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Delhi Transport Networks


Delhi, the capital city of India is known for its efficient road connectivity. You can reach Delhi from any part of the city by the common means of conveyance. That would be the road, rail, and flights. Let us have a look at the Delhi transport networks that are available.

Delhi Railway Connectivity


The city remains connected with the rest of the country via the Indian Railways vast network. The New Delhi Railway station known as the one of the busiest stations in entire Indian Railway. It also serves the Northern Railways. The railways take responsibility for the greater share of inter-state transport networks.

The most important railway station of the city includes the following:-

  • New Delhi Railway Station
  • Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station
  • Old Delhi Railway Station


There are also few local trains that connect Delhi to the sub-urban areas. It thereby provides a mode of regular and convenient travel for all daily passengers. These railways also tend to share a huge amount of freight traffic in the city.


Delhi Bus Transport Networks


If you have shifted to Delhi and would be using bus as your mode of conveyance you would face no difficulty. The bus services thus are stretched to all the northern states as well as the neighboring areas in and around Delhi. It’s the State Transport Corporation that provides for these transport services. The inter-state terminals in Delhi are listed as follows:-

  • Sarai Kale Khan ISBT in South-East Delhi
  • Anand Vihar ISBT in Trans-Yamuna area
  • Kashmiri Gate ISBT in Northern Delhi


Delhi Highway


Highways are very common in Delhi. It has got the maximum road density in the entire country. It is also well collected to rest part of whole India known as NH1, NH2, NH 10, NH S, and a NH.

Delhi Airport Transport


The Indira Gandhi International Airport is the one point platform that supports both international as well as national flights. The airport is located in the southwest part of Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway.

There are two terminals. The Terminal 1 is marked for domestic purposes where as Terminal 2 is for the international airways.


Delhi Highway


There are many transport infrastructure projects underway in Delhi. Most had their deadlines set in late 2009 and early 2010, exactly before the 2010 Commonwealth Games. So all of them are in the progression list of the transport network systems.

Delhi Traffic Police Helpline


This is one of the crucial numbers that you must keep with yourself. It is due to the increased complaints from the consumers that the Delhi Traffic Police in association with the Delhi Government has got a transport helpline number. You can use the number for help when you are within the city. The number is 011-231010101.

All the citizens have the option of making any traffic complaints or suggestions via this telephone line. People can also report any sort of traffic violations that they have seen or heard about. You can also report any kind of misconduct by any taxis, auto rickshaws, and buses.

Delhi Transport Network is thus a varied and integrated system that helps people commute better.