Kerala Urban Road Transport Corporation

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Kerala Urban Road Transport Corporation
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KURTC non-a/c Ashok Leyland low floor city bus
Founded 2014
Headquarters Kochi[1]
Service area Kerala
Service type Local, limited-stop, express, and BRT bus service
Operator Government of Kerala
Website www.kurtc.in;www.kurtconline.com

The Kerala Urban Road Transport Corporation (KURTC) is a state-run bus company which operates more than 500 low-floor buses (A/C & NON A/C) in Kerala. KURTC runs complete and individual services in Ernakulam & Thiruvananthapuram districts. The remaining 12 districts are divided into 5 clusters ; Cluster I comprises Kozhikode, Wayanad and Malappuram; Cluster II Kottayam, Thodupuzha, and Pathanamthitta; Cluster III Kannur and Kasaragod; Cluster IV Thrissur and Palakkad; and Cluster V Kollam and Alappuzha.[2][3]

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The Kerala Urban Road Transport Corporation was formed in November 2014, with headquarters in Thevara in Kochi, to operate low-floor buses which are procured with the financial assistance from the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM).[2] It will have separate account and logo which are in progress.

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