Transportation in ChittaranjanChittaranjan is one of the most ethnically diverse towns in West Bengal. The town is well connected via road to all the major cities of West Bengal. Road transport is the most preferred mode of transport in this area. The railway town of Chittaranjan lies on the periphery of the states of West Bengal and Jharkhand. The passenger railway station which serves Chittaranjan is situated in Mihijam which lies in Jharkhand. The article emphasizes on the various modes of transport available in the town of Chittaranjan.
Rail Transport in ChittaranjanChittaranjan Railway Station is a prominent junction which serves the town and lies on the Howrah-Delhi track. The main rail head of Chittaranjan town lies on the Howrah-Patna-Mughalsarai main line which is approximately 237 km away from Howrah. The code of the Chittaranjan Railway Station is CRJ. This rail head is linked to all the major cities of India via Delhi-Kolkata main line through the route of Mugalsarai-Patna. Earlier the name of the rail head was Mihijam which was later renamed as the Chittaranjan Station after the foundation of Chittaranjan Locomotive Works. This rail head is geologically situated at Mihijam which falls under the Dist. Jamtara in Jharkhand, however Chittaranjan’s township comes under West Bengal.
Indian Railway Station
Location: Mihijam, Jamtara district, Jharkhand, India
Operated by: Eastern Railway
Line(s): Howrah-Delhi Main Line
Station code: CRJ
Zone(s): Eastern Railway
Division(s): Asansol Division
Asansol railway station is another important rail head which is located in close proximity to the town at a distance of merely 25 km. The express trains of Barauni and Patna, which come from Sealdah, Kharagpur, Howrah, Ranchi, Dhanbad and Tatanagar, halt here.
Some of the important trains passing through Chittaranjan Railway Station:-13111, Lal Quila Express
15028, Maurya Express
13040, Janata Express
13039, Howrah-Delhi(Janta) Express
18182, Chhapra-Tata Express
28182, Katihar-Tatanagar Link Express
13287, South Bihar Express
13186, Ganga Sagar Express
13157, Tirhut Express Exp
13155, Mithilanchal Express
13019, Bagh Express Exp
Roadways in ChittaranjanChittaranjan is well connected via road to Dumka(100 kms), Dhanbad(65 kms) and Asansol(30 kms). The NH-2 or GT Road lies approximately 20 km in South to the Chittaranjan town. One can access both Jharkhand as well as Bengal road transports from the town. The town stands out owing to its exceptional feature which is – The Township lies in West Bengal, whereas the railway station of the town lies in the Jharkhand state (Mihijam in Jamtara district). The interstate bus services available in the town ply between all the important cities on a daily basis. For people who love to travel in their personal vehicles, there is a 4 lane GT Road which has been maintained very well.
Air Connectivity in ChittaranjanThe nearest airport to Chitaranjan is the Kolkata airport (Netaji Subash Airport) which is located approximately 235 kms away from Kolkata and is connected to all the major cities of India and a few foreign destinations as well. After getting down at the Kolkata airport, one can hire a private taxi, cab or bus to arrive at Chittaranjan.
Local Transport in ChittaranjanThe local transportation in Chittaranjan mainly encompasses auto rickshaws and rickshaws. Local bus services can also be availed to reach the places located in the vicinity of the town. Children's Park, Amladahi Bus stand, Kesia More, 3 No. Gate Bus Stop, New Market, Hospital More Bus Stop are some of the main stands in this town of West Bengal. The roads are well maintained with signs and hoarding in local language and English to create awareness about the bends in the route.
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