Bhubaneswar Bus Depots



Bhubaneswar bus depots are places wherefrom passengers board into buses in order to travel to their desired destination The destination may be both inside Orissa state or outside the state.

Bhubaneswar bus depots oversee heavy vehicular traffic throughout the year. Bhubaneswar is the capital of the Indian state of Orissa. The city receives heavy tourist inflow for its rich heritage. Visitors other than tourists also come to Bhubaneswar. This is due to the fact that Bhubaneswar counts as a major industrial destination in eastern India. Bhubaneswar also has made a name for itself as a educational hub of the country. The combination of all these factors result in heavy passenger traffic in the Bhubaneswar bus depots.

Bhubaneswar is superbly connected by motorable roads 365 days a year. The National Highway number 5 (NH-5) touches the city. Among the main Bhubaneswar bus depots, Barmunda is the principal bus depot in Bhubaneswar. Barmunda is 8 kilometers distant from the Bhubaneswar city center. Barmunda bus depot is accessed by frequent bus services from all over Orissa. Interstate buses also make Barmunda bus depot their terminus bus stand.

Bhubaneswar bus depots have a traffic of more than 1 lakh people per day. About 300 vehicles ply from the Bhubaneswar bus depots. The Bhubaneswar bus depots also provide the passengers with convenience stores. These stores are privately owned and operated. Fast food restaurants are also found near Bhubaneswar bus depots. These fast food outlets are generally under private ownership. Departure and arrival boards in the Bhubaneswar bus depots guide the bus passengers to board their respective correct buses.



Last Updated on 27 July 2012



     


     

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