Transporters in Gurgaon


The city of Gurgaon and its district is situated in the southern region of Haryana and shares its borders with Delhi and Rajasthan. The city has a good transportation services, despite some downsides.

It is well linked with major neighboring cities like Delhi, Faridabad, Noida, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Rohtak, Agra and Jaipur. This is among the primary reasons behind the increase of national and international investment in the area.

Gurgaon can be easily accessible by air, as the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi is located just within 20 km from the city. Gurgaon has its own railway station which is the one of the oldest railway stations in India. It is located just around 3 km from the old Gurgaon City. From here one can hire a taxi or auto rickshaws; Haryana Roadways buses are also available at the station.

The Road infrastructure in this city is coming up gradually. The Toll road and the Delhi-Gurgaon Express way are well maintained. Apart from that some key roads in Gurgaon lack proper maintenance, but road are progressively being repaired and sustained for proper vehicular movement.

The Delhi Metro Rail Service has also been extended to Gurgaon, connecting the city with south Delhi. The Qutub Minar-Huda City Centre corridor takes about 20 minutes to cover and the fare is Rs.18. The metro service has greatly improved transportation in Gurgaon, as thousands of commuters have started using this facility daily.

Gurgaon Transport Department

Buses are the major means of public transportation in Gurgaon. The Gurgaon depot has around two hundred buses which carry about eight lakh passengers daily. The Haryana roadways operate within Haryana and covers interstate routes as well. The Transport department has also proposed to construct three new bus stands in Gurgaon at Rajeev Chowk, Sector 29 and Puchgaon.



Last Updated on 16/04/2013

     


     

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