TRANSPORT

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Kerala is the southwestern state of India with alluring beauty. It is well connected state in all means. It has all three mode of transportation. Tourists can explore nook and corner of the state using various mode of transport, with ease. Good infrastructure has carved the path for swift voyage. Broad network of road has enabled efficient land transportation. KSRTC (Kerala State Transport Corporation) provide services within the state as well as to all major cities of neighboring states. Private bus commutes within the urban and rural limits. Kerala is linked to almost all other states through rail networks. The state has three major airports which connect Kerala with other countries. Along with a major seaport, Kerala have efficient inland water transport. These well connected modes of transport have played a vital role in steep development of Kerala’s tourism industry.

Roadways

Broad network of road has enabled efficient land transportation. Both public and private transport system are available for the commuter. KSRTC (Kerala State Transport Corporation) provide services within the state as well as to all major cities of neighboring states. Private bus commutes within the urban and rural limits. Taxis and auto rickshaws are another private mode of transport available in cities and rural areas.

Railways

Kerala is linked to almost all other states through rail networks. Trains from Kerala go as far to Jammu-Kashmir in the north and as far to Assam in the Northeast of India. Kerala has both electrified as well as non-electrified rail routes.

Airways

Thiruvananthapuram, Cochin (Kochi) and Calicut (Kozhikode) are the three major airports which connect Kerala with other countries. There are international flights to Singapore, Colombo, Male, Muscat, Bahrain, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai, which commute daily. There are domestic flights to all major Indian cities.

Waterways

Kerala have efficient inland water transport. Cochin is the major port in Kerala where international cruisers are anchored. Kerala has copious water bodies. Along with a major port there are 17 non-major ports. Inland water transport systems are common in Kollam, Alapuzha, Kottayam, and Ernakulam districts of the state.

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