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Vyttila Mobility Hub is a state of the art transportation system planned to decongest Kochi, the fast growing commercial capital of Kerala. The Mobility Hub project is getting executed under the Vyttila Mobility Hub Society, constituted by the government of Kerala. The primary aim of the project is to set up a state-of-the-art mobility hub at Vytilla so as to avoid the entry of long distance buses to Kochi city, the commercial and trade hub, the roads of which are even otherwise teeming with vehicles. The Mobility Hub is coming up in the sprawling 26 acres of land at the busy Vyttila junction. Vyttila mobility hub project has evolved as a natural remedy and is envisioned as a long-term solution to Kochi’s transporting problems, by providing connectivity with the western and eastern parts of the city, West Kochi, and also regional hubs like Vypeen, Palarivattom, Kakkanad, Tripunithura and Aroor. By basing operations in Vyttila bus terminal, the KSRTC and private buses would be able to save huge amounts on fuel, apart from the time saved in not entering the city.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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