Many felt Bangalore should have gone for Mono rail instead of Metro. To please everybody government decided to go with metro and mono rail. We call this democracy.
One of the fastest developing states in India, Karnataka also houses a technology cluster which is the fourth biggest in the world. The favorable policies of this state have resulted in the setting up of a number of research and development centers (R and D Centres) by different industries. There are 401 R and D centers in the state which is the highest in India. A totally Aadhaar enabled airport that could boast of a biometric boarding system is being set up in Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru, which is the first of its kind in India.
The Government of India has chosen Belagavi and Davangere from Karnataka as part of the 100 smart city initiative, the funding of which is a thousand crore. The Government of Karnataka has also decided to introduce 50 electric buses in Mysore and 150 electric buses in Bangalore. A 300-acre industry for precision engineering and manufacturing supply has been established in Belgaum. A new industrial park has been approved by the state government to be started in Harohalli and 6 elevated road projects have been approved by the state government to be set up in Bengaluru. The second largest metro network in India, that’s operational, is the Bengaluru Metro. Karnataka's infrastructure, policy incentives, and natural resources are the important factors favoring investments in different sectors like engineering, IT, electronics, textile and many more.
Mysore is the second most important city in Karnataka. It has a very basic airport and with the new airport the business will grow in Mysore