D Link Bus Route (ডি লিংক বাস), Stoppage, Fare, and Service Details


Last Updated on 07/01/2023 by Alfred

D Link Bus Route: D Link bus service is a renowned transport provider among Savar and Dhaka city residents. It provides two kinds of service. One is AC service, and Another is Non-AC service. The beginning stoppage of this bus is Fulbaria (Gulistan) and the ending destination is Dhamra.

D Link Paribahan Bus Route:

Fulbaria ⏩Chankhar Pul ⏩Bakshi Bazar ⏩ Azimpur ⏩Nilkhet ⏩High Court    ⏩ City College ⏩Kalabagan ⏩Dhanmondi 32 ⏩Dhanmondi 27  ⏩Asad Gate ⏩ College Gate ⏩Shishu Mela ⏩ Shyamoli  ⏩Kallyanpur ⏩Darussalam ⏩Technical ⏩Gabtoli ⏩Amin Bazar  ⏩Hemayetpur ⏩Savar ⏩Dhamra

Operating Hours:

The color of D Link Bus is a White and Blue combination. The design of their buses is very unique and modern. D Link Paribahan is a counter-system bus. It starts its first trip from Fulbaria at 7:00 AM and ends its service at 11:30 PM night.

D Link Bus Counter and Contact Details:

D Link Paribahan fully counters system service. The Five counters for ticket selling. Which are

  • Fulbaria 
  • Kalabagan
  • Shyamoli
  • Gabtoli
  • Savar

D Link Paribahan Bus Seat Capacity

D Link Bus has 45 seat capacity at a time. D Link Bus paribahan service is a semi-seating service.

D Link Bus Ticket System/Fare system:

D Link Paribahan follows the latest transport fare given by the Bus-Owner organization. It charges 2.43 TK Per Kilo Meters. It does not charge half a fare for students.

  Stoppage Name                      Distance     Fare (ভাড়া)
  Fulbaria __________________
Kalabagan6 KM25 TK (টাকা)
Shyamoli9.5 KM35 TK (টাকা)
Gabtoli16.5 KM50 TK (টাকা)
Hemayetpur24.5 KM70 TK (টাকা)
Savar47 KM100 TK (টাকা)

Contact Details:

Contact Details of D Link Paribahan

Mobile Number: 01721278622

Address: D Link Paribahan, Fulbaria, Gulistan

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