PNBS to come under surveillance
In an attempt to fortify safety measures in and around the ever bustling Pandit Nehru Bus Station (PNBS) in Vijayawada, the AP State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) has embarked on a safety pl...
RTC wants bigger pie in Combi-Ticket revenue
The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) has sought an enhanced share of revenue generated from the Combi-Ticket that facilitates travel on the buses and the MMTS services....
RTC goes on a drive for more buses
Forwards proposals to buy more buses under JNNURM
Sexual harassment case against two RTC officials
A Deputy Superintendent (Mechanical) in Vijayawada APSRTC depot has filed a sexual harassment case against two of her departmental superiors with the Krishna Lanka police.According to the c...
Jilted lover slits girl's throat
A jilted lover slit the throat of his 22-year-old relative in Ibrahimpatnam on Wednesday evening.The victim from Langer Houz is a trainee traffic inspector with APSRTC.
35-year-old man run over by RTC bus
P. Arun Kumar of Langer Houz was riding a motorcycle when the bus hit him
3,437 accidents last yr: State-run buses ranked most unsafe in country
India, May 19 -- State-run buses have been identified as the most unsafe in the country with the latest (2011-12) report by the ministry of road transport and highways putting Maharashtra on the top of the maximum number of accidents list.The statistics show that on an average, more than one person get killed every day in an accident involving the Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation ...
Rallies and meetings mark May Day celebrations
Working class urged to protest against the anti-worker policies of the government
Lakhs appear for medical, engineering exam in Andhra
Hyderabad, May 10 (IANS) Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET) for admission to engineering and medical colleges in Andhra Pradesh began amid tight security arrangements across the state Friday morning.
PMK cadres continue violence in Tamil Nadu
In the wake of the arrest of PMK leader S Ramadoss, party cadres continued on their rampage across Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, setting fire to state-run buses and hurling petrol bombs and stones at government vehicles.