Vyttila Mobility Hub is an integrated transit terminal in the city of Kochi. It is designed as a converging point of various forms of public transportation, such as local and long distance buses, metro rail and inland water transport. It is planned over an area of 37 acres in Vyttila, making it one of the largest bus terminus in Asia along with Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus. The foundation stone for Mobility Hub in Vytilla was laid by then Chief Minister of Kerala V. S. Achuthanandan on 7 June 2010. Construction of the first phase, consisting of the terminal for long distance buses and the basic amenities, started in December, 2010 and was commissioned on Feb 26, 2011. When fully implemented, it will have facility to integrate all modes of public transportation, as well as for shopping, entertainment and hospitality.
The site for the mobility hub in Vyttila is well-connected with all routes. It serves as a meeting point for all intercity and intra-city roads. The site is connected to the city through the Sahodaran Ayyapan Road. It is connected to Edappally and Kakkanad providing hassle free transition in various directions. The project is estimated to cost around 121 crore and will be implemented in two phases. The project will have facilities for parking 175 buses, 2,000 to 6,000 cars, and 2,000 to 10,000 two-wheelers. Three boat jettys and green zone would also be set up on the eastern side of the hub. An air-conditioned tube too has been planned, to connect the terminal to the western side of Vytilla junction. The hub will also have a proposed Metro rail station. Passengers can easily get down at the bus terminal at the hub and use the Mass Transit System like the inter-city bus, auto, ferry, taxi or metro train to enter the city. It has the potential to host a worldclass mega shopping mall, food courts, cultural centre and health club, a hotel and a 50m swimming pool in a total buildup area of 13,70,000 sq ft.