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Govt Ban Old and Outdated Buses in Karachi

KARACHI: Sindh transport department has announced to ban old and outdated buses exercising in Karachi after the accomplishment of mass transit projects.

This proclaimed by Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon.

Who also grasps the portfolio of the transport and mass transit department.

In a declaration, Memon said that:

The provincial government had conveyed the decision.

To the demonstrative associations of the operators of public transport services in the city.

“Thousands of buses are being brought to Karachi for which talks have been held with China and Turkey,” he said. He further said that People’s Bus Service would commence in Karachi in the current month.

He further shared:

“Work on the Red Line project in collaboration with the Asian Development Bank is in full swing while a proposal has also come up on the Blue Line project”.

According to Sharjeel Memon that work on the Orange Line BRT project is practically accomplish and project propelled by the end of June.

Sindh Information Minister Sharjeel Memon had set a May 30 deadline for the accomplishment of the project.

The Orange Line bus project launched by former Sindh chief minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah.

In June 2016 to simplify about 50,000 residents of Orangi Town.

The Orange Line bus project will cover a distance of four kilometres from the Orangi Municipal Office to Matriculation Board Chowrangi. A total of 20 buses would run under this system.

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