Gurgaon (Now Gurugram), the financial and commercial hub of North India has witnessed rapid urbanization in last one decade. 50% of Fortune 500 companies are based in Gurgaon and thus, is the most sought for residential areas in and around NCR. The city lacks on adequate power and water supply and largely depends on power backups in societies and offices. Gurgaon is one of the top charting cities in terms of living index cost.
Public transport in Gurgaon is mostly covered by government buses, Rapid Metro and Delhi Metro on Yellow line. Private buses & vans, reserved and shared auto rickshaws also ply in the city. There are ten subway/metro stations in Gurgaon. New Gurgaon is better connected in terms of public transit due to metros and buses, however old Gurgaon is still surviving on shared autos and buses. NH8 which divides New and Old Gurgaon is the best means to connect Gurgaon with Jaipur and Delhi. Gurgaon Railway station is a major station on Delhi Jaipur route.