Find detailed bus routes, stops, trips timetable and on how reach one place to another place with Delhi Transit buses aka DTC (Delhi Transport Corporation) a common public transport operator of Delhi.
Delhi Transport Corporation(DTC)
May 1, 1948
DTC Headquarters, I.P. Estate, New Delhi 110002
Delhi, NCR (Noida, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Ghaziabad)
Type of Services
Delhi sight-seeing, Intra-state bus service, Inter-state bus service
Fast Facts About DTC
Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) is the main public transport operator of Delhi. It is one of the largest CNG-powered bus service operator in the world. The Delhi Transport Corporation was incorporated in May 1948 by the Indian government for local bus services.
The Delhi Transport Corporation was incorporated in May 1948 by the Indian government for local bus services.
It was over taken the services from Gwalior and Northern India Transport Company Ltd. as it was inadequate in serving the purpose.
It was then named "Delhi Transport Service". It was again constituted as "Delhi Road Transport Authority" under the Road Transport Corporation Act, 1950.
This Authority became an undertaking of Municipal Corporation of Delhi by an Act of Parliament in April, 1958.
Delhi Transport Corporation operates on many routes in Delhi and neighbouring States.
The mofussil buses operate around 46 depots out of which 18 depots are of old DTC buses and rest have low floor buses.
It connects almost every part of Delhi with this network of buses.
The most Prominent of these being the Mudrika and the Bahri Mudrika Seva services interconnecting all parts of the city with a great frequency of buses until approximately 10:30 p.m.
This service uses buses with improved carrying capacity and better facilities like air-conditioning, less travel time, less congestion, more comfortable interiors, GPS navigation etc.
It is having a fleet of 3800 buses, apart from this there are 2400 DIMTS buses, taking total fleet to 6200 buses.
📰 DTC News
To tackle air pollution in Delhi, the national capital will launch its first DTC electric bus on Monday. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will flag off the first electric bus of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) from Indraprastha depot in the afternoon.