Road traffic on Old Yamuna Bridge remains affected
The river was flowing at 206.04 metres this noon with the danger mark being 204.83 metres, officials said, adding the water level is expected to rise further.
Two passenger trains were cancelled while 19 trains short terminated and 17 diverted, it said.
Old Yamuna Bridge, colloquially known as 'Lohe Ka Pul', is a road-cum-rail bridge on the Delhi-Howrah line that was built over 150 years ago. It serves as a major connectivity link between Delhi and the neighbouring states.
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