Last week, the online bus ticketing service redBus established a collaboration with the Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) to offer online tickets. With the help of this alliance, travellers will have more 24-hour options for purchasing bus tickets on routes within Uttar Pradesh as well as those that depart from the state and travel to other states like Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttarakhand, and Bihar, according to a statement from redBus.
Over 11,200 bus routes are served by 1,50,000 seats on more than 35,000 daily journeys by the UPSRTC.
Over 11,200 bus routes are served by 1,50,000 seats on more than 35,000 daily journeys by the UPSRTC. “We want to provide customers more options so they may reserve bus tickets when it’s most convenient for them. As part of this endeavour, it is now also possible to book UPSRTC bus tickets using the redBus platform. By collaborating with redBus, UPSRTC will also have access to the largest online booking client base,” Additional Managing Director Annapurna Garg of UPSRTC said.
Manoj Agarwala, the chief business officer of redBus, stated that the company sees a sizable possibility for private online ticketing companies to service thousands of bus passengers through digital ticketing.
The MakeMyTrip Group, one of the biggest travel aggregators in India, now includes redBus.
redBus, which was founded in India in 2006, has expanded its operations to Singapore and Malaysia in 2015 and bought the majority of Busportal, a Peruvian bus ticketing website, in 2016. RedBus began operating in Peru, Colombia, and other markets in Latin America as a result of this acquisition. The MakeMyTrip Group, one of the biggest travel aggregators in India, now includes redBus.