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‘Mo Bus’ Services To Resume In Odisha Capital

Bhubaneswar:31/7/21: The Capital Region Urban Transport (CRUT) today announced ‘Mo Bus’ service will resume on all the routes across the Capital region from August 2, 2021.

“In total 194 buses will operate on 25 routes from 7AM-7PM on the weekdays (Monday-Friday),” informed Dipti Mahapatro, General Manager of CRUT.

However, regular ‘Mo Bus’ service will continue to remain suspended on the weekends. As earlier, bus service for incoming passengers will continue from the Bhubaneswar Railway Station to Cuttack and Khordha and shuttle service will be available from the Biju Patnaik International Airport to the Bhubaneswar Railway Station during the weekends.

No standing passenger will be allowed to travel in the buses. Wearing of mask is compulsory for all the passengers. Mahapatro further added. “No mask, no entry. We appeal all the commuters to continue taking precautions while they commute in ‘Mo Bus’.”

It may be noted that all the crew members have been inoculated with two doses of vaccine. Also, cleaning and disinfection of ‘Mo Buses’ are being done on daily basis as per standard procedure in the interest of passengers and staff deployed in the buses.

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