Sarai Kale Khan Inter-State Bus Terminus

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Sarai Kale Khan Inter-State Bus Terminus
ISBT
LocationSarai Kale Khan, New Delhi, 110013
India
Coordinates28°35′07″N 77°15′29″E / 28.5851889°N 77.2579412°E / 28.5851889; 77.2579412
Connections
Construction
Structure typeat Grade
Parkingyes
Bicycle facilitiesno
Disabled accessYes
Location
Sarai Kale Khan ISBT is located in Delhi
Sarai Kale Khan ISBT
Sarai Kale Khan ISBT
Location in Delhi

Sarai Kale Khan Inter-State Bus Terminus (ISBT) is a major bus terminus complex in Delhi, India catering to bus services to Haryana and Rajasthan states.

Built to decongest the over-crowded Kashmere Gate ISBT, which was unable to bear the increase in inter-State traffic, construction of Rs. 80-crore terminus complex began in March 1996,[1] and it was commissioned in January 2005 though it was subsequently redeveloped to handle the increased volume of passengers. Further it is aimed to integrate with the Delhi Metro Rail link coming up near Pragati Maidan and also inter-connect the bus terminus with Nizamuddin Railway Station to cater to the rising volume of passenger traffic.[2]

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It is adjacent to the Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station. Sarai Kale Khan is the terminus for most buses heading for towns south of Delhi. It is also a DTC bus depot for the Mudrika Seva (Ring Road Bus Service) and many other bus routes.

Also in the vicinity is an Elevated road project that connects Sarai Kale Khan with Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Lodhi Road, this would subsequently be extended to Mayur Vihar in East Delhi from Sarai Kale Khan side and to INA Colony from the stadium end, during the phase II of the construction.[3][4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hi-tech ISBT to come up at Sarai Kale Khan". The Hindu. 20 January 2005.
  2. ^ "Anand Vihar and Sarai Kale Khan ISBTs to be restored". The Indian Express. 23 September 2008.
  3. ^ "Elevated road project to connect East Delhi with South Delhi". The Hindu. 21 December 2009.
  4. ^ "Inn lost in march of time". Hindustan Times. 25 August 2013.

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