Step 1: Open the KSRTC website –  https://www.ksrtc.in/

Before moving on to the next step, confirm that you are on the homepage.

  • Save the ksrtc website to your favorites for future convenience.
  • In order to prevent any problems throughout the process, make sure your internet connection is steady.

Step 2: Select ‘PNR Enquiry’ Option

  • You can see varies option on top of the home page. 
  • Then you select ‘PNR Enquiry’.

Step 3: Enter your PNR number & Mobile Number.

  • Put your PNR number in the space designated for it.
  • Make sure you typed the proper PNR number by checking again.
  • Enter your Registered Mobile Number.
  • Click on ‘Submit’, then verify your Bus PNR Status.


  • Always double-check the PNR number before clicking on ‘Submit’.
  • Enter the correct Registered Mobile Number.
  • Ensure you have a stable internet connection to avoid any interruptions during the process.
  • Bookmark the ksrtc website for easy access to their services.


If you have any doubt questions PNR Status Related, please contact the below numbers.

  • Reservation Related Helpline        :  7760990034 / 7760990035
  • Customer Care Number                 :  080-26252625


Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation

Central Office,
Post Bag No-2778, KH Road,

Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation

       On September 12, 1948, the Mysore Government Road Transport Department (MGRTD) was established with 120 buses to meet the transportation needs of the state’s traveling populace.

On August 1, 1961, the State Transport, which had been run as a department of the Mysore government, was transformed into an autonomous corporation in accordance with Section 3 of the Road Transport Corporation Act, 1950. As of August 1, 1961, all of MGRTD’s assets and liabilities—aside from those of the BTS unit—were transferred to the newly formed MSRTC Corporation. The Corporation then received the assets and liabilities of the remaining MGRTD, or the BTS Unit, on October 1st, 1961. As a result, a Corporation was eventually formed for the whole State of Mysore.

In the beginning, there were six divisions that conducted passenger transport services: five divisions that provided mofussil services, and one division that provided city services in Bangalore. It included two regional workshops, 37 depots, and a central office located in Bangalore. There were 104 pick-up shelters, 35 wayside shelters, and 30 temporary bus stops. There were 9705 workers deployed in all, and the staff-to-schedule ratio was 9.43. There were 1065 routes in total, 1029 schedules, a route length of 32,134 miles, and an average daily scheduled mileage of 12,7571 miles.


  • Economy Service
  • Superfast Service (SFS)
  • Superfast Service AC (SFS AC)
  • Point-to-Point Service (PP)
  • Point-to-Point AC (PP AC)
  • Ordinary Pink City or Pink Local Service
  • Ordinary City or Local Service
  • Mini Bus Service
  • Deluxe City Service
  • Deluxe City AC Service
  • Ultra Deluxe
  • Classic
  • Non-AC Sleeper
  • Non-AC Seater Cum Sleeper
  • AC Seater
  • AC Sleeper
  • AC Seater cum Sleeper

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