ADH - Andheri Railway Station
|Type of Station||Regular|
|Number of platforms||9|
|Elevation||14Meters Above The Sea Level|
|Airport Nearby||Mumbai Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport/BOM|
Andheri is a passenger rail station located at Andheri suburb of Mumbai. It serves the Western line and Harbour lines of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. The station also inter-connects the Line 1 of the Andheri metro station. Andheri station first came under prominence after the development of Salsette-Trombay Railway services in 1928 by the British Empire of India during the pre-independence period. With a pre-eminent number of passengers boarding daily, it has been termed "one of the busiest stations" in Mumbai surpassing Ghatkopar station on the Central line. In 2014, the station, along with Jogeshwari and Goregaon stations, was re-developed and expanded with the expenditure of ₹103 crore (US$15 million). In addition, the station has two bus stations operating more than 30 bus routes.
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