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Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) serves Delhi for both domestic and international connections, and is situated in the southwestern corner of the city, alongside Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway. It presently operates two terminals.

Rail transport

Delhi is well connected with most parts of India by train and the huge network carries a whole lot of people everyday. The railway network in India is the one of the largest in the world. Rail tickets can be booked on-line.

Buses have always been an essential part of transportation in Delhi and the fare is quite low. Most of the time, the buses are quite full.

Delhi Metro serves Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, etc. and is India's first modern public transportation system. During the peak business hours, the metro is quite full.

Auto Rickshaws
Auto-rickshaws are an important and popular means of public transportation in Delhi but hiring an Auto-rickshaw is tricky as very few auto-drivers agree to a standard meter charge. The typical method is to haggle for an agreeable rate.

Though easily available, the black and yellow colored taxis are not an integral part of Delhi public transport. Slowly Radio Taxis have started to gain ground in Delhi and the prices are quite reasonable.

Cycle-rickshaws are a popular mode of travel for short distance transits in the city. The pedal-powered rickshaws are available throughout the city and reckoned for being cheap and environment friendly. Of late, they are being phased out from some of the the congested areas because of their slow pace, which often leads to traffic snarls.

Rural Transport Vehicles (RTVs)

RTVs are like mini buses and ply on the local routes. However, they run on limited routes only.

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