Connectivity plays a major role in the decision-making process of buying a home. A well-connected location having various modes of commute options is an ideal place to buy your home. In terms of development, Dahisar is amongst the most preferred residential locations in Mumbai. Let’s have a look at how it fares, connectivity-wise.
Dahisar to Churchgate: Dahisar lies on the Western Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. So you can catch a direct train from Dahisar to Churchgate. The ride will take you approx. 50 minutes and cost a mere Rs. 15/- If road is what works for you, then get onto Western Express Highway which connects Dahisar to Bandra. From there you can either take the Bandra Worli Sea link (toll charges apply) or continue via Dadar (no toll charges) and make it to Churchgate in about an hour during off-peak hours. You can also board BEST buses from Dahisar to Dadar and get another bus from Dadar to Churchgate.
Dahisar To Bandra: Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) is one of the biggest commercial hub of Mumbai. If your office space is located in BKC or you wish to head to Bandra for some shopping either way reaching Bandra from Dahisar is super easy. Just follow the Western Express Highway, it starts right at Dahisar and ends at Bandra! Alternatively, you can get a train from Dahisar station. The train ride will take you approx. 30 minutes. You can also board a local BEST bus to Bandra.
Dahisar To Kurla: The distance is approx. 27 km. By road, you can cover this distance in approx. 40 minutes during off-peak hours. Kurla lies on the Central Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network so there are no direct trains between Dahisar and Kurla. That said you board a train upto Bandra and then take an auto/cab/bus from there to Kurla. Alternatively, you can board a train from Dahisar upto Dadar and from Dadar board the Central Railway line train to Kurla.
Dahisar to Thane: Via road, you can reach Thane in 2 ways. Option 1 is to head north and reach Thane via Mira Bhayander, this route is shorter but includes toll charges. Option 2 is to head south onto Western Express Highway and crossover Powai lake to Thane. This route is longer but is toll-free. Following either route, you can reach Thane comfortably in under 1hr during off-peak hours. Also, local buses managed by Thane Municipal Transport run from Dahisar to Thane. Thane lies on the Central Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network so to reach Thane from Dahisar you need to switch to Central Railway Line at Dadar railway station.
Dahisar to Vashi (Navi Mumbai): Mumbai’s excellent road network ensures you can drive this distance in a little over an hour during off-peak hours. You need to follow Western Express Highway upto Santacruz then head over to Santacruz Chembur Link Road (SCLR) and follow Mumbai Bengaluru Highway to reach Vashi. Vashi lies on the Harbour Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network, so there are no direct trains between Dahisar and Vashi. You need to travel from Dahisar to Dadar -Dadar to Kurla – Kurla to Vashi switching 3 trains to make the trip. Mumbai Metro’s line 2 will connect Dahisar to Mankhurd directly via DN Nagar (Andheri). This line is expected to be functional by 2020 and will make it a breeze to travel from Dahisar to Mankhurd and further to Navi Mumbai.
Dahisar to Mira Road: By road, this distance is a mere 9 km and can easily be covered in less than 20 minutes. You can also catch a direct train from Dahisar to Mira Road Railway Station which only takes 5 minutes.
Dahisar is serviced by Ola/Uber and you can avail their services to travel to and from Dahisar at all times. So now you know how to reach any part of Mumbai from Dahisar! Go on buying your dream home in Dahisar and live in comfort and luxury!