Inter State Bus Terminals

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In India, an Inter State Bus Terminal or Inter-State Bus Terminus (ISBT) is a bus terminus that provides bus service to destinations located in other states. An ISBT may also provide bus services to destinations in the same state. Mostly ISBT Term is used in the Northern Part of India, In the western part of India, ST Stand or State Transport Term is used.

Assam[edit]

  • Rupnath Brahma Inter-State Bus Terminus, Guwahati

Delhi[edit]

In Delhi, the major inter state bus terminals operated by Delhi Transport Infrstructure corporation Ltd ( DTIDC) include:

Karnataka[edit]

Madhya Pradesh[edit]

Maharashtra[edit]

Punjab[edit]

Tamil Nadu[edit]

At 37 acres (150,000 m2), the Chennai Mofussil Bus Terminus in Chennai, India, is the largest bus station in Asia.[1] As of 2010, the terminus handled more than 500 buses at a time, and 3,000 buses and 250,000 passengers a day.[2]

Rajasthan[edit]

Uttarakhand[edit]

About government bus[edit]

Many Indian state government have their own fleet of buses which are run under their state transport department.State wise bus fleet is as follows

Sr. No. State Bus Fleet of all STU's
1 Karnataka 23829
2 Tamil Nadu 22203
3 Maharashtra 18000
4 Andhra pradesh 11841
5 Uttar pradesh 11833
6 Telangana 10476
7 Gujarat 9317
8 Kerala 6240
9 Delhi 5578
10 Rajasthan 4500
11 Haryana 4250
12 Himachal pradesh 3158
13 Punjab 2508
14 West Bengal 2223
15 Uttrakhand 1419
16 Assam 585
17 Chandigarh 578
18 Goa 565
19 Jammu & Kashmir 497
20 Orissa 462
21 Andaman & Nicobar Island 268
22 Bihar 223
23 Nagaland 185
24 Arunachal pradesh 164
25 Pondicherry 141
26 Sikkim 126
27 Meghalaya 59
28 Mizoram 49
29 Tripura 48
30 Madhya pradesh Nil
31 Jharkhand Nil
32 Manipur Nil
33 Chhattisgarh Nil

References[edit]

  • Chris Devonshire-Ellis. Doing Business in India. Springer, Apr 12, 2012 pg. 127
Specific
  1. ^ Dorairaj, S. (28 December 2005). "Koyambedu bus terminus gets ISO certification". The Hindu. Chennai: The Hindu. Retrieved 16 Oct 2011.
  2. ^ "Bus terminus chokes under rush". The Times of India. Chennai: The Times Group. 13 January 2010. Retrieved 16 Oct 2011.