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Subramanyam Travels Bus Schedule
  • Bus sector
    Duration
  • Departure
  • Bus Type
  • 13h 30m
  • 20:00
  • Volvo B9R A/C Seater Multi axle semi sleeper (2+2)
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  • Bangalore to Goa
    11h 30m
  • 23:30
  • Mercedes Benz A/C Seater Multi axle semi sleeper (2+2)
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  • Bangalore to Hubli
    7h 30m
  • 21:30
  • Volvo B9R A/C Seater Multi axle semi sleeper (2+2)

FAQ about Subramanyam Travels Buses

Q

How many routes are covered by Subramanyam Travels?

A

Around 5 routes are covered by Subramanyam Travels. Some major routes covered by Subramanyam Travels are Bangalore to Goa , Bangalore to Hubli , and Bangalore to Karwar .

Q

In how many cities Subramanyam Travels buses are operating?

A

Subramanyam Travels buses are operating in 6 cities. Some important cities are Hubli, Bijapur, Goa, Karwar, Yellapur, and Bangalore.

Q

How many Subramanyam Travels buses are running in the night service?

A

Around 4 Subramanyam Travels buses are running in the night service. Most of the night buses are running for Bangalore to Goa route.

Q

What type of buses Subramanyam Travels have?

A

Subramanyam Travels have 3 type of buses including:

  1. Mercedes Benz A/C Seater Multi axle semi sleeper (2+2)
  2. Volvo B9R A/C Seater Multi axle semi sleeper (2+2)
  3. Luxura A/C Seater Maharaja push back (2+2)

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