Goa’s Kadamba Transport Corporation is in the final stages of requisitioning private buses to run on two routes - Ponda to Panaji and Margao to Canacona. This move, the state public transport undertaking thinks, will help instill operational discipline and weed out competition. Operating 11 e-buses currently, the organisation is in the process of ramping up the fleet to 30. It is also working on building the supporting infrastructure parallelly. More e-buses are being rolled out in Patna after positive response from the commuters. Mentioned an industry source that airconditioned e-buses will ply on route number 222 between Gandhi Maidan and AIIMS-Patna, on route number 555 to Patna City, and on route number 888 to IIT-Patna. He said that the e-buses plying from Gandhi Maidan to Patna airport and Danapur since the beginning of March 2021 have received very good response. Close to 20,000 people have commuted daily since its inception, he added.
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