Thirty more buses have been acquired from China for Peshawar Bus Rapid Transit (BRT).
According to media reports, the BRT Spokesman in a statement on Monday informed that 30 new buses have left China to join the BRT fleet in Peshawar that would further enhance the commuting facility for its passengers.
The Spokesman further stated that these 30 new buses have a length of 18 meters and would run on express route, the most popular route among passengers with no frequent stops. He said the BRT administration is endeavoring to provide best possible commuting facilities to its people.
“The new fleet of 30 buses would accommodate around 3,750 more passengers on a daily basis. He said the number of buses in BRT service would mount to 158 after induction of the new vehicles,” he added.