Shared jeeps to Srinagar start from the ramp just south of the old bus station, but there can be lots of manoeuvring between vehicles and a potentially long wait.
This new taxi stand on the west of town near the petrol pump is the place to arrange a long-distance taxi.
The three-minute ride saves you a vertical climb of just 54m en route to Makhdoom Sahib on Hari Parbat.
Early morning buses to Kishtwar and Gulabgarh in southeast J&K start from Indira Chowk.
Flies Leh–Delhi direct (daily) plus via Srinagar (Wednesday) or via Jammu (thrice weekly).
Jammu Tawi, Jammu’s main train station, is south of the river, 5km from the bus station.
Flies Leh–Delhi twice daily April to mid-October, and other months five days a week.
Handily central stand for jeep charters and shared taxis to Leh, Jammu and Kargil.
Central office in the back corner of the J&K Tourism complex courtyard.
Shared taxis to Anantnag (₹80), where you can change for Pahalgam.