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How To Reach Noida

NOIDA- the acronym for North Okhla Industrial Development Authority is one of the four satellite cities that have mushroomed in the past few decades. The other three cities are Faridabad, Ghaziabad and Gurgaon. Noida is now a prominent and flourishing city in Northern India with a plethora of MNCs and Indian countries putting up office there and with the resultant development of the vicinity. Indianholiday.com offers all the information you need on how to reach Noida Uttar Pradesh.

Noida was established in 19th April, 1976 as a brainchild of Sanjay Gandhi, the son of ex Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi. Noida was planned as an industrial city and was made equipped with the amenities of all modern cities like a sound network of motorable roads, water and electricity supply, town administration authority, etc. to facilitate growth and development in the industrial sector in the area.

Noida is now a frequently visited destination for people from all over the country. While some come as professionals, to join one company or other, others come on business or to visit their near and dear ones stationed at Noida. However, the first thing you need to know if you are planning to hit Noida is, How to Reach Noida in Uttar Pradesh India. Noida is very well connected to the rest of the country and reaching Noida in India is therefore no big deal.

By Road

Noida is connected through a good network of roads to Delhi and Uttar Pradesh. The New Delhi Railway Station is a mere 30 min drive from Noida and the Indira Gandhi International Airport a 55 Minutes drive. Interstate Bus Terminal at Sector-34, Noida connects it to other cities.

Some important road distances from Noida are:

  • Meerut -75 Kms
  • Ghaziabad- 25 Kms.
  • Greater Noida -10 Kms
  • Faridabad- 35 Kms

By Rail 

The Howrah-Delhi railway line is passing through district Gautam Budh Nagar (Surajpur), which is close to Noida. Noida is also already connected with Delhi by EMU service with stoppages at Dadri, Boraki, Ajaibpur and Dankaur and is only 35 minutes away from New Delhi or Old Delhi railway station. The railway stations nearest to Noida are Nizamuddin, New Delhi, Old Delhi Railway Station, Shahdra in Delhi and Ghaziabd Railway Station in Ghaziabd.

By Air

The nearest airport is the Indira Gandhi International Airport, which is connected to many cities in the country and outside, by regular flights operated by private and govt. pliers.



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