RSRTC to extend its services to other states by next week | Jaipur News


JAIPUR: A day after starting its inter-state bus services to Haryana, the Rajasthan State Roadways Transport Corporation (RSRTC) saw an increase in the passenger footfall on Thursday.
Compared to only one bus that was sent to Gurugram on Wednesday, three buses were sent on Friday. Now the RSRTC is moving ahead with its bus services to Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Punjab.
On Thursday, a good number of passengers were seen boarding the super luxury bus to Gurugram. Passengers, including those who work in Delhi, said they will stay back in Gurugram until Delhi opens its borders.
“Facility wise it is happy to be boarding the RSRTC super luxury bus, but I would suggest the authorities to open the eateries at the bus stand,” said Anuj Yagnik, who works in a multi-national company at Gurugram.
Authorities, after starting its buses to Haryana, are now in touch with their counterparts in Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Punjab.
“Every day, things are improving. As we had announced to open our buses to Harayana we have started it. Now we are aiming at starting our inter-state services to other states including UP, HP, Uttarakhand and Punjab from next week. We are waiting for their final nod,” Naveen Jain, CMD, RSRTC told TOI on Thursday.
He added that these buses are likely to be city specific. “We have to follow that our services go not enter any containment zone within Rajasthan or outside the state. Things are moving in positive direction and we are hopeful to start our services to other states by next week,” he added.
On the rider ship to Haryana, he said, “It will take some time. We were better on Thursday compared to Wednesday and gradually the number of passengers in various buses will improve.”

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