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Delhi schools, students in a jam as state-owned bus fleet is withdrawn

Costs rise for all sides as state govt is forced to look at options providing a safe, economical transport option

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DTC buses | Delhi schools | Students

Debarghya Sanyal  |  New Delhi 



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After the Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) discontinued all its 579 buses from school duty, a crucial public need is in a fix. DTC stopped lending its buses to schools at the start of this academic year (in April), saying it needed to serve daily commuters. In the absence of a state-bus fleet, private vans and buses haven’t proved to be a safe and reliable alternative for .

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First Published: Mon, August 22 2022. 17:59 IST

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