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Transportation is a basic necessity for the development of any region. Network of roads and presence 0f railway not only helps to boost the economy of that region but also makes life of people easy and comfortable. Thankfully Kaimur has a well defined transportation network that ensures easy accessibility to this part of Bihar. Kaimur is well connected with the major cities of the country and has a well-developed network of roadways and railways.
Road Network in Kaimur
Kaimur has a good network of roads. NH-30 connects Kaimur to major cities of
the country. Apart from National highway there are state highways, district roads and village
roads etc. Total length of metalled or Pucca Road in Kaimur is 771.99 Km while unmettaled or Kacha road accounts for 1255.19 km. Kaimur enjoys regular bus services. There are frequent bus services from Kaimur to neighboring
cities and towns. Bihar State Road Transport Corporation or BSRTC as
well as privately owned buses are available from and to Kaimur. Local
buses, semi-deluxe buses, deluxe buses etc, are available for and from Kaimur to other areas. Mini buses are also available from Kaimur.
Railways in Kaimur
The only one major station of Kaimur is at
Mohania, officially known as Bhabua Road(BBU) which lies on the
Howrah-Delhi Grand Chord (450 km) in Gaya-Mughalsarai Section. Proposal
of a railway line connecting Arrah to Mundeshwari via Ramgarh, Mohania
and Bhabua are laid down.Other railway stations of Kaimur are
Dhanichha (DCX), Karamnasa (KMS), Muthani (MTGE), Durgawati
(DGO),Pusauli (PSE), Khurmabad Road (KVD), Kudra (KTQ), Shiu Sagar Road
(SSG) and Kumahu (KMGE). Over 40 trains pass through the Bhabua Road
station. Kaimur is connected to major cities of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh through both roadways and railways. It is also connected to major cities of India through railways and airways.
Air Connectivity to Kaimur
Kiamur does not have an aerodrome. Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport (VNS) also known as Babatpur Airport is the
nearest airport to the city. It is at a
located at a distance of 71 km from Kaimur. Patna airport is also close
by from Kaimur. Regular flights are available from both the airports to
all important towns and cities across the country.
Local Transportation in Kaimur
Taxis are readily available in Kaimur to
travel from one place to another. Metered taxis are suitable for short
distance journeys. Auto Rickshaws and tempos are also preferred mode of
transport for traveling short distances. Apart from these cycle
rickshaws are also available for very short distances. As a medium of local transportation horse drawn tongas are also quite popular in the region. In all we can say that Kaimur has a decent transportation system when compared to other parts of Bihar.