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Taxi / Auto:

The Delhi metropolitan region offers a range of metered and radio taxi (Call-a-Taxi) services. Autos are also an important and popular means of public transport, as they are cheaper than taxis and abundantly available. Though in this region, the concept of online booking of taxi, cabs and of recent autos also is quite quick and successful. Radio taxis can be hired at domestic and international airports and Central railway stations where outstation trains terminate (New Delhi, Old Delhi, Hazrat Nizamuddin, Anand Vihar Terminal, Delhi Cantonment etc). Radio taxies can be booked from 24 hours to 1 hour in advance from any of the following service providers to pick you up round the clock from any point you want them to. Finding the best route on Google Maps is the usual practice as there are multiple routes to reach to a destination and traffic condition on different roads keeps on changing.

Radio Taxi (Call-a-Taxi) service:

Car Hire:

Exhibitors and visitors can hire a variety of economy and luxury cars with drivers from the official travel agents Tamarind Global Services Pvt Ltd for the entire duration or any of the days of HGH India. lf you wish to retain the vehicle for 4 day of the trade show days, please indicate to the travel agent in advance so that your vehicle can be reserved accordingly. It may be advisable, especially for the outstation exhibitors, to keep at least one car hired throughout the exhibition days. However, choice is entirely yours.

Delhi Metro:

The Delhi Metro is a mass rapid transit system serving Delhi and its satellite cities of Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurugram, Noida, Bahadurgarh and Ballabhgarh, in the National Capital Region of India. It is by far the largest and busiest metro rail system in India, and the second oldest after the Kolkata Metro. The system is designed to reduce road traffic congestion in the region. The metro network consists of ten colour-coded metro lines (red-1, yellow- 2, blue- 3/4, green-5, violet-6, orange- airport, pink-7, magenta-8, grey- 9 and aqua- which has an interchange station at Noida’s Sector 52 metro station). Other means of transit include suburban railways, inter-state bus services and private taxis which can be rented for various purposes.