STA determined to rent metropolis buses

by Jeremy Spirogis
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After the State Transport Authority (STA) determined to extend fares, metropolis bus operators have applied new charges of fares. A fare of 40 rupees was fastened for Ranipokhari from the parade floor. A fare of Rs 15 is being charged for the Respana bridge. From Rajpur, Rs 20 is being charged for the railway station and Rs 25 for ISBT.

Rs 40 for Ranipokhari from the parade floor, Rs 15 for the Respana bridge
Rs 20 for Rajpur railway station and Rs 25 for ISBT

The STA has constructed six slabs for the rent of metropolis buses. Under this, a fare of seven rupees has been fastened for the primary two kilometers. <! –

                 While the fare for 2 to 6 km is fastened at Rs 10. Rs 15 for six to 10 km, Rs 20 for 10 to 14 km, Rs 25 for 14 to 19 km, Rs 30 for 19 to 24 km, Rs 35 for 24 to 30 km and 29 km. A fare of 40 rupees has been fastened for touring extra.

Under this slab, metropolis bus operators have now imposed new charges of fares. But beneath the brand new fare charges, bus operators and passengers are having issues with paying a minimal fare of seven rupees. Passengers are in a position to get seven rupees overtly. City bus operators need to say that the majority riders solely do a distance of two km. In such a scenario, there’s a downside in taking seven rupees.

Now how a lot is the fare from the place to the place

Where to the place – Fare Rates
Rajpur to railway station – 20 rupees
ISBT from Rajpur – Rs 25
ISBT to ISBL – Rs 15
RTO to ISBT – Rs 20
ISBT from railway station – 10 rupees
Parapana Maidan to Respana Bridge, Mohakampur, Jogiwala – Rs 15
Mianwala, Harrawala, Kuanwala from Parade Ground – Rs 20
Parawala Maidan to Doiwala – Rs 30
Fake parade floor, Bhaniyawala – Rs 35
Ranipokhari from Parade Ground – Rs 40
Wreath to Gratigrant – Rs 35
Premnagar to Basant Vihar, Ballupur, Balliwala – Rs 15
Premnagar to Vyomprastha, Kamla Palace, ISBT, Shimla bypass – Rs 20
Premnagar to Radhaswamy, Kargi Chowk, Mothrovala – Rs 25
Premnagar to Respna Bridge, Jogiwala, Nehrugram – 30 rupees
Premnagar to Ladpur – Rs 35
Ballpur Chowk to Kargi Chowk, Respna Bridge – Rs 20
ISBT to Respna Bridge – Rs 15
ISBT to Nehrugram – Rs 20
Seemadwar to Balliwala, Gandhigram, Saharanpur Chowk – Rs 10
Seemadwar to Railway Station, Prince Chowk, Tehsil, Survey Chowk – Rs 15
Nalapani, Shanti Vihar Kali Mandir from Seemadwar – Rs 20
Balliwala to Survey Chowk, Kanak Chouk, Darshan Lal Chowk – Rs 10
Railway Station to Kanak Chowk, Darshan Lal Chowk – Rs 10
Balliwala to Nalapani – Rs 15

One to 2 km – Five rupees
Two to 4 km – seven rupees
Four to 6 km – Rs 10
Six to eight km – Rs 12
Eight to 10 km – Rs 14
10 to 12 km – 16 rupees
12 to 14 km – Rs 18
14 to 16 km – Rs 20
16 to 18 km – Rs 22
18 to 20 km – Rs 24
20 to 22 km – Rs 26
22 to 24 km – 28 rupees
24 to 26 km – 30 rupees
26 to 28 km 32 rupees
28 to 30 km – Rs 34
Above Rs 30 – Rs 36

The new charges of lease fastened by the STA have been applied in most areas. Determination has not been made on some routes. Which will probably be applied quickly. City bus operators have breathed a sigh of reduction from the charges raised by the Transport Department.
-Vijay Vardhan Dandriyal, President, Dehradun Metropolitan City Bus Service Federation

According to the choice taken by the State Transport Authority, new charges of fares have been applied. City bus operators have been instructed to gather the fare from the passengers based on the prescribed fare. Strict motion will probably be taken if any bus operator is charged greater than the prescribed fare.

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