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Transport Services in Tumkur

For any city to develop, it is important that they have an effective transport system. Being a popular religious tourist destination and one of the busiest industrial cities in the state of Karnataka, Tumkur has an efficient transport system via road, rail, bus and air to make traveling within and to the city much easier.

KSRTC of Tumkur

Traveling by Bus and Road

The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has a divisional office in Tumkur, which connects the city with other major cities like Bangalore. KSRTC successfully launched the bus service in Tumkur on Feburary 18, 2011 with around 50 buses running throughout the Tumkur district. A survey shows that around 60% of the population travel by two wheeler motors, making it the most preferred mode of transportation in the district, which is followed by KSRTC buses and Auto Rickshaw with a share of 17%. On an average 1200 persons per bus per day use the KSRTC bus service daily in Tumkur. Two major highways connect Bangalore and tumkur; NH 4 and NH 206.

Other than Bangalore, which is 73 kms from Tumkur, Tumkur is also well connected to Doddaballapur (57 kms), Tiptur (73 kms), Shravanabelaguia (110 kms), Chintamani (122 kms), Hassan (128 kms), Mysore (154 kms), Madikeri (230 kms) and Mangalore (301 kms). All the above cities are linked through KSRTC and through a few private travel services as well.

Travel by Rail

The railway system of Tumkur plays a major role in increasing the connectivity of tumkur with other major cities of the country. The railway structure of Tumkur comes under the South Western Railway Zone of India and has also been refurbished last year. There is a direct train service between Tumkur and Bangalore. The details are as follows:

No. 06501 Bangalore to Tumkur leaves Bangalore at 5:40 am and reaches Tumkur at 6:50 am. For return, the train, 06502, leaves Tumkur at 8:15 am and reached Bangalore at 9:50 am with only three stops, Yesvantpur, Chikbanavar and Kyatsandra, in between.

Tumkur has 17 railway stations with a length of 100.55 kms.

Travel by Air

The nearest airport from Tumkur City is the Bengaluru International Airport (BIA), which is roughly 67 kms from Tumkur. BIA is one the busiest airports in the country and connects all major flights to the rest of the country and world. Other airports near to Tumkur are Mysore Airport (125 kms), Salem Airport (220 kms) and Bajpe Airport, Mangalore (243 kms).

Travel By Sea

The nearest port to Tumkur city is the Mangalore Port, which is situated 305 kms from Tumkur and has a cargo capacity of 44 million tonnes.

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    chikkarasaiah from 2nd main road, 6th cross, Vijayanagar,Tumkur 781 Days ago

    Tumkur Division KSTRC has been providing city bus service around tumkur city and Tumkur has been made corporation and fasting growing it is very good but where the city bus services providing by KSTRC is only few important place, I am the resident of Vijayanagar Tumkur. The vijayanagar extension is total ignored/neglected by District Adminstration Tumkur The vijayanagar Extension is 2 kms to Railway station and bus station is 3 kms. The city buses is up to end of upparahalli flyover from that place to shettyhalli gate no bus services is available. I request to KSTRTC Divisional controller Tumkur please made route survey at least a extend the a city buses facility(mini bus services) from Upparahalli Masid to Devanur church so vijayanagar 6th cross,7th cross,5th Mookambika nagar it is more helpful to old age and school children

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    Mega S B from Tumkur 909 Days ago

    Is there city bus availability to kalidasa pu college Tumkur if there what's the timings

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