Mumbai is the most populous city of India, but it has a road length of mere 2,000 KM. Its population is more than 1.25 crore. The capital city of Maharashtra is also the financial capital of the country. The vehicle population in Mumbai is 36 lakh. The Silicon Valley of India, Bengaluru fares better than Mumbai with road length and the number of the vehicle. Thus, the title of the financial capital of the country of Mumbai may be in imminent danger. It may lag behind in comparison to fast-growing Bengaluru.
According to data, Bengaluru has over 80 lakh vehicles and 10,000 KM long roads. This city is the third most populous city of the country. Its population is more than 84 lakh as per 2011 census. The national capital Delhi has 1.5 crore vehicles and 30,000 KM long roads. Its population is 1.10 crore as per 2011 census. The vehicle population of Chennai is 56 lakh and that of Hyderabad is 52 lakh. It suggests that our Mumbai is on 5th rank in terms of a number of vehicles. If richness is calculated on the basis of a number of vehicles, Mumbai is on 5th place.
Bengaluru is the Information Technology hub of India. It is popular among Indian youths as it provides better opportunities for their career growth. Nowadays, every growing business also gives priority to Bengaluru and tries to have an office or a business branch in the city.