Rajkot Bus

Rajkot Bus extensively serves the people of the region and is an inseparable part of Rajkot transportation. The buses of Rajkot operate through a wide network and ply to various destinations both within the state and outside.

Rajkot, being a forerunner of business enterprises and home to a high density of population, experiences a huge influx of visitors every day. The commuters prefer bus transportation in Rajkot for its frequent service and reachability to various regions which might not have a railway station with the main city.

The bus service of Rajkot deserves special appreciation due to its voluminous presence. Various parts of the city are well connected by buses that run at regular intervals. The bus services are maneuvered both by state owned and private transport corporations and are the main means of travel within the city limits for the common people. There are two major bus stands in Rajkot for operating long distance bus services in Rajkot.

Rajkot is connected with bus service to major cities of Gujarat like, Vadodara, Junagadh, Bhavnagar, Dwarka, Porbandar, Somnath, Jamnagar, Surendranagar, Una, Okha, Ahmedabad, Surat, Amreli, Bhuj and many others. The buses also ply to cities in other neighboring states like Jodhpur, Mt Abu, Udaipur, Diu Bombay and many other places.

Tickets for buses in Rajkot are always in high demand. It is, therefore advisable to reserve tickets in advance for long distance journeys. The bus service in Rajkot also include luxury and deluxe buses that ply to all the above mentioned destinations and more.

Last Updated on 10 July 2012



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