks13 (Quadruple Electric-Line)
Bicycle facilitiesNo
Other information
Station codeDIVA
Fare zoneCentral Railway
2016–1795,691[1] (daily)
Preceding station Mumbai Suburban Railway Following station
Mumbra Central line Kopar
towards Kasara or Khopoli
towards Vasai Road
Vasai Road–Roha line Dativali
towards Roha
Diva Junction is located in Mumbai
Diva Junction
Diva Junction
Location within Mumbai

Diva Junction railway station is a junction between Mumbra and Kopar that is situated in Maharashtra state, in India. It was opened in 1877.[2]

This is a major junction in the Central Railway of Mumbai. One end of the Asia's one time third largest Parsik tunnel (1.3 km) built during the British Rule (1916) in India ends at Diva. The east part of Diva station is Sabe and west is Diva. It provides access to north, Western Railway and towards Panvel, Roha and further towards Konkan Railway and south, and also to Alibaug and JNPT, via Vasai Road–Roha line.

From 18 December 2016 fast local trains halt at Diva. Few passenger trains towards Konkan Railway also halt at Diva Junction.

Diva Junction railway station – Platformboard


  1. ^ "It's not getting any better! Despite metro and monorail, Mumbai local trains getting more overcrowded". mid-day. 11 April 2017. Retrieved 13 April 2017.
  2. ^ "Historical milestone". Central Railway. Archived from the original on 3 December 2013. Retrieved 9 October 2014.