By Air: Surat airport was opened in 2007. Indian Airlines has one flight daily to and from Delhi and Spicejet has daily flights to and from Mumbai and Delhi.
By Train: Surat is connected to national railway system through the western railways connecting to most of the major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad and Vadodara. Through Udhana Junction and Tapti line there is also a connection to central railways. Plenty of local and super-fast trains like Shatabdi Express and Kranti Rajdhani are available.
By Car: The Golden Quadrilateral highway system will pass through Surat at its expected completion. At present the city is connected to the National Highway 8 through a 16-km connector highway. National highway 6 starts from Hazira and connects the city to Dhule, Nagpur, Raipur, Sambalpur, Kharagpur and Kolkata.
By Bus: Comfortable Volvo buses run throughout the day and connect from major cities of Gujrat, Mumbai and other Indian cities. The city has a local city bus system.
HOW TO GET AROUND SURAT
By Bus: There is a local bus system which is quite well connected within the city also, the Surat city bus and BRTS (Bus Rapid Transport System). The rates are also quite cheap.
By Auto-rickshaw: The city’s local transport system is the privately-operated auto rickshaws.
By Rental Cars: There are many rental car services which you can book for your entire trip or day to move about in the city.