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There are three international airports in Maharashtra and they are as follows:
Other than these, there are a number of smaller airports including Akola, Aurangabad, Baramati, Amravati, Dhule, Chandrapur, Jalgaon, Gondia, Kolhapur, Karad, Nashik, Latur, Osmanabad, Nanded, Solapur, Ratnagiri, and Yavatmal. These airports don’t have any planned flight facilities. Privately owned airfields are there at Shirpur and Aamby Valley City as well. A number of international airports are now under the construction process such as the New Pune International Airport and Navi Mumbai International Airport.
The state enjoys excellent connectivity with the other places in India via a railways network covering 5,983 km between four zones. The Western Railway and the Central Railway zones of Indian Railways both have their headquarters in Mumbai, at Church Gate and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus respectively.
The Nanded division of the South Central Railways has been set up to serve the Marathwada area of the state.
The Konkan Railway works as a subordinate organization of the Indian Railways and it is headquartered in CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai. This railway caters to the Konkan seaward area towards the south of Mumbai and extends to the western shorelines of the country.
The suburban railway network in Maharashtra is also quite big and transports approximately 6.4 million commuters on a daily basis. Other than this, a Metro and monorail is under construction in the city of Mumbai.
Maharashtra is home to the biggest roadways transportation network in India and it covers 267,452 km. There are 17 National Highways that join the state with its six bordering states. National Highways in Maharashtra cover 3,688 km. The state highway network of Maharashtra is quite considerable in volume. Since March 2010, 97.5% of the countryside areas in Maharashtra have been joined through all-weather roadways. The oldest access regulated toll road project in the country, the Yeshwantrao Chavan Mumbai-Pune Expressway, was prepared as completely functional in the month of April 2002.
MSRTC or the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation has been working as the principal public roadways transportation agency from 1948. It joins majority of the villages and townships inside and outside the state with a massive network. The buses run by MSRTC, commonly known as State Transport (ST) buses, are the chosen means of transportation for the most part of the population.
Other than the public buses, there are deluxe private buses that run between important towns. Other public transportation modes include seven-seater tempos that are quite admired in semi-urban territories.
The places listed below are perfect locations for short trips or excursions:
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