Stage Carriage Permit

State Transport Authority. Stage Carriage Permit. A permit is given to a bus operator to ply the vehicle in a particular route. The route consists of stages where passengers can be picked up and dropped. These permits are issued under Government policies.

This procedure provides you information about how to obtain a Stage carriage permit. The Stage Carriage Permit allows holders to service an area with a specific route. The permit also mentions the type of vehicle that is granted permission to operate, the approved timetable, the number of trips it can make in a day and standard rate of fare it can charge.



For New Applications

  • Registration Certificate and insurance in original form.
  • Two recent passport size photographs of the owner.
  • Photograph of parking place of vehicle depicting the parked vehicle along with number plate in front and rear view.
  • Parking area certificate issued by any gazetted officer/Police officer/Revenue authority of the area.
  • Recent copy of map along with Form-F of the land housing the parking facility.
  • No objection certificate of the tenant if vehicle is intended to be parked on the land of tenant other than the vehicle owner.
  • Three copies of route Map of the allotted route upon which the bus has to be plied.
  • Income tax details of last three years.
  • Proposed timetables of the bus.
  • Proposed Fare chart of existing bus fares.


For Renewal

  • Registration Certificate.
  • Route permit book, all in original.
  • Parking area certificate issued by any gazetted officer/Police officer/Revenue authority of the area.
  • Recent copy of Map along with Form-F of the land housing the parking facility.
  • No objection certificate of the tenant if the vehicle is intended to be parked on the land of tenant other than the vehicle owner.


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