Discussion in 'India' started by jimmiefloid, Jun 3, 2011.
I had a look at the transportation options you have are flying, driving, taking the Deccan Queen train from the Mumbai VT Station and the ASIAD bus near Dadar which leaves every 20 mins.
In my opinion, the expressway will makes the journey from Pune to Mumbai quite short, though you spend as much time driving through Mumbai itself.
The train will be a bit slower, but a perfectly acceptable alternative, but I wouldn't bother flying between Mumbai and Pune - as the distance is too short to make it worth the money you'll pay.
The Pune Suburban Railway connects Pune to Lonavala, a small town en-route to Mumbai. There is only one line with seventeen stations; a second monorail line is under consideration by the government. Here is a list of all the stations, east to west.
I would suggest you to go by bus as trains are very slow and airline tickets will be costly. You can easily find A.C volvo buses online
it is very easy just get a bus from dadar,cab,taxi what ever u want .even you can find trains for pune.no need to worry about it
I travel quite frequently to mumbai from pune and mostly use Neeta Travels. They have good services and you can book bus tickets online which it is very convenient. There are lot of options like being able to print your tickets yourself and it is better than redbus and ticketvala.
if you prefer to drive then, drive down from South Mumbai, take the Eastern Express highway from Sion in North-eastern Mumbai and turn at the traffic light that leads to the Sion-Panvel Highway (this is NH4).
I would like to suggest you to go by bus. You can easily find A.C volvo buses online
I prefer to you go by C Shahumharaj Terminus Kurduvadi Special train travel to Mumbai from Pune.
Car rental service is the best option for Pune to Mumbai. The Mumbai Pune Expressway is the best way to reach on time.
The Mumbai Pune Expressway is the best way to reach on time. And if you hire cab then it would be more easier.
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