The Government of Balochistan is now ready to introduce a new bus service called the Green Bus Service in Quetta. This service aims to provide better transportation options for the people of Quetta. Starting from July 17th, the buses will operate on two routes which are Serena Chowk Quetta to Belili and a route to Sariab Customs. This means better and more peaceful transportation for the citizens now, without hassle and stress.

Image Source: Voice of Quetta

The Chief Minister, Mir Quddus Bizenjo, and Chief Secretary, Abdul Aziz Uqaili, have expressed their support for the project, emphasizing the importance of improving transportation for the citizens of Quetta. Dr. Faisal Ahmed Khan, Chief of the Balochistan Public-Private Partnership Project, has played a key role in implementing this initiative.

The government has carefully considered the opinions of all relevant stakeholders before launching the green bus project. Initially, eight buses will be purchased, with four operating on each of the two routes during the pilot phase. It’s worth noting that the project was approved by the government led by Jam Kamal Khan. Despite facing bureaucratic obstacles and a lack of political commitment, the government is determined to launch this much-needed transportation service.

Other Provinces 

Other provinces in Pakistan, including Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, and Multan, have already introduced similar bus services like the metro bus. Quetta, with a population of three million, currently has only seven bus routes and has relied on an outdated public transport system for the past three decades. This project aims to address these transportation challenges and improve commuting options for the people of Quetta.

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