APSRTC facing Rs 2,300-crore debt burden
Vijayawada, Aug 31 (PTI) The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) is facing a debt burden of Rs 2,300-crore, a senior official said here today.
RTC incurred Rs. 2,233-cr. loss in 5 years
Bandh, strikes took toll on generation of revenues, says MD. Referring to bifurcation of the RTC which is on the cards, he said huge chunks of lands were needed to create facilities like bus bhavan, a bus body building workshop and a headquarter hospital.
Division of RTC will open Pandora?s box, fear employees
Bifurcation blues continue to haunt the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC), which is groping in the dark, unable to find solution to a slew of problems.Even while fear...
RTC loses Rs.2.25 crore due to BRTS
The APSRTC has incurred a loss of Rs. 2.25 crore in one and half years after it had launched the Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS) project in January last year. The RTC is unable to recoup fro...
Two killed in separate road accidents
HYDERABAD: The super busy Begumpet-Secunderabad road got jammed for hours on Thursday morning when a senior citizen came under an APSRTC bus wheel while trying to get down on the S.D. Road.T...
Now, book AP transport corpn bus tickets at busindia.com
Passengers intending to use the services of the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) can now buy bus tickets on www.busindia.com for travel across cities and towns in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and neighbouring States in which it operates.
Fake bus pass racketeer nabbed
A team of Three Town police station (MVP Zone) led by SHO Vidyasagar on Tuesday arrested a rubber stamp maker of Chodavaram mandal for allegedly making fake APSRTC bus passes. A lorry driver who...
Heavy rush as TS natives go home for survey
Railway and bus stations teemed with passengers as many people returning to Hyderabad and other places, after a long weekend. In a bid to avoid inconvenience to passengers, the APSRTC authorities operated more than 150 special buses on Sunday.
Bridges on Asif Nagar canal on the brink
Repeated pleas to officials have gone in vain: Sarpanch
Arrangements in full swing for I-Day fete
Kurnool playing host to State-level celebrations post bifurcation. The APSP Ground, which is the biggest open space available in the city, is being spruced up for the occasion. The ground has been levelled and black-topped roads are being laid in the place leading to the venue.