New Delhi: India’s leading intercity mobility platform, IntrCity RailYatri, has partnered with SBI General Insurance to provide complimentary travel Insurance worth INR 5 Lacs, to every SmartBus traveler. This will cover accidental death, disability, and medical (evacuation hospitalization) insurance to the beneficiaries.
This is in keeping with IntrCity RailYatri’s ethos to deliver – safe, time bound, secure and hassle-free travel. The brand is taking several new initiatives to offer comfortable, convenient and reliable experience to travelers of IntrCity SmartBus. The passenger safety initiatives taken by the brand include 24×7 command centre to track buses real-time, CCTV camera, and driver performance tracking to name a few.
Commenting on the new initiatives, Manish Rathi, CEO & Co-founder, IntrCity RailYatri said, “The safety of our passengers is and always will be of utmost importance to us. SBI General’s insurance solution matches our commitment of providing a safe, convenient, and reliable journey experience, and it complements our other initiatives to create comprehensive solution. Through our partnership, we have waived off travel premium charges which means every IntrCity SmartBus traveler gets complementary travel insurance cover with the bus ticket. This in true sense will make their journey safer.”
Amar Joshi, Chief Business Officer, SBI General Insurance said, “Today, the impact of digitization has reached every aspect and every segment of economy. This has also seen penetration in domestic travel bookings. It is important to secure any kind of journey, and with insurance being plugged-in at the point of travel booking, it ensures a complete and safe travel package. At SBI General, we believe this partnership will also help increase the insurance penetration in India and ensure a safe travel experience for customers.”
IntrCity RailYatri is the most preferred branded bus fleet, helping travelers reach their destinations in a safe and secure with 100% Hygienic, convenient and comfortable bus journey. It is currently operating on all existing pre-COVID routes from its hubs in Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Lucknow – connecting more than 200 cities.