UP Govt to Charge Rs 10,000 for One Way Cab from Delhi Airport to Noida, Ghaziabad

The UPSRTC, UP’s State Road Transport Corporation will be charging exorbitant prices for taxi rides from Delhi Airport to its cities.

New Delhi| The Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) will be facilitating Taxi services from the Delhi Airport (IGIA) to destinations like Noida, Ghaziabad or even perhaps to a destination within a 250 km radius to the Delhi Airport for as much as Rs 10,000.

However, this is the lower end of the price as this would be relevant for bookings of sedans. If you need an SUV, the price would go up to as high as Rs 12,000. This will be followed by an additional charge past the 250 km distance – Rs 40 per kilometre for the sedan and Rs 50 per kilometre for the SUV. And per vehicle, only two passengers would be allowed to sit.

The corporation’s buses will ply you, for a minimum of Rs 1,000 per seat in the non-air-conditioned bus and for Rs 1,320 per seat in the air-conditioned bus for a distance of up to 100km. These charges would double for a distance post 100 km and up to 200 km. Per bus, 26 passengers would be permitted to board.

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The Hindustan Times reports that UPSRTC MD Raj Shekhar had issued a letter to regional managers in Noida and Ghaziabad on the 9th of May, 2020, informing about the facilitation of buses and taxis from the airport for citizens who are a part of the Vande Bharat Mission. This will be made accessible for those who get the approval by the Delhi Government to travel and do not have any COVID-19 symptoms.

Presently, those who have been brought back to India have been placed under quarantine in Delhi for 14 days and these services would be rendered once their quarantine period is over.

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