‘The most efficient route in the world’: The best and most efficient way to travel by train, bus and metro

A new study has shown that the safest, most efficient, and most environmentally-friendly route for travelling by train and bus is through the city of Mumbai.

The study, conducted by the Transport Research Institute (TRI), is the most comprehensive to date on the city’s train network, which stretches from the eastern outskirts of Mumbai to the northern city of Cochin.

The researchers, led by Prof Shashi Varma of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, analysed the routes of the three major lines, the Gogar, Rajdhani and Metro Rail.

They also analysed the journey times by using a number of data sources.

The study, which was published in the journal Transport Research Letters, showed that the most efficient routes were the Metro Rail, the suburban Gogarmur and the suburban Rajdani.

The Metro Rail was the fastest, followed by the suburban and suburban Rajmahal, the researchers found.

The Gogagar line was the least efficient, followed closely by the commuter trains and the commuter-friendly Metro Express trains.

The survey also showed that most of the stations in Mumbai are very crowded and that the metro lines are usually a short walk away from major tourist destinations.

It was also found that most people are happy to take the MetroRail, which is convenient for many people, Varma said.

The other major lines are the Delhi-Gurgaon Metro Rail and the Delhi Metro, which are not crowded and have better amenities.

The Delhi Metro is less crowded and more accessible to people with disabilities.

The two other lines are less crowded but are not accessible to those with disabilities and are less accessible to all.

The most sustainable and most eco-friendly routes, which do not involve trains, buses or metro, are the Metro Express, Metro Gogari and the Metro Gurgaon, according to the study.

The report also showed the best and worst times to travel to a certain destination.

The data showed that on average, people prefer to travel from Cochin to Mumbai through the suburbs, Varyagarh and Mumbai’s western outskirts.

On average, the trip from Mumbai to Cochin takes 13 minutes, with about 40% taking the Metro-Express and the rest taking Metro GOGAR.

The average trip time to Mumbai from Cooch Behar to Mumbai took 26 minutes, compared with 17 minutes in Mumbai from the western outskirts to the western suburbs.

The Mumbai metro network is one of the fastest growing in India and has the largest capacity.

It is now estimated to carry more than 10 million people each day.

The research also showed there is a need for more metro lines in Mumbai.

The city has around 1,000 Metro Rail stations, but about 1,600 metro lines and 500 bus lines.

The authors also suggested the creation of a metro line connecting Cochin and Gurgaons metro lines.

The metro lines can then serve a larger number of people, they said.