Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation

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Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation
राजस्थान राज्य पथ परिवहन निगम
Parent Department of Transport, Government of Rajasthan
Founded October 1, 1964; 50 years ago (1964-10-01)
Headquarters Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Service area Rajasthan and neighbouring states
Service type Low floor, Semi low floor, Mini bus, A/C
Stations 52 (Bus Depot) and 11 (Bus Stand)
Fleet 5000 (approx.)
Daily ridership 10,000,00 passengers per day approx.
Fuel type Diesel,
Chairman and Managing Director Bhaskar A. Sawant (IAS)
Website rsrtc.rajasthan.gov.in

Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation (Hindi: राजस्थान राज्य पथ परिवहन निगम, RSRTC) is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation in the Indian state Rajasthan.[citation needed] It is headquartered in Jaipur, Rajasthan.


The corporation has been established by Government of Rajasthan on 1 October 1964 under the Road Transport Act 1950 with the objective of providing economic, adequate, punctual and efficient services to the traveling public in the state.[1]

Present status[edit]

Today RSRTC has entered into 50th year of business, since its inception and is committed to providing high quality bus services, consistently and constantly improving the services for the satisfaction of the passengers. To fulfill the commitment, RSRTC has incorporated Ordinary, Express, Deluxe, A.G. Gandhi Rath, A.C., A.G. Sleeper, Volvo-Mercedes, Volvo-Pantry, Volvo-LCD, Volvo-LCD-Pantry bus services in fleet for all category of passengers. It has 5,000 buses in its fleet and 56 depots across the state and 3 depots outside the state i.e. Indore, Ahmedabad and Delhi.[2] About 1 million passengers travel by its buses daily.[citation needed] RSRTC's services are to all important places in Rajasthan and adjoining states of Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. [3]


RSRTC has started helpline service as passengers were unable to lodge their complaints as they get busy after their journey.

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