The local bus is like a stand-up comedy special full of outdated gender norms and unintentional satire on seat selection.
Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) is set to buy 440 new buses, including 100 electric buses for the first time in the country, to enhance and upgrade its services in Dhaka, Chattogram and different inter-district routes.
Conditions imposed on state-run agency are unreasonable, unacceptable
Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) is going to launch 10 buses for the students of Chattogram next week.
The High Court yesterday asked the authorities concerned to conduct dope and vision tests on drivers’ licence seekers.
BRTC drivers and staff of 18 depots across the country form a human chain in front of Jatiya Press Club in Dhaka to press home their ten-point demand including payment of their arrear and nationalisation of their job.
Swapan Khandokar, a passenger of a BRTC bus plying on Khulna-Barishal route on Tuesday, got on the bus in dry clothes, but by the time he reached his destination, he was drenched. The roof of the dilapidated bus constantly leaked water from the pouring rain outside, to the point where some passengers were forced to open their umbrellas inside the vehicle.
Workers and drivers of BRTC bus depot at Joar Sahara call off their strike on an assurance by the authorities that their arrears will be paid in full by August this year.
Bangladesh Road Transport Corporation (BRTC) files a petition with the Supreme Court seeking stay on the High Court order that asked it to pay compensation to the family of Rajib Hossain, who lost his right hand in a road accident and later died last month.