Location
  TMC is 10 minutes walking distance from Karjat railway station based on a 100 meters bridge being constructed by the developer across the Ulhas River. Permission for the proposed bridge has been obtained and it is expected to be completed by 2011.

  Karjat is developing as a major railway junction connected by local trains to CST Mumbai, Khopoli, Panvel, Pune and Nashik.

  The railways have announced their intentions to divert long distance trains from the current Thane-Dadar-CST routing to Karjat-Vashi-CST routing. The broad gauge track started between Karjat and Panvel, allows the Harbour railway line to extend up to Karjat.

  Pune Highway, Nasik Highway, Goa Highway, Mumbai-Pune Expressway, other state highways are well connected to Karjat.

  The development of the four-lane State Highway 38 (from Chowk to Karjat) and State Highway 54 (New Panvel to Bhimashankar) will augment accessibility to this region.

  The proposed construction of the trans-harbour link between Sewri and Nhava will reduce the distance and offers faster connectivity to Karjat vide the state highway - 38 which starts at Nhava and winds its way to Karjat.

  The Government has recently announced their intention to develop the Virar-Murbad-Karjat-Khopoli Ring Road as a Mumbai by-pass to reduce traffic on the increasingly urbanized Ghodbunder Road.

  Private bus services linking the project to industrial locations of Thane, Ambernath, Badlapur, Khopoli, Patalganga and Panvel have been planned as a component of the TMC project.

  Karjat’s close proximity to Mumbai and upcoming infrastructure projects has created a strong interest in property in and around Karjat and a fast escalating investment appreciation potential.

  In addition to its excellent employment opportunities Karjat also boasts of quality educational institutes for various disciplines such as engineering, pharmacy, medical, management, advertising, and hospitality. You’ll also find Mass Media Advertising Institutes (AICAR) affiliated to the AICTE and University of Mumbai and various graduation colleges.

  A favoured destination during the rainy season Karjat is a preferred spot for weekend holidays, picnics, river rafting, trekking, hiking, and mountain climbing. It has several tourist attractions including Matheran, Palasdari , Khandala, Lonavla, Bhimashankar and Malshej Ghat.