Mumbai: The Maharashtra government on Thursday decided to start intra-district State Transport (ST) bus services, excluding in red and CO...Read More
Mumbai: Continuing evacuation of migrants desperate to return to their homes, the Maharashtra State Transport Corporation (MSRTC) has tr...Read More
Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has launched free bus services up to the borders of Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat for migrant labourers a...Read More
Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has decided to make available its bus services free of cost from Monday to facilitate travelling of pe...Read More
By Sanjay Jog
Parab’s initiative comes four days after Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had discussed modalities to bring back students from Kota with h...Read More
By Pratip Acharya
Mumbai: In the wake of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak thateventually led to the close down of suburban railway services, theBr...Read More
Presently curfew has been imposed in entire Maharashtra and in an attempt to curb mass gathering of people as preventive measure against ...Read More
By FPJ Web Desk
Following the implementation of Section 144 in the state to prevent large gatherings of people amid the coronavirus pandemic that has gri...Read More
Till five years back, nearly 60 aluminium-body buses used to be constructed every month at the workshop, located in Chikalthana area.
By Narsi Benwal
Mumbai: Observing that the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) acted in the most ‘inhumane’ manner, the Bombay High Cour...Read More
Mumbai: Maharashtra transport minister Anil Parab has sought funds to the tune of Rs 600 crore in the state budget 2020-21 to procure 2,0...Read More
A bench of Justices Shahrukh Kathawalla and Burgess Colabawalla has ordered Anil Parab, the newly sworn-in transport minister
By FPJ Bureau
Mumbai: Bridge the gap between perception and reality -- this was the stern message of Transport Minister Anil Parab to the State Road Tr...Read More
The seats are reserved on the first-come-first-serve basis and the tickets can be booked both online and offline.
The HC accordingly directed the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation, (MSRTC) to pay Rs2.29 lakh to the family.
Mumbai: Observing that loss of human life cannot be measured only in terms of loss of earning capacity alone, the Bombay High Court recen...Read More
The bus caught fire on Mumbai-Goa national highway around 7 am. Though, the passengers were safe and a bigger disaster was averted, the S...Read More
The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation has over 18,000 buses in its fleet and carries more than 67 lakh passengers daily, he in...Read More
By Staff Reporter
“There has been an increase in demand for buses between Mumbai and Pune after railway services between the two cities had to be suspended.
The revised low fares will come into effect from July 8. The maximum fare cut is Rs 90 from Mumba and Rs 120 on Pune-Aurangabad route.