By Airways: Pune now has an international-deemed airport, with flights to Singapore and Dubai. Pune could see flights to New York, London, and Shanghai (via Mumbai) in the next few years. Domestic flights are available to most metropolitan cities in India.
By Railways: Pune is very well connected by rail to all the major cities in India. The city has two main railway stations, Pune Junction and Shivajinagar Station; most trains halt at Pune Junction. Pune suburban trains also run from Pune Junction to industrial towns of Khadki, Pimpri, Chinchwad etc.
By Roadways: Pune has excellent external road, connectivity to almost all important cities in India. It is extremely well connected to most of the important cities in India like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Chennai.
By Other Means: Maharashtra state transport buses are most commonly used by people to travel to rural parts of India. They are the cheapest means of transport. State owned and private air-conditioned bus services run daily buses to most important cities to and from Pune. The bus frequency is extremely good.
Pune, formerly known as Punavadi (in medieval times) and Poona by the British, is a city located in the western Indian state of Maharashtra. Referred to as the “Queen of the Deccan,” Pune is the cultural capital of the Maharashtrians whose native language is Marathi.
Marathi is the most widely spoken language here although English, Hindi are also used. Pune is a cosmopolitan city. The city has witnessed a sizeable investment in the software and automobile sectors, resulting in an influx of skilled labor from all over India. Several suburbs are now completely cosmopolitan and real-estate prices have boomed since 2003.