Time Table Apsrtc Bus Timings
- 1 How to check local bus timings in ap?
- 2 What is the cost of general bus pass for 1 month in AP?
- 3 How do you read a bus timetable?
- 4 How much is the bus ticket from Tadepalligudem to Ravulapalem?
- 5 What is ultra deluxe bus?
- 6 How much does it cost to hike on AP bus?
- 7 Why is bus schedule important?
- 8 What is bus clock speed?
- 9 How much is the bus ticket from bhimavaram to rajahmundry?
How to check local bus timings in ap?
APSRTC( Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation) bus timings can be checked on the redBus website. redBus is an official online booking partner for the APSRTC bus. All you have to do enter source and destination and date of travel. There you see plethora of APSRTC buses.
How much is the bus ticket from Tadepalligudem to Dwaraka Tirumala?
The Tadepalligudem to Dwaraka Tirumala bus tickets fare starts from INR 90 per head and can go as high as INR 90 per head. The ticket price depends on various factors such as your travel needs and bus availability. Moreover, the fare of an AC bus from Tadepalligudem to Dwaraka Tirumala is higher than an ordinary bus.
How many APSRTC buses are there in AP?
Profile The origin of APSRTC dates back to June1932, when it was first established as NSR-RTD (Nizam State Rail & Road Transport Department), a wing of Nizam State Railway in the erstwhile Hyderabad State, with 27 buses and 166 employees. During the past 77 years, it has registered a steady growth from 27 to 14,123 buses with 423 bus stations, 129 Depots and 697 bus shelters.
- The Corporation’s buses cover 39.93 lakhs KMs.
- And carry 37.38 lakhs people to their destinations every day.
- They connect 14,123 villages to all major towns and cities in A.P which constitutes 95% of Road Transport.
- APSRTC operates to City and Mofussil areas.
- The Corporation’s buses also ply to important towns and cities in the neighboring States of Tamilnadu, Karnataka, Odisha, Telangana.
The entire network is under the administrative control of 26 Regional Managers in 4 Zones. APSRTC under the present name was established on 11th January 1958 in pursuance of the Road Transport Corporations Act 1950.
What is the cost of general bus pass for 1 month in AP?
|As a social obligation on part of the Andhra Pradesh State Government, A.P.S.R.T.C. is extending various types of free/concessional bus passes facility to different categories of commuters, to travel in the buses operating both in cities / towns and mofussil areas. The details such as various types of passes under issue and their tariffs are given at Annexure ‘A’. The brief gist of each category of passes is as under.|
|STUDENTS BELOW 12 YEARS OF AGE.|
|In pursuance of the policy of Andhra Pradesh State Government, Corporation has implemented the facility of issuing free bus passes to all the students below 12 years of age w.e.f.01.02.1984, to travel free from the residence to school and back, irrespective of whether the Institution is of Government, aided or a private one. There is no distance restriction for availing the bus pass. The facility is available in cities / towns and in rural areas. Eligibility: The School / Institution shall be of Govt., Govt. aided or private registered one. The Head of the Institution shall certify the date of birth and bonafides of the students. Free route pass between residence and school will be issued by the nearest Depot Manager.|
|FREE TRAVEL BUS PASSES TO GIRL STUDYING UPTO CLASS X AND BELOW.|
|Based on the decision of the Government of Andhra Pradesh vide letter No.12540/Tr.III(2)/2000-1, dt.21.08.2000, Corporation has implemented free travel facility to all girl students upto an upper age limit of 18 years, studying Class X and below. This facility is extended for travel between the residence and school by ordinary services upto a maximum distance of 20 KMs. in rural areas and 22 KMs. in cities / towns. Eligibility : Girl students up to an upper age limit of 18 years studying class X and below shall be issued with free route pass from residence to school and back upto a maximum distance upto 20 KMs. in rural areas and 22 KMs. in cities / towns. The students studying in Govt., Govt. aided or private registered school are eligible for which the Head of the school shall certify the date of birth and bonafides of the students.|
|STUDENT PASSES IN CITIES / TOWNS.|
|The students studying in colleges located in cities / towns are issued with slab rated quarterly route bus passes for a minimum slab of 4 KMs. to 22 KMs. maximum. The students are also issued with Monthly as well as Quarterly General bus tickets on the strength of which they are allowed to perform unrestricted journeys. Eligibility: The school / college / higher educational and Technical institution where the student is studying shall have recognition of the State or Central Govt. The courses shall be of full time in nature. The students shall not be in receipt of any stipend / fellowship and should not have been employed. The institution shall have affiliation to any Board or University of the State / Central Govt. which conducts examinations and issues certificates. The students shall obtain certification of the Head of the Institution in the application form prescribed and submit to obtain the bus pass from the nearest Depot Manager.|
|STUDENTS OF HIGH SCHOOLS / COLLEGES.|
|Students above 12 years of age studying in various schools / colleges, Higher Educational Institutions, Technical Institutions including private unaided Cooperative Junior Colleges and ITIs which are of the Government or recognized by the Andhra Pradesh State Government or Central Government or by the Government Board or affiliated to University are issued slab rated Monthly route bus passes whose tariff is based on the distance involved, valid for travel by the Ordinary buses only. These passes are issued for travel upto a maximum distance of 50 KMs. in case of students of Colleges / Higher Educational Institutions and upto 20 KMs. in respect of High School Students. Eligibility: The school / college / higher educational and Technical institution where the student is studying shall have recognition of the State or Central Govt. The courses shall be of full time in nature. The students shall not be in receipt of any stipend / fellowship and should not have been employed. The institution shall have affiliation to any Board or University of the State / Central Govt. which conducts examinations and issues certificates. The students shall obtain certification of the Head of the Institution in the application form prescribed and submit to obtain the bus pass from the nearest Depot Manager.|
|SPECIAL GENERAL BUS TICKETS.|
|In addition to all the above types of bus passes, Corporation is also issuing Special Monthly General bus tickets in cities / towns to the students who are studying Job Oriented Courses. These bus passes are priced a little higher than the tariff charged to other regular students.|
|EXCLUSIVE TRIPS TO SPECIAL SCHOOL / COLLEGES.|
|Corporation operates exclusive buses to schools / colleges, where the number of students utilizing the facility is not less than 60. This facility is available both in cities / towns and in rural areas. Students numbering not less than 60 willing to avail exclusive student special shall be provided with exclusive bus facility. The minimum route length for operating the service is 16 KMs. in cities / towns and 20 KMs. in rural areas. The tariff shall be collected extra on pro-rata basis, depending upon the additional distance involved.|
|PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED BUS PASSES.|
| Corporation is issuing bus passes to the physically challenged, mentally retarded, blind, deaf & dumb persons to travel free by the buses operating in cities / towns. In case of services operating in rural areas, these physically challenged persons are allowed 50 % concession on normal fares. Escorts to blind and mentally retarded are allowed when accompanying them. These escorts are allowed for free in city services and at 50% concession upto ultradeluxe in mofussil buses
Eligibility: Physically challenged, mentally retarded, blind, deaf & dumb shall produce certificate issued by the District Medical Board concerned. The blind are those in whom the sight is totally absent i.e., loss of sight in both eyes Mentally retarded person is he who is under the category of IQ-69 and below Orthopaedically challenged are those who have 40 % and above disability. Escorts for mentally retarded and blind persons are allowed based on the certification of the Medical authorities. Deaf & Dumb are those in whom the sense of hearing and speaking is fully nonfunctional for ordinary purpose of life. He does not hear / understand sound at all even with amplified speech.
|MONTHLY GENERAL BUS TICKETS.|
|These passes are issued in two categories viz., Ordinary and Metro Express validating the holders of the pass to perform unrestricted journeys by the services applicable for which it is valid and operating in that city / town. The holders of superior class of bus passes viz., Metro Deluxe General bus ticket holders are allowed to travel by other lower class of services viz., Metro Express, Ordinary upto the valid limits. Eligibility: General public are issued with monthly season tickets in rural areas and route passes in cities/towns. The holders of this pass will be charged 20 days (one ‘Up’ and one ‘Down’) fare i.e., 1/3rd concession allowing them to perform journey on all days of the month Monthly General Bus Tickets are issued for travel by City Ordinary and Metro Express services at a monthly cost of Rs.1010/- and Rs.1140/- respectively. Holders of the pass are permitted to perform unrestricted journey by the services for which the pass is valid.|
|BUS PASSES TO NGO’s.|
|As per the policy of the Government of Andhra Pradesh, the NGOs i.e., Govt. employees working in Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada are being issued Monthly General bus passes for travel by the city / suburban services operating in these cities to enable them to attend to their duties. The employees will pay 1/3rd cost of the General bus ticket while the balance 2/3rd cost is reimbursed by the Andhra Pradesh State Government. Eligibility: AP State Government employees working in Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada whose pay is below the scale of Rs.44570/- to 121280/-(pre-revised), are issued NGOs bus passes priced at Rs.340/- and Rs.480/- for City and Sub-urban travel respectively. The Controlling Officer will certify the bonafides of the NGO for obtaining this pass. The NGO will pay 1/3rd cost of the pass and the balance 2/3rd’s cost will be reimbursed by AP State Government.|
|FREE BUS PASSES TO YOUTH ATTENDING INTERVIEWS.|
|Youth attending interviews conducted by the Government agencies like APPSC, DSC and State owned Public Sector Undertakings are issued “to & fro” free bus pass for which the Government of Andhra Pradesh will reimburse the cost of journeys in full to the Corporation.|
|MONTHLY SEASON TICKET (MOFUSSIL).|
|Monthly season tickets are issued to the regular commuters like office goers, students, business men etc., in rural areas upto a maximum distance of 100 KMs. (20 stages). These passes are of two types viz., Pallevelugu,Ultrapallevelugu, Express and Ultradeluxe Monthly season tickets. The tariffs of these passes are fixed basing on the distance the pass holder intends to travel from one stage to another.|
|MONTHLY ROUTE PASSES (CITIES / TOWNS).|
|Monthly route passes have been introduced for the benefit of general commuters to travel by the city / town services operating in Visakhapatnam and Vijayawada w.e.f.01.04.2002. These passes are issued in three slabs i.e., upto 4 KMs., 8 KMs., 12 KMs,16KMs.,18KMs., and 20KMs. Tariff for these passes is fixed at 20 days normal fare. Eligibility: General public are issued with monthly season tickets in rural areas and route passes in cities/towns. The holders of this pass will be charged 20 days (one ‘Up’ and one ‘Down’) fare i.e., 1/3rd concession allowing them to perform journey on all days of the month.|
|TRAVEL FACILITIES FOR MLAs AND MPs.|
|In accordance with the orders of the Government of Andhra Pradesh, Corporation is allowing all the MLA’s., their spouses and MP’s hailing from A.P. to travel free by all its services viz., City, Pallevelugu, Express and AC Coaches. An attendant is allowed when MLA or spouse of MLA travel singly. When MLA and spouse of MLA travel together, they are not allowed to take one attendant. The Government of Andhra Pradesh have been reimbursing subsidy to the Corporation @ Rs.100/- per MLA, spouse of MLA and MP per month.|
|PASSES FOR FREEDOM FIGHTERS.|
|In pursuance of the policy of the Government, Corporation is issuing bus passes to all the Freedom Fighters of Andhra Pradesh who crossed 65 years of age and receiving pension either from the Government of Andhra Pradesh or from the Central Government. The Freedom Fighters holding passes are allowed to travel free by all types of services of the Corporation. The Government of Andhra Pradesh will reimburse the cost of travel to Corporation for the claim preferred which is based on the cost of operation from time to time.|
|As a welfare measure to the employees of the Corporation, all the children of the employees studying in schools / colleges are extended student bus pass facility at an additional concession of 75 % over the rates of bus passes charged to other students.|
How do you read a bus timetable?
- Bus B leaves the hospital at 10:48.
- Bus B gets to the school at 11:10.
- To work out the duration of the journey we find the difference between 11:10 and 10:48.
- The hours are different and so we can count from 10:48 to 11:00 and then from 11:00 to 11:10.
- There are 60 minutes in an hour and the time from 10:48 to 11:00 is 60 – 48, which is 12 minutes.
- We then have a further 10 minutes from 11:00 to 11:10.
- The journey takes a total of 22 minutes
To read a bus timetable, look down the left column to find the name of the station you are at. The times that each bus leaves this station are in the same row to the right. Now read downwards from a chosen time to see what time this bus reaches the coming destinations. We can see Bus A’s journey begins at the market at 08:00. Its next stop is at the cinema. It leaves the cinema at 08:10. Then the bus goes to the hospital. It leaves the hospital at 08:25. The final stop is at the school. It arrives at the school at 08:47.
- We can see that Bus B leaves the market at 10:20, leaves the cinema at 10:32, leaves the hospital at 10:48 and arrives at the school at 11:10.
- Bus C leaves the market at 12:20, leaves the cinema at 12:26, leaves the Hospital at 12:42 and arrives at the School at 13:11.
- Bus D leaves the market at 16:55, leaves the cinema at 17:10, leaves the hospital at 17:33 and arrives at the school at 18:01.
- Here is an example of reading a bus timetable.
“I catch the 12:42 bus from the hospital. When do I arrive at school?” We first find the hospital station in the left column and read across from this row to find the bus that leaves at 12:42. We now read downwards to see the rest of the journey after it leaves the hospital. After the hospital stop, the bus arrives at the school. The bus arrives at school at 13:11. In this next example, “I am at the cinema and it is 11:50. When is the next bus?” We need to read the times of the different buses that leave the cinema. It is 11:50, so I have already missed the 08:10 and 10:32 buses. The next bus is at 12:26. In this next example we are asked, “How long does it take Bus A to get from the market to the cinema?” We need to find the time when Bus A leaves the market and the time it arrives at the cinema. We then find the difference between these times. Reading the schedule, Bus A leaves the market at 08:00 and arrives at the cinema at 08:10. We now find the difference between these times. The hours are the same as they are both 8 o’clock. We can see that from 08:00 to 08:10, the bus has taken 10 minutes. Again both times have the same hour of 8 o’clock. So to find the difference between the times, we simply find the difference between the minutes.
- To find the difference, we subtract.
- 47 – 25 = 22 and so, the journey takes 22 minutes.
- In this next example we are asked, “How long does it take Bus B to get from the hospital to the school?”
- Bus B leaves the hospital at 10:48 and arrives at the school at 11:10.
This time the hour times are different. One is after 10 o’clock and the next time is after 11 o’clock.
- Because the hours are different, we find the minutes to the next hour and count on from there.
- We first find the time from 10:48 until the next hour, 11 o’clock.
- There are 60 minutes in an hour so the time taken from 10:48 to the next hour is 60 – 48.
- 60 – 48 = 12, so the time to 11:00 is 12 minutes.
We now count on from 11:00 to 11:10. This is an extra 10 minutes.
- In total, the time taken is 12 minutes plus 10 minutes.
- The journey takes a total of 22 minutes.
- We are now asked, “How long does it take Bus D to get from the market to the hospital?”
Bus D leaves the market at 16:55. It arrives at the hospital at 17:33.
- Again the hours are different and so, we count on from 16:55 to 17:00 before counting on to 17:33.
- 16:55 is five to 17:00 and so it is 5 minutes until 17:00.
- We then have a further 33 minutes until 17:33.
In total we have 5 minutes plus 33 minutes. The journey took 38 minutes. In these examples, we will look at examples of reading a bus timetable with buses running from Worcester to Rubery. We can see that not all stops have times written next to them. This means that the bus does not stop at this station.
If there is no time written for a station then the bus will skip this station and go directly to the next one down on the schedule with a time next to it. In this example we have, “I catch the 07:16 bus from Fernhill. Will I be able to get off in Sidemoor?” We first find the 07:16 bus that is in line with the Fernhill stop.
We then read downwards until we find the box in line with the Sidemoor stop. We can see that after the bus leaves Fernhill at 07:16, it leaves Droitwich at 07:29. There is no time next to the Wychbold station and then there is no time next to the Sidemoor station.
- This means that this bus does not stop at either of these two stations.
- I will not be able to get off the bus in Sidemoor.
- In this next example of reading a bus timetable, “It is 06:30 and I am in Wychbold.
- When is the next bus?” We can read across the row from Wychbold to see what times the bus leaves this station.
A bus leaves Wychbold at 05:55, then the next bus does not arrive at Wychbold, then a bus leaves Wychbold leaves at 08:25. The final bus also does not stop at Wychbold. If it is 06:30, then I have missed the 05:55 bus. The next bus that stops here is at 08:25.
- We can see that I have missed the 05:30 bus and the next bus is at 07:05.
- We can read down from 07:05 to see what time this bus arrives in Catshill.
- We leave Fernhill at 07:16, we don’t stop at Wychbold or Sidemoor and then leave Catshill at 08:00.
- We know that we must be in Catshill at 08:00.
In this next example, “I catch the 07:50 bus from Worcester. How long will it take to get to Rubery?”
- We leave Worcester at 07:50 and get to Rubery at 09:02.
- We can see that the hours are different so we count from 07:50 to 08:00, then from 08:00 to 09:00 and finally from 09:00 to 09:02.
- There are 60 minutes in an hour so the time from 07:50 to 08:00 is 60 – 50.
- This is 10 minutes.
We then have an hour from 08:00 to 09:00. This is 1 hour 10 minutes so far in total. We then have another 2 minutes from 09:00 to 09:02. This is 1 hour 12 minutes in total. This journey takes 1 hour 12 minutes.
What is system bus timing?
A bus timing diagram is an architectural design tool that shows the states of bytes as they are transferred through the system bus and memory. The concept is similar to the raising and lowering of flags on a ship: when a flag is raised, a given activity can occur; when lowered, another activity starts or stops.
How much is the bus ticket from bhimavaram to rajahmundry APSRTC?
Bhimavaram to Rajahmundry Bus Ticket Price The Bhimavaram to Rajahmundry bus tickets fare starts from INR 799 per head and can go as high as INR 999 per head.
How much is the bus ticket from Vijayawada to Bhimavaram?
Other Buses from Vijayawada to Bhimavaram
|Bus Details||Time and Duration||Price|
|Siri Tours and TravelsA/C Seater / Sleeper (2+1) 3 Seats0 Window Seats||03:55 AM2h 35m06:30 AM||₹ 999onwards Select seats|
|Siri Tours and TravelsNON AC Seater / Sleeper 2+1 29 Seats15 Window Seats||03:55 AM2h 35m06:30 AM||₹ 890onwardsSelect seats|
How much is the bus ticket from Tadepalligudem to Ravulapalem?
Top Buses from Tadepalligudem to Ravulapalem
|Bus Details||Time and Duration||Price|
|APSRTCSuper Luxury (Non AC Seater 2+2 Push Back) 33 Seats0 Window Seats||03:27 PM1h 28m04:55 PM||₹ 80onwards Select seats|
|APSRTCSuper Luxury (Non AC Seater 2+2 Push Back) 33 Seats0 Window Seats||08:57 AM1h 28m10:25 AM||₹ 80onwardsSelect seats|
Which is better super luxury or ultra deluxe?
9) Super Luxury (Non A/C Seater) – APSRTC Super Luxury Tirupati – Bangalore These Buses are operated as Night and Day Reservation Services Between Main Towns and Cities in Andhra Pradesh. These buses are Majority of fleet in reservation category of APSRTC, The fare of this buses are higher than Ultra Deluxe Services because It is comfortable. These are 2+2 Non A/C Service with Air Suspension Coach facilities. APSRTC Super Luxury Bangalore – Pulivendula Facilities:- Soft Cushioned Rectilinear Seats, Air Suspension Coach, TV facility. Reservation facility, live tracking facility available.
What is the full form of ADC in APSRTC?
6. The representatives of APSRTC stated that the Assistant Depot Clerk (ADC) post is a promotional post from Driver to Conductor.
What is ultra deluxe bus?
ULTRA DELUXE ( NON-AC, 2+2 PUSH BACK ) buses serviced by APSRTC are well equipped with various amenities. Most of the buses come with clean and adequate interiors. All the APSRTC ULTRA DELUXE (NON-AC, 2+2 PUSH BACK) buses comprise of comfortable seating arrangement.
What is the minimum bus fare in Andhra Pradesh?
This story is from April 14, 2022 The corporation is expected to get Rs 720 crore additional revenue from the increase in prices. VIJAYAWADA : The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation ( APSRTC ) on Wednesday announced hike in ticket prices. The APSRTC imposed diesel cess, safety cess and rounding off charges.
- The cumulative rise of ticket prices ranges from 5 to 10 on every ticket in various categories.
- The corporation is expected to get Rs 720 crore additional revenue from the increase in prices.
- According to the new scheme, 2 diesel cess will be imposed on every ticket in Palle Velugu buses.1 will be collected as safety cess and 2 for rounding off ticket price.
The minimum ticket price in Pallu Velugu and city ordinary service has been made 10 from 5. FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA
How much does it cost to hike on AP bus?
The Andhra Pradesh government increased the fares of state-run AP State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) buses in the name of additional diesel cess, starting Friday, evoking strong protests from the opposition parties. Vijayawada: Passengers wait to board APSRTC buses in Vijayawada. According to a notification from the APSRTC, the bus fares the bus fares remain unchanged for the first 30 km. (PTI) According to a notification from the APSRTC, the bus fares have gone up by a minimum of ₹ 5 to a maximum of ₹ 140 depending on the distance, type of the bus service and facilities extended to the passengers.
However, the bus fares remain unchanged for the first 30 km. According to the government notification, there is no increase in the fares in bus services within the cities like Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam. For rural bus services named Palle Velugu, the bus fares have gone up from a minimum of ₹ 5 to a maximum of ₹ 25.
For Express bus services, the fares have gone up from a minimum of ₹ 5 to a maximum of ₹ 90 for travel beyond 500 km. In Ultra Deluxe bus services, the fare hike would range from ₹ 5 to the maximum of ₹ 120. For Super Luxury buses, the increase in fare ranges from ₹ 10 to ₹ 120.
In all the Air-Conditioned services, the hike would be a minimum of ₹ 10 to a maximum of ₹ 140, the notification stated. There are a total of 11,678 state transport department buses in Andhra Pradesh, and 2.4 million passengers travelling on a daily average. The average diesel price in Andhra Pradesh is ₹ 99.22 as of July 1.
An APSRTC official said the bus fares had to be increased per the agreement with Telangana. According to this inter-state agreement, there should be parity in bus fares between the two states. On June 9, the Telangana RTC increased the bus fares in the name of diesel cess.
- This resulted in higher fares for buses being run by the TSRTC to Andhra Pradesh.
- On the other hand, the APSRTC bus fares were comparatively lesser.
- As a result, the passengers travelling from Telangana to Andhra preferred to travel only in APSRTC buses, leaving the Telangana buses unoccupied.
- This resulted in TSRTC incurring losses instead of additional income due to increased cess, while APSRTC is making more revenue from increased occupancy.
Realising the situation, the TSRTC authorities had written to the APSRTC authorities to increase their bus fares. Though the APSRTC initially rejected the Telangana proposal, it later agreed to increase the bus fares by imposing additional diesel cess.
The fare hike attracted sharp criticism from the opposition, with Telugu Desam Party (TDP) general secretary Nara Lokesh lashing out at the Jagan government for burdening the common man. “It was only in April this year that the APSRTC increased bus fares substantially. Now, the government has gone in for a further hike.
There is no limit to this government fleecing the common man,” he criticised. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Lanka Dinakar said the common person was scared of travelling by RTC buses because of the steep hike in bus fares. “While the Centre has reduced tax and cess on diesel and petrol twice in the last six months, the Jagan government has increased the diesel cess on RTC buses twice.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Srinivasa Rao is Senior Assistant Editor based out of Hyderabad covering developments in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, He has over three decades of reporting experience.
What is a monthly return bus ticket?
Monthly Open Return Travel Passes are only available for purchase on board bus. Monthly Return Travelpasses are valid for an outward and return journey within one month where the return time is not specified.
How do you use a timetable?
To read a timetable, you first locate the column for the location you are interested in. Then you look for a time that is suitable so that you can get to wherever you need to go on time. You then look at the other columns for the row to find out what time you’ll arrive at your desired location.
Why is bus schedule important?
What Is Scheduling in Transportation? – Transport scheduling deals with the nuts and bolts of improving a transit system’s operating efficiency while also cutting costs wherever possible. Its main goals are to improve both vehicle utilization and drivers’ schedules so that every dollar in the budget is well-spent and riders’ needs are well-met.
What does D and P mean on bus timetable?
What does D mean on bus timetables in Ireland? Some Irish bus timetables, and especially Bus Éireann timetables, have stops that are labelled “D”. For example, the current Route 51 Galway – Cork timetable has the stop at Shannon Airport departures gate marked “D” on all services, while the Arrivals Gate times are,
This means that the stop is “drop-off only”, that is, people can get off the bus here, but cannot get on, Usually this is because there is another nearby stop which makes more sense for people to get on the bus at. In the example above, this is the Shannon Airport Arrivals Gate, which is “pick-up only”.
Or there may be another local bus for people travelling from this bus-stop to the next one, and it is best that regional buses are not slowed down by loading and unloading short-journey passengers. Usually, the bus driver will not provide any chance for passengers to get on at these stops: they will only stop if someone wants to get off, and they may pull up slightly in front of or behind the stop.
What is bus clock speed?
How Motherboards Work A bus is a circuit that connects one part of the motherboard to another. The more data it can handle at one time, the faster it allows information to travel. The refers to how much data can move across the bus simultaneously. In newer motherboards using PCIe, you might see bandwidth described in terms of numbers of lanes, which function like lanes on a street.
Each lane has two pairs of wires, one for receiving information and the other to transmit. Unlike what you see on city streets however, the lanes are inside the bus. Each device needs enough lanes to manage the throughput it needs. If you’re building a high-end gaming machine with a powerful graphics card, you’ll want more lanes, but for a simple daily work computer you probably don’t need as many.
Bus speed usually refers to the speed of the front side bus (FSB), which connects the CPU to the northbridge. FSB speeds can range from 66 MHz to over 800 MHz. Since the CPU reaches the memory controller though the northbridge, FSB speed can dramatically affect a computer’s performance.
The back side bus connects the CPU with the level 2 (L2), also known as secondary or external cache. The processor determines the speed of the back side bus. The memory bus connects the northbridge to the memory. The IDE or ATA bus connects the southbridge to the disk drives. The AGP bus connects the video card to the memory and the CPU. The speed of the AGP bus is usually 66 MHz. The PCI bus connects PCI slots to the southbridge. On most systems, the speed of the PCI bus is 33 MHz. Also compatible with PCI is PCI Express, which is much faster than PCI but is still compatible with current software and operating systems. PCI Express is likely to replace both PCI and AGP buses.
The faster a computer’s bus speed, the faster it will operate — to a point. A fast bus speed cannot make up for a slow processor or chipset. Now let’s look at memory and how it affects the motherboard’s speed. : How Motherboards Work
What is a bus clock cycle?
A clock cycle is one complete cycle of the clock. For an 8Mhz 68000, there are 8,000,000 clock cycles per second. A bus cycle is the complete set of states that describes a bus interaction — most normally a read or write, and usually 4 cycles / 8 states long.
What is UID in APSRTC?
First the UID number of the passenger is requested at the time of booking, and his or her fingerprint pattern is stored in the database. The UID number also contains the details of the passengers, which are stored in the database.
What is the time of APSRTC bus from Vijayawada to Sathupalli?
APSRTC Vijayrai to Sathupalli bus route journey time takes approximately 02:15 hours. First bus of APSRTC from Vijayrai to Sathupalli starts at 20:45 am from Vijayrai. The last bus of APSRTC from Vijayrai to Sathupalli leaving at 21:30 pm from Vijayrai.
What is the bus timing from Nagari to Srikalahasti?
Nagari to Sri Kalahasthi Bus Timings and Bus Duration The first scheduled bus leaves from Nagari to Sri Kalahasthi bus timing is at 08:30 PM. This route buses run by SRTC and private travels. You can book an AC semi-sleeper, Volvo bus, NON A/C Semi Sleeper, NON A/C Seater, ordinary, deluxe buses.
How much is the bus ticket from bhimavaram to rajahmundry?
Top Buses from Bhimavaram to Rajahmundry
|Bus Details||Time and Duration||Price|
|Sri Tulasi Tours and TravelsNON AC Seater / Sleeper 2+1 32 Seats16 Window Seats||10:40 PM2h12:40 AM||₹ 799onwardsSelect seats|
|Sri Tulasi Tours and TravelsNON AC Seater / Sleeper 2+1 27 Seats14 Window Seats||10:40 PM2h12:40 AM||₹ 999onwardsSelect seats|