Bus Terminal Will Be Built on Foreign Lines in This District of Haryana, Will Be Equipped With Modern Facilities

 
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Bus Terminal Will Be Built on Foreign Lines in This District of Haryana, Will Be Equipped With Modern Facilities

Faridabad News: The condition of NIT Bus Stand of Faridabad has become very bad. This bus stand was constructed in 1987, which was inaugurated on December 2 by Rahul Lakshmi Narayan, Transport Minister of Devi Lal Government. Considering the poor condition of this bus stand, the Haryana government has taken this decision. That a new modern bus stand should be built here on the lines of foreign ones, in which all types of modern facilities will be provided. There are estimates. That the construction of this terminal will cost approximately Rs 125 crore.

India's first modern bus terminal

Along with roaming under one roof, the facility of shopping mall will also be provided to the people at NIT Bus Stand in Faridabad. The work of this modern bus terminal is in full swing. According to the information received, 25 new buses will be parked for passengers in an area of 1384 square meters on the ground floor of this terminal. There will be a bus terminal in half of the ground floor and first floor and a mall will be built in the other part. From this bus stand, bus facilities will be provided to the passengers on long routes, which will be operated in the Ballabhgarh bus stand premises.

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Statement of Transport Minister Moolchand Sharma

Transport Minister Moolchand Sharma said in his statement that the company that constructed this bus terminal will maintain it for the coming 15 years. Two basements will also be built at the bus stand, which will be used for parking. All modern services will be provided to the passengers inside the bus stand like abroad.

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Publish Date: February 15, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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