You can register CTU Online Complaint using Customer Care Helpline Number and Support email id. Problems like Staff Misbehave, Route Change, Ticket Overcharge, Late Running etc., gets a solution. Passengers must not encourage corruption of any form. Always report any corruption you see around while travelling.
CTU Online Complaint
Passengers can call on the Customer Care Fax number of Chandigarh roadways/ CTU 0172-2655970 a 24 hours based Customer care Number. The passenger is requested to submit the online Complaint regarding any type of issues that are related with the travelling problems/ Ticket booking Problems/ Misbehavior of the staff whether the driver or conductor.
|CTU Complaint Customer Care Number|
|Enquiry ISBT, Sector-17||2700006|
|Sector-43, Enquiry ISBT||2624413|
|Duty Inspector, Depot No. I (Long route operation)||2650331|
|Depot No. II (Local operation) Duty Inspector||2679255|
|Duty Inspector, Depot No. III (Long route and sub urban operation)||2677033/ 2677066|
|JnNURM Depot (Local operation) Duty Inspector||2624418|
In case of an emergency, passengers may feel free to contact the CTU Customer Care Number. There you can discuss any kind of travelling issues with customer executive team. You can also submit the complaint by dropping mail on CTU Complaint email id [email protected]
Chandigarh Roadways/ CTU Online Ticket Booking
Chandigarh Roadways/ CTU is to provide the online ticket booking facility to the customers. The Customers can login to the page chdctu.gov.in for online ticket booking. After that login details with password will sent to the customer via SMS and e-mail. It is part of Chandigarh Administration’s drive to make Chandigarh a cashless city. The facility will be made available for long route buses, will be replicated for inter-city bus service. If any candidate is facing any kind problem, Kindly submit CTU Online complaint on Toll Free numbers.
CTU have a number of buses, which are operating from its four depots. The categories of CTU buses comprises of standard size buses/ semi-low floor non-AC buses, AC buses, low-floor AC buses, low-floor non-AC buses, and mini-AC buses.
Chandigarh Roadways/ CTU
Chandigarh Roadways or Chandigarh Transport Undertaking (CTU) came into existence in the year 1966.That time the strength of 25 – 30 buses only, as a result of bifurcation of Punjab Roadways at the time of re-organisation of Punjab State. The major function of CTU is to provide bus services facility to the general public. This facility is within the city and Sub Urban area and to the adjoining States. The adjoining states named Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, J& K, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan etc.
CTU also offers a wide range of social services like Freedom fighters, War Widows, Blind persons patients along with one attendant with each category and journalists can travel free in Chandigarh Roadways buses within U.T. Area and concession has extend to handicapped persons and senior citizens, students and employees in CTU Buses.