Public Transport in Mumbai City

Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) has a fleet of Non AC single and double decker buses.
Mumbai also has Airconditioned Buses which make the journey throgh the city more pleasant considering the hot and humid climate of Mumbai.

The Mumbai Suburban Railway is the oldest in Asia, founded in 1867. It is owned by Indian Railways and operated by its Western Railways and Central Railways divisions. With a length of 430 km, it has highest passenger density in the world, 6.3 million people daily, which is more than half of daily capacity of Indian Railways.[citation needed] It has four radial lines
1. Western Railway running between Churchgate and Virar.
2. Central Railway running between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Bombay V.T.) and Karjat.
3. Harbour Line running between Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (Bombay V.T.) and Mankhurd.
4. A new railway line running between Shivaji Terminus (Bombay V.T.) and New Mumbai.

The Mumbai Metro started from 8 June 2014.
Stations: Versova, D.N. Nagar, Azad Nagar, Andheri, Western Express Highway (WEH), Chakala, Airport Road, Marol Naka, Saki Naka, Asalpha, Jagruti Nagar, Ghatkopar

Black and Yellow metered taxis.
Cool Cabs: Blue Airconditioned metered taxis.
There is an option of calling private taxi services like Uber, Tab Cab, Meru Cab, Ola Cabs etc.

You can have an auto rickshaw ride to your destination. These auto rickshaws can be seen in suburbs of Mumbai. Comparatively cheaper than taxis, these can also be considered as an option to commute in Mumbai..


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