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The city of Ghaziabad is the main entrance of Uttar Pradesh and is considered the Gateway of U.P. Ghaziabad has the Hindon, Yamuna, and Ganga rivers flowing through it. Situated in the center of many other prominent cities and villages Ghaziabad can be reached in many different ways.

You can reach the city of Ghaziabad by rail, road, and air. The city of Ghaziabad is connected to all parts of the country via the Northern Railway line. Through the Northern Railway you can reach the city of Ghaziabad from Jammu, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Shimla, Moradabad, Delhi, Lucknow, Dehradun, Pathankot, and Haridwar. The Northern Railway which you use to reach Ghaziabad spreads across the states of Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and many of the Union Territory of Chandigarh. The main railway station in Ghaziabad is located in the center of the city which makes it easy to access from any location. In the year 2010 Metro Trains will be also running through the city of Ghaziabad extending it’s range from Anand Vihar all the way to Indirapuram. There is a vast amount of people who reach Ghaziabad coming home from working in Delhi on a daily basis. Since, Ghaziabad is a constantly growing industrial city the roads are expanding and there are bus terminals that make it easy to reach Ghaziabad and manuver throughout the city. The buses service and transport at Mohan Nagar, Lohia Nagar, Vasundhara, and all the way to Meerut Road where the UPSRTC transportation serves cities throughout the state. Air is the third way you can reach the city of Ghaziabad. If you coming from a longer distance this is also the best way to reach the great city of Ghaziabad. The nearest airport in ghaziabad is the Delhi Airport. You can also use the Indira Gandhi International airport but it is roughly 45km away to reach Ghaziabad.


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