India has the world's second largest road network, aggregating over 3.34 million km and carry about 65 per cent of freight and 80 per cent of passenger traffic
Indian railways system has the largest rail network in Asia and is the world's second largest working under a single management.
The Indian coast line comprises of 12 major ports,187 minor ports and ranks 16th among the maritime countries and has one of the largest merchant shipping fleet
India has the 3rd largest aviation market, after USand China
The transport sector is also the second largest consumer of energy, next only to industry and commercial energy consumption
India's first private airport in the country: Bengaluru International Airport
Bangalore is India's third city to get metro rail. Phase I is operational and is 42.3 km long. It is proposed to have 134 km of metro rail length by 2017.
The 9th major port in India is the New Mangalore Port with the deepest inner harbor on the western coast of India.
Budget Allocation: Budgetary Allocations for Infrastructure Sector, especially for improving Air, Rail and Marine connectivity has increased at 63% from US $ 88.5 million in 2009-10 to US $ 143 million in 2010-11.
Airport: Development of low-cost regional airports and airstrips with investments of US$ 542-million in a public- private-partnership mode.
Port: Expansion of major ports and construction of new ports.
Road: The Government of India has provided US$ 34.4- million (! 165-crore) in Viability Gap Funding Grant and Government of Karnataka has allocated US$ 19.2-million (92-crore) for PPP-based projects on development of roads.
PPP-based projects for expansion of railway connectivity within the state of Karnataka.
The aim it to improve rail connectivity to ports.
A high speed train link is planned to Bangalore International Airport from Bangalore city.
134 km in Mass Rapid Transit System with investment potential of US$ 5,625-million
Logistics: Road and Rail infrastructure, and growth in presence of third- and fourth-party logistics providers