New Delhi: Beating its own past records, Delhi Transport Corporation, which runs the world's largest fleet of CNG buses, has posted a new record of revenue collection on Monday.

With ferrying over 48 lakh commuters in a day, the DTC has made a revenue collection of Rs 3.78 crore in a day.

As per the passengers, the schedule of the buses has been improved with the proper stoppages at the allotted bus stands.

Naresh Kumar, CMD, DTC said that he visits office four in the morning for inspection.

He has directed the DTC's Chief General Managers, Depot Managers and Regional Managers to observe the functioning of the bus depot. Kumar has also asked officials to make a plan to increase the number of fleets.

VK Gautam, Public Relations Officer of DTC said, “DTC's monthly income is Rs 94 crore. In July, DTC has set the revenue target of Rs 105 crore.”
“We have instructed DTC drivers to ferry maximum commuters and to drive the buses at low speed. The instruction followed religiously has led to the record revenue collection in a day,” Gautam added.

Monday's total revenue collection also included Rs 41.40 lakh from concessional passes. In addition, DTC also imposed Rs 200 fine each on 691 ticketless passengers.