Marol is a part of the Andheri (East) suburb located on the northern side of Mumbai, India.
Marol is strategically located close to the western express highway and in close proximity to Andheri railway station. Located off the Andheri-Kurla and Andheri-Ghatkopar link roads, it has good east-west connectivity.
There is excellent bus connectivity to all parts of the city of Mumbai.
Marol also has close and easy links to Mumbai’s three suburban railway lines – Andheri (Western), Ghatkopar (Central) and Kurla (Central/Harbour).
It is a central point along Mumbai’s first overhead Metro rail link, Mumbai Metro Line 1, that connects Marol Naka and Airport Road stations to the Ghatkopar in the east and Andheri to Versova in the west of Mumbai. Construction work of the Metro line III project is undergoing which will pass through Marol Naka. According to Dr. E. Sreedharan, known as the ‘Metro-man of India’, Metro line III project is the most challenging and technically the most complex metro project of the country.
The Terminal 2 (locally referred to as the International terminal) of Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is situated 1.4 km from Marol Naka.