Delhi Bus Stand at Gandhi Road

Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road is the principal bus station for interstate buses and other public vehicles which regularly transports passengers from other places to Dehradun.

Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road primarily caters to interstate buses. All types of long haul buses - Super Deluxe Volvo, Hi Tech Deluxe Buses and ordinary buses ply through Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road.

The Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road constitutes an arrangement of facilities where intercity buses pick up and drop off passengers. The Delhi Bus Stand, Gandhi Road occupies a large area, so that a number of large long haul interstate buses can park side by side. Delhi Bus Stand of Gandhi Road is not merely a bus stop.

Delhi Bus Stand at Gandhi Road is the terminal station for interstate buses.

The Delhi Bus Stand in Gandhi Road caters to both government and private operated buses. The prospective passenger can choose between multiple bus types:

  • Super Deluxe Volvo buses: Super Deluxe Volvo buses ply on the Delhi to Dehradun route. Super Deluxe Volvo buses usually have climate control facilities with push reclining back seats, front and rear air suspension. Snacks and mineral water is sometimes provided by the transport operator.

  • Hi Tech Deluxe Buses: Hi Tech Deluxe Buses offer the passenger a full reclining seat with head rest. All are 2x2 push back seats. These buses are more affordable than Super Deluxe Volvo buses.

  • Ordinary buses: Ordinary buses have 2x3 comfortable seats. This type of buses offer a reasonable travel comfort at an eminently affordable price. There is plenty of luggage room in these buses.

Last Updated on 14 March 2013



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