848 Million (2009-10)
1 May 1960
Government of Gujarat
| Shri Mukesh Puri (27 Jun 2012–)|
Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC) is a state owned corporation for passenger transport providing bus services both within state of Gujarat, India and neighbouring states. It has workforce of 50,000.
Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation Wikipedia
GSRTC was established on 1 May 1960 with formation of Gujarat state. From a beginning of 7 divisions, 76 depots and 7 divisional workshops ; it has gone to 16 divisions, 126 depots, 226 bus stations, 1,554 pick up stands and 9,000+ buses.
GSRTC has 16 divisionsAhmedabad division referred as Aashram
Amreli division referred as Gir
Bharuch division referred as Narmada
Bhavnagar division referred as Shetrunjay
Bhuj division referred as Kutch
Godhra division referred as Pavagadh
Himmatnagar division referred as Sabar
Jamnagar division referred as Dwarka
Junagadh division referred as Somnath
Mehsana division referred as Modhera
Nadiad division referred as Amul
Palanpur division referred as Banas
Rajkot division referred as Saurashtra
Surat division referred as Surya Nagri
Vadodara division referred as Vishwamitri
Valsad division referred as Daman Ganga
In Ahmedabad division Gandhinagar depot has some special buses referred as Vikas Route they also have near about 10 buses Manufactured at AGCL Goa.
GSRTC purchased 1500+ new buses including air conditioned, sleeper coaches Volvo buses in 2009 .
GSRTC provides online and mobile phone ticket booking facility. It also provides wi-fi internet service in Volvo buses for free. Currently the fleet of buses having online ticket booking facility includes Express, Gurjarnagri, Sleeper and Volvo buses.
It has built up many technical facilities. Including:Three level maintenance and repair facility - 126 depot workshops, 16 divisional workshops and a central workshop
7 Tyre retreading plant
Bus body building plant (1,000 bus bodies/year)
Ticket printing press
Ahmedabad to Vadodara (Frequency of Every 15 minutes.)
Ahmedabad to Surat (Frequency of every 30 minutes.)
Ahmedabad to Rajkot (Daily 10 services)
Ahmedabad to Borivali (Mumbai) (Daily 1 service)
Ahmedabad to Nasik, Shirdi (Daily 1 service)
Ahmedabad to Pune (Daily 1 service)
Ahmedabad to Ambaji (Daily 2 service)
Ahmedabad to Junagadh, Somnath (Daily 1 service)
National award for fuel economy 2006-2007 by India State Road Transport Undertaking and Ministry of Road Transport & Highway, Government of India.