Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Pakistani capital to have modern metro-bus public transport

Shanghai Daily: "Chief Minister of the country's eastern province of Punjab, Shahbaz Sharif, said that the landmark project is ready to provide service to public and it will be inaugurated later this week.

"The projects will offer honorable, punctual and reliable transport service to common man with cheap ticket costing 20 rupees (0.20 U.S. dollar) and will save commuters' time," said the chief minister, whose province equally shared the project with Islamabad's Capital Development Authority.

A total of 68 red color central air-conditioned buses, manufactured in China, will provide service to passengers on a route of 23 kilometers between Islamabad and its sister city of Rawalpinidi, one of the major cities of eastern Punjab province."

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