APSRTC offers many types of bus passes for the people of the twin cities. The most common types of bus passes are:

GTB Monthly:

People of twin cities can avail general bus ticket for Rs.500. This pass enables the passengers to travel in ordinary APSRTC buses under city and sub-urban regions. This pass is valid for one month. Regular red/orange coloured buses run on the city roads are the ordinary buses.

M.E Monthly:
Passengers can travel in Metro Express buses as well as in ordinary buses by taking Metro Express monthly pass. This pass costs Rs.600 and passengers can travel in city and sub-urban regions for one month. Metro Express buses generally are in blue colour. They have wider middle entrance for easy entry and exit of the passengers.

Veera Monthly:

Veera bus pass costs around Rs.700 and valid for one month. Passengers can travel in city and sub-urban regions in APSRTC’s ordinary, metro express and Veera or metro deluxe are issued or busses. Veera buses are replaced with metro deluxe buses for the long distance commuters within the city. They have attractive colours, comfortable seats and wider windows.
Bus passes renewed at the following places in the twin cities-

Bus passes are issued or renewed at the following places in the twin cities-

• Rathifile Bus Station, Secunderabad
• Koti Terminus, Hyderabad
• Afzalgunj Bus Stand
• Charminar Bus Station
• Mehdipatnam
• Sanathnagar Bus Stand
• Kacheguda Rly. Station
• Dilsukhnagar Bus Station
• Uppal Terminus
• Ibrahimpatnam Depot
• BHEL Bus Terminus
• Medchal Depot
• A.P.Secretariat
• MCH Head Office
• Kukatpally RTC Bus stop
• Shapur Nagar
• Vanasthalipuram

Travel as You Like It

General public can avail ‘Travel as you like’ ticket from bus conductors of all services. This ticket enables unrestricted travel in the city and sub-urban regions for one full day. Two types of travel as you like tickets are available. ‘Travel as you like ordinary’, which enables the holder to travel in any ordinary bus in the city and sub-urban regions. ‘Travel as you like metro’ enables the passenger to unrestricted travel in metro express busses for that day.


The proposal for a combined train and bus ticket for MMTS passengers is likely to materialise soon. The MMTS project authorities forwarded the proposal to the Railway Board seeking its approval for introduction of the combo ticket. The combo ticket is likely to increase the occupancy rate both in the MMTS trains and MMTS link buses. The officials of the MMTS project, railways and RTC held a meeting a fortnight ago and finalised the proposal for the combo ticket. It has been proposed to introduce three types of combo tickets.

They are a monthly pass, which enables people to travel by APSRTC ordinary buses and MMTS trains from anywhere to anywhere and a monthly pass, which permits people to travel in MMTS trains and link buses from anywhere to anywhere. The third one is a Travel as You Like one-day ticket which allows people to travel in any MMTS train or ordinary bus.


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  1. k subba reddy says:

    Thank you for the useful information , what are the required documents and certificates required for app;ying bus pass

  2. VG VIGNESH says:

    Thank you this website cleared my all doubts

  3. divya says:

    can we travel from hyd to secundrabad with “travel as u” ticket

  4. prajakta says:

    can i apply for the general bus pass in the month of may?

  5. Mohammed Ejaz Ahemed says:

    Hi sir iam from mehdipatnam iam willing to take general bus pass if i take the pass for metro express. can i also travel in metro deluxe or not?

  6. akki says:

    i have to travel daily from medhipatnam to ameerpet for part time job. which is best bus pass suited me and what are the documents required and fare charges off particular buss pass.
    thank you sir for this website…..

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