Delhi, a city having more than 5000000 registered vehicles. It hatched a major problem in the city “Traffic Jam” all the times. To take out city from this dilemma Delhi Transport Corporation has shaped up transport facility.
SIghtseer can enjoy the ride of Yellow-Green Auto rickshaw, Air conditioned buses, Superfast metro trains, 24×7 Call Cabs and Delhi Metro service while wandering in the city. In the era of concept cars some areas of Delhi are still best and only accessed by the old ‘Tawngas’ and ‘Pedelled Cycle rickshaws’.
Auto rickshaw and DTC buses run on Compressed Natural Gas or CNG was one of the safety measures taken by Delhi Transport Corporation to fight with another major problem of increasing pollution. Before the facility of metro train introduced in the city the Delhi Transport Corporation Buses were used as a medium of transport by more than 50% of the total population.
To get connected with other neighbouring states city has a total of six Expressways out of which three have not yet completely constructed. Delhi-Gurgaon-Delhi Expressway and DND expressway are most used among these. Also a total of five National Highways connecting the city with its neighboring states which are
NH-1 (It connects delhi with the town of Punjab near the India–Pakistan border named “Attarii”),
NH-2(It connects Delhi with the states of Haryana, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand and West Bengal) ,
NH-8 (The busiest highway in the subcontinent, as it acts as a link between the national capital and the financial capital Mumbai as well as with other major cities like Gurgaon, Jaipur, Udaipur, Vadodra, Ajmer and Ahemdabad) ,
NH-10 (It takes Delhi to the Fazlika in Punjab situated near the Indian-Pakistan Border) and
NH-24 (runs the state of Uttar Pradesh)
All of these above means of transport contribute equally to make a well connected city with the rest of India.