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KSRTC, the fond name for Kerala State Road Transport Corporation, connects the state well on road. As one of the oldest operated and managed public transports of India.

The history of Kerala State Road Transport Corporation began whilst the development of the transport industry it wasn’t booming enough like today.

Bike rider fighting with KSRTC Driver

Elephant spotted infront of KSRTC passengers at Muthanga – Bandipur route

Pepole sleeping in ksrtc bus stand with peace

Video – Shyam TS


KSRTC Buses through Thodupuzha – Idukki Route…


Video – Sreehari Kollamattam

Video – Santhosh Kuttans

The earliest of the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation was the Travancore State Transport Department, constituted by the King Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma, with the intent of reorganizing the transportation services of the former state. E.G. Salter, Assistant Operating Superintendent of London Passenger Transport Board, was appointed as Superintendent of the Transport Department on 20 September 1937.The Transport Department grew with nationalisation of key interstate routes such as Thiruvananthapuram–Kanyakumari route and the Palakkad–Coimbatore route.

The first fleet consisted of 60 Comet chassis fitted with Perkins diesel engines, imported from England. The bodies of the buses were built by the staff of the Travancore State Transport Department under the supervision of the Superintendent. The model for the selection of operating staff continues to be followed by the current operating staff. The Transport Department gave preference in recruitment for those who were likely to lose their private transport company jobs resulting from the nationalization of Thiruvananthapuram–Kanyakumari route. Thus the Transport Department began with a staff of about a hundred graduates appointed as Inspectors and Conductors.

The State Motor Service was inaugurated by The King Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma on 20 February 1938. He and his kin were the first passengers of the system on the inaugural trip; Superintendent Salter was the driver of the bus. This bus, along with the thirty-three other buses brought on road driving through the Kowdiar Square was an attraction at that time.

Following the enactment of the Road Transport Corporation Act in 1950, the Government of Kerala formulated KSRTC rules in 1965 by Section 44. The Transport Department was converted into an autonomous corporation on 1 April 1965 and the Keralacation dated 15 March 1965. KSRTC buses are the registered under a dedicated RTO at Thiruvananthapuram with the registration series KL-15.

KSRTC has 28 depots, 45 sub depots, 19 operating centres, 28 station master offices, 5 workshops and 3 staff training colleges spread throughout the Kerala. In 1995 Kerala State Road Transport Corporation ventured into the technical education field by establishing an engineering college named Sree Chitra Thirunal College of Engineering at Pappanamcode on its Central Workshop premises

Scania Garuda Maharaja
Volvo Garuda AC Multi axle Airbus
Super Deluxe Airbus
Sabari Airbus
Minnal delux air bus
Volvo Low Floor
Non AC low floor bus
Super Express
Super Fast
Fast Passenger
Silver Line Jet
Venad/Malabar Limited Stop
Ananthapuri City/Thiru Kochi City
Double Decker
Vestibule bus
Pink bus, Short wheel base / Ordinary Bus

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