Islamabad: The twin towns of Rawalpindi and Islamabad will shortly introduce two new bus routes, Purple Line and Silver Line, with additional perks for students and older citizens. The CDA Chairman's office has provided information indicating that the Silver Line would run on Tramri Road and the Purple Line bus service will start on IJP Road. To aid passengers, the Blue Line bus service would also be extended to Rawat. Students will only be required to pay 50% of the cost, while those over 60 and children under 10 are given free trips on both bus lines.
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The information revealed that Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister, had issued directions in November of last year to offer current bus service to places where Metro Bus Service did not run. The civic organization then created a strategy that was duly approved by the prime minister's office. To prepare for the introduction of these bus services in the coming months, the paperwork is already finished, and details will be worked out over the coming weeks.
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According to the original proposal, 300 brand-new buses would be purchased for these brand-new bus services. The municipal organization may perhaps get in touch with China once more to buy new buses. According to the original proposal, 300 new buses will be acquired for the new routes from China. An official stated that the introduction of two additional bus routes is a part of the efforts being made to offer the public a contemporary transportation system at very affordable charges. These services will reach the regions Metro Bus does not currently reach.