Karnataka and Kerala entered into a fresh supplemental inter-state transport agreement, in the light of increased passenger traffic between the two states.
The two states were already party to a principal agreement and four supplemental agreements. The earlier inter-state transport agreement was signed in 2007-08.
KSRTC Managing Director B N S Reddy and the managing director of the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation, Antony Chacko, met on Friday to finalise the routes of the State transport undertakings for the proposed agreement.
Karnataka will operate 102 buses on 29 routes, covering 12,375 km and Kerala will operate 84 buses on 17 routes, covering 12,294 km.