Find Transport expertise in India
India’s transport sector is very large and diverse, and under an ever increasing demand. The World Bank predicted that it contributed 5.5 % to GDP (2007), with the majority from road transportation. There are 3,316,450km of roads, with around half of that amount paved. India has the world’s fourth biggest railway system, with 63,330km of track. Both inter city and local train services exist. The main western port is Mumbai, and the eastern ports are Kolkata–Haldia and Chennai. The country has 5,600km of coastline and therefore coastal shipping of freight within India plays an important role. There are large international airports at Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and Ahmadabad.
|Transport Infrastructure organisations in India|
|Ministry of Civil Aviation||
|Rites Bhawan Limited||