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New routes for People’s Bus Service announced in Karachi

In a bid to address public transport issues in Karachi, new routes for the People’s Bus Service have been announced, as reported by ARY News on Wednesday. The decision was made during a meeting chaired by Sindh Transport Minister Sharjeel Inam Memon, aimed at discussing and resolving the transportation challenges faced by the city.

The meeting, which was attended by elected MPAs from Karachi, deputy mayor, and other officials, focused on expanding the existing routes of the People’s Bus Service to better serve the residents. It was decided to introduce new routes in Malir, Kemari, Lyari, and district West of Karachi.

Speaking on the occasion, Minister Sharjeel Memon highlighted the government’s commitment to enhancing public transport facilities for the people of Karachi. He emphasized the importance of expanding the network of public transport to provide convenient and accessible transportation options to the citizens.

During the meeting, the minister received a detailed briefing on various ongoing projects in the transport sector, including the construction of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) systems, traffic signals, reconstruction of bus terminals, and the development of infrastructure for the People’s Bus Service. Plans were also discussed for the construction of a U-turn to facilitate smoother operations of the bus service.

Furthermore, to alleviate traffic congestion in central areas of Hyderabad, it was decided to construct a parking plaza. The minister was briefed on the progress of construction work on eight bus terminals, with assurances that they would be operational by June.

The initiatives undertaken by the Sindh government reflect its efforts to improve the public transportation system and address the commuting needs of the residents of Karachi and Hyderabad.

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