Double-decker buses to be run in twin cities from end February

Initially, students will be provided tour facilities with special discounted packages

APP February 16, 2017

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (PTDC) in collaboration with private sector transport companies will run double decker tourist buses in twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi from the end of this month.

Hop on board new double-decker bus, take a tour around Old City

This was stated by PTDC Managing Director Abdul Ghafoor. "Initially, students of schools, colleges and universities will be provided tour facilities with special discounted packages," he said.

He said that it was decided that in the first phase, buses will take tourists to Faisal Mosque, Zoo, Rawal Lake, F-9 Park, Lok Virsa, Children Park as well as Ayub Park in Rawalpindi and Taxila Museum on weekends.

Nation’s first double-decker bus service to come to Lahore

PTDC has approached private sector for provision of locally manufactured double decker buses on joint venture.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 16th, 2017.


Jalbani Baloch | 7 years ago | Reply All these types of facilities should have started from Karachi, which is a mega city and has a greater share of contribution in the national economy, but unfortunately, this city continues to be neglected for being Sindh's city, which has suffered a lot due to the internal bickering between MQM and PPP Government. Karachi is a cosmopolitan city and houses millions of people from other provinces, amongst which, Punabis and Pushtoons are on the top of list. The Government of Sindh can hardly meet the growing needs of this mega city and since it is a mini Pakistan, the federal government should inject a separate budgetary support for the development of Karachi. Though, without having feelings of jealousy, I request that these types of projects should also be lunched in Karachi.
Nomi | 7 years ago | Reply finally some good news
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