Gurgaon to Anand Vihar Railway Station?best route?

#1 May 1st, 2010, 21:44
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Hi,

What is the best route to reach Anand Vihar Railway Terminal from Gurgaon, IFFCO Chowk? what is the best mode apart from Taxi?
#2 May 1st, 2010, 21:52
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1. Take a bus for Karol Bagh (DTC operates regular service from Gurgaon to Karol Bagh).
2. From here take a rickshaw till Jhandewalan Metro Station (or walk if you don't have luggage).
3. Board a Metro going toward Anand vihar and get down at last stop.
#3 May 1st, 2010, 21:57
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Originally Posted by SaChu View Post 1. Take a bus for Karol Bagh (DTC operates regular service from Gurgaon to Karol Bagh).
Is luggages are allowed in bus or is it feasible even if they allow?


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3. Board a Metro going toward Anand vihar and get down at last stop
Is it feasible to ride in metro with luggage?

Is there any other way, hiring an auto for the entire stretch? How much the taxis will charge and how to get them?
#4 May 3rd, 2010, 12:07
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Luggage is allowed both in Bus and Metro provided you can carry it yourself
In Metro you are allowed to carry 15 Kgs of luggage (not exceeding 60cm (Length) x 45 cm
(Breadth) x 25 cm (Height) in size). However I have not seen metro security objecting even if it is slightly bigger than this and you are carrying it yourself.

As for Auto- you can take an auto from Karol Bagh and it will charge 150 - 180 Rs. But Auto will take 1 to 1.5 hrs to cover that distance (Metro takes 35 Mins)

Another option is take a interstate bus from Iffco chowk (esp. Rajasthan State Transport) they will take you to Sarai Kale Khan ISBT - from there you will get many buses for Anand Vihar Railway station (also auto should take around 100 - 110 Rs.)
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Thanks for info. I feel it is better to use a taxi instead.
#6 May 11th, 2010, 15:47
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Taxi is the best option, should cost around Rs. 300/- or more.
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#7 May 12th, 2010, 14:33
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the bus and train combo is safe enough and very straight forward... no worries... been traveling this way to delhi every weekend for the past 3 weeks...

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