Mumbai is a city on the western paraphilia of the Indian peninsula; it is very well connected with all parts of India and the world through various modes of conveyance.
By Air : - Mumbai has two airport terminals, Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International airport which was earlier called as Sahara international airport has direct flights connecting Mumbai with almost all important international destinations. Even domestic destinations are served by airlines such as Go air and Air India at the Chatrapati Shivaji international terminal. The terminal is a world class terminal and is the second airport in terms of traffic handled. In 2018 this airport handled 49.8 million people. This airport is a first joint venture of the Airport authority of India and the GVK industries Ltd. It’s also called as T2 terminal. This airport has world class amenities which include the duty free shops, amenities such as restaurants, exchange bureaus etc. the domestic terminal also known as T1, is a low key affair in comparison, This terminal connects Mumbai with almost all major cities of India, important carriers like indigo, spice jet etc. use this terminal for their flights. This terminal also has all important amenities for the travelers. This terminal is situated at proximity with the international terminal T2. There are shuttle buses connecting the two terminals, you can also use the local conveyance like taxi/ tuk tuk to travel between these two terminals.
By rail : - Mumbai is very well connected with all parts of India through extensive network of Indian railways. Mumbai is the headquarter of the Central Indian railways with its head office at the Chtrapati Shivaji terminus. The trains connecting Mumbai with the western India and north India originate from the Mumbai central railways station, while the trains connecting Mumbai with central and northern India use the Chattrapati Shivaji terminal. Stations like Dadar, Kalyan, Panvel, also have the long haul trains either originating or passing through them. The trains moving to south India use the konkan railways, these trains like Mangla express also pass through Mumbai stations Kalyan and Panvel. Mumbai has very good rail connectivity with Pune. Mumbai has excellent train connectivity with southern and north eastern part of India there are long haul trains taking multiple days to reach their destinations.
By Road : - Mumbai has very good road connectivity with almost all parts of India, Mumbai was an important destination in the quadrilateral project connecting all major metropolitan cities of India. Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata were linked together by the quadrilateral project with four lane highways connecting all these cities. NH 8 (now called NH 48) was the first highway to be converted to a four lane expressway it starts from Mumbai and connects Delhi via surat, vadodara, Udaipur, Jaipur. This is amongst the busiest roads of India and has been converted to a six lane highway recently ,A parallel road connecting Delhi with Mumbai known as Delhi Mumbai expressway is under construction and soon will be opened for the traffic, this new highway will further cut the traveling time between these two cities.
Agra Mumbai highway earlier called as NH3 has been now broken into various numbers, it is a road connecting Mumbai with central India through cities like Indore, Guna, Shivpuri, Dhulia, Nashik, and Gwalior right up to Agra. This is also a four lane expressway having a lot of Vehicular traffic.
Mumbai Pune expressway was the first real expressway in India, this six lane dedicated express highway connects Mumbai with Pune, it also connects the famous hill station Lonavala with Mumbai and Pune.
NH4 (Now christened as NH48) connects Mumbai with Goa, now this road further goes up to Kerala. The picturesque Western Ghats are covered by this road offering amazing sites while you travel seamless on this four lane highway.