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111th National Day
On the historic and auspicious occasion, the Road Safety and Transport Authority (RSTA) joins the Nation in commemorating the 111th National Day of the Kingdom of Bhutan.

We offer our sincere prayers for the continued peace and prosperity under the enlightened leadership of our Monarchs. We re-dedicate our pledge and loyalty to the service of Tsa-Wa-Sum under His Majesty's benevolent and far-sighted leadership.

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Hon'ble Lyonpo's visit to RSTA:

A short orientation and presentation program for the new Hon'ble Minister for MoIC was held today i.e. 13th December 2018 in the afternoon hours at RSTA Training Hall.


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Vacancy Announcement

The Human Resource Division, Ministry of Information & Communications would like to invite interested Bhutanese citizens to apply for the following vacancy as detailed below:

Vacancy Announcement

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Revised Fare Rates for the Passenger Bus and Taxi

This is to notify all concerned and the general public that the RSTA has revised the Passenger Bus and Taxi Fares due to increase in fuel price and other operating costs.
The revised fares will be implemented w.e.f. 1st October, 2018. The fares have been uploaded on the RSTA website ( ) under downloads and public transport menus and also shared via facebook and twitter accounts of the Authority. 

For more details follow the link below:

Notifcation for Revised Bus and Taxi Fares 2018


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Driving Test Schedule for December 2018

This is to inform the general public that driving test schedule for December 2018 is opened. Kindly click on the link below for more details.


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eTest introduced for conducting written driving test in Tashigang Base,RSTA

The Road Safety and Transport Authority (RSTA), Tashigang has introduced eTest (Online Written Test) for driving test from 25th August, 2018. The objective is to reduce use of paper, increase work efficiency and reduce turn around time in issuance of driving license. It is also aimed to curb the existence of favoritism and nepotism culture as speculated by general public in issuance of driving license.

In total 26 candidates were registered online for the test, 21 were fresh Learner License holders of which 07 candidates underwent eTest, 06 candidates were passed and 1 candidate failed to secure the required pass marks. 

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