The first few days after the earthquake have been rough for commuters in India.
On the one hand, they’re feeling the pain of having to evacuate the city’s major thoroughfares, which are often jammed with commuters and stranded motorists.
On a much larger scale, they have to contend with heavy traffic jams on highways and busy roadways, and even the possibility of a sudden flood that could force them to evacuate their homes.
But, as many Indian commuters and tourists will tell you, Delhi and Mumbai have a lot more in common than just their city names.
While Delhi and its environs are home to the world’s largest diaspora population, Mumbai has a much smaller but equally populous population.
And in both cities, the infrastructure is not up to par.
“Even if you’ve never been to Mumbai, you’ve probably heard of Mumbai,” said Manoj Mishra, who lives in the city.
“You’d never think to go there.”
In India, traffic jams can be a problem even for people who are not commuters.
It’s hard to get to work or school in Mumbai when you’re stuck in a traffic jam, even with a train.
On the other hand, you might have been able to catch a ride in a car with a few extra passengers.
When I was on my way to the airport, I took a cab to get there.
I had to pay the fare at the gate and the taxi driver took me back to my hotel.
But that was fine.
I was able to walk home on my own.
If you were stuck in Mumbai, there was no way for you to get home.
If you were stranded in a city that has few transport options, like Delhi, Mumbai, or Chennai, you could rely on the Delhi Metro Railways to pick you up, but you’d have to make a detour to get off the Delhi-Chennai route.
And if you needed to get out of a crowded city, you would probably have to wait for hours for the bus to drop you off.
Even if your car gets stuck in an accident or you get stuck in the mud, there’s little you can do.
There is a one-way street to get around.
“I’ve never seen anything like this,” said Vijay Pandey, who works as an engineer in the construction industry in Delhi.
“There are a lot of cars stuck in jams and accidents, but nobody knows how to fix them.”
When it comes to transportation, there are a number of things that can be done to ease congestion and get you home faster.
The Delhi Metro is one of the major ways that the city can ease congestion.
It runs trains from major cities like New Delhi, Ahmedabad, and Bengaluru, and from lesser cities like Nagpur and Bhopal, as well as the eastern suburbs of Delhi, to its suburban hub in the central city.
You can use the metro for one-and-a-half hours, but that doesn’t guarantee you can get home in time.
It is a good idea to have a plan to get your car to the nearest metro station.
In Mumbai, buses are a big part of the city life.
You can take a bus to the nearby stations or get a bus from any station in the Greater Mumbai area.
Many commuters are still not sure how to get from their homes to the metro station in Delhi and the Mumbai metro, and many people rely on their friends to help them find the best route.
Some residents have taken to riding their bikes in the streets and on the pavements.
But for those who want to commute, there is also a lot to do along the way.
A bus can also be a great way to get back home after spending an evening out on the town, or if you don’t have time to take a taxi to your destination.
Here is a list of some of the places you can catch a bus, or a train, to get you back home in India, or wherever you may be. 1.
New Delhi-Dhanbad Metro: A one-stop metro from the airport to the eastern part of Mumbai.
The train is operated by Railways, which has an integrated network of rail lines, buses, and subways.
The Mumbai Metro has an international railway network that runs through many of India’s largest cities.
Chennai Metro: The Chennai Metro runs trains between the eastern and western parts of the Indian capital, as does the Mumbai Metro.
Ahmedabad Metro: There is also an international train network that connects Mumbai with Ahmedabad in the south and western suburbs of the country.
Bengaluru Metro: Bangalore is a major city in the southern Indian state of Karnataka, and it has a large metropolitan area with a population of around 1.2 billion.
The Bangalore Metro is a commuter rail