Kollam by Road



Reaching Kollam by road does not pose a problem to tourists who want to visit the city from different regions of India. For traveling to Kollam by road, tourists have to rely on the services of buses, coaches and rented cars. Well developed private and public transport

Good-quality bus services are available in the city like those offered by Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation and there are also private bus services. The KSRTC runs a variety of buses like express, deluxe and fast buses for providing utmost comfort and convenience to the passengers who want to travel to Kollam by road. Other than buses, tourist can also hire chauffeur driven cars. For those traveling from the vicinity of Kollam, auto rickshaws and yellow top taxis are very popular.

The roads of Kollam are well paved for all kinds of motor vehicles. Several highways and other arterial roads connect the city with other important destinations within the state and outside. The well maintained National Highway 47 connects important tourists destinations of Kerala with Kollam. Some of the places that are linked by the highway are Karunagapalli, Kottarakara, Punalur, Kundara, Elukone and Killikollur. People traveling from the neighboring state of Tamil Nadu can use this highway. Good quality state highways like Kollam-Shencottah Road, Main Central Road and Punalur-Pala-Muvattupuzha Highway also pass through Kollam. Thus it is very easy for people residing in the nearby towns and cities to reach their desired destination.

Visiting Kollam by road is one of the most popular options for travelers as the city is well connected with the major cities of India, through a proper road network.



Last Updated on 9/15/2011



     


     

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