TSRTC operating over 3,000 buses to State for Sankranti
Telangana authorities deputed to keep track of the services, states authorities
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Telangana authorities deputed to monitor the services, states authorities
The Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) is running more than 3,000 buses to numerous locations in Andhra Pradesh for the benefit of passengers visiting their native locations. The special services, which started January 10 will continue approximately January 18, to clear the celebration rush.
” For the very first time, TSRTC is running such a substantial variety of buses for Sankranti, as part of the arrangement reached with the APSRTC to run our services to various locations in Andhra Pradesh. The tenancy ratio is good,” a TSRTC authorities said.
TSRTC is running over 3,000 buses to Krishna, East and West Godavari and other regions in AP. Guests were availing advanced booking system for the serving plying to the neighbouring State, the TSRTC officials said.
” As part of the inter-State arrangement with Andhra Pradesh State Road Transportation Corporation (APSRTC) in November in 2015, we are operating buses to A.P. Officials have been deputed to keep an eye on the services from various bus depots,” a TSRTC official said.
APSRTC Executive Director (Operations) K.S. Brahmananda Reddy said that the corporation was running 3,607 Sankranthi celebration special buses from different depots in the State.
” Special Garuda, Indra, Amaravathi and other services are being operated to Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangaluru and other destinations. The cooperation from our neighbouring equivalents is good,” Mr. Reddy said.
Private operators too are operating unique buses to Hyderabad and other locations. “As we are providing sleeper and semi-sleeper services, numerous passengers are scheduling tickets in personal travel buses also,” a private travel operator said.
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