Reach Mangalore by Road

To reach Mangalore by road, one can avail the good and motorable roadways at Mangalore. The roadways of Mangalore city link it with the remaining part of the country. Many buses ply on these roads, which help to communicate between all the major parts of the subcontinent of India.

There are two national highways in this city of Karnataka, which help the travelers to travel here from different important places of the country. These two highways are the National Highway 17 and the National Highway 48. There are two major types of buses that ply on the roads of the city. These are the private buses and the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation buses.

To reach Mangalore by road, one can avail the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation buses from a number of significant places of the country to reach Mangalore. These places are Mysore, Goa, Bangalore and Mumbai.
The private buses offer good-quality transportation services and can also be availed at quite affordable rates.

The national highways form the main Mangalore roadways and link the city with both the important places of Bangalore and Goa. The road distance between Goa and Mangalore is about 395 kms and that between Bangalore and Mangalore is about 347 kms.

There are a few luxury buses that ply between Mangalore and Manipal. These buses are meant to cater to the needs of the tourists. Buses are also available from Ernakulam to reach Mangalore. If one wants to travel to Mangalore from either Chennai or Hyderabad, then he can avail the direct bus services from these places.

Last Updated on 21 September 2011

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