New Delhi: Delhiites will soon be able to travel via metro trains, DTC and cluster buses using a single ‘Common Mobility Card’, as the government decides to launch the project on modes of public transport.
The Delhi government is on the verge of finalising the modalities of the project which is slated to be launched in a phased manner in the national capital.
By the end of June, fares will be charged in all DTC cluster buses through e-ticketing machines (ETM) following which government will move towards the launch of ‘Common Mobility Card’.
Common mobility card had been proposed during the Commonwealth Games but the project did not take off due to financial reasons. The AAP government has chalked out plans that include buying 3,000 new buses till December this year, installation of CCTV cameras and wi-fi services in buses.
CCTV cameras have been installed in over 200 DTC buses so far.
First Published | 1 May 2016 12:50 PM
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