Punjab Roadways came into being in the year 1948 with a fleet of 13 buses, which rose gradually to its highest strength of 2407 buses in the year 1985. The primary objective of Punjab Roadways is to provide an economical, reliable and comfortable transport service in the state of Punjab with connecting service to adjoining states. Punjab Roadways is also providing free/concessional travel to the deserving categories identified by the Punjab Government. Punjab Roadways is also operating and monitoring the Bus Stands of Punjab.
Punjab Roadways has 18 depots viz Chandigarh, Roopnagar, Ludhiana, Moga, Jagraon, Nangal, Jalandhar-1, Jalandhar-2, Nawanshehar, Batala, Pathankot, Hoshiarpur, Amritsar-1, Amritsar-2, Taran Taaran, Patti, Ferozepur and Mukatsar.
The vision of Punjab Roadways and PUNBUS buses is to provide a reliable, efficient and economical means of Passenger transport to the common man of Punjab. Punjab Roadways & Punbus will act as a socio commercial department with the objective of providing the highest revenues possible along with the objective of providing bus service at concessional rates or free of charge to some special need worthy categories of passengers and providing bus service to certain commercially non viable areas where there are very few other means of transport.
|S.No.||Depot Name||Actual Operating||R.C. Deposite||K.M. Scheme||PUNBUS Buses||Total Buses||Allotted KM's|
|13||Amritsar - 1||22||0||14||22||58||30097|
|14||Amritsar - 2||30||0||10||15||55||29935|