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How To Reach Bhopal

By Air: ‘Raja Bhoj Airport’, also known as ‘Bhopal Airport’ is a fully operational domestic airport that connects Bhopal with the four corners of the country by air. Located in the Bairagarh suburban area approximately 15 kilometers to the north-west of Bhopal this airfield can be reached using National Highway No.12. The chief airlines those cater their services at the Bhopal Airport include Air India, SpiceJet, Jet Airways, JetLite, IndiGo, Go Air, Kingfisher, Jet Airways Konnect, etc. Several important Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Indore, Raipur, etc are accessible from Bhopal by air.
By Rail: Bhopal is very well connected with rest of the country by train as the city is bequeathed with about six railway stations namely Bhopal Junction, Habibganj Railway Station, Misrod, Mandideep, Sukhsewanagar and Bairagarh Railway Stations, the initial two being the most important and most hustling bustling. Bhopal lies on the ‘West Central Railway Zone’ where both North-South and East-West train routes meet.
Bhopal Junction Railway Station to be found at Chola is the main and the biggest railway station of the city from where over 200 trains are operated daily. The Bhopal Junction positioned on the Delhi – Chennai and Jhansi – Itarsi Railway Route provides trains for reaching different cities of almost all the Indian states starting from Jammu and Kashmir to Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Orissa, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Assam, etc.
The fastest train of India; the Bhopal Shatabdi Express originates from the Bhopal Junction. Some other important trains originating at or passing through Bhopal Junction are; Bhopal Jan Shatabdi Exp, Shaan-e-Bhopal Exp, Bhopal - Howrah Exp, Indore–Jammu Tawi Malwa Exp, Pune–Jammu Tawi Jhelum Exp, Dadar–Amritsar Exp, Chennai–Dehradun Exp, Chennai–New Delhi Tamil Nadu Exp, Tamil Nadu Sampark Kranti Exp, Swarna Jayanti Exp, Karnataka Exp, Rajdhani Exp, Bhopal–Lucknow Exp, Indore - Patna Exp, Secunderabad Rajdhani Exp, New Delhi–Chennai Grand Trunk Exp, Indore–Trivandrum Ahilyanagari Exp, Hazrat Nizamuddin–Vasco de Gama Goa Exp, Punjab Mail, Agra–Gwalior–Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Lashkar Exp, Jabalpur–Somnath Exp, Bhopal–Jaipur Exp, and many others.
The Habibganj Railway Station located at Bhopal Saket Nagar is mainly used by the BHEL Townships of Bhopal.
By Road: An extensive network of state and national highways connects Bhopal with all the major intra and inter state destinations by road. The three major national highways those pass through Bhopal are NH 12, NH 34 and NH 86. National Highway No 12 links Bhopal to Jaipur in the West and Jabalpur in the East whereas NH 86 annexes Bhopal to Sagar in the East and Dewas & Indore in the West. NH 34 also connects Bhopal to Sagar. SH 23 adjoins Bhopal with Sironj and Guna to its north. The Bhopal city has two interstate bus terminuses; one of them is Kushabhau Thakre Inter State Bus Terminal while the other is located in the proximity with the Habibganj Railway Station. Numerous buses daily operate from Bhopal to various destinations viz. Indore, Gwalior, Ujjain, Jabalpur, Sanchi, Khajuraho, Vidisha, Berasia, Pachmarhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Kota, Jodhpur, Pune, Nashik, Shirdi, Nagpur, Amravati, Akola, Jalgaon, Vadodara, Surat, etc.