Inter State Bus Terminals

Summary

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.

Andhra PradeshEdit

AssamEdit

  • Rupnath Brahma Inter-State Bus Terminus, Guwahati
  • Inter-State Bus Terminus, Jorhat
  • Inter-State Bus Terminus, Silchar

BiharEdit

ChandigarhEdit

  • Inter State Bus Terminal Sector 17 (ISBT-17)
  • Inter State Bus Terminal Sector 43 (ISBT-43)

ChhattisgarhEdit

DelhiEdit

In Delhi, the major Inter-State Bus Terminals operated by Delhi Transport Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited (DTIDC) include:

KarnatakaEdit

Madhya PradeshEdit

MaharashtraEdit

OdishaEdit

  • Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT), Baramunda, Bhubaneswar
  • Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT), Badambadi, Cuttack
  • Cuttack Netaji Bus Terminal (CNBT)

PunjabEdit

  • Shaheed Madan Lal Dhingra Inter State Bus Terminal, Amritsar
  • Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh Inter State Bus Terminal, Jalandhar
  • Bhagwan Valmiki Inter State Bus Terminal, Hoshiarpur
  • Amar Shaheed Sukhdev Inter State Bus Terminal, Ludhiana

RajasthanEdit

Tamil NaduEdit

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]

TelanganaEdit

UttarakhandEdit

Uttar PradeshEdit

West BengalEdit

State government busEdit

Many Indian state governments have their own fleet of buses which are run under their state transport department. As per statistics, the State Road Transport Undertakings (STUs) altogether operates 1,50,000 buses. State-wise bus fleet is as follows

Sr. No. State/UT Buses of all STU's
1 Karnataka 23710  
2 Tamil Nadu 21010  
3 Maharashtra 17773  
4 Andhra Pradesh 11851  
5 Uttar Pradesh 11309  
6 Gujarat 11052  
7 Telangana 9057  
8 Delhi 7140  
9 Kerala 6241  
10 Rajasthan 4405  
11 Haryana 4294  
12 Himachal Pradesh 3358  
13 Punjab 2549  
14 West Bengal 2232  
15 Uttarakhand 1355  
16 Chandigarh 603  
17 Goa 520  
18 Odisha 437  
19 Assam 405  
20 Jammu and Kashmir 373  
21 Andaman and Nicobar Islands 268  
22 Bihar 223  
23 Nagaland 185  
24 Arunachal Pradesh 164  
25 Puducherry 141  
26 Sikkim 75  
27 Meghalaya 55  
28 Mizoram 49  
29 Tripura 48  
30 Madhya Pradesh Nil  
31 Jharkhand Nil  
32 Manipur Nil  
33 Chhattisgarh Nil  
34 Ladakh Nil  
35 Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu Nil  
36 Lakshadweep Nil  

Government city busesEdit

Many Indian cities have local public city bus services. Here is a list of fleet of government city buses operated as of now in India cities (million plus population).

Sr. No. City / Urban Area City bus fleet

of all STU's

1 Delhi (NCR) 7448  
2 Mumbai (MMR) 4428  
3 Kolkata (KMA) 1377  
4 Chennai 3476  
5 Bangalore 6460  
6 Hyderabad 2982  
7 Ahmedabad 1292  
8 Pune 1480  
9 Surat 741  
10 Jaipur 250  
11 Kanpur 80  
12 Lucknow 132  
13 Nagpur 487  
14 Indore 229  
15 Coimbatore 925  
16 Kochi 203  
17 Patna 70  
18 Bhopal 225  
19 Vadodara 180  
20 Agra 40  
21 Visakhapatnam 605  
22 Ludhiana 65  
23 Nashik 130  
24 Vijayawada 455  
25 Madurai 505  
26 Varanasi 30  
27 Meerut 30  
28 Rajkot 110  
29 Jamshedpur 50  
30 Srinagar 30  
31 Jabalpur 119  
32 Asansol 60  
33 Allahabad 30  
34 Dhanbad 70  
35 Aurangabad 30  
36 Amritsar 93  
37 Jodhpur 40  
38 Raipur 110  
39 Ranchi 70  
40 Gwalior 16  
41 Thiruvananthapuram 100  
42 Bhilai 70  
43 Kozhikode 100  
44 Chandigarh (CCR) 436  
45 Tiruchirapalli 350  
46 Kota 50  

ReferencesEdit

  • 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. Archived from the original on 5 July 2006. Retrieved 16 Oct 2011.
  2. ^ "Bus terminus chokes under rush". The Times of India. Chennai. 13 January 2010. Archived from the original on 26 September 2012. Retrieved 16 Oct 2011.