Infrastructure of Haridwar





The infrastructure of Haridwar, a pilgrimage site of north India, is fairly well developed. The city is at the focal point of the nation's religious tourism and is endowed with a sound base that facilitates industrial development as well as a flourishing tourism industry.

The city houses some leading financial institutions that include the following:

  • Bank of Baroda
  • Canara Bank
  • Central Bank of India
  • Punjab National Bank
  • State Bank of India

    Haridwar boasts of an excellent transport and communication network. The Jolly Grant airport, sited in Dehra Dun, as well as a well developed railway network links the city with the rest of the country. The city has a network of well developed arterial roads that link Haridwar with the rest of Uttaranchal and India's capital city, New Delhi. The National Highway No. 45 also passes through the city. The top end road network also facilitates the movement of several buses, taxis and auto rickshaws, which ply through the city. Several car rental agencies provide private transport that takes tourists across the city.

    For further infrastructure on information on Haridwar, navigate to any of the following links:



    Bank of Baroda   Greenply Industries




    Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012

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