Bengaluru Metro Feeder Bus Network Expands with Real-Time Tracking, Route, time, map

Bengaluru Metro Feeder Bus: A total of 121 feeder buses are operating daily on hundreds of routes to complement our 73 km-long metro network in the capital Bangalore. Where are these buses at what time? which buses are on which route? All this information can be known with a single click along with the map.

Bengaluru Metro Feeder bus

Bengaluru, Dec 15: The Bangalore Metro Feeder Bus (BMTC Metro Feeder Bus) is providing last-mile transport services to the increasing number of passengers. Every day from morning to evening they travel from metro stations to different places. A new website has been launched to know where these are at any time, which route, which buses are plying, routes.

BMTC Metro feeder buses will increase further next year. It is planned to increase the bus service in a phased manner. Meanwhile, the state government has launched a website.

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Here you can get all information about Metro Feeder (MF) bus routes from which direction and from which metro station in a single click.

How to Know MF Bus Information

  • First, you need to visit the above-mentioned website link. * You can get information from this link through mobile or laptop.
  • As soon as the link opens you will see a list of a total of 36 MF buses.
  • You have to click on the number you want.
  • For example, if MF3 is selected, the feeder bus service from Kadugodi to Marathahalli will show the map, station, and where the bus departs from.
  • Similarly many options are given. BMR CL and BMTC said that it will be convenient to know the information of your desired route with a single click. This is the official website of Govt.

By 2024, the number of MF buses will increase to 300. Arrangements have been made to make BMTC buses available to every metro commuter in Bangalore. People up to the last mile get this feeder bus service. Currently, 121 buses ply more than 1800 trips in the city. The number of metro passengers increased after the Metro Purple line started on a full scale. Metros will run on the yellow line next year. In this regard, BMTC officials have informed that the number of BMTC Metro feeder buses will be increased to 300.

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