KSRTC driver using a single hand to take Hairpin Bend.. Video…
The Driver of the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation bus From Mysore to Thrissur via Bandipur, Mananthavady was so Cool that even on a Wet and Slippery Road he just used a single hand to take Hairpin Bend.
The bus passed through 3 states KA, TN, KL This route is the best for Travellers as one can see .The Bandipur NP .Mudumalai NP .as well as the dense forests of Kerala.
Date:-11-06-2016 , Camera:- Nikon P530
Video – Jerin George
The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) is a state-owned road transportation company in the state of Karnatakain India. KSRTC has the largest fleet of Volvo buses among state owned transport companies. It is wholly owned by the Government of Karnataka.
The after independence Mysore Government Road Transport Department (MGRTD) was opened with 120 buses on 12th September 1948. KSRTC was set up in 1961 under the provisions of Road Transport Corporation Act, 1950. It is wholly owned by the Government of Karnataka. No private partnership in KSRTC. In August 1997, KSRTC was divided to form Bengaluru Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC).
In November 1997, another new road transport corporation called North Western Karnataka Road Transport Corporation (NWKRTC) was formed to cater to the transportation needs of North Western parts of Karnataka. Later, the North Eastern Karnataka Road Transport Corporation (NEKRTC) was also formed with its corporate office in Gulbarga.