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The parties agree that neither the U. To the extent UCITA may be deemed applicable, the parties agree to opt out of its applicability pursuant to the opt out provisions contained therein. The newer city buses tend to be blue in colour, and have LED display boards.
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Unlike most other buses, the Vajras have illuminated LED display boards on the front and sides which display the destination and route information in English as well as Kannada.
City buses are crowded during rush hours, which are at least am and pm Monday through Saturday but one can travel with little difficulty during the daytime. Bus services usually start by 5 or 6 am and are less frequent Also note that traffic in Bangalore is notorious.
A trip across the city can take up to 4 hours, especially in rush hour times. There are no bus lanes, so busses, cabs and cars face the same traffic jams! Major buses in the city have the seats reserved for ladies in the front, between the front and middle doors.
The first seat near the front door is reserved for ladies senior citizens, while the first seat behind the middle door is for the physically challenged, and the seat facing the door is for senior citizens.Traffic signals in Bangalore
Generally you can board and exit the bus from either door. It is always better to buy a daily pass if you plan to travel the whole day on the bus. Daily passes are issued by the on-duty bus conductor or at the bus stand.
Using this pass you can travel in any bus other than the Vajra for the entire day, any number of times. No charge for children up to 4 years of age. There are three major bus stands: Quite neatly organised and is easily navigable. You can find a large map on display, which you can use to find the bus number you need to take if you know the area you are going to.
You can of course always ask the conductor or other passengers. Route maps are also sold on the platforms. Has stations for both lines of the metro.
Could daunt newcomers, since it is very disorganised. It is a large dirt parking lot under an overhead highway, and there is not much order to where buses park. It is neatly organised, and there is an inquiry window to find about buses. If you are changing buses, you may have to get down on the street and walk into the bus stand to catch your next bus.
You can find a large map on display here too, which you can use to find the bus number you need to take if you know the area you are going to. Buses are available to all major localities of the city from these three bus stands.
There have been lot of developments due to the ongoing metro project as well as efforts to decongest the city. BMTC is adding more bus stations all the time. Better to check on their website for latest situation. By auto-rickshaw[ edit ] Note: Autorickshaws and taxis in Bangalore have a metered fare system. Tipping is neither expected nor required when one avails oneself of autorickshaw or taxi services. Auto Rickshaw in Bangalore awaiting customers Auto-rickshaws also called "scooter" are everywhere at any time of day.
They are green-and-yellow or black-and-yellow three wheeled contraptions. They are a fast but unsafe way to get around the city - in thick traffic, they are quicker than a taxi or bus. They generally tend to charge on an ad-hoc basis depending on the distance of the destination, the chances of getting another customer from the mentioned locality, and their mood.
You should simply refuse to board an auto where the meter is faulty or the driver refuses to use it. Saying "meter please" will usually do the trick. Tourists should be cautious when approaching auto-rickshaws at night, or during heavy rains. Help could be taken from the local traffic police to avail auto-rickshaws during such circumstances. If you are a visitor and do not know the route to the destination, it is a good idea to bargain and fix the fare before boarding to avoid long, convoluted routes being used by the driver - or check the route by recording a GPS track on your mobile.
Another thing to keep in mind is to be firm but not loud in an argument while travelling in the auto. Some of the less reputable drivers may team up with their friends midway to cause problems.
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Remember that although Bangaloreans are known for their polite and mild mannered behaviour, auto drivers are normally an exception.
Some will think nothing of trying to rip you off. If in doubt, consult a local or your hotel travel desk. A common tactic is to drive you to local shops where you will be pressured to buy Indian crafts that you probably don't want.
Know your destination and insist upon it. Rickshaw drivers are required by law to display their identification on the dashboard or the back of their seats.
Refuse to get into a rickshaw that does not display one. If an auto driver is problematic, their identification number and report to the BBMP Control room which is empowered to withdraw their auto license.
This is a very effective technique to deal with them. This also allows you to avoid haggling with the driver, and acts as an official price agreement in the event that the driver wants to dispute the price of the ride. By taxi[ edit ] Taxis are very convenient and comfortable.
Most of the vehicles are Maruti Omni Vans, Tata Indica cars or Mahindra Logan cars, which are much safer than auto-rickshaws, and the drivers are polite.