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Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Interstate bus services start from today in festive season

New Delhi: In
 view of the festival season in the country, interstate bus services have started from today. The Delhi government has announced on Monday that interstate bus services are starting from 3 November ie today. The three interstate bus terminals here will be allowed to operate at half the capacity before the Corona epidemic.

Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot said that the protocol of Kovid 19 would have to be followed to start interstate buses. Transport Minister Kailash Gahlot tweeted that ISBT bus services are starting in Delhi from 3rd no. We ensure that all precautionary, standard operating procedures are followed.

Buses will be arranged through sanitation at ISBT and their sources, thermal screening of passengers and crew members, making it mandatory for passengers to wear masks and setting up camp camps in case of illness. With the arrival of 3500 buses on the roads, it will be easier for commuters to reach different cities of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and other nearby states every day.

However, when bus services begin in the Corona era, passengers as well as personnel must strictly follow all precautions. Daily 1519 buses will serve passengers from different cities of Uttar Pradesh from Delhi.

757 of Haryana Roadways, 313 for Uttarakhand, Punjab 139, 128 from Himachal Pradesh, 75 of Pepsu, 254 of Rajasthan, 18 of CTU, Jammu Kashmir-11, Garh-Hapur-40 whereas 213 buses of Delhi (Private) for passengers. Ready to facilitate.

Preparations to start services at all three bus stands are also almost complete. Delhi Transport Infrastructure Development Corporation said in an order that buses will operate from Kale Khan Sarai, Kashmiri Gate and Anand Bihar from November 3.

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