New Delhi. In the festive season, those traveling in the train often have to deal with ticket tussle. Especially on the occasion of Holi, it has become difficult to get train tickets. A large number of waiting lists are being seen on all routes. Those with waiting tickets are always in a dilemma whether their ticket will be confirmed or not. On some routes, even in special trains, the booking of seats has been completed. In such a situation, if you are not getting a train ticket to go home, then you can enjoy the journey in the bus.
On the occasion of Holi, the UP Roadways has made preparations so that the passengers do not have to face the shortage of buses. Before Holi, UP CM Yogi Adityanath flagged off 76 new Rajdhani service and 38 ordinary service buses. Buses will operate from capital Lucknow to every district of the state.
24-hour bus facility for the passengers going home from Noida depot
According to a news of GBusiness, from March 3 to 12, passengers going home from Noida depot will get 24-hour bus facility. For this, 144 buses have been deployed. Buses for Meerut, Agra, Hathras, Bulandshahr, Hapur, Bareilly, Bandayu, Mathura, Lucknow, Shamli will be available every half an hour from Noida Depot. Apart from this, special buses will also be operated for Haridwar.
250 additional buses from Ghaziabad depot
From March 4 to March 7, 250 additional buses will ply on different routes from Ghaziabad depot. There will be 35 luxury non stop buses in these.
Apart from this, 60 additional buses will be installed in Lucknow, 140 in Prayagraj, 60 in Kanpur, 200 in Etawah, 50 in Bareilly and 150 in Moradabad . Apart from this, special buses will be run from Ayodhya to Delhi, Kanpur, Azamgarh, Gorakhpur, Prayagraj from March 3 to March 12.