Rupani inaugurates GSRTC’s office


In a first-ever initiative in the country, Gujarat State Transport Corporation (GSRTC) has undertaken in-house body building of AIS 052 certified super express and midi buses under Central Motor Vehicles Rule and Bus Body Code to provide easy, safe and modern transport system to people on ‘No Profit, No Loss’ basis, said Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Tuesday.

Speaking at a function to mark the inauguration of GSRTC’s newly constructed corporate office equipped with central ‘command and control’ room Rupani said that apart from regular bus services, ST buses would be given for marriage parties at affordable rates.

Referring to the ST buses reliability and punctuality vis-à-vis private operators, he said that it has undergone change in 24x7 work culture, maintaining drivers and conductors being the mainstay of ST, as it covers 98 per cent of the state’s villages and 99 per cent of the population. It offers concession to students, service to senior citizens.

The ST’s new five-storey central corporate office is built on PPP basis on 4,887 square metres, with modular sitting arrangement at a cost of Rs 7.50-crore. The ‘command and control’ room to keep track of departure and arrival of a fleet of 7,465 buses, their halts at scheduled intermediate stoppages through GPS, is to make ST bus service more popular than private ones.



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