The Sindh government has recently inaugurated a new route under the Peoples Bus Service (PBS) in Hyderabad. The route extends from Hala Naka, Detha Station to Tando Jam Kesana Mori, was unveiled by Sharjeel Inam Memon, the Information, Transport, and Mass Transit Minister.
Memon, during the launch, emphasized that the Pakistan Peoples Party is committed to enhancing public transportation, which is one of their top priorities. He expressed confidence that the new bus route would significantly improve mobility for the residents of Hyderabad and visitors alike.
The provincial government, according to Memon, is actively working on expanding these services further to cater to the needs of its citizens. He highlighted that the expansion of the PBS network would not only facilitate travel but also stimulate the local economy.
In addition to the new route, the Sindh transport department has also resumed the electric bus service in Karachi. Operating under the PBS banner, this service boasts a fleet of 13 electric buses.
Looking ahead, Memon revealed that the government has plans to extend the electric bus service to other regions within Sindh. However, he clarified that the feasibility of such an expansion would be contingent on the demand in those regions. This move signifies the government’s commitment to sustainable transportation solutions and its efforts to meet the evolving needs of its citizens.