CTU to have all-CNG fleet in three months

Moreover the CNG fleet, Chandigarh Transport Enterprise (CTU) can be operating round 50 electrical buses within the metropolis and is within the technique of procuring 50 extra

The UT administration has determined to transform all Chandigarh Transport Enterprise (CTU) buses from diesel to CNG within the subsequent three months.

This was determined in a gathering of the transport division, chaired by UT adviser Dharam Pal. He directed the transport division to transform all local-route buses to CNG inside three months. The transfer is in step with the administration’s coverage to maneuver from typical fuel-based automobiles to environment-friendly public transport choices.

CTU can be operating round 50 electrical buses within the metropolis and is within the technique of procuring 50 extra.

Baggage house added on airport shuttle buses

For the comfort of passengers, CTU has made provision for baggage house in its airport shuttle buses.

Roughly 400 passengers use the service, which was launched on March 22, each day. The bus service, which begins from the Sector-17 ISBT at 4.20 am every day, completes its final run for the day by leaving the Chandigarh Worldwide Airport at 12.55 am.

The bus stops at Sohana and the Sector-43 ISBT en route. Timings of all eight shuttle buses, which ply at a frequency of 20 to 40 minutes, are in sync with the arrival and departure timings of varied flights.

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