Transport policy wing is dedicated to study and examine various policies in formulating suitable policy
applicable for nationwide and for the smooth operation of 70 member undertakings. TP wing has
versatile functions including networking, interaction and communication with and on behalf of all
member undertakings assisting them to know how of changing environment and also suggests solutions
to the problems related to scheduling, inter-state operation, safety management, social benefits accrued
by STUs, operating in competitive environment. Some imports functions of TP wing are outlined
Providing platform to STU’s officials exposure of international practice best practice by conducting foreign study tour w.r.t. upgraded technology in developed countries.
Correspondence on working group meetings of CEOs of SRTUs on National Transport Policy.
Organize meeting participate in debate and discussions for the interest of member SRTUs.
Mission Antyodaya – Details of availability of public transport in rural areas
MoHUA’s Draft EFC Memo on Augmentation of City Bus Service
Scheme sponsored by MORT&H for Intelligent Bus Transport Management System
Scheme sponsored by MORT&H for establishing Automated Testing Stations in SRTUs.
Buses beyond the age of 10 years
Best Practice Workshop 1.0 on Increase of Non-traffic revenues
Total buses in operation beyond the age of 15 years
Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav Campaign
Working Group meeting – NitiAyog on Passenger Mobility stack
Development of Software for access to MIS data of SRTUs related to profile & performance statistics
In addition to the above function Transport policy section works in tandem with member SRTUs and various Departments of Government of India to address common issues faced by member SRTUs and seek solution thereof. On the other hand ASRTU has been the nodal agency by the Departments of GOI in helping members for implementing policies introduced and framed for them. Some ongoing of schemes are briefly described here: