Kurla- Ghatkopar- Vikhroli
- Kurla is one of the busiest railway station of Mumbai Suburban railway on the central and harbor railway lines of Mumbai. Also one of the major suburbs of Mumbai, Kurla was made Bombay limits which were expanded in 1918. To connect Kurla to Chembur, a new railway line was set up and then later on extended to Mankhurd and now much more till Panvel. The commercial value of Kurla was further increased with the formation of Bandra - Kurla Commercial complex. Kurla is blessed with its own rail junction and is situated 3.5 km from the domestic airport. From Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, it is approximately 14 km away and 13.5 km from Mumbai Central.
- Ghatkopar & Vikhroli- A quaint village in Mumbai in 1920s and 1930s, Ghatkopar is one of the richest suburbs. It is linked by one principal road connecting Bombay on Southside and Thane in north i.e. Agra. Ghatkopar is a bustling and lively town with all kinds of eateries, shopping centers with jewellery shops, cloth shops and many more. Jolly Gymkhana offer sports facilities to the local people. Chatkopar is also popular for Navaratri festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm The approximate distance between Ghatkopar and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is 18 km. Ghatkopar offers good education to its people as is evident from several schools and professional institutes in the area. The major private elementary schools in Ghatkopar include North Bombay Welfare Society High School (Ghatkopar West), Fatima High School (in the border area with Vidyavihar), Gurukul High School (Ghatkopar East), Garodia High School (Garodia Nagar), Ramji Assar High School (Ghatkopar East). The major college in Ghatkopar is the Somaiya family of colleges (Arts, Science, Management, Engineering and Medicine). Moreover, the suburb is served by at least three Municipal schools.