Transportation in Surat



Transportation in Surat helps the residents to travel to all parts of the city. This city in the recent years has developed to become an important industrial center in Gujarat. Thus communication system has also developed along with the infrastructure of the city. The commuters access the different modes of transport available in the city.

Buses form an important part of Surat transportation. The daily commuters in Surat avail the bus services provided by the government of Gujarat. Some of the buses ply within the city limits. There are other bus services that are operated from Surat to other parts of the state of Gujarat. Gujarat State Transport Corporation provides with bus services that commute from Surat to the other nearby states of Gujarat. Gujarat State Transport Corporation runs about 9000 buses in the state of Gujarat.

The other popular mode of transport services in Surat is taxi. The taxi services can be availed from the taxi stands set up in the busiest part of the city of Surat. Taxis can be hired to travel from one part of the city to another. Tourists taking accommodation in the hotels of Surat can hire taxis to visit the sightseeing places in and around the city.

The most preferred mode of transportation in Surat is the auto-rickshaw. Auto-rickshaws can be hired to maneuver in the city from one place to another. To the residents of the city, this is the most convenient and easily available mode of transport.



Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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