• 4 Best Ways to Commute in Mumbai: Explore it!

    Moving and exploring around Mumbai requires an ample amount of planning and knowledge of the local urban infrastructure. Whilst many neighbourhoods tend to be friendly with pedestrian lifestyle, yet to travel efficiently surrounding the city you will need to use public transport. Fret not! As the city called, Mumbai has abundance of transport selections ranged for every budget ensuring level of comfort too.

    By Bus: Mumbai consists of a broad network of local buses considered as the best mode of travel, since they are run by the state government and the red non AC double decker buses are cheaper as compared to the other AC ones. If you like little comfort, opt for the AC buses! With many bus stops, the bus system is a good option to go over the city. If you wish to get an elevated view of the city, travel in the double decker local buses. Booking online bus tickets to travel from Mumbai to any desired destinations like Goa or Pune is fulfilled by https://www.redbus.in/buses/mumbai-bus-tickets.aspx, this online portal helps to save time and energy. Thus, bus routes are not harder to fathom.

    By Local Train: Travelling in trains is one of the oldest system in India, the trains in Mumbai network has over 120 stops and 3 primary service lines. The Western Line, Central Line and Harbour Line. The Western Line starts from Churchgate and expands northwards parallel to the western coast of the city. The Harbour Line starts from the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) and stretches into Navi Mumbai. The Central Line, which operate trains from both Churchgate and CST, as it covers the northern, among other suburbs, of Mumbai.

    By Black and Yellow Taxis: If you are a comfort seeker at all time, just opt for these black and yellow taxis to tour around the city of Mumbai. Metered Taxis are slightly priced, but it’s convenient to move across the city.

    By Auto Rickshaw: This two-wheeler cabin cycle is very popular for short rides among a group of 3 people with less luggage. It is economical mode of public transport compared to Taxis. Autos are mostly spotted in western Suburbs of Mumbai.

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