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Transport in Nashik

Bus Services in Nashik

Road Transport in Nashik

Nashik is serving as an intersection between two National Highways: Nashik–Pune Highway NH-50 and Mumbai–Agra Highway NH-3. Apart from these 2 highways, a 4 lane state highway is connecting Nashik with Aurangabad. Nashik is easily reachable by roadways from Gujarat state in western India. There are various State Highways which offer great road connectivity to Nashik. Nashik is well linked with Mumbai through Mumbai - Nashik Expressway which is a piece of Mumbai-Agra Highway (NH3)connects Indore and Dhule to the city on the opposite side of the interstate. Pune is joined through NH 50 which is to be updated into a 4 lane highway soon. You can experience the best and modern roadways in Nashik.

Public Transport in Nashik

You can choose the less expensive public transport system in Nashik for saving some money. Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation runs less expensive transport services for interstate, intercity and interstate travel. It has Three transport stations in Nashik: Mahamarg transport stand, Nashik Bus Sthanak (CBS-1) at Thakkar bazar and old Central Bus Stand. Its services incorporate Parivartan 2+2, semi luxury 2+2 NEEM AARAAM, common ST 2+3 and Asiad 2+2. Public bus services are available to the major nearest cities like Amravati, Indore, Pune, Shirdi, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nanded, Akola, Bhusawal, Jalgaon, Latur, Washim, Buldhana, Satara, Sangli, Kolhapur, Yavatmal, Ratnagiri, Ahmednagar, Solapur, Osmanabad, Pandharpur, Ahmadabad, Surat and Vadodara.

Gujarat State street transport corporation (GSRTC) also runs from Nashik and shirdi for many cities in Gujarat. Its service incorporate customary services. Transport services are accessible for Gujarat state like Surat, Ahmadabad, Rajkot, Patan, Bhavnagar, Palanpur, Amreli, Gondal, Junagad, Vadodara, Rajpipla, Vapi, Navsari and Valsad.

Rajasthan State road transport corporation (RSRTC) offer services to Shirdi and Udaipur in Nashik.

Karnataka state road transport corporation (KSRTC) offers transport services to different areas in Karnataka like Gulbarga, Bidar, Belgam, Bijapur, Hubli and so on from Trimbakashwar and Nashik.

Nashik City Bus Services

Nashik city bus service is accessible from most of the part of Nashik city. It has one station in Panchvati. City bus service managed by MSRTC under the JNNURM.

Railway Transport in Nashik

Nashik road railway station is the significant railway station in the city which is around 10 km from the city center. Deolali railway station is around 20 km from the city which serves the military cantonment range. Nashik Road railway station is a vital station for Central Railway it creates most noteworthy income in Bhusawal division. Manmad railway station goes under Nashik region and serves as a major station for Shirdi visitors from North and tourists from South India. Igatpuri railway station is an alternate railway station where DC to AC transformation of electric lines are done by changing the engine.

Railways in Nashik

Nashik Road comes under the Mumbai–Bhusawal lane of the Central Railways. Nashik is directly linked with major cities in India like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Kanpur, Nagpur and Guwahati. There are a couple of trains joining Southern and Northern parts of India which passes through Nashik. It is expected that Nashik will also have a railway link to Pune through Nashik - Pune Rail line and to Indore by Manmad Indore Rail Line very soon, since it has been declared in the recent Rail Budget.

Tram in Nashik

Nashik was one of the major cities to have tramway in the country. It run the services for few years in the pre-independence time.

Metro Trains in Nashik

Greater Nashik Metro is a proposed metro rail project which will link nearest cities like Ozar, Igatpuri, Deolali to Nasik city.

Air Transport in Nashik

Nashik's Ozar Airport (IATA: ISK, ICAO: VAOZ) is situated just 20 km away from the Nashik's city center. The new airport terminal at Ozar was opened by Minister Praful Patel on March 3rd, 2014. This was an additional help for the integration and tourism of Nashik. The flights will soon begin from the new terminal. Nashik additionally has an alternate air terminal, Gandhinagar Airport (IATA: VANR), with a shorter runway, and thus unfit for modern air crafts. During the 1980s, the government used to run the Vayudoot aircraft to Mumbai. A military air terminal is available in Deolali Cantonment. It will only carry he domestic flights so far.

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