Tuesday, June 15, 2010

BMTC introduces new routes

BMTC introduces new routes

Express News Service First Published : 14 Jun 2010 05:41:17 AM IST
BANGALORE: In a bid to encourage people to use public transportation and help cut down on traffic congestion, air and noise pollution in the city, the Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) has introduced three inner ring road routes on the lines of Big-10 on Sunday.
The inner ring road routes, which are called ‘Kendriya Sarige’, have been introduced to connect all major layouts with the three major bus stands at Majestic, Shivajinagar and KR Market.
The BMTC also plans to operate a total of 36 schedules on the three routes, K-1, K-2 and K-3, to ease traffic congestion at major areas in the city. Buses will be operated for every 15 minutes in the first phase between 6 am and 10.15 pm.
K-1 route
K-1 route will be operated from St John’s Hospital to Srinivagilu, Domlur, Indiranagar Police Station, Ulsoor, Trinity Circle, Mayo Hall, Shivajinagar, J C Nagar via Mekhri Circle to reach Yeshwantpur Railway Station.
K-2 route
K-2 route will be operated from Hebbal to Kuvempu Circle, Devasandra, MS Ramaiah Hospital, Yeshwantpur, Modi Hospital, Shankar Mutt, Havanur Circle, Vijayanagar to MCTC bus stand.
K-3 route
K-3 route will be operated from Basaveshwara bus stand to Vijayanagar, MCTC, Sirsi Circle, Chamarajpet, Basavanagudi, Shanti Theatre, Jayanagar bus stand, Carmel Convent, Shiva Balayogi Ashram, Bangalore Milk Dairy via St John’s Hospital, to reach Koramangala.


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