Mumbai Trains,Mumbai Local Transport

Due to the good network system of transportation in Mumbai, traveling is quite easier in this pulsating metropolis. To travel in Mumbai, the public transport system is the best option. Taxis, local trains and auto rickshaws are the most accessible Mumbai local transport. You will find several auto rickshaws plying from Vashi to New Mumbai, Dahisar to Church gate, Bandra to Borivalli and Sion to Mulund. The fare for auto rickshaws comes around to Rs. 7. 50.

One of the most popular Mumbai local transports is the taxis. Both the taxis and autos have meter which records the charge for every kilometer. The cost card facilities are also available to the Mumbai passengers. Even now, some metered taxis follow the old fare chart so the passengers have to pay the fare according to the conversion cards. If you any kind of complain against the taxi driver you may lodge it at the nearest police depot.

The cheapest way to travel within Mumbai is to board a local train of the city. It is the most economic Mumbai local transport available to the public. The local trains are the best and economic way of transportation in Mumbai. The Mumbai local trains have special coaches for women and men. The local trains ply from

  • Mumbai V.T. to Andheri and back
  • Mumbai V.T to Vashi/Panvel and back
  • Churchgate to Borivali/Virar and back
  • Mumbai V.T. to Karjat/Kasara and back
The buses of Mumbai run by “Best” (a body under Mumbai Metropolitan Corporation) is one of the best modes of local transport in Mumbai. These buses are ideal for traveling short distances offering low fares to the passengers.

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Last Updated on 23 March 2011



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