FAQ about Buses from Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar
How many buses are running between Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar on the daily basis?
1 buses are running between Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar. Out of which 1 are sleeper buses, and 1 are NON AC buses.
What is the ticket price for different types of buses on the Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar bus route?
The minimum fare for Non AC bus is ₹312 on Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar bus route.
How many seats are available for different types of buses on the Sambalpur Bhubaneswar bus route?
33 seats for Non AC buses are available for today’s booking.
When does the first Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar bus leaves for the day?
The first bus for Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar bus route leaves at 20:30. It is a nonac bus and fare for this bus is ₹312.
When does the last bus leaves for Bhubaneswar from Sambalpur?
The last bus for Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar route leaves at 20:30. The ticket price for this nonac bus is ₹312.
Who are the popular operators on the Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar bus route?
Top operators on the Sambalpur to Bhubaneswar bus route is OSRTC .
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