|Improvement in efficiency parameters:
- Load Factor has been increased from 63% in 2007-08 to 70% in 2012-13.
- Vehicle Utilization increased from 396 kms in2007-08 to 425 kms in 2012-13 which is second highest in the country.
- Diesel K.M.P.L. is increased from 5.37 in 2007-08 to 5.53 in 2012-13.
- GSRTC achieved highest K.M.P.L. of Diesel in the country and getting national award for the highest achievement of K.M.P.L. consecutively since last five years.
- Rate of Breakdown per 10000 kms drastically came down from 0.50 in 2007-08 to 0.22 in 2012-13.
- Rate of Accidents per 1 lakh kms decreased from 0.16 in 2007-08 to 0.07 in 2012-13.
Passenger Friendly measures:
- Monthly/Quarterly pass scheme at the rate of 60% fare for daily commuters.
- Free traveling for village girl students.
- Free traveling age limit for children has been increased from 3 years to 5 years.
- Free luggage carrying capacity has been increased from 15 kg. to 25 kg per passenger.
- Introduced E-ticketing.
- Computerized Conductor Way Bill Accounting System in all Depots.
- Computerized Daily Commuter/Student Pass in all Depots.
- Computerized Stores Inventory Management System.
- Electronic Ticketing Machines on all schedules.
- Employees P.F. , Pay Bill etc are computerized.
- Internet based Online Passenger Reservation System (E-ticketing).
- “Automatic Driver Testing System” for driving skill test.
- “Online Recruitment of staff” for all category.
Recent Infrastructural Development:
Plan for the year 2013-14:
- 22 New Bus Terminals ( Rs 15.32 Cr).
- 39 pick up stands- from MLA/MP funds.
- Gandhinagar Bus Station upgraded (Rs 2.85 Cr).
- Satellite bus terminals at Ahmedabad, Surat & Vadodara.
- Construction of state-of-art bus terminals with commercial complexes at 6 different locations under PPP is under progress.
- Plan to upgrade another14 major bus terminals under PPP.
The State Government had provided Rs.550 Cr under plan ceiling for strengthening GSRTC in the year 2013-14.This includes a huge amount of Rs.300 Cr as equity and Rs.250 Cr. as loan.
- For purchase of new buses Government has provided Rs. 235 Cr to GSRTC from which GSRTC will induct 1265 new buses.
- For the construction of bus stations Government has provided Rs.30 Cr. from which GSRTC has a plan to build 17 new bus stations.
- For the upgradation and modernization of workshops Government has provided Rs.30 Cr.
- For the implementation of Information Technology in various areas of GSRTC, the Government has provided Rs.5 Cr.
- The State Government has provided a loan of Rs.250 Cr. for the restructuring of debt and to meet with other development expenditure.