Did you know about BMTC route 366MA?

Siddharth observes BMTC has introduced some new routes like 500KG, 500DF, 600B, 343K etc and shares the details.

There was quite a news in all the papers regarding the new feeder routes launched by BMTC last month-but unknown to many, there were lot more unannounced routes that were too introduced. Some of the recently introduced routes are as follows:

  • Volvo 500KG: Gottigere-JD Mara-Jayadeva-BTM-Agara-Marathahalli-ITPL
  • Volvo 500DF: Hebbal-Kalyan Nagar-KR Puram-Hoodi-Vydehi Hospital-ITPL
  • Volvo 600B: Byrasandra-Jayanagar(4th and 9th block)-BTM-silk board-Bommanhalli-Electronic city-Attibelle
  • AC Marcopolo 343K: Majestic-Corporation-Jayanagar-BTM-Silk board-Begur Vishwapriya Layout
  • 410E: HSR Layout-Silk board-Banashankari-Kathriguppe-Nayandahalli-Vijayanagar-sunakdgatte-Jalahalli Cross
  • 340T: Agara-Silk Board-BTM-Jayanagar-South End-Corporation-Majestic
  • 364E (Reintroduced): Devarachikkanhalli-JP Nagar 3rd phase-East End-Jayanagar-Shantinagar-Shivajinagar-Mekhri Circle-Bhoopsandra
  • 366MA: Kaggalipura-Bannerghatta circle-Gottigere-J.P.Nagar 3rd phase-Jayanagar-South End- KR Market
  • 372H: Nisarga Layout-Bannerghatta circle-Gottigere-Jambusavari Dinne- Puutenhalli-JP Nagar 15th cross-Jayanagar TTMC
  • 500DA: Yelahanka-Hebbal-KR Puram-Marathahalli-Silk board-Bommanahalli-Electronic City Wipro
  • 500DC: Hebbal-KR Puram-Marathahalli-Silk Board-Bommanahalli-Electronic City-Chandapura
  • 121C: Kalidasa Layout-MCTC-Sirsi circle-Townhall-Vidhana Soudha-Indian Express-Lingarajapura
  • 51: Girinagar-Chamrajpet-Market-majestic-Malleshwaram-Navrang-Mahalakshmi Layout-Lakshmidevinagar
  • 198: Kumaraswamy layout-Kathriguppe-Srinivasanagar-MCTC-Attiguppe-Vijayanagar-Rajajinagar-Yeshvantapur-Ramiah Hospital-Devaasandra

I came to know about these routes through my observations and from some of the online friends.

Comments:

  1. Siddharth S says:

    Some more new routes:

    201MD: J.P.Nagar 6th phase to Domlur-every 30 mins once-Via Silk board, Koramangla, EGL

    201MJ: Banashankari to Jeevanhalli Via Indiranagar

    BC-4A: Yelenhalli to Jayanagar 4th block via J.P.Nagar 3rd phase, East end

    600KB: Vijayanagar to E.city via banashankari, BETL Flyover

  2. Siddharth S says:

    215CD: Jai Sreenivas nagar to Jayanagar 4th Block

    235H: Jayanagar 9th Block to Nagarbhavi via MCTC, Vijayanagar

    2/99B: J.P.Nagar 6th phase to mathikere via majestic

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