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Commuters on the Ring no longer have to wait long for buses. The Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) has rolled out 42 electric buses on both sides of the ring road for the first time for the convenience of commuters. With this, passengers board Mudrika buses with an interval of only 10 minutes. For the journey of about 50 kilometers on Ring Road, passengers only need to spend Rs 25 on the ticket.
With the introduction of e-bus services on Ring Road, bus connectivity will be available for commuters to reach every corner of Delhi. On the DTC ring road, commuters on both sides (up/down) will get e-buses from Kashmere Gate from 5am. The last bus departs at 9 PM. Buses on this route run from ISBT Kashmiri Gate in both directions.
DTC gave this information and said that 42 eco-friendly electric buses have been run from ISBT Kashmere Gate in both directions. This provides an easy, convenient and efficient service to Delhi’s commuters. Buses depart from ISBT Kashmere Gate via Sarai Kale Khan, Lajpat Nagar, Dhaula Kuan, Punjabi Bagh, Azadpur, Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar and Kashmere Gate. Information regarding the operation of buses can be obtained through the helpline number 011-41400 400 or 1800118181. There are currently 300 electric buses operating in Delhi.