Kerala Road transport Telephone Numbers



Journeying to the tranquil backwaters of the land of Halcyon sand and coconuts is guaranteed to be a pleasure, especially, if you are planning to take the road route. A plethora of highways facilitates hiccup free communication. Here is a list of some of the main highways that pumps blood into Kerala Road Transport.

  • National Highway 17
  • National Highway 47
  • National Highway 47A
  • National Highway 49
  • National Highway 208
  • National Highway 212
  • National Highway 213
  • National Highway 220


The Head Quarter of The Kerala Road Transport Corporation is in Trivandrum.
Telephone Number- 91-471- 2471011

Maps of India lists below major Kerala State Road Transport Corporation Bus Stops.

Alappuzha District
1. Alappuzha- 0477-2251518/ 2252501
2. Chengannur- 0479-2452213/2452352
3. Cherthala-0478- 2813052/2812582
4. Haripad-0479 -2412620
5. Kayamkulam -0479 2445249/2442022
6. Mavelikara 0479-2302282

Ernakulam District
7. Aluva -0484-2624007/2624242
8. Angamali- 0484-2453050
9. Ernakulam -0484-2360531/2372003
10.Kothamangalam- 0485- 2862202
11.Muvattupuzha- 0485- 2832626/ 2832321
12. North Paravur- 0484- 2444439/ 2442373
13. Perumbavoor- 0484- 2523411/ 2523416

Idukki District
14. Kumily- 0486- 2323400
15. Munnar- 0486- 5230201
16. Thodupuzha- 0486- 2222388

Kannur District
17. Kannur- 0497-2705960/ 2707777

Kasargode District
18. Kasargode- 0499-4225677/4230677

Kollam District
19. Karunagapally- 0476-2620466
20. Kollam-0474-2751053/ 2751053
21. Kotarrakkra -0474-2452812/2452622
21. Ochira- 0476- 2691520

Kottayam District
22. Changanasserry- 0481-2421824/2420245
23. Eratupettah -0482 2272230
24. Erumeli-0482 8212345
25. Kottayam 0481-2562935/2562908

Kozhikode District
26. Kozhikode -0495-2722771/2723796
27. Thamarassery- 0495- 2222217
28. Vadakara- 0496- 2523377

Malappuram District
29. Malappuram 0483-2736240/2734950
30. Nilambur - 04931-223929
31. Perinthalmanna- 0493- 3227422
32. Ponnani- 0494- 2666396

Palakkad District
33. Mannarkkad- 0492- 4225150
34. Palakkad- 0491- 2527298/ 2520098/2523907

Pathanamthitta District
35. Adoor-0473-24224767/ 24224764
36. Pamba- 0473- 2593445
37. Pandalam- 04734-255800
38. Pathanamthitta- 0468- 2229213/ 2222366
39. Thiruvalla- 0469- 2601345/ 2602945

Thiruvananthapuram District
40. Nedumangad- 0472- 2802396/ 2812235
41. Pappanamcode- 0471- 2491609/ 2494002
42. Poovar- 0471- 2210047
43. Trivandrum Central- 0471- 2323979/ 2323886
44. Trivandrum City- 0471- 2461013/ 2463029
45. Vithura- 0472- 2858686
46. Vizhinjam- 0471- 2480365/ 2481365

Thrissur District
47. Chalakudi- 0480 2701638
48. Guruvayur-0487 2556210 2556450
49. Irinjalakuda-0480-2823990
50. Kodungalloor-0480-2803155
51. Thrissur- 0487- 2421842/ 2421150

Wayanad District
52. Kalpetta- 04936-2203040/2202611
53. Mananthavady- 0493- 52240240/ 5240640
54. Sulthan Bathery-0493- 6220217

The KSRTC help desks also exists at the following places:
  • Ankamaly-0484- 2453050
  • Arynadu 0472-2853900
  • Attingal - 0470-2622394/ 2622202
  • Mala- 0480-2890438
  • Pala- 0482- 2212711/ 2212250
  • Ponkunnam- 0482- 8221333
  • Pathanapuram- 0475- 2353769
  • Vellanad- 0471- 2882986


Bangalore Help Desk Number- 080-22269508
Coimbatore Help Desk Number- 0422-2521614



     


     

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