Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation, established on October 1, 1964, is the public bus transport service of Rajasthan. This corporation helps more than 9 lakh people travel across the state every day. A unique feature of this bus corporation is that it offers concessions to freedom fighters, widows and physically challenged people. RSRTC runs 16 lakh km regularly covering important regions in the state along with important regions across its neighbouring states. The objective of this service is to offer punctual, economic, efficient and an adequate travel service to the denizens of Rajasthan.
RSRTC Online Booking
Like many other Indian bus corporations, RSRTC has an online booking facility. Travellers can either book tickets at a bus station ticket counter or use this facility. Following is the process of booking a ticket on RSRTC
After registering on the website and logging in, the e-ticket booking page will appear.
Enter your personal details, destination details, the bus service you prefer and the date of journey.
After selecting the right bus based on your budget and requirements, click on 'Book Ticket'. You can print an E-ticket after the booking process is complete.
RSRTC: Bus Types
There are a number of bus types in RSRTC's fleet of 4500 buses, some of which are Express, Ordinary, A.C, A.C Sleeper, Volvo-LCD, A.G. Gandhi Rath, Volvo-Pantry, Deluxe and Volvo-Mercedes.
Popular Routes of RSRTC
RSRTC currently serves all important regions in Rajasthan and all its nearby states such as Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Punjab and Madhya Pradesh. Volvo services from Jaipur to Delhi, Jaipur to Jodhpur, Jaipur to Lucknow and Jaipur to Mumbai are popular. One of the many important bus routes covered by RSRTC is the one connecting Jaipur and Agra.
Took Non AC Super Deluxe bus and it was clean and the staff was well behaved also the driver was driving bus properly Seating was comfortable and clean. Charging points was available in the bus but did not used it so cannot say they were working or not
Hii, I am Kapil. I belong to Jodhpur. My city is a very good, clean, cool city. But now I am sharing my Jaipur visit experience, I had gone with my friends.
We decided in Sep.10 2015 to go to Jaipur. We chose this time because after the rain, temperature is average (Not Hot & not Cold), and rain also stopped. Everywhere GREENERY could be seen after rain.
We are total 11 friends (boys & girls). On 09-09-2015 night we booked ours seats in Rajasthan roadways A/C bus. It s comfortable to travel. In morning we reached approx at 6 am.
After that we went near to Rajputana house. It was minimum chargeable hotel. We took 5 room there. After bath and lunch we decided to travel.
This city is also known as choti kashi/Heritage city/Pink City. There are world famous market Johri Bazar, where total work of gold & stones & diamond. It's Asia's Largest Market. More than 40 lakhs people were living here. Big city which having heritage havelis. Now first we booked our personal cab. Then we went to Zoo. After zoo we went to zorri bazar. It's approx 800 meter long market both side very rush there, very heavy traffic there.
Here our female friends did shopping. They made mehndi on her's hands. Its classical design. After that we went to famous Govind Dev ji Mandir. Its really a beautiful place. Here we sat for some time then took parshad and came out from there. Then we went to world famous hawa mahal. There are 363 windows. It looks awesome. After that we went to kala hanuman ji mandir. Its small mandir but large amount people comes there. Now going to evening, then we decided to return to the hotel. At the time of dinner we order rajasthani special food.
Again next day we were ready to visit some more places. Now first going to Jalmahal. A little mahal in between water in large area. Today's weather is also good. Little cloudy. We took lot of pics there.
After that we went to to Nahargarh, its was a Castle. It's a big Mahal (hindi word). There are different old times WEAPON, but in good conditions. It's very heavy weapons. Here we spent 3 hours. Then out here we had lunch. Then we went to jaigarh. It's near to Nahargarh. There are world largest heavy Gun (Tope). The guide said that 100 elephant is required to move this gun in that time. It's approx 8 meter long.
We went to Amir mahal. Here there's a Devi mandir which is know as Aamer Ki Mata ka mandir. This place was also beautiful. Many film shooting was done here. Akbar-Jodha, and other many film is shooted here. There are many photography points to take photos. After that we went to Ganesh mandir. Then iskon mandir, both places were near.
After the lot of enjoyment, we returned to our hotel. We decided to return to Jodhpur again.
In the night we again booked Rajasthan Roadways A/C bus. And reached Jodhpur in morning.
Its very fun-filled journey for all of us. We enjoyed a lot.
From Ajmer to Jaipur. There is no fun part as the complete journey is national highway 8. The traffic of both cities is annoying but we have destination fixed that is virasat heritage restaurant and its virasat sheesh mahal. Roads are good at both sides and the toll taxes wastes time in journey.
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Scorching heat, pink (a brick pink rather) windows, staring at me from what seems like every corner of the city, gushing traffic, hordes of workmen and locals with a sufficient mix of travelers enough to create metro-like traffics ďall this couldn't dampen my enthusiasm to go across every...more »
These AC buses are recent addition on this route. The charges are approximately double but is ok when you get a good service in the hot hot summer. The timings are also very comfortable to travel to Jaipur. They also provide 500 ml water bottle for each passenger.
We took VOLVO service by RSRTC. Bus was comfortable and staff was cooperative. Bus came at time and drop point was quite near to hotel. View was quite decent. We missed charging points in bus. NH8 is very good and we enjoyed the travel. Travellers should carry extra power bank.
I keep on travelling frequently on Jaipur-Delhi route. However, before the construction work on the Highway started it used to take only 5 hours in reaching Delhi in a Volvo. Since the work has started, the travel time has gone up to 7 hours due to frequent traffic jams. However, the bus quality is very good. Volvo is available from Jaipur Sindhi Camp Bus Stop every 1 hour. But still, if travelling to Delhi, go for the early morning double decker express or the evening Shatabdi Express. It costs less then Volvo and saves a lot of time.
We have visited Dehradhun from Jaipur by bus. From Dehradhun we took taxi for Mussoorie, taxi can be easily available from ISBT. The condition of the bus was good. It was A/c sleeper bus. We reached Dehradun on scheduled time. From Roorkie to Dehradhun the roads were not in good conditions.
That was a best trip of my life, I felt good with this trip. The quality of bus is so good. I want to go everywhere with the same bus service. That was awesome trip. I was happy with the trip and the travel arrangements. Thanks Holidayiq. Com for having me this fun. I am so thankful to this service provider.
The Govt buses of Rajasthan is like the average bus with normal facilities like the ordinary bus, I start the journey first from Jaipur to Mathura. Then from Mathura take tempo to visit Vrindavan. The behavior of the conductor is good and there is peace in the bus, no dispute is there, I find mostly buses.
The bus was good, clean and very nice staff behavior. I like the sleeper because I travel in night. I enjoyed every moment in the bus when I travel in the bus. The Bus stops at the midway for some food and be fresh to its passengers. I like very much the behavior is also good, they travel with the peace. No arguments, only travel with peace.