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Wednesday , 22 September 2021

Tag Archives: MSRTC

“ROAD SAFETY: First Step is to Educate People”

Diwakar Raote, Transport Minister, Government of Maharashtra talks to TrafficInfraTech on government’s thrust area for safe mobility in the state. The Transport Ministry’s thrust areas with regards to safe and convenient mobility ? We are looking at an individual whether on the road or the one driving the vehicle; here safety of both the individuals is involved. One mistake byeither one can lead to a major accident.  There ...

Mumbai-Pune Volvo buses to get Wi-Fi

The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) plans to install Wi-Fi sets on 100 Shivneri AC Volvo buses that it operates between Mumbai and Pune. The service, which will be free, will allow commuters to access the internet from their laptops, iPads and smartphones such as Android, BlackBerry and iPhones. Before using the service, commuters will receive a query, in ...

Integrated Electronic Ticket Issuing Machine

Integrated ETIM (Electronic Ticket Issuing Machine) from Trimax IT Infrastructure & Services Ltd is a combination of an electronic ticket issuing machine and an online reservation system used at booking windows. It uses a secure payment gateway and also has a mobile application. It provides for fleet optimisation and business reengineering. While it is convenient of passengers it also helps ...

Flyovers in Mumbai End-User Evaluation of Infrastructure Projects

Increasing population and traffic congestion have adversely affected the quality of life of Mumbai’s residents, especially the commuters. Since the administration’s initiatives of providing infrastructure, including flyovers, have not helped in reducing the travellers’ woes, it is necessary to scale up the mode of public transport by reducing the number of other vehicles on the road.

MSRTC to roll out new steel buses

The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) which runs the second largest fleet of buses in the country (16,500 buses), has decided to replace aluminium with steel in the body of its buses. Steel is stronger than aluminium. The conversion will make the buses more resistant to damage in case of crashes and will enhance passenger safety to a great ...