Infrastructure of Mangalore



Mangalore is a city situated in the state of Karnataka in India. The state government of Karnataka has been taking a lot of initiative to improve the infrastructure of all the cities including Mangalore. The most striking fact about the infrastructure of Mangalore is the fact that the Karnataka government has invested the highest amount in different infrastructural activities of the state.

The government is encouraging the participation of the private-sector companies to invest more and more amount in the infrastructural development of Mangalore. In an attempt to enhance the private-sector participation in such projects, the government has promised to give concessions in case of investments of more than Rs. 100 crore.

The airport of Mangalore is the second airport after the airport of Bangalore that operates flights to destinations outside the country.
The railways of the city, namely, the National Highway 17 and the National Highway 48 form an important part of the transportation infrastructure of Mangalore. There are three important railways in Mangalore. These are Kerala -Mangalore Railways, Konkan Railways and Hassan Mangalore Railways.

The condition of the health infrastructure at Mangalore has also shown a great deal of progress with a number of government as well as private hospitals opening up in the city, which provide medical services for different kinds of health-related problems.

One of the prime sectors of Mangalore that have shown a great deal of development is the power sector. The production of power and its large-scale distribution are being emphasized.



Last Updated on 21 September 2011

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