Rajkot Transportation

The wide network of Rajkot transportation significantly serves the bustling city. Rajkot is connected to all major cities of India by road ways, rail ways and air ways.
Thriving as an important city itself, various routes pass through and link Rajkot to the rest of the country. Being a business hub of Gujarat, Rajkot is frequented by a huge number of people everyday and the transportation of Rajkot largely serves them.

Apart from the National Highways and the State Highways, an extensive mesh-work of roads join each and every corner of Rajkot to interstate destinations and far beyond. Regular buses, cars, trucks and other means of transport ply through these well maintained roads to connect with other regions. Commuters can also hire cabs as means of transport in Rajkot.

Rajkot is also served by various airlines that connect the commercially important city of Mumbai and Kandla Port. The frequent flights are reliable and largely used, especially, by the business travelers.

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Last Updated on 07/06/2013



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