KSRTC borrows buses from BMTC to meet demand
Many passengers were stranded at the Kempegowda bus station though KSRTC said it borrowed 200 buses from the BMTC to provide necessary service.
The KSRTC has provided about 3,300 buses for election duty and to the police for the second phase of polling scheduled on April 18.
The corporation will shift vehicles from low demand routes to high passenger density routes. This includes additional services from taluk to other taluks, district headquarters and to Bengaluru.
Districts in north Karnataka will vote on April 23. Additional services will be operated from Bengaluru to cater to passengers travelling to those districts, the KSRTC said.