After a six-month rest due to COVID-19, transport administrations continued on 25 out of 50 significant courses in Hyderabad.
As indicated by P Venkat Reddy, director of the Barkatpura Bus Depot, transports will work at 25 percent limit and covers will be required for all travelers.
“We have informed the Road Transportation Corporation (RTC) staff that we are starting the city bus service from today with 25 per cent capacity. Masks and self-sanitising have been made mandatory for everyone. We request the people to follow social distancing norms so that everyone stays safe,” Reddy told ANI.
He included that the expense of a transport ticket was equivalent to it was before the lockdown.
“Hand sanitisers have been put inside the bus for passengers and the whole bus has also been sanitised. The conductor and I will ensure that protocol is followed,” Mohammed Saleem, a transport driver said.
“It is good that the city bus service has resumed in Hyderabad. We have faced a lot of problems in the last six months and I am excited to be able to move around the city now. Authorities have informed us about precautions that have to be taken,” said Madhu, a traveler on the transport.
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