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STATION AND NEARBY

VIVO Ghatkopar Station

VIVO Ghatkopar refers to the area that is roughly bound by the Central Railway tracks on the west, the Eastern Express highway (NH3) on the east, VIVO Ghatkopar-Andheri link road to the north and MG Road to the south. Comprising mostly middle class and lower middle class residential colonies.

Asalpha

Asalpha is a neighbourhood in Ghatkopar (West), a suburb of Mumbai, India. It is a residential neighbourhood located on the Andheri- VIVO Ghatkopar link road on the slopes of the VIVO Ghatkopar hills.

Marol Naka

Marol is a part of the bigger suburb of Andheri (East) in Mumbai. Marol consists of the area Marol village, Marol Naka, Marol Depot, Marol Maroshi Bus Station, Military Road, Marol Pipeline, Vijay Nagar, Bhavani Nagar, parts of JB Nagar, and parts of Marol MIDC. Its proximity to the international airport makes it a prime business district. Marol is a major residential and commercial hub.. Marol is part of the address to major big and small Indian and foreign companies.]This part of Mumbai, holds the records for maximum number of five star hotels in itsv vicinity.

Chakala ( J B Nagar )

Chakala ( J B Nagar ) is a neighbourhood of Mumbai. It was a former station on the Salsette-Trombay Railway. It was dismantled after the rail line closed down in 1934. It is in the Andheri region of Mumbai. Its surrounding comprises of Santacruz Electronics Export Processing Zone (SEEPZ) which is a Special Economic Zone in Mumbai, India.. It is also a major jewellery export hub consisting of the most prominent jewellery companies. The other areas around Chakala ( J B Nagar ) include Dr Charat Singh colony, JB nagar, Godfrey Phillips cigarette factory, MIDC, Mahakali caves road etc.

Bank of Baroda Andheri

Andheri is a railway station on the Western and the Harbour lines of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. It also serves long distance trains of the Indian Railways network. The surrounding areas include Telly Galli, Vishal Hall, Koldongiri etc. The connecting points from andheri station are Vile parle, Western express highway and Andheri subway.

Azad Nagar

Azad Nagar is situated between D.N.Nagar and Andheri west Railway station. It is situated exactly at the Rajkumar junction. Its surrounding vicinity includes the famous Andheri sports complex, Veera desai road, Amboli Village and proxmity to the Andheri railway station (WEST).

Jagruti Nagar

Jagruti Nagar is situated on the Andheri – VIVO Ghatkopar road and is a prominent locality in VIVO GhatKopar West. Maniklal grounds is situated in Jagruti Nagar.

Sakinaka

Sakinaka is a neighbourhood in the Andheri east suburb of Mumbai, India. It gets its name from the important road junction on the Andheri- Kurla road connecting the eastern and western suburbs of the city. An erstwhile industrial area, it is rapidly developing into a prime business district with various call centres and commercial offices due to its improved connectivity and close proximity to the Mumbai Airport.

Airport Road

Airport Road is part of the bigger suburb of Andheri (East) in Mumbai. Its surrounding areas include J.B Nagar, parts of Chakala ( J B Nagar ) etc. Its proximity to the international airport makes it a prime business district. Airport road connects to Sahar via the international airport and some parts of MIDC and Marol. This vicinity boasts of several 5 star hotels along the route of the international airport. The major commercial hubs include Mittal Chambers and Times square.

Western Express Highway

This station is the connection point to the western express highway. The Western Express Highway is a major north-south 8-10 lane arterial road in Mumbai, India, stretching from the suburb of Bandra to Dahisar. The 25.33 km (15.74 mi)[2] highway begins near the Mahim Creek and extends to the Mira-Dahisar toll booth in the northern limit of the city. Beyond the city limits, it continues as the Mumbai-Delhi National Highway 8.

D.N Nagar

D.N.Nagar is a part of Andheri - the largest of Mumbai's suburbs in the state of Maharashtra, India. It is named after Dadabhai Naoroji. It is located within the triangle of Lokhandwala Complex, Seven Bungalows and Juhu Vile Parle Development Scheme (JVPD).

Versova

Versova is an up market neighbourhood in the Andheri area of Western Mumbai. Versova was originally a small fishing village of the Kolis, situated to the north of the old Mumbai city. Versova is primarily a residential neighbourhood. The surrounding vicinity boasts of many restaurants, malls etc. It is also famous for its beach.