Following the popularity of the BRT project in Peshawar, the government made another excellent decision.
PESHAWAR: Following the growing popularity of the BRT project in Peshawar, the government has decided to increase the number of buses, to 128 buses running on the route.
The heavily criticized Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) project crosses the line of popular interest since the beginning of the BRT. Passenger chase began to increase day by day. He called on the government to speed up more buses.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) megaproject BRT in Peshawar, completed at a cost of Rs 69 billion, was opened to the public on August 13, after which there was an immediate influx of people. At the BRT bus station, where long lines are visible, there was no bus stop. In just two weeks, people want the government to increase the number of buses.
On the other hand, Information Adviser Kamran Bangash said initially, only 70 buses were stranded on the BRT route while the next day, an additional 20 buses, but due to public hardship, an additional 20 buses were added. The BRT carries more than 100,000 passengers daily, and 220 buses will be operated in stages.