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DTC Bus Services

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About DTC

In 1950, after the Road Transport Corporation Act was passed, the Delhi Transport Corporation was formed. It is the main public bus transport service in Delhi. This corporation operates intrastate as well as interstate buses to six regions - Jammu & Kashmir, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. DTC is the largest bus service operator in the world that runs on CNG. DTC operates 81 interstate routes and issues bus passes on a monthly, quarterly and half-yearly basis. Also, DTC is quite popular in the capital for its student bus passes. Most parts of Delhi are connected through DTC.

DTC Online Booking

Delhi Transport Corporation has the option of booking bus tickets online. On its official site, travellers can book as well as cancel tickets, if required.

DTC : Bus Types

Delhi Transport Corporation operates many types of buses. Some of these are TATA non-AC Airbus, TATA AC Airbus, interstate bus service and buses that offer local sightseeing tours to tourists. You can choose the bus you want to travel in based on your budget, timings and other requirements.

Popular Routes of DTC

Many routes are operated by the Delhi Transport Corporation, which include intrastate and interstate routes. The interstate buses operate from three bus terminals located in Sarai Kale Khan, Anand Vihar and Kashmiri Gate. Some popular routes include the ones connecting Green Park and Moti Bagh, Madhu Vihar and Shivaji Stadium & Munirka and Naraina Vihar.

3 traveller reviews for DTC

Bharat Bhushan

  • Connoisseur
  • Bharat Bhushan
  • Lives in Delhi
  • 30 Reviews
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  •  240373 readers
Posted Jan 13, 2016
My travel by Delhi Tourism Corporation (dtc) bus from Delhi to Gurgaon is a good experience for me and my family. Bus quality is good and staff behavior is also good. But no service is provided by dtc buses like water, newspaper, blanket, cushion etc. Overall, experience is good. Timely service.
Bus operator: DTC
Bus Type:
  • Non-AC
This bus has:
  • Comfortable seats
  • Reading Light
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Navneet Mishra

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  • Navneet Mishra
  • Lives in Dehradun
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Posted Jan 7, 2015
It all started from 2012, when two of our friends been to Leh and we were stunned and bit jealous (I wont mind accepting it now :P), as they have been to the place (LEH) we could only dream of. But as you know college blood is warm and so we all agreed to a pact of visiting Leh in next summers i.e 2013.

So after waiting for almost a year the real time came and as you know we being student it was not easy for us to manage the budget and also the riding part (as we are experienced in riding in hilly areas like Musoorie or uphill till Rohtang Pass only). But now I was all up for the trip with around 20 k in my pocket.

Almost all the friends backed out at the real time (obviously due to there personal problems), but I was on a stage where there was no going back. So me along with one of my friend Manu Tyagi (who hardly had any experience regarding bike rides),launched for Manali from Delhi in bus (there was no biking till this point). We stayed at Manali for a day, visited all the rental points, checked-out every single bike and finally decided to choose Bajaj Pulsar 150 (though a weirdo choice :P).
So finally kicked off our journey from Manali at 12:30 pm. The weather was too perfect, best we could have thought of. Road to Rohtang was all muddy (as most of the times), but I managed to ride through it safely. After Rohtang it was all broken road till Keylong,we also came across some harsh winds on our way to Keylong and lacked visibility at times, but MANU managed to ride through it (I was amazed, as he hardly had any riding skills or experience). We decided staying back at Keylong for the night.

Day 2: We started off at 5:30 am and this was the day we came across the main obstacles with low temperature being the first ;) and broken roads, natural falls, flowing on the road and many more. But whenever you cross one obstacle and the inner piece you get after that, only the true rider can feel it. We continued riding and managed to reach Sarchu by 12:30 pm. All our shoes, socks were wet, so we wrapped poly-bags around them and took 1 hr rest and decided to continue. But the journey got tiring now, as reaching PAANG by 3:45 was too long but we did it. This was among the varied mountain ranges we came across, the shades kept changing and we simply couldn't believe it. It was astonishing and the beauty just caught us. We were all tired our back paining because we hardly had any equipment (just our biker gloves), though low temperature was never our concern but riding in wet shoes and socks was :P. We thought of spending night at PAANG only, but something just kept us going. So we decided to go further as much as we can. The road ahead proved our decision to be right, it was like sleeping on a soft mattress and the cloud formation was like the one we used to draw in our fancy sceneries. Though you have already seen it in some wallpaper or through snaps, but seeing it with bare eyes like real view was something, I donít have words to explain. I got so excited looking at it that I decided to pose for it without putting on my jacket (which didn't proved to be a good decision, but who the hell cared that time). So after riding some more time we decided to spend night just some 30 km before Tanglang la, at the road side camp. The dinner turned out to be the reason for me not feeling well next morning.

DAY 3: So. I wasn't well or rather fit for riding the next morning, but we cant afford loosing a day. So Manu choose to ride the next morning and there was no stopping for us, though we took 2-3 small breaks in between and reached Upasi had magi and then continued riding again, with me back on handle. Reached LEH somewhere around 2 and the ultimate peace you get after reaching that place is something you call happiness.

In the end all I wanna say, its something that I managed to do in my college life, so if I and many people like me can do it, even you can. Just quit saying NO.
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Bus operator: DTC
Bus Type:
  • A/C
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Its not actually the destination, its the journey that holds you. You wont find that kind of road all across the world, I can bet on it (I traveled the world, but I talked to people coming from different corners). Anyone who loves to ride, will fall in love with this place, without a second...more »
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Ankush Rathore

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  • Ankush Rathore
  • Lives in Delhi
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Posted Jul 17, 2014
I started travelling from Lodhi Colony through Delhi Transport Corporation AC bus and there was too much rush but so much fun with my friends. The seats weren't empty but we stood in the bus. The service was too bad, the AC wasn't functioning well. My advice to all travellers who uses DTC that you should always travel with your friends for fun and enjoyment.
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Bus operator: DTC
Bus Type:
  • A/C
This bus has:
  • On-time
  • Good halts
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