The BMTC has launched a Volvo service in the central business district which connects all the hotspots in 2 circular routes, at a low, convenient fare of 10/- for an all day pass! Just hop on and hop off wherever you need to go. All the major malls, intersections are covered, and you’ll get to walk and discover the pleasures of Bangalore’s happening zone too.
Ride The Bus! CBD Bangalore HOHO Service.
Thsi service is called the Kendriya Sarige (just ask for KS, eh ?) and you’re guaranteed a bus every 5 minutes or so! Another service – the “Big10” (2 routes start today) connects the entire city using regular (10 minute frequency!) buses on the major arterial roads. Here’s a map of the routes and a list of stops on both the Blue line and the Orange line. I’m very very impressed with Namma BMTC and will definitely make use of Namma Bus 🙂 Bangalore, do try and not take the car to CBD – ride the bus instead! Saves fuel, pollution, congestion and encourages the city to think of more progressive options. Public transport options have been a chicken and egg story for a while, but BMTC has taken the first steps forward. Now its upto us to use it or lose it. Update: The Big10’s are starting on 2 routes today – E-City and ITPL. Fromt next week, they’ll start on the Sarjapura Road-Viveknagar-Brigade Road route too! Yay – it’ll probably pass my office too 🙂