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PIO Details of Public transport department of WB



Respected All ,



1. Whether can challenged person (having more than 40% Disability Certificate/Card ) free to travel all AC BUSES run by GOVT OF WEST BENGAL as per Govt order vide Transport Department No. 2203 Wt / 7B22/2001 Dated May 16th 2003 .

2. If no then share the certified copy of Circular /Notification /Press Note (if any).

3. Whether all GOVT buses including AC buses having two reserved seat having sufficient space arrangement in compliance of the bye laws mentioned in the PWD Act of 1995 for PWds as mentioned in Transport Department Circular No. 4355 / WT / 3N –88 / 2009 Dated: 22nd Oct 2009

4. Share copy of the complaints procedure, rules, guidelines, manual used for if any violations have been noticed against question No 1 & 3.


suggestion required on draft as well as concern authorities details as 2nd authorities has been shifted


So unable to trace whom to address (these information found ) , CTC & SBTC two different organization run the Govt buses .




12, R. N Mukherjee Road

Transport Department ,Govt Of West Bengal

Kolkata 700001.




and other PIO Transport Department

Writers’ Building, Kolkata-1 , Ph – 033-22540616

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Dear member,

You may file RTI application to the SPIO at the address mentioned by you.


For guidance in writing and submitting RTI Applications, please refer to following links.





Centre/State RTI Rules and Fees - Guide



How to submit a RTI Application - Guide




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Prasad GLN

Just seek copies of their norms and directives and the implementation status instead of educating them on their own circulars. Just focus on their norms and practice alone.

If there are violations file complaint and then follow up with RTI.

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