KSRTC buses resume service; Train services partially restored

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Kozhikode: The KSRTC buses started services in most places in the state. The buses have started service on the MC road in Kottayam. The services through Thrissur- Kozhikode route have also begun.

The train services along Kottayam was restored. The KSRTC buses conducted service from Adoor to Kottayam. The Thiruvananthapuram- Kottayam services will resume soon.

The traffic restoration along the Ernakulam- Angamaly route is still underway. It is assumed that it would be possible by today evening.

The railway conducted a trial run along Kottayam route. The services are being conducted with speed restrictions. The service from Thiruvananthapuram via Alappuzha to Ernakulam was also restored.

The Thiruvananthapuram-Ernakulam rail services were fully restored. Special passenger trains will be conducting services from 8 am.

The authorities expect to restore the train services along Ernakulam- Shoranur route on Monday where the traffic has been completely disrupted.

Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation have restored all bus services to Kerala.

Details regarding KSRTC bus services from Kottayam

  • Kottayam-Kozhikode buses resume services
  • Perumbavoor-Angamaly area affected partially
  • No bus services along Mavelikkara- Parumala route
  • Kumily bus will service only upto Peerumedu
  • Buses running along Kottayam- Pala-Thodupuzha road
  • Ernakulam buses running along Kottayam- Kanjiramattom route
  • No services on Ernakulam road to Kottayam-Vaikkom
  • No services through Kottayam-Changanassery- Alappuzha
  • Buses service along Kottayam-Medical College- Neendoor-Kallara- Idayazham-Bund road via Alappuzha and Cherthala

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