You may have noticed that the buses have changed a lot since they first rolled out back in October.

And if you were planning on visiting the capital city for your first official business trip, you’re not alone.

Bus schedules are one of the biggest challenges for a city like Delhi.

Delhi has been operating in the middle of a major transportation crisis since the start of the year, as buses are overwhelmed with passengers and passengers have to be accommodated in different parts of the city.

The city has also seen a lot of congestion due to the massive number of buses operating at once.

The Delhi Metro Bus Corporation has been working to get more buses moving around the city as they try to cope with the massive influx of people, especially during peak hours.

There are now nearly 5,000 buses running in Delhi and the bus schedules are constantly changing.

It can be a bit overwhelming for many people, and a trip to the city can become a little chaotic.

Here are some tips to help you navigate the bus schedule: There’s a bus schedule for each part of the day.

Each schedule is divided into four phases.

The first phase is called ‘Normal’ and is meant to help passengers get through their daily routine.

This phase starts at 10am and ends at 10pm.

Phase 2 begins at 6pm.

Phase 3 begins at 10:30am.

Phase 4 ends at 6:30pm.

Each day, the buses are split into two parts, with the first part of each phase taking place between 7am and 9am.

At this point, the bus is scheduled to leave the station, and there is no longer a time difference between buses leaving and arriving at the station.

During Phase 1, buses will arrive at the airport between 6:15am and 7am, and at 7am they will head towards the main line, while during Phase 2, buses are scheduled to arrive at 5:45am.

If there are delays in the bus arriving at a particular time, buses may not depart the station until after 6:20am.

This will be the case even for buses that are on a schedule with a specific start and end time.

If there are buses that arrive late or on a day that is not in Phase 1 or Phase 2 – this means there is a need to make a detour in order to get to the station and back.

In this case, buses can arrive later than expected, and the buses will be cancelled and will have to wait for a new bus.

When buses arrive at a bus stop or a busy junction, the route of the buses can be changed, so check the schedule closely.

Every time a bus arrives at a stop, it has to wait at the stop for 15 minutes, after which it will be allowed to leave.

If the bus doesn’t arrive within 15 minutes of the last time it stopped, the schedule will have been changed.

Buses are also required to stop at a designated place for 15 seconds, before proceeding on to their next destination.

This time limit is known as the ‘stop-sign’.

In Phase 1 of the bus route, the stops of the route can be fixed at specific times.

This means buses are required to travel from the same place every time they are scheduled.

In the Phase 2 of the schedule, the stop-sign is fixed at 6am, 6pm, 7am or 7pm.

This is a change from the normal schedules where buses can go from different places during the day, depending on the schedule.

By the time the bus arrives, it is already crowded and it’s the driver’s job to take care of the passengers.

In Phase 1 and Phase 2 schedules, drivers can make stops to offer help, so there’s no need for passengers to wait until they’re able to board the bus.

Bus drivers are not allowed to charge fares for parking.

These changes mean the buses must be serviced and ready for passengers every day.

This can take some time, so it’s important to keep an eye on the schedules, which are also posted on buses.

You can check the schedules of all the buses by going to the Delhi Metro Buses website.