The Balochistan government plans to launch a green bus service in Quetta within three months. The initiative aims to improve the travel facilities for citizens of the provincial capital. Chief Minister Mir Abdul Qudous Bizenjo has directed the Chief Secretary to ensure the timely launch of the service.
During the previous government, a plan was prepared to purchase 100 buses to provide better travel services in Quetta. Still, only 8 buses were purchased by the transport department to run in the first phase to Baleli and Sariab.
According to official sources, the Balochistan government has announced that it will launch a green bus service in Quetta within the next three months. Chief Minister Mir Abdul Qudous Bizenjo has directed the Chief Secretary to ensure the commencement of the green bus service in Quetta to provide better travel facilities to the citizens.
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In the past, the Balochistan government had prepared a plan to purchase 100 buses during Jam Kamal Khan’s tenure as Chief Minister. Still, only 8 buses were purchased initially to run from Baleli to Sariab.
The present provincial government claims that the previous government needed to prepare an adequate feasibility report and had failed to create proper standard operating procedures. The Saryab Road construction is set to be completed by May, and green buses will be run from Bileli to Saryab.