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Ratnagiri to Mumbai Bus Schedule
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      FAQ about Buses from Ratnagiri to Mumbai

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      How many buses are running between Ratnagiri to Mumbai on the daily basis?

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      17 buses are running between Ratnagiri to Mumbai. Out of which 15 are sleeper buses, 9 are AC buses and 6 are NON AC buses.

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      When does the first Ratnagiri to Mumbai bus leaves for the day?

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      The first bus for Ratnagiri to Mumbai bus route leaves at 09:00. It is a other bus and fare for this bus is ₹500.

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      When does the last bus leaves for Mumbai from Ratnagiri?

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      The last bus for Ratnagiri to Mumbai route leaves at 20:30. The ticket price for this other bus is ₹800.

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      Who are the popular operators on the Ratnagiri to Mumbai bus route?

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      Top operators on the Ratnagiri to Mumbai bus route are New National Travels , National Travels , Auodumbar Tours and Travels and Navalai Travels .

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      How many buses are GPS enabled?

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      Total 9 buses are GPS enabled on this route so that anyone can track his bus.


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      Ratnagiri Mumbai Bus Schedule & Info

      About Ratnagiri to Mumbai
      • Distance 230 kms
      • Duration 7h-40m
      • Operators 6
      • Frequency S M T W T F S

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