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Travel Horizon India - Indian Transportation

Although roads in Indian subcontinent are not suave like as in Europe and America but Indian roadways covers almost the entire landscape. It covers the remotest hilly areas, villages and also largest national highways connecting the major cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, link number of other important towns and commercial hubs. At present there are 259 National Highways on the basis of their route numbers. Roads are not the convenient way of transportation of India, still it is most inexpensive way to travel to large number of places where no other means are available. Indian roadways is a thread which binds the whole nation. We also provide information about indian roadways transportation, indian railways transportation, road transport in india, rail transport in india. The roads cut through the forests, wade through the waters , roadside sceneries are enthralling one. There are many facilities for the tourists run by state government as well as central government. In addition to private cars and hired taxis, every state has their own inter and intra city transportation. This includes air-condition coaches , deluxe buses , tourist buses etc. 

Indian railways is the largest railway system in the world under a single management. Indian Railways has been categorized region wise into Northern Railways, Eastern Railways, Southern Railways, Western Railways and so on. The total distance covered by the about 14,300 trains on the Indian Railways everyday, equals three & half times the distance to moon! Indian railways is the biggest employment generation hub, employ about 1.55 million people. Some of the comfortable express trains are the Rajdhanis and the Shatabdis, which run between major cities. In the most of trains meals are included in the fare. Rail journey is a fascinating , one can witness the country landscape at its best from rail. There are also option to explore the country in one of the luxuriant trains in the world. Journey on the Palace of Wheels and the Royal Orient can be memorable for ever. Another unusual feature of the Indian railways is the toy trains. These are small trains running on narrow gauge tracks in hilly areas. Toy train services provide access to Darjeeling in the East, Shimla in the North and Matheran near Mumbai, in the Western Ghats. Metro railways are also popular in cities like Kolkata and Delhi. Kolkata Metro is the 1st and only underground railway system in India. Krishna Vilas,Station Road

The regular trains usually have the following classes of accommodation :
1st Class (Air-conditioned)
» 2nd Tier Sleeper (Air-conditioned)
» 3rd Tier Sleeper (Air-conditioned)
» Executive Chair Car (Air-conditioned)
» Chair Car (Air-conditioned)
» 3rdTier Sleeper Class
» Ordinary Class

Indian Airlines along with many private flights offers some excellent services within and outside India. There are over 30 major airports in India, along with smaller terminals. Most of the remotest areas in India is well connected with airways such as Leh, Imphal etc.

International Airports
 Indira Gandhi International Airport- New Delhi
» Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport - Kolkata
» Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport - Mumbai
Chennai International Airport - Chennai
» Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport - Ahmedabad
» Bangalore International Airport - Karnataka, Bangalore
» Calicut International Airport - Kerala
» Cochin Airport - Kerala, Cochin
» Goa Airport - Goa
» Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi Airport - Guwahati , Assam
» Hyderabad Airport
» Jaipur Airport or Sanganer Airport - Jaipur, Rajasthan
» Nagpur Airport - Nagpur, Maharastra


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