Banda Singh Bahadur Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT) Mohali

The first of its kind Banda Singh Bahadur Inter State Bus Terminal Mohali was established in 2016. It is equipped with state of the art facilities. Banda Singh Bahadur ISBT Mohali has many built in facilities for the daily commuters.




Banda Singh Bahadur ISBT Mohali is a fully air conditioned bus terminal. It consists of WiFi, Cyber Cafe, Medical Facilities and shops. Around 360 cameras had been installed at the ISBT and a control room set up to monitor security. Persons coming to the bus stand would be scanned for security reasons. The new terminal has ticket counters, parking lots, space for parking buses, drop areas and waiting lounges. The terminus also has a 10 screen multiplex in the Tower A of the complex. LED screens have been put up at ISBT to display the routes of buses. The facility is under the transport department. Banda Singh Bahadur ISBT MOhali is situated in Phase VI opposite the verka.




Banda Singh Bahadur Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT) also known as Mohali Junction is a newly built Rs.500 crore facility. The terminal spread over 6.6 acres of land adjacent to Verka Chowk on the National Highway 21 improves connectivity of the tricity area to northern Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir. The SAS Nagar ISBT was inaugurated by the Punjab deputy Chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal. All the buses entering SAS Nagar including those going to Chandigarh passes through the ISBT. As many as 1,900 buses passes through the terminal daily. The facility has been named after the Sikh general, Baba Banda Singh, who is credited with defeating Wazir Khan, the Mughal nawab of Sirhind, leading to the establishment of the first Sikh kingdom in 1711. Banda Singh Bahadur’s statue has been built at the entrance of the bus terminus. The bus terminal will also have a helipad on the rooftop.

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