Maharashtra Transport System
Transport systems have long furnished one cornerstone in the structure of a metropolitan area as seaports prompted commercial zones nearby and rail stations developed passenger and freight-handling facilities. The Transport system in Maharashtra primarily consists of Roadways, Railways, Airways and waterways.
Maharashtra Air-Transport System
The Maharashtra state has four international airports and two domestic airports. Mumbai has Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, the busiest and best-connected international airport in the country and is connected with most of the important destinations of the world. Apart from Mumbai, major cities like Pune, Aurangabad and Nagpur also served international flights.
Below is a list of airports in Maharashtra:
Aamby Valley Airstrip
Aamby Valley City
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport
Pune International Airport
International / Defence
Maharashtra Rail Transport System
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Mumbai is the centre point of the railway network in Maharashtra, owning three major railway stations and the headquarters of two Railway Zones in India. The capital city is connected to most of the important cities of India by railways. Rail transport is supported by Central railways with Konkan railways in coastal areas. Many significant tourist spots in the state are connected to Mumbai by regular trains. The other cities and district headquarters of the state are also well connected by trains.
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