Rajasthan Roadways online ticket booking is getting popular: How to book an e-ticket

| May 8, 2017 | Last Updated:
May 8, 2017 8:08 pm
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Jaipur: An increasing number of people are booking tickets for Rajasthan Roadways buses online.

What has made the e-ticket project really successful is the growing interest of foreign tourists in using the service.

Rajasthan roadways officials said that not only domestic travellers, but foreign nationals are also booking bus tickets online.

The service is most popular among American tourists followed by Singapore, the U.K. and United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Since Rajasthan Roadways is accepting online ticket booking from all master and visa cards, travellers are finding it very easy to use the service.

Nearly 3 lakh travellers are booking Rajasthan Roadways buses online every month.

Nearly 80% of them are young travellers.

Nearly 75% of those booking tickets online are males.

You can download ‘RSRTC Bus Ticket Booking App’ or go to RSRTC (Rajasthan State Road Transport Corporation) website and use the e-ticketing service there.

Here is the link for e-ticketing:

https://rsrtconline.rajasthan.gov.in/changeLanguage/en

similar to most ticket booking apps, you simply have to enter the name of departure and arrival destinations , journey date  and bus service type.

You can enter the first few alphabets of your choice of origin & destination places and Click on Search Button.

Click on the link below for a detailed guide (the guide has been provided by the RSRTC itself):

https://rsrtconline.rajasthan.gov.in/home.do?method=helps

In case any problems in Online Ticket Booking/Cancellation/Refund, you can call Rajasthan Roadways  helpdesk on RSRTC toll free number 1800-2000-103, 8003491501/02/03/04

You can also complain by sending an email to rsrtchelpdesk@gmail.com.

Officials said that it was possible for travellers to cancel the tickets and get refund.

“We would add more features in the near future to make the interface most user-friendly,” said an RSRTC officer.