KSRTC to operate 800 buses from Bengaluru ahead of lockdown


Team Udayavani, Jul 13, 2020, 3:29 PM IST

Bengaluru: The Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has decided to operate 800 buses on Monday and Tuesday from Bengaluru to other places, in order to facilitate people ahead of the seven-day lockdown.

KSRTC issued a priority notice stating, there are already 249 buses operating from Bengaluru as of 10 am this morning and 6,641 passengers have already traveled.

“Today, (Monday, July 13) 231 buses have been booked in advance. Thermal screening is being conducted for the passengers while they are allowed to travel by adhering to social distancing norms,” the notice read.

“Passengers need not worry about the buses, there are many buses that are already planned for operation,” KSRTC added.

Chijef Minister BS Yediyurappa new phase of lockdown from July 14 to July 22 to tackle the rising coronavirus cases in the state.

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