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  • Soon after Independence in the year 1947 the trucks and buses owned by operators like N.D. Radhakrishnan, allied Chirag din & sons and Nanda bus service got held up on the other side of the border with the result transport services and movement of essential commodities collapsed abruptly as the private transporters were reluctant to come forward for transportation of food grains and shifting of refugees which created crises like situation. In order to defuse the crisis as an alternative the Government established Government Transport Undertaking (GTU) on 5th of January, 1948 with a fleet of 50 trucks which were purchased from M/S General Motor Corporation Bombay. With the growing demand for intervention of the Government in the passenger transport, fleet of buses was also introduced in the fleet of Government Transport Undertaking (GTU). The Government Transport Undertaking (GTU) established on 5th of January 1948 was subsequently converted into corporation (under section 3) of “The Road Transport Corporation Act -1950” on first of September 1976 and was named as Jammu Kashmir State Road Transport Corporation.


  • The main objective of the Corporation is to provide Safe, Affordable and Scheduled service to the commuters of J&K as well as the travelers visiting J&K from other States.

Organization Structure


JKRTC has Two Main Divisions
  1. Jammu Division.
  2. Kashmir Division.
Depots/Units in Jammu Division
  1. Manager Passenger Services (Interstate Division)
  2. Manager Tourist Services (Tourist Service Division)
  3. District Services Unit
  4. Depot Doda
  5. Cargo Division
Depots/Units in Kashmir Division
  1. Manager Passenger Services
  2. Manager Tourist Services (Tourist Service Division)
  3. District Services Unit
  4. Depot Ananatnag
  5. Depot Baramulla
  6. Depot Kupwara
  7. Cargo Division
  8. Depot Ladakh (Leh & Kargil)

Board of Directors

Board of Directors acts as main governing body of the Corporation for providing a vision on the plans, policies and the strategies to be followed besides, taking an overview of the achievements and the overall activities of the organization.
1. Advisor (B) to Hon'ble Lieutenant Governor. Chairman, JKRTC
2. Financial Commissioner, Finance Department. Vice Chairman
3. Administrative Secretary Transport Department. Director
4. Administrative Secretary Public Works & R&B Department. Director
5. Administrative Secretary Housing& Urban Development Department. Director
6. Managing Director, JKRTC. Director/ Member Secretary
7. Chief Engineer, Mechanical Engineering Department, Kashmir. Director


1. Restoring city Services both at Jammu and Srinagar.
2. Starting of Ladies Special Services and also Late Night Services both at Srinagar and Jammu
3. Transportation of essential commodities and key construction material to Leh, Kargil and other parts of the state and even during unrest in the valley.
4. Transportation of students during unrest for appearing in various competitive exams in the valley.
5. Providing of transport facility to secretariat employees during unrest in the valley
6. Providing of transport facilities to pilgrims like Hajis, Amarnath Ji Yatries despite unrest 2016 in the valley.
7. JKSRTC played a vital role in Kargil war, earthquakes 2005 and devastating floods of September 2014
8. Computerization of workshop
9. Upgradation of works by way up providing modern tool equipments and imparting training to JKSRTC skilled staff from various bus / truck manufacturing companies of the country.
10. Induction of two super luxury buses (Volvo) and 19 Seater AC Buses.
11. Purchase of new fleet with inbuilt GPS.
12. JKSRTC adjudged by Association of State Road Transport Undertaking, Government of India, New Delhi (ASRTU) with special productivity award for the year 2015-16 for its work in severe Geographical conditions.
13. Introduction of SRO -155 dated 30th March 2017 by the government for Imposition of Passenger fine to the ticketless Passengers travelling in JKSRTC buses.

Key Statistics (2021-22)

Number of Buses 869
Number of Trucks 718
Average Rev/Veh/Day (Rs.) 4074
Average Vehicle Utilization 84
EPK (Rs) 48.62 48.62
Number of Routes 144
Passenger Carried per annum (Lacs) 50.37
Cargo Lifted per annum (Lac MT's) 45.06
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