Traveling by Rail
Western Railway, an important part of the Indian Railway system, serves the financial capital of India, Mumbai, along with almost entire area of Gujarat and some parts of Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.
Today, 14 million people travelling per day by the Indian Railways, more than 6 million people travel per day on Mumbai Suburban section alone. Of the 2,700 plus services run in Mumbai 1,210 services which includes 753 twelve car services and one 15 car service are run by Western Railway with a phenomenal frequency of 3 minutes during peak hours. Western Railway carries more than 3 million passengers per day. (Source: Western Railway)
Traveling from the Train Station to the Exhibition
The nearest railway station is Goregoan which is about 15 minutes away by the most popular three wheeler service and cost you about Rs. 20. From Goregoan station you can catch local trains to all parts of Mumbai or even catch express trains to major cities of India.
Traveling by air
- Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA)
Modernization and redevelopment of Mumbai's airport is a reflection of India's expeditious growth. Being in the financial capital and a key gateway of the country, the airport holds great significance to support the city to retain its fast paced growth.
The airport has 4 terminals – 2 international and 2 domestic. Mumbai International Airport Ltd provides free coach service between the international and domestic terminals for transiting arrival and departure passengers possessing an air ticket or a printout of the same.
- Traveling from the airport to the Exhibition
Shuttle buses will be stationed at the domestic airport to the exhibition venue at an interval of 30 minutes.
Prepaid taxi services are available at the airport which will cost you INR. 120 – 150 and the travelling time would be about 20 –35 minutes depending upon the traffic.
We have local taxis and three wheelers coloured in yellow and black just outside the airport which will cost about '90 – 100 and '60 – 70 respectively.