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List of bus operating companies

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This is a list of the world's bus operating companies listed by country, with countries placed alphabetically by continent and country. Wherever possible, each country's bus operating companies are divided by the nature of their operations. Operations may be logically divided by defining attributes such as

  • Ownership (private or public)
  • Primary function
  • Area served

This list includes companies operating now. It does not include bus manufacturers or repairers. It contains mostly public transit operators.

Africa

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Ethiopia

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Egypt

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Niger

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South Africa

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Tunisia

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The Americas

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Canada

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National

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Alberta

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British Columbia

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Manitoba

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Newfoundland and Labrador

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Nova Scotia

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New Brunswick

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Ontario

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Quebec

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Saskatchewan

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United States

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Public municipal transit

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Private long distance coaches and buses

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School buses

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Asia

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Afghanistan

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Azerbaijan

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Bangladesh

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China

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Beijing

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Beijing Airport Bus departing Terminal 3

Hong Kong

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Alexander Dennis Enviro500 MMC

India

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India has several bus operators. Some are privately run while others are run by state governments municipal bodies or private companies. State government buses ply not only in their states but also in neighbouring states. Municipal body buses ply in their own city as well as in neighbouring cities or towns. Here only list of government operated buses are there.

Andhra Pradesh

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Arunachal Pradesh

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Assam

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Bihar

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Chandigarh

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Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) AC Bus

Chhattisgarh

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  • Chhattisgarh State Road Transport Corporation (CSRTC)

Delhi

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DTC Tata AC Airbus

Gujarat

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Ahmedabad Bus Rapid Transit System operated by Ahmedabad Janmarg Limited

Goa

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Kadamba Transport Corporation Tata Marcopolo Starbus Ultra Ac Deluxe at Margao Bus station Margao Goa India

Haryana

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Haryana Roadways AC Volvo Bus in Faridabad

Himachal Pradesh

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Jammu & kashmir

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Karnataka

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Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) Vajra Volvo Bus in Bengaluru

Kerala

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Kerala State Road Transport Corporation AC Volvo Bus in Kochi

Ladakh

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Madhya Pradesh

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Maharashtra

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BEST is India's oldest public transport agency

Orissa

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AC Bus in Bhubaneshwar operated by Orissa State Road Transport Corporation (OSRTC)

Puducherry

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Punjab

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Punjab Roadways AC Bus

Rajasthan

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Jaipur Bus Rapid Transit System operated by Jaipur City Transport Services Limited (JCTSL)

Tamil Nadu

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AC Volvo Bus operated by Metropolitan Transport Corporation (MTC) in Chennai

Telangana

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Long Distance AC Bus operated by Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) in Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station

Tripura

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Uttarakhand

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Uttar Pradesh

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West Bengal

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AC Volvo Bus operated by WBTC in north Kolkata

Indonesia

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Transjakarta Scania Bus K340IA body Gemilang Coachworks used in corridor 1 (TJ)

Iran

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Israel

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Japan

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Macau

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Malaysia

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Every state has its own bus operators in Malaysia.

Mongolia

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  • Tenuun-Ogoo.LLC

Myanmar

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Nepal

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Pakistan

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Philippines

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Saudi Arabia

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SAPTCO bus at bus stop

Nasser Abduallah Abu Sarhad Company

Singapore

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Sri Lanka

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United Arab Emirates

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Dubai Emirate

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A Roads and Transport Authority Mercedes-Benz Citaro
A Dubai Bus Transport Company Mercedes-Benz Citaro

Australasia

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Australia

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Interstate

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Australian Capital Territory

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New South Wales

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Sydney
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Regional
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Long distance
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Northern Territory

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Queensland

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Brisbane
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Gold Coast
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Sunshine Coast
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Regional
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South Australia

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Adelaide
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Regional
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Long distance
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Tasmania

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Victoria

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Melbourne
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Regional
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Western Australia

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Perth
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Regional
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Long distance
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New Zealand

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Europe

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Belgium

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Croatia

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Denmark

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Estonia

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Switzerland

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France

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Germany

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Hungary

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National

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Budapest

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Debrecen

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Szeged

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Iceland

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Ireland

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Isle of Man

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Italy

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Latvia

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Liechtenstein

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Malta

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Montenegro

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the Netherlands

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Norway

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Portugal

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Romania

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Russia

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There are no nationwide bus operators in Russia, as passenger operations have been traditionally conducted by the Russian Railways. Despite that, there are local bus operators (privately or state-owned) usually called PATP or ATP (literally passenger auto-transportation enterprise or auto-transportation enterprise) which send their buses to Moscow, St. Petersburg, or neighboring cities. There is no unified database of schedules of such routes, and tickets can be purchased on site only.

Serbia

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Spain

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United Kingdom

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See also

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References

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  1. ^ "New budget coach service, Skip, hits North Island roads". The New Zealand Herald. 21 November 2018. Retrieved 15 January 2019.