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Connectivity of Gurgaon: Explained in Detail

Connectivity of Gurgaon: Explained in Detail

Coonectivity of Gurgaon

From an economic wasteland to a leading financial and technology hub, Gurgaon today is home to more than 250 Fortune 500 companies.

This evolutionary micro-market has become the most-sought-after realty investment destination for luxury as well as for affordable housing market. According to a report, the population of this city has almost doubled up between the years 2001 and 2011.

Recently, the ease of living index has placed the city on 88th position and this has sent shock waves among the residents of Gurgaon. The city is often publicized as a city, which has global standards and is marvelled due to its uber-stylish skyscrapers.

Gurgaon has become a hub of intense real estate activity over the last few years. And due to the emergence of huge commercial space and flourishing infrastructure, the city has an excellent transport and commuting system.

 This article is curated to throw some light upon the connectivity system of the millennium city – Gurgaon.

Major Roads

National Highway 48 is the major highway that connects the city to the major parts of Delhi NCR. Apart from that, the 136.5 km long KMP Expressway (Kundli-Manesar-Palwal), also known as Western Peripheral Expressway is an upcoming road, which will connect major cities such as Sonipat, Rohtak, Manesar, Sohna, Palwal, Jhajjar, Bahadurgarh, etc.,

Also, the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, which is 27.7 km long, connects Delhi to Gurgaon and is a part of the Golden Quadrilateral project.

Sohna Road, which is known as the hub of affordable housing projects in Gurgaon is only 28 km away from IGI Airport, 17 km from the railway station, and 12 km from the NH-248A.

Metro Route

Metro is the lifeline of the city. With a population of 876,900, the city relies on the metros for daily commuting and transportation.

The 49 km long Yellow-line metro runs from Samaypur Badli (Delhi) to HUDA City Centre (Gurgaon). It covers 5 stations within Gurgaon and those are Guru Dronacharya, Sikanderpur, MG Road, IFFCO Chowk, and HUDA City Centre.

There is a rapid transit metro system, 11.7 km long, which serves Gurgaon and act as a feeder link to the Delhi Metro. There are all total 11 stations, which are: Sikanderpur, Phase 2, Vodafone Belvedere Towers, IndusInd Bank Cyber City, Micromax Moulsari Avenue, Phase 3, Phase 1, Sector 42-43, Sector 53-54, Sector 54 Chowk, and Sector 55-56.

Railways

Gurgaon Railway Station serves the city and connects Delhi and Gurgaon. Apart from that, the railway route connects some of the major cities of India, such as Ahmedabad, Ajmer, Howrah, Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Varanasi.

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Bus

Gurugram Metropolitan City Bus Service Limited (GMCBSL) is going to launch 25 buses to cover a route of 25 km for the ease and convenience of the city residents. The buses will be launched by Diwali 2018.

Looking at all these commuting and transportation factors, we can say that Gurgaon is a well-connected city. If you are seeking the best affordable housing in Gurgaon, you may invest in OSB Golf Heights Sector 69 Gurgaon. This affordable and ongoing housing is located just a km away from Sohna Road. For more details, you may visit their website.

Shuvam Samal

Shuvam Samal

Content Developer at Square Yards
An engineer turned marketing professional who is tightening her grips and pen to do wonders in digital and print platform. Hardworking and conscientious communication professional with experience in designing and executing changes and integrating digital marketing plans. Avid knowledge seeker with a keen interest in almost everything. Writes on Real Estate Industry and one of the most regulated financial market of the world – the United Kingdom.
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