DelhiDesk The Delhi government has approved an app-based premium bus aggregator scheme that will allow passengers to book a seat on a bus through a mobile phone app. Private operators will provide the service but must meet regulations set by the transport department, including providing high-quality, comfortable and efficient transport services. Buses will be air-conditioned and equipped with Wi-Fi, GPS and CCTV, with a panic button available. The scheme is aimed at encouraging people to give up private cars for commuting, reducing carbon footprints and offering a comfortable ride for the city’s well-heeled.
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👉 Commuting in Delhi may get easier with new app-based premium bus aggregator scheme
👉 Delhiites can book a seat on a bus through a mobile phone app
👉 Private operators will offer high quality, comfortable and efficient transport service
👉 Buses will be air-conditioned, equipped with Wi-Fi, GPS, CCTV, and panic button
👉 Standing passengers will not be allowed, only e-buses after January 1, 2021
👉 Each aggregator needs to operate and maintain at least 50 buses within 90 days of receiving the license
👉 The fare will be market driven and tickets must be sold on a mobile or web-based app with digital payments
👉 The scheme aims to reduce private car usage and provide comfortable, safe, and punctual public transport
👉 The Delhi Metro was the previous public transport revolution in the capital
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