How to Reach
Indore is served by the Devi Ahilyabai Holkar domestic Airport. Indore airport is about 8 km from the city centre and currently handles only domestic traffic. The airport has been operating services by Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, Jet Lite, Kingfisher, Kingfisher Red and Go Air. Indore has a direct connectivity to Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Bangalore, Raipur, Nagpur, Hyderabad, Mumbai, New Delhi, Pune, Goa, Kolkata & Jabalpur.
Indore Main Railway Station of the country. In the Railway budget of 2009 Indore main railway station was listed for transformation to a modern railway along with other 300 stations across India.
Indore is one of the several places in India with both meter gauge and broad gauge railways operational. Regular train services connect Indore to most parts of the country. Electrification of the Indore - Dewas - Ujjain is currently underway.
Indore lies on the Ratlam and Akola metre gauge railway line, the longest remaining functional meter gauge line in India. This section is scheduled for conversion to standard broad gauge under Indian Railways' projected Unigauge system.
India's first of its concept - GPS & IVR enabled city buses
Indore is well connected to other parts of India through national and state highways. There are some major highways which pass through Indore and connect it to some major cities.
The major national highways passing through the city are:
National Highway No. 3 (NH3 - Agra Bombay)
National Highway No. 59 (NH 59 - Indore Ahmedabad)
National Highway No. 59A (Indore - Betul)
The Mumbai- Indore section of the National Highway No. 3 and the Ahmedabad - Indore section of the National Highway No. 59 are undergoing multilinking under the NHDP program.
Other Important Regional highways are:
State Highway No. 27 (Indore to Khandwa)
State Highway No. 34 (Indore to Jhansi)