ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Thursday inaugurated the Green Line and Blue Line Bus Service in Islamabad, a project of the Capital Development Authority (CDA).
The 15.5 kilometers long route Green Line Bus Service will run between Bhara Kahu area to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) Hospital Islamabad, having eight stations.
Whereas the 20 kilometers long route Blue Line Bus Service will run between Koral Chowk to PIMS Hospital Islamabad, having 13 stations.
وزیر اعظم شہباز شریف کا اسلام آباد میں میٹروبس سروس کی گرین لائن اور بلیو لائن کا افتتاح۔
گرین لائن میٹرو بس سروس:
-روٹ: بھارہ کہو تا پمز ہسپتال
-مسافر سٹیشنز: 08
بلیو لائن میٹرو بس سروس:
-روٹ: کورال تا پمز ہسپتال
-مسافر سٹیشنز: 13 مسافر سٹیشنز pic.twitter.com/sKr97XFK3e
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In his address at the inaugural ceremony, the prime minister said that the provision of a regular, clean and punctual bus service is a major step of the incumbent government.
The prime minister said that launching Green Line and Blue Line Bus Service particularly in prevailing economic situation of the Country is appreciable and important step of the government.
Shahbaz Sharif directed the concerned authorities to complete all the related facilities of the project including the passengers’ stations on these routes at the earliest.
On this occasion, he announced one-month free of cost communication of the commuters in these two Bus Services.
The prime minister also laid foundation stone of the building of Metro Bus Operation Command and Control Centre.