Ghodbunder Road ( also known as GB road ) is one of the major roads leading out of Thane,a suburb of Mumbai in the Mumbai Metropolitan area. It is classified as a state highway and is named as MH SH 42 (Maharashtra State Highway 42).
As the name suggests, it leads to the historical town of Ghodbunder. It is approximately 20 km long and links the two main arterial roads of Mumbai - the Eastern Express Highway which starts at Sion and terminates at Thane and the Western Express Highway which starts at Bandra (East) and becomes the National Highway leading to Gujarat. Scenic View along Ghodbunder Road
One of the more interesting aspects of Ghodbunder Road is that it cuts across dense forests which form part of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. It also skirts the Vasai Creek for most of its route and provides scenic views of the forest across the creek.
In spite of development encroaching on the forest, a lot of flora and fauna continue to survive and prosper. Another less-known fact about Ghodbunder is that it is lined with numerous historical monuments like the Ghodbunder fort.
Project listed by Mumbaipropmart in Ghodbunder Road