Gwalior by Road



The roadways of Gwalior constitute one of the most important segments of Gwalior transportation. Gwalior is well connected to many other significant parts of the country of India by its roadways. This city, being one of the important historical places of India, is visited by many people from across the country. Many of these people travel to Gwalior by road.

Some bus services are operated by the city on a regular basis for the convenience of the people who travel to this part of Madhya Pradesh regularly.

These buses offer good-quality services and take care of the safety and convenience of the passengers. Some of the places that are well connected with the city of Gwalior by these bus services are Mathura, Agra, Jaipur, Khajuraho, Delhi, Bhopal and Lucknow.

Other than the buses, one can also avail taxis and auto-rickshaws for communicating. The cheapest means of communication on the road of Gwalior is the auto-rickshaw. The auto-rickshaws available here can hold a maximum of six people at a time. Some mini-buses are also available in the city, which help the travelers to reach their destination safely.

The roads of Gwalior link up the city with other significant places of the state of Madhya Pradesh and the neighboring areas. Some important road distances for Gwalior are: Agra - 118 km, Delhi - 321 km, Jaipur and Mathura - 350 km, Chanderi - 239 km, Bhopal and Lucknow - 423 km, Jhansi - 101 km, Indore - 486 km, Ujjain - 455 km, Khajuraho - 275 km and Shivpuri - 114 km.



Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012

     


     

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