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Tata Motors CNG Buses clock 100 crore kms under Delhi Transport

Delhi Transport Bus CNG
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Over the past 7 years, Tata Motors fleet of CNG buses has completed over 100 crore kms with Delhi Transport Corporation.

Tata Motors has a total of 2,682 buses plying for Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) which include low and semi floor AC and Non AC buses. These buses are operated from 22 bus depots across the Capital offering transport facilities to over 30 lakh passengers and covering a distance of about 4.70 lakh kms on a daily basis. Tata Motors now reveals that their fleet of buses with DTC have completed 100,71,27,708 kilometers. 

DTC, one of the largest CNG powered bus service operators in the world caters to 50% of Delhi’s total commuter population who rely on this service for their daily intra city travel.

Apart from Delhi, Tata Motors CNG buses are also used by many more city corporations. The one in the image above is for Pune City Transport.

Apart from Delhi, Tata Motors CNG buses are also used by many more city corporations. The one in the image above is for Pune City Transport.

Achievement of this feat is a testimony of the durability and quality of Tata Motors CNG Buses. The facility has the backing of an efficient team of dedicated employees with sound knowledge of fleet management and ensuring bus services round the clock for the past 7 years. Tata Motors CNG Buses have served the Delhi commuter well, with the entire range of buses providing quality services, smooth and comfortable travel and dependability.

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Both Tata Motors and DTC continue with this partnership and expect to achieve even greater results. The company has also developed buses and coaches for various other intercity travel facilities expanding to school buses.

Tata Motors’ buses have been sourced for many significant functions held in the Capital. This includes the 2010 Common Wealth Games, Independence Day and Republic day celebrations. They were also used when the President of the US visited Delhi earlier this year.

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