Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC) is a state owned
corporation for passenger transport providing bus services both within
state of Gujarat,
India and neighbouring states. It has workforce of
3.1 New Bus Ports
4.3 Volvo Services
4.4 Intercity Minibus Services
4.5 Gsrtc bus Services
4.6 Buses used by Gsrtc
7 External links
Central Bus Station of Ahmedabad
Central Bus station of Ahmedabad
GSRTC was established on 1 May 1960 with formation of
From a beginning of 7 divisions, 76 depots and 7 divisional
workshops ; it has gone to 16 divisions, 126 depots, 226 bus
stations, 1,554 pick up stands and 9,000+ buses.
GSRTC has 16 divisions
Ahmedabad division referred as Aashram
Amreli division referred as Gir
Bharuch division referred as Narmada
Bhavnagar division referred as Shetrunjay
Bhuj division referred as Kutch
Godhra division referred as Pavagadh
Himmatnagar division referred as Sabar
Jamnagar division referred as Dwarka
Junagadh division referred as Somnath
Mehsana division referred as Modhera
Anand division referred as Amul
Palanpur division referred as Banas
Rajkot division referred as Saurashtra
Surat division referred as Surya Nagri
Vadodara division referred as Vishwamitri
Valsad division referred as Daman Ganga
Gandhinagar depot has some special buses
referred as Vikas Route .
Vadodara Bus Station
Bus Station of Thara
Ahmedabad, Ranip, Chandola, Bareja, Sanand, Viramgam, Dholka,
Dhandhuka, Bavla, Dahegam, Gandhinagar.
Amreli, Savarkundla, Bagasara, Una, Dhari, Rajula, Kodinar.
Vadodara, Makarpura, Chhota Udaipur, Bodeli, Padra, Karjan, Dabhoi,
Bhavnagar, Talaja, Mahuva, Palitana, Gariadhar, Gadhada, Botad,
Bhuj, Mandvi, Mundra, Anjar, Bhachau, Rapar, Naliya, Nakhatrana.
Bharuch, Jambusar, Ankleshwar, Zaghadia, Rajpipla.
Godhra, Dahod, Lunawada, Santrampur, Zalod, Halol, Baria.
Himmatnagar, Idar, Bhiloda, Modasa, Khedbrahma, Prantij, Bayad,
Rajkot, Gondal, Surendranagar, Chotila, Limbdi, Morbi, Dhrangadhra,
Jamnagar, Dwarka, Khambhaliya, Dhrol, Jamjodhpur
Junagadh, Porbandar, Veraval, Upleta, Keshod, Dhoraji, Mangrol,
Mehsana, Modhera, Visnagar, Kadi, Becharaji, Kalol, Vadnagar,
Chanasma, Kheralu, Harij, Patan, Unjha
Nadiad, Anand, Borsad, Khambhat, Dakor, Balasinor, Kheda, Kapadvanj,
Mahudha, Matar, Petlad.
Palanpur, Ambaji, Deesa, Thara, Sidhpur, Tharad, Radhanpur, Deodar.
Surat-1, Surat-2, Bardoli, Mandvi, Songadh, Olpad.
Valsad, Navsari, Bilimora, Vapi, Dharampur, Ahwa.
New Bus Ports
It is as per the vision of the Prime Minister when he was the Chief
Gujarat to facelift the bus terminals with facilities that
are available at international airports. The government has already
built six such bus terminals - two in
Ahmedabad at Gita Mandir and
Ranip, two in
Vadodara at Central and Makarpura, at
Surat and Mehsana.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani now proposed to build ten modern
district level bus terminals at Amreli, Bhuj, Junagadh, Rajkot,
Nadiad, Navsari, Modasa, Patan and
Palanpur at a cost of
Rs.913.30-crore with facilities for commercial activities. All these
ten bus terminals, to be designed, build, operate and transfer model,
will have digital display, variable message sign boards, CCTV cameras,
surveillance system, deluxe waiting hall, tourist information centre,
cloakrooms, restaurants, food courts, plaza, budget hotels, and
multiplex for commercial activities, besides
Gujarat State Road
Transport Corporation (GSRTC) administrative office, parcel room,
maintenance workshop and fuel pumps. The bus terminals will have a
clause for maintenance and repairs as an when required for 30 years.
GSRTC purchased 1500+ new buses including air conditioned, Sleeper
coaches Volvo buses in 2009 and also purchased 1000+ new Intercity
Mini buses in 2017. GSRTC daily 28 lakh kilometre with 40000 trips
and catering daily 24 lakh passengers ... GSRTC provides online and
mobile phone ticket booking facility. It also provides wi-fi
internet service in Volvo buses for free. Currently the fleet of
buses having online ticket booking facility includes Express,
Gurjarnagri, Sleeper and Volvo buses.
It has built up many technical facilities. Including:
Three level maintenance and repair facility - 126 depot workshops, 16
divisional workshops and a central workshop
7 Tyre retreading plant
Bus body building plant (1,000 bus bodies/year)
Ticket printing press
Vadodara (Frequency of Every 15 minutes.)
Surat (Frequency of every 30 minutes.)
Rajkot (Daily 10 services)
Borivali (Mumbai) (Daily 1 service)
Ahmedabad to Nasik,
Shirdi (Daily 1 service)
Pune (Daily 1 service)
Ambaji (Daily 2 service)
Ahmedabad to Junagadh,
Somnath (Daily 1 service)
Intercity Minibus Services
Vadodara (Frequency of Every 15 minutes.)
Surat (Frequency of Every 30 minutes.)
Rajkot (Frequency of Every 1 hour.)
Gsrtc bus Services
Volvo Bus Service
Sleeper Coach Service
Gurjar Nagri Express Service
Deluxe Express Service
MiDi Bus Service (Mini Distance bus)
Buses used by Gsrtc
National award for fuel economy 2006-2007 by
India State Road
Transport Undertaking and Ministry of Road Transport & Highway,
Government of India.
^ a b c d e "About us". GSRTC. Retrieved 15 February 2013.
^ Template:Gsrtc web
^ a b "GSRTC performance". GSRTC. October 2009. Retrieved 15 February
^ a b "Leadership". GARTC. Retrieved 15 February 2013.
^ "GSRTC gets 1,500 new buses". The Times of India. TNN. 8 February
2009. Retrieved 15 February 2013.
^ Thakkar, Mitul (20 July 2005). "GSRTC to launch online ticket
booking". Business Standard. Ahmedabad. Retrieved 15 February
^ "Booking GSRTC ticket through mobile phone to be possible".
DeshGujarat.com. 12 August 2011. Retrieved 15 February 2013.
^ "Now, surf the internet on GSRTC's Rajkot-
Ahmedabad buses". The
Times of India. Rajkot. TNN. 18 December 2011. Retrieved 16 February
^ "Book GSRTC E-Tickets online easily". www.gsrtctimetable.in.
Ahmedabad. 19 November 2016. Retrieved 9 December 2016.
^ "GSRTC bags national award for fuel economy". The Times of India. 20
October 2008. Retrieved 15 February 2013.
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