Yeshwanthpur is a sub locality in the north western part of Bengaluru City in the Indian state of Karnataka. It is located to the north of Malleswaram and west of Hebbal. The biggest wholesale market of agricultural produce in the city, the Yeshwanthpur APMC Yard, is situated in Yeshwanthpur.
Flyover at Yeshwanthpur Junction
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- Bus- Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation connects Yeshwanthpur with various part of the city. It has a Traffic Transit Management Center operated by BMTC.
- Rail- Yesvantpur Junction railway station is a major railway terminal of South Western Railway connecting to major rail heads in the country. The Station code is YPR.
- Bangalore Metro - Namma Metro (Reach-3,3A) connects Sampige Road to Peenya Industrial area started via Yeshwanthpur metro station.
Yeshwanthpur is 6 km from the Bangalore City railway station. Yeshwanthpur area consists of Kamala Nehru Extension, Gokula Extension, L.N. Colony, Model Colony, B.K.Nagar, Subedarapalya, Sundara Nagar. Muthyalanagar is a neighbouring district.
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