Jamshedpur Transportation

Jamshedpur transportation facilitates tourists and visitors to reach the city safely and conveniently. The intra city transportation system in Jamshedpur is quite efficient and adequate to enable the visitors and the residents of the city to move around conveniently.

Jamshedpur has a very good intra-city bus network. The main bus stand has buses that ply through the city and neighboring towns. Another favorite means of transportation are the minibuses. Cheap and efficient, a large number of people in Jamshedpur avail this transportation system. The auto-rickshaws are another popular vehicle to move around Jamshedpur. For short distance rides, one can avail the cheap cycle rickshaws.

Jamshedpur is excellently connected with major East Indian cities via road. The National Highway Number 33 passes by the city. Distance of Jamshedpur from some of these cities is:
  • From Kolkata: 270 km by Road
  • From Ranchi: 130 km by Road
  • From Patna: 480 km by Road
The Tata Nagar Railway Station has many passenger and express trains that connect the city with the rest of the country. Some of these regular trains are:
  • Howrah-Barbil-Howrah Shatabdi Expres
  • Tata-Dhanbad Subernrekha Express
  • Durg Bilaspur Tata-Danapur Link Express
  • Chakradharpur-Tata Passenger

Last Updated on 02/07/2013



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