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Mr. Gaurav Vaidya sir
- ROAD NETWORKS
- TRANSPORT MEANS
Source images: Mysore city images from Google
MYSORE CITY PROFILE
Mysore, one of the largest districts
in Karnataka, is an important tourist
and heritage centre.
Mysore city is the second biggest
city of the State, which lies 135
Kms from the State Headquarters,
It is now the headquarters of
Mysore District covering an area
of more than 40 sq. km.
The city is well connected to the
neighboring States of Kerala and
Tamil Nadu through road and rail
State highways 17, 33, 88 pass
through Mysore connecting it to
Mysore is connected
by National Highway NH-212 to
the state border town
of Gundlupet, where the road
forks into the states
of Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
State Highway 17, which
connects Mysore to Bangalore,
was upgraded to a four-lane
highway in 2006, reducing travel
time between the two cities.
State Highways 33 and 88 connects Mysore city to H D
Kote and Madikeri respectively.
The existing four-lane road linking Mysore to Bangalore is being upgraded to a
six-lane highway, thus significantly reducing the commute time. `
Mysore city has radial and gridiron
pattern road network with arterial
roads originating from the city centre.
Palace is the focal point of origin of all
arterial roads running radially to outer
areas of the city. The city has 5 main
arterial roads, which are also the
State Highways connecting
Bangalore and Ooty
Bannur and Kanakapura
Hunsur and Mangalore
H.D. Kote and Manantvady
The total road network in the city
was 335 kilometers in 1971. It
increased to 432 kilometers in
1981, which accounts for 29% of
increase over a decade. There are
48 main roads in the city covering a
total length of around 58 km. As on
2011, the total length of all types
of roads was about 1773 km.
The Karnataka State Road Transport corporation (KSRTC)
and other private agencies operate buses both within the
city and between cities.
Within the city, buses are cheap and popular means of
transport, auto-rickshaws are available, and tongas (horse-drawn
carriages) are popular.
Mysore also has a 42.5-kilometre (26.4 mi) long ring
road that is being upgraded to six lanes by the MUDA.
Vehicles registered in Mysore as on year 2011
S no. Types of vehicles Total No. of
1. 2 – wheelers 286079
2. Cars 32431
3. Auto rickshaws 14677
4. Motor cab 1615
5. Omni Buses 2757
6. KSRTC & Pvt. Buses 2693
7. Trucks 5937
8. Others 8825
Source: Outer Ring Road Mysore Project
KSRTC IN MYSORE
A new division of KSRTC called
Mysore City Transport
Corporation (MCTC) has been
Number of City Depot &
Terminals: 2 each
Number of Schedules: 232
Distance operated / Day (City
+Sub Urban): 56127 km
Total Trips / Day: 4384
Number of Passengers Carried /
Day: 1.79 lakhs
Average Bus Route Length: 11.2
Speed: 15-20 km/hour
OUTER RING ROAD (ORR)
Outer Ring Road (ORR) around Mysore City was conceived to
divert the traffic from the city area, which are crossing through the
city and minimize the congestion within the city.
The entire length of ORR takes off from Bangalore – Mysore
Road (SH-17) and circumferences Mysore City on the western
side crossing KRS Road, Hunsur Road, Bogadi Road, HD Kote
Road and joins the Ooty Road near the Regulated Market; and in
the eastern side crossing Bannur Road and joins Mahadevpura
Road near Star Poultry Farm.
Along the western side of the city, the ORR of 25 km stretch is
mainly 2 lane which is proposed to be widened to 4 lane divided
carriageway. Towards the eastern side, 7.2 Km stretch ORR is 4
lane divided carriageway of 20m wide and 9.5 Km stretch between
Bannur and Nanjangud is yet to be tackled.
Mysore is the railway junction for the district,
and rail lines connect Mysore city to Bangalore
to the northeast via Mandya, the rail junction at
Hassan to the northwest, and Chamarajanagar
via Nanjangud to the south east.
The first railway line established in
the city was the Bangalore–Mysore
Junction metre gauge line, which was
commissioned in 1882.
Mysore railway station has three
lines, connecting it to
Bangalore, Hassan and Chamarajan
Mysore Airport also known as Mandakalli
Airport is an airport serving the city
Distance from the City:10 Kms .
After the airport was commissioned for
operation in 2010, Kingfisher Airlines
operated daily flights, connecting
Mysore with Chennai, Delhi, Mumbai
The flights operated with nearly 75%
occupancy inbound to Mysore, while the
occupancy was said to be low in the
outbound from Mysore.
Chartered flights have been operating
since the airport was recommissioned,
with 150 flights operating in 2010 and
155 in 2011.