Transportation in Kochi



Kochi, being one of the most important cities of the state of Kerala in India, is not only well connected to the rest of the country, but also offers sufficient means of communication to travel within the city with convenience.

The transportation in Kochi is an important segment of the city. It is an important center in Kerala, as it houses a variety of industries as varied as information technology and tourism. There are three basic means of transportation at Kochi. These are the auto rickshaws, taxis, ferries, trains and buses.

The auto rickshaw is the most important means of transportation of Kochi. You can easily avail an auto rickshaw in the daytime, but, at night, it is not available that frequently. The auto rickshaw is a convenient mode of communication across the entire city of Kochi both for the people who come here for leisure and those who visit the place for professional purposes. Taxies can also be availed for traveling in Kochi.

Ferries are one of the most economic modes of Kochi transportation. If you are planning to visit the city of Kochi in a large group, then it is convenient to avail the bus services of the city. You can easily board a bus for traveling between the significant places of Ernakulam and Mattancherry.

The transportation in Kochi is facilitated by three railway stations. These three railway stations are located in the town of Ernakulam, at the Ernakulam Junction and the terminus of the harbor of Kochi.



Last Updated on : 30/08/2013











     


     

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