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FARES

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The rate of fares are revised and implemented in the state for various services as follows:

58 paise for City/Ordinary Services

62 paise for City Fast Services

62 paise for Fast Passenger/Limited Stop FP Services

65 paise for Super Fast Services

70 paise for Super Express Services

80 paise for Super Deluxe/Semi Sleeper Services

100 paise for Luxury/High-Tech/Air Conditioned Services

120 paise for Volvo Services.

The prescribed minimum charge as revised are:

Rupees 6.00 for City/Ordinary services/City Fast Services

Rupees 8.00 for Fast passenger/ Limited Stop Fast Passenger Services

Rupees 12.00 for Super Fast Services

Rupees17 00 for Super Express

Rupees 25 for Super Deluxe/ Semi Sleeper Services

Rupees 35 for Luxury/Hi-tech/Air Conditioned/Volvo Services.

The revised fares effect from 00.00 hours on 11-11-2012.


Refer to the Table Below:



Revised Fares [11-11-2012]
Bus Type Minimum Fare [in Rs.]
CITY/ ORDINARY 6.00
CITY FAST 6.00
FAST PASSENGER/LSFP 8.00
SUPER FAST PASSENGER 12.00
SUPER EXPRESS 17.00
SUPER DELUXE/SEMI SLEEPER 25.00
LUXURY/HI-TECH/AC 35.00
VOLVO [GARUDA] 35.00
JnNURM Services
A/C 15.00
Non A/C 8.00
JnNURM revised fares effect from 00.00 hours on 29-07-2013


YESTERDAY'S FARES


Half a 'Chakram' was the minmum fare in 1938. The first class tickets had cost 50% more than the coordinating rate. During that period free travelling was allowed for children upto 3 years and only half the fare for children aged till 14 yrs. There were no luggage tickets as such but when the luggage weighed more than 28 pounds upto 56 pounds it had the levy of 4 chakras and luggage or luggages that weighed more than 56 pounds had the levy of 6 chakras upto 112 pounds and above. Since the Chakram had triple the value of a 100 rupee currency note today, the cost of travelling was comparatively higher during those days.