MSRTC to resume Nashik city bus services from today ... government had announced the nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of Covid-19. Read more about Lockdown: MSRTC plans 50 more buses for Mantralaya from Apr 21 on Business Standard. Lockdown: MSRTC Bus Services To Resume In Nashik The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) will resume its operations in Nashik district, barring COVID-19 red zones, starting Friday, an official said on Thursday. MSRTC's e-bus project to be delayed due to lockdown; Pune cops provide essentials to CSWs amid lockdown; Two held for abusing Pune cops, violating lockdown orders Mumbai, April 17 (PTI) The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) has planned to operate 50 more buses to and from Mantralaya to ferry government and essential services staff from April 21, as per an internal communication of the state undertaking. Buses, essential item transport in Maharashtra to ply during ‘Bharat Bandh’ MSRTC managing director Shekhar Channe told PTI the buses will … The Maharashtra State RoadTransport Corporation (MSRTC) has planned to operate 50 more buses to and from Mantralaya to ferry government and essential services staff from April 21, as per an internal communication of the state undertaking.These Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation- Find MSRTC buses timetable. The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation’s (MSRTC) plans to start an air-conditioned and electric bus service has not taken off yet, as the infrastructural work for the service has been delayed further due to the lockdown. Maharashtra MSRTC ST Bus Booking portal & Helpline number: Maharashtra government and MSRTC has started the State Transport(ST) Bus Services to facilitate the Intra-state free travel during the lockdown in Maharashtra State.Stranded people who want to travel to their homes need to contact the helpline number of the Nodal Officer. Up Next. However, its intra-district operations had resumed on May 22. The state-owned transport body had stopped its statewide bus operations since March 22 due to 'janata curfew' and the subsequent COVID-19-enforced lockdown. MSRTC bus services were completely suspended on March 23 following the imposition of the nationwide lockdown. The Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) resumed bus operations after two months on Friday.