Amroha Transport is well connected to the Indian capital New Delhi by rail and road. Amroha railway station is located on the Delhi-Moradabad line and all passenger trains and most express trains stop here. The Amroha railway station is on a line formed by the Awadh and Rohilkhand Railways, 868 miles from Kolkata. Amroha is about 5 km from NH 24, a four-lane highway that connects New Delhi to Lucknow. Amroha railway station is a major railway station in Amroha district, Uttar Pradesh, established in 1885. Its code is AMRO. It operates in the city of Amroha. The station has three platforms. The platforms are not well sheltered. It lacks many facilities including water and sanitation.
The station is located on the Delhi-Moradabad line by the Awadh and Rohilkhand Railways and all passenger trains and most express trains stop here.
Amroha is located on National Highway 24, (Delhi to Lucknow National Highway) which connects it to the states of Muradabad, Garh Mukteshwar, Hapur Districts of Uttar Pradesh. Major road in Amroha city is National Highway 24. Road density is higher in the central part of the city around the bus stand and railway station. Uttar Pradesh Transport Corporation (UPSRTC), is a public sector passenger road transport corporation that is a major component of the transportation system in Uttar Pradesh, which operates intracity and intercity bus service. There are also private transport operators operating around 10000 buses on non-nationalized routes along some interstate routes. Other means of travel for local inter-city transport are public transport buses, auto-rickshaws, cycle rickshaws, and Vikram vehicles.